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Mild Sevens in USA?

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Anyone know where to get them? I'm running out of the carton I bought at NRT. All the web stores are sold out of them.
I'll even settle for Seven Stars.
 

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Originally Posted by musicguy
Anyone know where to get them? I'm running out of the carton I bought at NRT. All the web stores are sold out of them.
I'll even settle for Seven Stars.


The Asian grocery stores here have them. Not sure what you have locally.
 

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Originally Posted by Tokyo Slim
The Asian grocery stores here have them. Not sure what you have locally.

Good idea. I'll check out the other Asian grocery stores here. The one in china town only had 555, which are freaking harsh.
 

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I used to Mild Sevens at specialty smoke shops (the ones that aren't as fancy as that sounds, just cigarette discounters) all the time, but that has been awhile back. I wouldn't smoke Mild Sevens if I had the choice of Dunhills, though.
 

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Went to three asian grocers in my area, none of them had any asian cigarettes. Just the usual stuff and 555. Maybe it's Philly. I bought some Marlboro Ultra Lights and they're pretty rancid. Then again, I never liked Marlboro.
 

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Maybe H-Mart the Korean Grocery would have them?
 

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hmm. may i suggest if you can't find mild sevens, try getting a pack of Dunhill Lights from Korea, if you can find them at your local asian market. My friend got me a pack and they are amazingly smooth (Mild sevens used to be my favorite but not anymore).
 

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My boss from back in the day used to stockpile dozens of cartons of mild seven at a time, he was always giving it away, sorry this doesn't help you though.
 

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Mitsuwa in Edgewater, NJ
 

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Originally Posted by darkiceman56
hmm. may i suggest if you can't find mild sevens, try getting a pack of Dunhill Lights from Korea, if you can find them at your local asian market. My friend got me a pack and they are amazingly smooth (Mild sevens used to be my favorite but not anymore).

I tried Korean Dunhill Lights recently. They are quite good, I agree. I picked up some Camel Ultra-Lights today and they're tolerable.

I still smoke an occasional Nat Sherman MCD. I also picked up a pack of Cohiba cigarettes (called Cigarillos Negros) in Japan. Can't get them in US because they're made in Cuba. They're damn good if you smoke them like a cigarette sized cigar. Much to harsh to inhale like a regular cig.

Originally Posted by Monaco
My boss from back in the day used to stockpile dozens of cartons of mild seven at a time, he was always giving it away, sorry this doesn't help you though.

Cheers.

Originally Posted by Kuro
Mitsuwa in Edgewater, NJ

Thanks! I'll have to check it out next time I'm in the area and stock up.
 

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