Today we bring you a review of Noble Filtered Cigars. With a name like Noble, one must ask if they are fit for a king! Upon receiving the package, you notice the pack is very plain and dull in appearance. Not what I expected with such royally named filtered cigars. The pack is red and has the word Noble on it, and a small symbol, nothing exciting or noteworthy. But, the price was great for these little cigars, so I decided to give them a try.
The filtered cigars themselves are also quite plain and unremarkable in appearance. No fancy ring or guilding, and certainly nothing remarkable about the tobacco leaf wrapper. But, I did notice they smelled quite nice. Upon lighting it up, I have to say, as boring as the packaging is, it is a pretty good smoke! I would certainly say these filtered cigars are mild and softer is character, and display none of the harshness or cardboard taste you often get from cheap filtered cigars. Also, they seem well-rolled, and last quite a long time!
Smell-wise the smoke from Noble Filtered Cigars is pleasant, lingers a bit, but not for a really long time. Some other brands I have tried in the past have left a smell that seems to never go away, and that is not popular with the nonsmokers in my family. With Noble little cigars, the smell is kind of faint, and that is a big plus in my house.
Noble Filtered Cigars are a good value for their price, even though the packaging is quite mundane. If you are looking for a mild filtered cigar, in either full flavor, mild or menthol, they are a respectable choice, and definitely worth a try. Just don't expect a fancy pack, and really, who cares what the pack looks like?!