Will adding sweet'n low to a cigarette make it taste sweet in the mouth?!

Question: Will adding sweet'n low to a cigarette make it taste sweet in the mouth!?
I figured since sugar doesn't work, something artificial or w/e would!.
Don't get me wrong!.!.!. I only have like a smoke or 2 a year!. I know they are bad for ya!.Www@FoodAQ@Com

They sell "flavored" cigarettes at tobacco shops!.!.!.!. I think maybe strawberry, chocolate, and others!.!.!.!.!. artificial sweetener has a disgusting aftertaste and would just ruin the cigarettes:) (lol - that sounded funny!)Www@FoodAQ@Com

No man, absolutely not!. You'll gag on the acrid smoke (that stuff isnt meant be burned)!.

However, dipping the filters in sugar or honey or whatever may help them taste sweeter on your lips!.

But really, if you want sweet smoke you can buy certain types of smokes!.

Swisher thin cigars have many sweet varieties!. As do Djarams or cloves!.

Nat Sherman Mints are a bit pricey, but excellent!. My personal recommendation!.Www@FoodAQ@Com

Does it really matter Steven!?!!! You want to put a deadly drug into your body and you are asking how to make it more palatable!. How bizarre is that!? Just don't do it at all!. It's not cool or funny and we are not impressed!Www@FoodAQ@Com

No!. Aside from being just a stupid idea, it probably would keep the thing from burning!. Quit being so cheap and buy some cigarettes that are made to taste different!. Clove, Orange, etc!.Www@FoodAQ@Com

Eew!.!.!. No, burning sweet'n low won't make the cigarette taste sweet!.

In fact, burning sweet'n low is probably not a good idea in general!.Www@FoodAQ@Com

dont do that nasty ****!
just go buy some clove ciggarettes!Www@FoodAQ@Com

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