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I admit to rolling my own cigarettes. I'm not condoning smoking but I smoke and its my own personal choice to of course. I smoke roll ups due to them being a somewhat cheaper option though of late I have had a cold and although the desire hasn't left to smoke it hasn't helped my breathing at all!
This is why when I spotted these filter tips being menthol and in Asda costing 80p for a 120 filters I though that they may help me!
White flip-open to the top box and on the front there is a photograph of a Swan on there and I am told that they are Swan Filter Tips 'Menthol', Filter Tips and that there are a 120 pre-cut filters. Other information on the box tells me a bit about the product and contact details for Swan are given.
A Bit Bout The Product According To The Information Given On The Box:
Swan filter tips are pre-cut and wrapped to form sticks, ensuring your filters are always clean and to hand.
The Filter Tips:
What you get are 120 filter tips in total and they come in plastic see-through tubes. They are white, smell slightly minty and are slim and cylinder in shape. They are pre cut well so you simply pop one out as you need them and as Swan say that keeps them clean and hygienic.
All you do is make your own cigarette up with rolling tobacco and a paper and insert one of these to one end of it and light your fag up and smoke through it. They are easy to use providing you don't use too much tobacco and stay secure providing you tightly enough wrap your roll up.
These do taste of minty menthol. Personally I'm not really into the taste of these though it does open your chest up to be fair to them and make me breath through my nose and mouth easier. They leave no nasty after-taste or flavour in the mouth and it is weird smoking and being able to breath more easily!
I recommend these high quality filter tips to anyone who likes making their own slim cigarettes as they are high in quality and really do open up the airways your trying to congest with smoke!
Available in all good supermarkets etc.