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Dunhill Top Leaf Cigarette Reviews

There are 3 Dunhill Top Leaf Flavor reviews in the database.

  
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ai
2011-03-27
Strong
Poor
Very High

 

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I too bought these cigs from London's duty free. How, unfortunate. I ended up returning the carton after two cigs of this Top Leaf brand. I cannot tell you how dry and intolerable as they are. There are other Dunhills which are better, but I think part of this fact has to do with the climate of the nation you live in or going to. In a humid atmosphere, the strength changes - and this is coming from a well traveled lover of tobaccos. The blue box dunhills are way better. Stick with those if you can. No offense to the previous posts...

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AVM
2009-08-25
Strong
Very Pleasant
Very High

 

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I just picked up a carton of these from Duty Free in London. If I was paying tax, I'd probably get something else; these cigarettes are EXPENSIVE. Price aside, I'm happy I decided to treat myself. And what a treat they are. Dunhill Top Leaf are arguably the 2nd smoothest cigarette I've ever had the privilege of tasting. Smoother than Marlboro Virginia Blend 100s, but falling short of the oh-so-elusive Davidoff Magnum. Suffice to say, if you smoke for more than just a nicotine buzz, and truly consider tobacco a hobby, then you owe it to yourself to try these and make up your own mind. I'm sure glad I did. Just as a disclaimer, these cigarettes do burn a bit quickly.

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Petr_4
2009-01-14
Medium
Tolerable
Very High

 

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Sold in Germany and in Eastern Europe, made only with the half top leaf of Virginia tobaccos, additive free, much more expensive than Dunhill International. Hm, for me doesn't worth the money. Compared with D. Inc. burns faster, tastes worst but have better-easy to smoke-filter. Of course not bad, although is really overpriced.

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I too bought these cigs from London's duty free. How, unfortunate. I ended up returning the carton after two cigs of this Top Leaf brand. I cannot tell you how dry and intolerable as they are. There are other Dunhills which are better, but I think part of this fact has to do with the climate of the nation you live in or going to. In a humid atmosphere, the strength changes - and this is coming from a well traveled lover of tobaccos. The blue box dunhills are way better. Stick with those if you can. No offense to the previous posts...

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I just picked up a carton of these from Duty Free in London. If I was paying tax, I'd probably get something else; these cigarettes are EXPENSIVE. Price aside, I'm happy I decided to treat myself. And what a treat they are. Dunhill Top Leaf are arguably the 2nd smoothest cigarette I've ever had the privilege of tasting. Smoother than Marlboro Virginia Blend 100s, but falling short of the oh-so-elusive Davidoff Magnum. Suffice to say, if you smoke for more than just a nicotine buzz, and truly consider tobacco a hobby, then you owe it to yourself to try these and make up your own mind. I'm sure glad I did. Just as a disclaimer, these cigarettes do burn a bit quickly.

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Sold in Germany and in Eastern Europe, made only with the half top leaf of Virginia tobaccos, additive free, much more expensive than Dunhill International. Hm, for me doesn't worth the money. Compared with D. Inc. burns faster, tastes worst but have better-easy to smoke-filter. Of course not bad, although is really overpriced.

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