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10 Unbiased Reviews for American Spirit Cigarettes
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Date
Strength
Taste
Price
Overall
American Spirit Organic
Jan 26, 2015
Very Strong
Very Pleasant
Fair

 

Comments:

the blue pack is not the organics, the blue pack are straight regulars the red pack are organic regulars, my friend you have been smoking the wrong pack for years they never changed the red pack.

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American Spirit Perique
Jan 3, 2015
Strong
Pleasant
High

 

Comments:

I agree with reviews speculating that the black pack (perique blend) has changed. In fact, I sense that the whole NAS color-coded line up has changed. Too many white filters and new packages, I feel like I'm playing a shell game trying to buy a good pack of real NAS smokes. I'd pay even more for the Periques if I could have the ones NAS was selling two years ago. They all taste like other commercial RJR cigs now, indistinuishable from MExican cigs, definitely not the great American cigs I've smoked for many years. They taste like stems, sweetweed, cigar wrapper, who knows what else. I'd dump them all for good turkish tobacco again. Or good american tobacco. But like good flavorful american tomatos, good cigs seem to be gone while the makers rake in the high prices for filler. They must want me to quit!

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Date
Strength
Taste
Price
Overall
American Spirit Perique
Jan 3, 2015
Strong
Pleasant
High

 

Comments:

Agree withg

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American Spirit Perique
Dec 28, 2014
Medium
Very Pleasant
Fair

 

Comments:

Perique is a type of tobacco from Saint James Parish, Louisiana, known for its strong, powerful, and fruity aroma. When the Acadians made their way into this region in 1776, the Choctaw and Chickasaw tribes were cultivating a variety of tobacco with a distinctive flavor. A farmer named Pierre Chenet is credited with first turning this local tobacco into what is now known as Perique in 1824 through the technique of pressure-fermentation.This tobacco has been My choice in a cigarette since the early 1980's when I was in the military. American Spirit Perique Gray.The only cigarette I will put to My lips.

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Date
Strength
Taste
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American Spirit Lights
Dec 22, 2014
Strong
Pleasant
High

 

Comments:

AS lights were my first introduction to the brand. It took a couple packs to adjust, but, the lack of chemical overload is something I have come to treasure, and definitely respect. The lights have a sharp taste, stronger than most branded lights, but it's the perfect to pull deeply from in the morning. AS cigs are definitely the QTPs that I try to get my hands on, and they ruin the need to bum a cigarette. I rarely pass them around either. It's a grown and loved taste. I've moved to the Blacks and the Oranges as they have a much nicer pull, with varying after tastes. But if I'm looking for a cigarette, it's AS or none.

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Date
Strength
Taste
Price
Overall
American Spirit Bold
Dec 14, 2014
Medium
Pleasant
Very High

 

Comments:

Pricey

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American Spirit Full Flavor
Dec 4, 2014
Very Strong
Tolerable
High

 

Comments:

American Spirit smokers may or may not appreciate this cigarette. These non-filters are a whole different ball game when it comes to intensity and flavor. The good thing about Spirits are the burn times which are incredibly long. Because it is a king size non-filter and spirits are packed so tightly with natural tobacco, the draw is somewhat weak. The good thing about a weak draw is the intensity of the cigarette itself-- extremely powerful. One of the strongest cigarettes you can smoke on the US market according to FDA numbers (pushing 30mg of tar and 3mg of nicotine PER cigarette). The flavor itself is extremely robust and powerful. It is not like a Lucky Strike, Pall Mall, or Camel non-filter. If you want a very strong cigarette and like non-filters, this may be the way to go.

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Date
Strength
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American Spirit Perique
Nov 29, 2014
Strong
Tolerable
High

 

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The American Spirit Blacks recently came with a card declaring that the packaging would change, but not the product. My first couple of attempts of the black/perique with the silver lettering have been disappointing. A switch from a gold to silver blend seems to have lost the familiar spice that this product once had.

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Date
Strength
Taste
Price
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American Spirit Lights
Nov 12, 2014
Medium
Pleasant
High

 

Comments:

I just switched to American Spirit and I don't think I'll go back to camel lights. With the camels, I was always dizzy and couldn't stand smelling like cigs after I had one even after washing my hands twice I could still smell it on my hand if I didn't wear a glove. This week I tried the yellow American spirit. It's like an ultra light and I found that I had to suck harder to get a hit. There was no cig buzz and no dizziness from having the first smoke of the day. And my favorite thing is that I do not smell after having a smoke! Today I switched to the light blue pack and now I think I'm hooked! After having a smoke and not yet washing my hands, I find that my hand smells a tiny bit like I smoked but wore gloves if that makes sense. And if I can't wash my hands right away the smell is about gone in 20 min! No harsh chemicals just more tobacco. I'm glad I read that I don't have to pack my cigs with American spirit, I won't pack them next time. Everyone should give American spirit a try! And of course, try to quit smoking when the time is right. Oh! Also less coughing with American spirit:) I still have half a pack left of camels in a drawer at work but I have a feeling I'll just not even use them up because I'm so done with them now!

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Date
Strength
Taste
Price
Overall
American Spirit Perique
Oct 30, 2014
Strong
Very Pleasant
Fair

 

Comments:

A small local store about 1/2 mile from my home got some trials of the "blacks" several years ago.I had smoked one of the "blues" a friend gave me to try, but I've been a regular smoker since the age of about 11, it was pretty good but did not taste strong enough or have that certain aroma. When the little store got the trials I got a pack of the "blacks" ,the people that ran the store said nobody else had tried any, boy I'm glad I did. I smoke around a pack and a half a day and I love 'em. As far as the price goes their only about 60 cents higher than marlboro or winston. So without question if your going to smoke these are the ones.

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