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
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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
High Tech: Smoking Kent HDi Blue
Kent produced in Europe under license, even if it was not as tasty as the American one of the 1990s, but it was still popular. In addition, this brand has always held a firm position in the premium segment and its only serious rival was only Parliament. What were these cigarettes and what was their […]Continue reading
A spy with a smoke: What did James Bond smoke?
Smoked? Was he smoking? Actually, he did. Not in all parts of the movie franchise, but Agent 007 is an avid smoker.) And what exactly did the famous spy of Her Royal Majesty’s Secret Service smoke – we’ll find out in this post! In general, it would be logical to assume that Bond smoked what […]Continue reading
Smoking “drains” all our thoughts! How does it work?
It is not a secret that more than 70% of all information when communicating with others is received non-verbally, almost on a subconscious level, such as gestures, facial expressions, body position or hardly visible movements of the pupils of the eyes. And usually the assimilation of all these messages also happens on a subconscious level, […]Continue reading
The strongest cigarettes in the world!
Just off the top of your head, what are the strongest cigarettes you can think of? “Belomor? Well, yeah, except for the fact that they were cigarettes, that’s right. There was plenty of nicotine and tar in Belomor. What else? Cuban Ligeros! Yes, they were very strong cigarettes. But I can’t say exactly how much […]Continue reading