Yes, that’s what it was.) It’s true that there weren’t many purely English brands on the market, especially if you compare them to all the others. But what cigarettes they were! Dunhill International. Of course, this is the first brand that comes to mind when “inquiring” about “English cigarettes. The chic two-section cigarette cases, nicknamed […]Continue reading
Cigarettes that weren’t there. What do you smoke at the movies?
I will continue the series of articles about the “dream world” and the fantasies of film directors. But with a twist appropriate to CigsSpot Blog.) So, what exactly do movie characters smoke? Nails. This brand was featured in many of Kevin Smith’s movies: Clerks in 1994, Dogma in 1999, and Jay and Silent Bob Strike […]Continue reading
What young people smoke: Kent Crystal Mix cigarettes
More recently I did a similar review, based on researching a lot of youthful sub-publics, on the topic of “how to be an adult”… No, of course not)) Kids have been living their own lives for a long time and smoke not to imitate their parents (besides, not all parents of their offspring smoke), but […]Continue reading
The subtleties or facts and curiosities of cigarette branding in pictures
Now it may seem that the design of cigarette packages does not make any sense, I mean the new brands, and the computer comes up with the name)). However, they say that this is wrong, and marketers, if they are involved in the creation of a new brand, carefully design not only the color combination […]Continue reading
Tobacco Stories: Tobacco in War
As it happens, tobacco was a soldier’s best friend. And in all wars. I don’t know about now, but up until the 1980s, tobacco was considered a strategic raw material. That partnership is what this article will be about. Today I will look at the example of World War I as a key event in […]Continue reading
“LD” cigarette tasting.
Today I will continue my review of the “budget segment” cigarettes, responding to your requests for tastings. I will not dwell in detail on the history of the brand. I will only say that the brand began with LD Filters or LD “red” in king size format. During its not too long history the brand […]Continue reading
A comparative tasting of Camel cigarettes.
Sadness, sadness and longing… But on the European market, once a reference brand, there is only one line of Filters and only two variants. But once it was great cigarettes. But why were they? Buy Now You may be surprised, but the brand is still represented in the world in many varieties! Camel Wides, Camel […]Continue reading
Cigarettes with the unusual, ear-catching name of MILANO have already taken their place in the tobacco industry. The already well-known brand is an imported one. Yes, it is not brightly popular, but it is quite in demand among the rest of the Eastern segments, the homeland of which is the United Arab Emirates. A variety […]Continue reading
The history of cigarettes: the No. 1 brand
So we talked about the events of 1911, when the U.S. government sued the American Tobacco Company tobacco Trust. Although the court found that despite the monopoly, Buchanan’s empire had not increased its prices, American Tobacco was accused of violating the Sherman Act. In 1911, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that the trust should be […]Continue reading
From the history of cigarette brands: Vanity Fair and Vogue.
The Vanity Fair brand was founded back in 1895 by the Stephano family, but only by the early 1950s did the brand become exclusively for cigarettes. By that time, the descendants of the founders created the company Stephano Brothers Ltd. Vanity Fair was a ladies’ brand, it came in pastel pink and pastel blue packs, […]Continue reading