Lucky Strike Filter Reviews
Product Type: Lucky Strike in Tobacco
Newest Review: ... for 20 I tend to smoke cheaper brands on a daily basis. The reason I like Lucky Strikes are that I think they taste really ... more
Customer Lucky Strike Filter Reviews (8)
by - written on 19/07/09 (Very useful, 825 readings)
Ah... Lucky Strike, affectionately known as "luckies". These little sticks of joy come in several formats, but only two seem particularly prominent in the UK: Lucky Strike Red (Tar 10mg, Nicotine 0.8mg) - These are the original full strength filters and my preferred kind of luckies. Lucky Strike Silver (Tar 7mg, Nicotine 0.6mg) - Lights, for those of you who live by the motto "less (carcinogens) is more". These cigarettes became my brand of choice ever since I was first drawn towards buying a pack based on nothing more than their... er... strike-ing (sorry, that was awful) design. I've tried various different brands now and ... Read the complete review
by - written on 01/09/08 (Very useful, 928 readings)
For the many years I was a student, sneakily puffing away on an illicit cigarette, my many cohorts and I dreamed of the Luckies. These were an extravagance only the richest and the people who lived in London could afford. Since moving to London Lucky's have been my brand of choice when I'm feeling flush. They're toasted doncha know? The Packaging The Lucky Strike packaging never ceases to amaze me. Not only is it iconic in it's red, white and black but they were content with being just a simple 20-pack box. Their boxes are double compartments, with an ingenious trick where you open one side for on information, close, shake (You HAVE to ... Read the complete review
by - written on 14/05/10 (Very useful, 1082 readings)
Ok, so I better start by saying that by writing this I am in no way encouraging people to smoke but for those that already do I will let you know what I think of these cigarettes. First off I will start by saying that I have been smoking now for almost 15 years and whilst I probably should quit I find it really, really difficult so have no real plans to stop anytime soon. During my student days these were my smoke of choice and I still buy them on occasion if I fancy a treat but to be honest due to the cost which is around £6.50 for 20 I tend to smoke cheaper brands on a daily basis. The reason I like Lucky Strikes are that I think they taste really ... Read the complete review
by - written on 27/04/02, updated on 27/04/02 (Very useful, 1311 readings)
I occasionally smoke these when I feel like a change or when i'm feeling flashy. The box is almost guaranteed to intrigue any regular smoker, with lots of text to read and contemplate when you?re waiting for the bus or your lift. Also they have a nice simple but colourful and striking logo. You almost feel like you're a show off when you plonk a 20 deck of these down infront of your work colleagues or drinking pals. This isn't always a bad thing thought i suppose. A nice little crowd pleaser assuming you are with other smokers. I agree with the other opinions on this brand. The taste to me is strong but not too heavy and the smoke ... Read the complete review
by - written on 25/04/01, updated on 25/04/01 (Very useful, 1720 readings)
I started smoking four years ago, and I decided to try as many brands as possible in order to decide which one I was going to get permanently. I tried a lot of brands and I came down to three or four brands that I really found to agree with my tastebuds. Lucky Strike filter cigarettes are a true american legend since they have been around since the previous century and it was Lucky Strikes (instead of Marlboro) that escorted the american soldiers during the two world wars. They started with non filter cigarettes (which are still on sale, and are the best non filter cigarettes you can get) and now they have launched their "lights" series. ... Read the complete review
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