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Some Interesting Facts About Cigarettes

Marlboro is one of the most well-known brands in the world now. But not many people know that these cigarettes were only for women at the very beginning. And the main idea was in the saying "Mild as May". The filters were of pink color to conceal the lipstick's mark.kulki do papierosów

Marlboro was taken away from manufacture when the World War Two started because it was unprofitable.

In early 50s was made an effort to bring Marlboro to life. It was important to make men's stress to create a "real male" character. There was picked out a cowboy and it is still binded with Marlboro brand.

The history of Camel cigarettes goes back to 1913. It was founded by R. J. Reynolds. And as the result cigarettes were the "number one" in the United States of America in 20-30s. But in 1960 the company decided to modify Camel's aspect. The packing was altered. Two of three pyramids were removed and was made the whole modification of external look. When redesign was made Camel began to suffer a reverse. That's why it was decided to return former cover. Today Camel has the same packing. Camel's name is Old Joe.

By the way R. J. Reynolds Company is well-known as the first one that used American blending in Winston cigarettes But there is one strange fact. In that year exactly Philip Morris Company began to use the same tobacco blend. Anyway we still don't know whether it was espionage or a concurrence.

American mixing has a specially cultivated tobacco. It is comparatively new tobacco which has magnificent aroma. It is from Ohio, Kentucky, Tennessee states. It also has little sugar, high essence of nicotine and it smokes sluggishly. Burley tastes good. Winston is one of the most wide spread cigarette brand in the world now.

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