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Old 02-27-2011, 01:24 AM
Location: Pittsburgh, USA
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Originally Posted by Gettingouttahere View Post
Thanks for this suggestion; I may have to try them. I smoke Camel Menthol - smoked Turkish Jade until they discontinued it - d'you think there's anything comparable in this cigar category?
My Red Buck pack says 20 Filtered Cigars. They are cigarette sized and the only difference is they come in brown colored paper. I imagine Camel menthol is strong? These Red Bucks were a lot stronger than what I was used to and also without the crappy generic taste. I got used to them quickly.

Captain Black cigars are the same as flavored cigarettes and again with brown paper. They have flavors like peach, cherry, rum, sweets, etc., and the smoke tastes and smells like the flavor. They are somewhat mild , but again, you can get used to them and there's not the generic taste that we all hate.

All smokes were cheap to buy online because Indian Reservations were exempt from the taxes so the govt. passed a law that it was illegal to do cigarette tobacco transactions online, or use a credit card to buy them or something. I think the Native Americans saw this coming because they made it easy to buy via e-checks and that also became illegal. It put them all out of business.

Online you can still order your favorite brand from overseas like from Switzerland for around $15 a carton delivered. Don't do it. It's generic tobacco not suitable for the brands as sold in the U.S. and tastes awful. Make sure the packs say Made in USA.

I'm afraid that wrapping cigarette tobacco in brown paper and calling it a cigar won't last much longer.
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Old 04-22-2011, 05:36 PM
Location: Pittsburgh, USA
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I found Red Buck online at $14.50 a carton and have been doing that the past few months. They have regular and menthol and many other flavors. For e-cig cheap starter kit go to smoke 51 dot com but beforehand search for their coupon codes and get 50% off so around $12 delivered.
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