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Discussion in 'Marijuana Consumption Q&A' started by CharSauBis, Jan 21, 2014.

  1. #1 CharSauBis, Jan 21, 2014
    Last edited: Jan 21, 2014
    Hey, I live in Ontario and I was wondering if a fellow Canadian could help me out.

    With the Tobacco Laws, products containing tobacco in stores are not displayed to the public, but rather hidden behind the counter. In fact, you could walk into a gas station or convenience stores without realizing they even sell cigarettes. Therefore, it's not easy or practical to ask the shop owner if they carry the list of brands that I'm looking for.

    So my question to you is: does Canada still sell flavoured Phillies, Prime Times or Zig Zag Cigarillos? As single cigars?

    (Off topic, but what about Marlboros?)

  2. They sell flavored a Phillies and wraps for sure. Oddly enough they don't have swishers flavored.
  3. Thanks! And I heard Swishers were banned. Loved the Grape flavour. :smoke:
    Do you live near Toronto by any chance? I'm not sure if product varies based on location. (And any flavour recommendations?)
  4. Swishers originals are still around but they're nasty in my opinion.

    And no I'm in ottawa. I do go to Toronto every now and then tho. And personally I prefer papers it when I smoke blunts it's grape phillies or backwoods.
    I live in Mississauga, and yes, we definitely have Phillies and Primetimes. I used to smoke them when I was 16, I really liked Vanilla Bullseyes, Watermelon Primetimes, and pretty much any variety of Backwoods.
  6. I buy Prime Time Singles on occasion, I'm in SK
  7. Canada's Tobacco laws and taxes are insane. I bought a log of chew and a carton of smokes for some of my brothers at the border for US prices. I sold the tins for $10 canadian a piece.

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