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Old 07-10-2012, 09:25 PM
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Are there any other additive-free cigarette brands, besides American Spirit? I like them, and I buy them when they're on sale, but, they're still a bit pricey. I do get coupons from them, but, they only send them once a year, which doesn't really help.

So, if there are any other cheaper, yet, equally good additive-free cigarette brands out there, please let me know.
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Winstons, Nat Shermans, and Dunhills. Winstons being the cheapest of the three.

EDIT: I'm gonna be honest, I've never had any of the brands I mentioned but I have had American Spirits. Nat Shermans and Dunhills are more "luxury" cigarettes and are much harder to find, and much more expensive. I see Winstons almost everywhere I go. They're manufactured by RJ Reynolds, and I'm a die-hard Camel smoker, so if I had to pick one to recommend, it would be them. Good luck

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Winstons, Nat Shermans, and Dunhills. Winstons being the cheapest of the three.

EDIT: I'm gonna be honest, I've never had any of the brands I mentioned but I have had American Spirits. Nat Shermans and Dunhills are more "luxury" cigarettes and are much harder to find, and much more expensive. I see Winstons almost everywhere I go. They're manufactured by RJ Reynolds, and I'm a die-hard Camel smoker, so if I had to pick one to recommend, it would be them. Good luck
Thank you. I'd heard about Winstons being additive-free. I've also seen that they're reasonably priced. I just wish they had 100's, because the shorts burn too fast, which makes me smoke more. The 100's are better, 'cause they seem to burn slower and there's more to smoke. And, with 100's a pack can last me anywhere from 3 to 5 days, as opposed to 1 to 2.

American Spirits only have shorts, but, they burn slow, and I don't smoke as many of them as I would with a regular cigarette.

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Winstons 100s are available,bought them 2 years ago in L.A.
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if you're in the usa then go for american spirits or winston gold they are without additives and quality brands if you're in europe then go for english brands they have less additives like jps or dunhill rothmans etc
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Since the advent of "fire Safe cigarettes" don't all brands now have to add vinyl acetate (carpet glue) as a fire retardant?
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Originally Posted by cheveyo View Post
Since the advent of "fire Safe cigarettes" don't all brands now have to add vinyl acetate (carpet glue) as a fire retardant?

I like American Spirits and the work they do keeping
the traditional use of tobacco alive.

Years ago I liked their slogan that we smoke "by choice, not by habit."


But I don't choose a cigarette by additives.



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Hmm. Winstons give me headaches. Something up with them. Think they're not so kosher. Could be wrong, though.

Certainly, the premium American brands are low in chemical count, just like the premium English ones. Jet fuel would kinda throw off the taste a bit O_O
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