Smoker's Best Filtered Cigars has a big, boasting name, and the big question on my mind, was will it live up to the billing? I have tried over 50 brands of filtered cigars, and have smoked for many years, so I do consider myself a bit of a tobacco and filtered cigar aficionado. Of course, I also fancy myself a ladies man, but my wife would dismiss that quite quickly.
Smoker's Best Little Cigars are a value brand cigar, coming in at just around fifteen dollars a carton. That is $1.50 a pack or less, and with a price like that, I figured it could not hurt to try them, or at least not hurt very much. The carton itself is quite simple, and the packs are as well. But, I think this is a very GOOD thing. I am so tired of Indian heads, Horses and other weird stuff on little cigar packs. This thing looks like a cigarette pack, and will garner no special attention from people around you. So as far as the pack, Smoker's Best is really one of the best.
The filtered cigars themselves are somewhat uniform, but I did notice inconsistency in the amount of tobacco in each filtered cigar. Not deal breaking different, but enough that you can notice with the naked eye. The filtered cigars are otherwise quite standard for these types of smokes.
Smoking the Smoker's Best Little Cigars was ok. They don't have a rich tobacco flavor, don't have the best smelling smoke, and didn't burn the longest either. It was all pretty blah. However, they do seem lighter and less harsh than many other value brands I have smoked, and that is a big plus for me and any cigarette smokers.
So is Smoker's Best really the best? Not really, but it does have some advantages and they are worth checking out.