Marlboro Cigarettes (1924)
Marlboro is a brand of cigarettes. It is made by Philip Morris USA within the United States, and by Philip Morris International outside the United States. It is well known for its billboard advertisements, magazine ads of the Marlboro Man, and its long associated history in the sponsorship of motorsport. Philip Morris launched the Marlboro brand in 1924 as a women's cigarette, based on the slogan "Mild As May".
Davidoff Cigarettes (1929)
Davidoff is a Swiss luxury tobacco goods brand name, which is carried by a range of products including cigars, cigarillos, cigarettes and pipe tobaccos. Its cigarette brand is currently owned by Imperial Tobacco but the company is otherwise independently owned by Oettinger Davidoff AG. In August 2006, Imperial Tobacco acquired the worldwide Davidoff cigarette trademark from its owners, Tchibo Holding AG.
Parliament Cigarettes (1931)
Parliament is a brand of cigarettes marketed by the company Philip Morris. The brand was introduced in 1931 and is distinctive for its recessed paper filters. It was originally used as an advertising gimmick when cigarettes did not have filters. The first commercial cigarette filters came into use in 1935. The Parliament brand holds a strong market position in Georgia, Saudi Arabia, Japan, Argentina, Armenia, Israel, South Korea, Kazakhstan, Turkey, Russia, Montenegro, Ukraine and United States. Parliament make up 1.9% of U.S. cigarette sales, in contrast to the corporation's leading seller, Marlboro, which represent 41.1% of U.S. cigarette sales.
Dunhill Cigarettes (1908)
Dunhill cigarettes are a luxury brand of cigarettes made by the British American Tobacco company. They are usually priced above the average for cigarettes in the region where they are sold. They are exported mostly throughout Europe, the Middle East, South Asia, South Africa, Cuba, South Korea, Argentina, Brazil, Malaysia, Indonesia, New Zealand and Australia but can also be found on the Internet and in duty-free and smoke shops in the United States and Canada. Dunhill International cigarettes American distribution is owned and operated by Reynolds American, who are most notably famous for their Camel brand.
Lucky Strike Cigarettes (1871)
Lucky Strike is an American brand of cigarettes owned by the British American Tobacco groups. Often referred to as "Luckies", Lucky Strike was the top-selling cigarette brand in the United States during the 1930s. Lucky Strike brand was introduced in 1871 by the company R.A. Patterson in the USA as chewing tobacco. Lucky Strike was a brand of chewing tobacco, and by the early 1900s, it had evolved into a cigarette. In 2007, a new packaging of Lucky Strikes was released, with a two-way opening which split seven cigarettes from the rest.
Camel Cigarettes (1913)
Camel is a brand of cigarettes that was introduced by American company R.J. Reynolds Tobacco in 1913. Most current Camel cigarettes contain a blend of Turkish tobacco and Virginia tobacco. Winston-Salem, North Carolina, the city where R.J. Reynolds was founded, is nicknamed "Camel City" because of the brand's popularity. As of June 2012, Camel filters were discontinued in the United Kingdom. In 2013, Camel celebrated its 100th anniversary. Camel has sold over 4 trillion cigarettes.
Pall Mall Cigarettes (1899)
Pall Mall is an American brand of cigarettes produced by R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Company in Winston-Salem, North Carolina, and internationally by British American Tobacco at multiple sites. As of 2012, Pall Mall is R. J. Reynolds' highest selling brand. The Pall Mall brand was introduced in 1899 by the Black Butler Company (UK) in an attempt to cater to the upper class with the first "premium" cigarette. It is named after Pall Mall, a well-known street in London.
Benson and Hedge Cigarettes (1873)
Benson & Hedges is a British brand of cigarettes owned by either Philip Morris International, British American Tobacco, or Japan Tobacco, depending on region. In the UK, they are registered in Old Bond Street in London, and are manufactured in Lisnafillan, Ballymena, Northern Ireland. They are predominantly made from Virginia tobacco. In some countries where Philip Morris does not hold the Benson & Hedges trademark, such as the Philippines, a variant of the North American Benson & Hedges cigarette brand is sold under the "Philip Morris" brand using similar packaging.
Kent Cigarettes (1952)
Kent is a brand of cigarettes owned by the R.J. Reynolds Tobacco Company. Kent was introduced by the Lorillard Tobacco Company in 1952. Kent continued to stay in the top ten cigarette brand list until 1979. In 1977, Lorillard sold the overseas rights of Kent and all of its other brand] and today Kents manufactured outside the U.S. are property of British American Tobacco. On June 15, 2014 Reynolds American offered to buy the Lorillard tobacco company for $27.4 billion and effective June 12, 2015 the Kent brand became the property of R.J. Reynolds Tobacco Company.
Gold Flake Cigarettes (1912)
Gold Flake is a classic Indian brand that has been in the market for over a century. It is sold in various varieties, including Gold Flake Kings (84 mm), Gold Flake Kings Lights (84mm), Gold Flake and Gold Flake Lights. This brand is owned, manufactured and marketed by ITC Limited. Gold Flake was produced by the Bristol company of W.D. & H.O. Wills, from 1901 part of Imperial Tobacco. Goldflake was neither a brand nor a process of manufacturing cigarettes. The word "goldflake" refers to cigarettes made using bright rich golden tobacco. Gold Flake has a century old history, starting all the way back in 1912. After 1912, the biggest change in the brand was in 1971 with the introduction of Gold Flake Kings, followed up with the launch of Gold Flake Kings Lights in 1999.
Winston Cigarettes (1954)
Winston is an American brand of cigarette. It is owned and marketed by ITG Brands LLC. inside the U.S. and by Japan Tobacco outside the U.S. In recent history, Winston has been noted for its "additive-free" claims of its cigarettes. Originally introduced in 1954 by the R.J. Reynolds Tobacco Company, Winston quickly became one of the top selling cigarette brands and it became the number one cigarette sold in the world by 1966, a position it held until 1972. On June 12, 2015, Reynolds American and Lorillard completed their merger and Winston officially fell under ownership of Imperial tobacco spinoff ITG brands.
Embassy Cigarettes (1914)
Embassy is a brand of cigarettes from Imperial Tobacco. First sold in 1914 and relaunched as a coupon brand in 1962, in 1976 they were invited to sponsor the World Snooker Championships, which they did from then until 2005 at which time they had to pull out due to the UK government's ban on tobacco sponsorship. Embassy Filter was introduced in 1962 and, by the late 1960s, was the most popular brand of cigarette in the UK, taking 24% of the market in 1968. Embassy is currently one of the most expensive cigarette brands in the UK with prices ranging from £9.50–£10.10 per pack of 20.