Cutters Choice Reviews
Description:Cutters Choice tobacco by John Sinclair.
Newest Review: ... was the first rolling tobacco I used, and I have heard that it is the first choice for many who wish to start rolling their ... more
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Customer Cutters Choice Reviews (13)
by - written on 20/08/11 (Very useful, 467 readings)
Before I cut to the chase with this review I am not at all condoning starting to smoke to use this product or trying to promote smoking in the slightest. We all know by now that smoking really isn't a good idea for us doing it and the people around us, that it makes us stink and our teeth turn yellow...and thats for starters. However for those of us who do smoke, do occasionally enjoy a cigarette (for our sins) this review is here. I have smoked for years, considerably cut down of late mind you and have stopped buying 'real' cigarettes apart from when I go out just because they are better than trying to roll your own, especially if your a woman in a ... Read the complete review
by - written on 21/04/10 (Very useful, 1130 readings)
I have jumped ship on too many cigarette brands to count. I have flirted between rolling tobacco and straights for quite a while, and it was only recently that I managed to decide that rollies were the best option for me. In no way am I trying to promote smoking, but I am assuming that if you are reading this you are either a smoker who can't decide what tobacco to go for, or you are just interested in the differing brands. Cutters choice appeals for several reasons. First of all price. Amber leaf is probably the cheapest tobacco on the market in the U.K (I had a brief spell smoking that), but cutters choice isn't too far behind. I can pick up a 12.5g pack ... Read the complete review
by - written on 27/11/09, updated on 27/11/09 (Very useful, 1326 readings)
Cutters Choice is a hand rolling tobacco from John Sinclair Ltd that has been manufacturing tobacco since 1856, when the company was founded. Cutters Choice is described on the packing as made from superb quality gold and bronze Virginias and have been selected for their smoothness and flavourful smoking. Cutters Choice comes in a small, sealed laminate pouch that looks similar to the Amber Leaf pouch. However, Cutters Choice is slightly more expensive and does not come with rolling papers included, as Amber Leaf Does. Amber Leaf being the cheapest and conveniently providing smokers with papers has now become the most popular rolling tobacco, even more ... Read the complete review
by - written on 25/04/10 (Very useful, 1401 readings)
I've always associated roll-ups with tramps and never though I'd see the day where I'd have to smoke them. I have always smoked ready made cigarettes which my mum always bought for me, but being 18 now I'm fending for myself and roll-ups are not so laughable. I was spending around £40 a week on my beloved Marlboro lights, although I could afford it I would go without luxuries and it was getting to the point where I was getting fed up. I would love to quit but it's extremely difficult and I've tried numerous times this year but I always end up tearing my hair out in the end. Enough was enough, I decided to purchase tobacco which I could roll myself. I chose ... Read the complete review
by - written on 12/06/09 (Very useful, 1221 readings)
Now, before you read this review, I have to tell you that I am no expert on smoking rolling tobacco, I have only recently switched from "proper" fags to rolling tobacco due to being skint all the time! But in my transition, I have tried a few different brands and I have my own opinion on each of them. Here is what I thought about Cutters Choice:- Cutters Choice comes in a nice plastic coated pouch, which I assume is water-proof, and it also keeps the tobacco fresher than the paper alternative. Inside the packet is a light coloured tobacco, which has very little amounts of miscellaneous debris (which is present in a lot of the alternative brands ... Read the complete review
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