Originally cigarettes were produced in green packages. In 1942 the color was changed to white. The center of the pack was a red or blue circle indicating the strength level. At first the “lightness” level was indicated by a red circle. Only in 2009 the colors were swapped.
Each cigarette contains 10 mg of tar and 0.8 mg of nicotine and has unique gourmet flavor and distinguished aroma.
In Europe Lucky Strike is produced by British American Tobacco.