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What did you smoke?



  • I used to smoke 2 packs of camel shorts a day. switched to snus and snuff. I absolutely must have a cigarette when i wake up in the morning but thats it for the day and i feel ok about that. an early morning cig and a cup of terrible coffee is a great way to meet the day. like a punch in the face!
  • Camel lights and Roy Amsterdam shag
  • Oh boy..

    I smoke pretty much all of it..
    But my mainstays, aside from primarily rolling my own would have to be..

    Camel's.. Regulars and Turkish Silvers.
    I also really miss the Turkish Jades.
    and some Marlboro Reds.

    For pipe tobaccos I like some Irish Creme, Buttered Rum and Chocolate flavors.
    Ooh, and I forget the brand, but there was a blend called ambrosia I used to always get, tasted of figs,
    grapes, and some other really nice notes that I really didn't expect to enjoy anywhere near as much as I did. The shop I used to get it from closed a while back though.. As have a lot of my favorite shops of the kind since. I'd nearly have to take a vacation to find a tobacconist at this point. Plenty of smoke shops around.. Just not the right kind. Haha.
    "Use, do not abuse; neither abstinence nor excess ever renders man happy."
  • Gawith loose pipe tobacco usually cherry in roll ups. Gave up thankfully before it killed me which it nearly did, I should have stuck it in my pipes and not inhaled. I miss my pipes but I can't risk getting hooked on smoking again. 
  • For me that would be, Golden Virginia Amber Leaf rolling tobacco mainly, went through periods of Old Holborn, Port Royal, American Spirit and Lucky Strike rolling tobacco. Also a bunch of straight Virginia Rolling tobacco. As for taylors it would have either been Camels filterless or red, or Marlboro reds.
  • newbiesnuffernewbiesnuffer Member
    edited September 2017 PM
    When I was a cigarette smoker, I smoked Davidoff hard, or Rothmans - after having tried 555, Marlboro reds during my adolescent years. I don't smoke cigarettes these days but do light up a pipe (only weekends) with either Erinmore or Peterson's pipe tobacco in it. I have some cigars and am still not keen to use them casually (Cubans are bloody expensive in India and I am waiting for a right day to light them up).
  • Marlboro Reds when I used to smoke, which was 2 weeks back!  ;))

    And if I were lucky enough a friend would get me Camel Blue from whichever duty free shop he visited while traveling.

    @newbiesnufffer lucky you to find original Davidoffs & Rothmans!
  • ar47ar47 Member
    edited September 2018 PM
    American Spirit RYOs. But my real vice was the grizz' & cope chew. Red Man Gold too. But I quit all that (except a little old fashioned chew a couple times a year) 8 years ago for Ecigs - and quit those promptly (with one relapse) as soon as I discovered snuff.

    I used to enjoy few things more than a (half/dozen) $1 Miller Lite in a dive bar bar with cheeks full of dip/chew on both sides. Now with kids I can't imagine having time alone at a bar and feeling responsible with the health risks of dip (lots of mouth cancer in the family from it). Snuff isn't just my habit it's my hobby, one of my passions, and I do genuinely feel I'm being more responsible for my children
  • when i smoked it was Craven A
  • RogueRogue Member, Administrator
    edited June 2019 PM
    Too much. thats what I smoke; too much. the brand, however, is a norwegian one, which directly translated means red 3

  • SammyD13SammyD13 Unconfirmed
    Also American Spirit RYO (filter type). That was the tail end of my smoking days.
  • Pueblo yellow one.
  • eblipeblip Member
    edited June 2019 PM
    I smoked benson and hedges, then john player specials, then benson and hedges then went on to marlborough lights, then onto rolling tobacco golden virginia, then back to marlborough lights ..then quit.
  • volungevolunge Member
    edited June 2019 PM
    Too much of everything, including unfiltered fags and smuggled low grade Belarus and Russian ciggies. I was rotating cigarette and RYO brands just like snuff. I enjoyed locally unavailable ones - Cutters Choice, Old Holborn, Drum and NAS, brought from abroad on occasion. Was really digging smuggled Golden Virginia for a few years while seller's stock lasted, which I found superior to that sold in the UK, Spain and Czech Republic (big chances mine was fake). There was a year when I smoked lots of various menthols and some years when I frequented shisha; then some gross homegrown baccy seasons.

    Back then every cigarette brand was so different and unique taste-wise. Now all are pretty much the same crap here. I noticed major quality downfall 10 years ago and every succeeding year it got only worse and worse. My last few years of smoking was absolute torture. I loathe any kind of smoke in the air now, even that of my favourite incense and bonfire.
  • edited June 2019 PM
    Marlboro red then light. Some camels the blue sky one maybe the light ones.Lucky strikes for a long time. Then in england richmond blue. And then benson and hedges silver for a long time. My hands are shaking when thinking about the english richmond blue packet usually i had these ones when i was craving for a cig. The most addictives ones were for me marlboro light. I thougth there was something different in them that i couldn t have in others.
  • Players RYO, plus Export A Greens for convenience. I can't say I've totally quit them, but cigarettes are now more of a treat than a necessity. And when I just need something to knock me on my butt, it's hard to beat the Export As (we call 'em "green death").
  • n9inchnailsn9inchnails Moderator
    edited July 2019 PM
    ^ Export A Plain cigs were the best (even better than Camel Plain imo)but they stopped making them years ago, the green isn't nearly as good.
  • Reading the posts brings back fond memories of smoking. I started out stealing my mom's Pall Mall red unfiltered back in the late 1960s. When I was shipped overseas to Scotland for school, I started smoking Golden Virginia. I was hooked on ryo and soon discovered Old Holborn, Samson, and Drum. Over the years I smoked, I never had one particular brand. My Canadian relatives turned me on to call Mc Donald's Export A. I loved those! I miss smoking for sure, but I can breathe a lot better!
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