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 good. The p... more
Don't judge me, judge these!!!
Lucky Strike Filter
Member Name: fabclaire
Lucky Strike Filter
Advantages: A nice tasting smoke
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 good. The packet tells you that the tobacco is toasted to give it a better flavour and whilst the cigarettes are quite strong in theory they don't have that harshness that some others do. These days they have also got quite creative with their packaging and often their packs will open in an unusual way which is quite cool (although again, this is not a reason to start smoking kids!) especially when a mate asks to nab a fag and then spends an age trying to work out how to open the packet!
For those that are interested they contain 10mg Tar and 0.8mg nicotine which is pretty standard these days for a full strength cigarette although I'm sure years back they used to be stronger?!
All in all I would say that these are a cigarette either for the rich or for those occasions when you just feel like splashing out unless you can get them on the cheap from abroad that is!!!
Summary: If you smoke try these, if you don't then don't start!