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Camel Cigarettes

Camel Cigarettes Subtle Flavour (Lights)

Camel Cigarettes Subtle Flavour (Lights) data of packaging: 10 packs include 200 cigarettes in 88mm box. Cigs ingredients are 6mg of Tar and 0.5mg of Nicotine and made in Europe.

Camel Cigarettes Silver Refined Flavour (Super Lights)

Camel Cigarettes Silver Refined Flavor (Super Lights) packed in 10 packs with 200 cigarettes within 88mm box. Information about the ingredients: 4mg of Tar and 0.4mg of Nicotine. Manufactured in Europ ...

Camel Cigarettes Filters Turkish & American Blend

Camel Cigarettes Filters Turkish & American Blend packing: 10 packs, 200 cigarettes, 88mm box. Cigarettes contain 10mg of Tar and 0.8mg of Nicotine. Discount cigs are produced in Europe.

Camel Cigarettes Filters Menthol Smooth Menthol Taste

Camel Cigarettes Lights Low Tar Camel Taste

Camel Cigarettes Lights Low Tar Camel Taste 100s

Camel Cigarettes Lights Menthol Smooth Menthol Blend

Camel Cigarettes Lights Smooth American Blend

Camel Cigarettes Filters Turkish & American Blend 100's

Camel Cigarettes Filters Turkish & Domestic Blend

Camel Cigarettes Full Flavor Since 1913

Camel Cigarettes Full Flavor Smooth American Blend

Camel Cigarettes Lights Light Camel Taste

Camel Cigarettes Lights Smooth American Blend 100s

Camel Cigarettes Medium American Blend

Camel Cigarettes Medium Mild Camel Taste

Camel Cigarettes Medium Smooth American Blend

Camel Cigarettes Mild Flavor Since 1913

Camel Cigarettes Mild Mild Camel Taste

Camel Cigarettes Mild Smooth American Blend

Camel Cigarettes Mild Smooth American Blend 100s

Camel Cigarettes Natural Flavor 10mg

Camel Cigarettes Natural Flavor 6mg

Camel Cigarettes No.9 Turkish & Domestic Blend

Camel Cigarettes No.9 Menthe Turkish & Domestic Blend 100s

Camel Cigarettes No.9 Turkish & Domestic Blend 100s

Camel Cigarettes Non-Filter Turkish & American Blend

Camel Cigarettes Non-Filter Turkish & Domestic Blend

Camel Cigarettes Original Turkish & American Blend

Camel Cigarettes Silver Lights Smooth American Blend

Camel Cigarettes Super Lights Smooth American Blend

Camel Cigarettes Turkish Gold Smooth & Mellow Turkish Blend

Camel Cigarettes Turkish Jade Mellow Menthol Blend

Camel Cigarettes Turkish Jade Mellow Menthol Blend Lights

Camel Cigarettes Turkish Royal Rich & Mellow Turkish Blend

Camel Cigarettes Turkish Silver Extra Smooth & Mellow

Camel Cigarettes Ultra Lights Genuine Taste Ultra Low Tar 100s

Camel Cigarettes Ultra Lights Smooth Taste Ultra Low Tar

Camel Cigarettes Ultra Lights Turkish & Domestic Blend

Camel Cigarettes Wides Filters Genuine Taste Wide Gauge

Camel Cigarettes Wides Filters Wide Gauge Turkish & Domistic Blend

Camel Cigarettes Wides Lights Genuine Taste Wide Gauge

Camel Cigarettes Wides Lights Wide Gauge Turkish & Domistic Blend

Cigarette Brands Facts: Popular, Online, Discount

The list of countries, where Camel cigarette brand is the most popular (in alphabetical order): Australia, Argentina, Brazil, Canada, Chile, China, Dominican Republic, Honduras, India, Japan, Malaysia, Mexico, Russia, Singapore, South Africa, South Korea, Taiwan, United States of America or USA or U.S. and  European countries: Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Czech, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Lithuania, Moldova, Netherlands or Holland, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Roumania, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Ukraine, United Kingdom or England or UK.

The brand is popular in most countries of the world!

The scale of popularity is based on search queries of those users who try to buy cigarettes online.

Soon we'll make the list of cigarettes popularity according to discount cigarettes sales online.

Also we are planning to observe the cigarette prices in different countries.

So, we will be thankful for your responds about the most popular cigarettes brands you are buying and about prices of cigarettes which are on sale in your countries.  Write e-mails: Buy [at] MorningCigarette.com.

Camel cigarettes are manufactured in following countries: Argentina, Brazil, Finland, Germany, Italy, Japan, Sweden, Switzerland, UK, USA.

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History of Camel

Richard Joshua Reynolds started in the tobacco business in 1870, producing chewing tobacco. Threatened by predatory pricing by the American Tobacco Co., Reynolds sold his company to James Buchanan Duke. By 1910, American Tobacco Co. controlled more than 80 percent of the American tobacco market.
During this time, Reynolds was concentrating on developing a national brand of smoking tobacco. The result was Prince Albert. From 1907 to 1911 U.S. sales soared from 250,000 to 14- million lbs.
Reynolds regained his company in 1911, as a result of American Tobacco's breakup on grounds of antitrust. Prince Albert allowed Reynolds to establish RJR in the smoking tobacco marketplace and position the company before this inevitable break-up. He decided to enter the cigarette market and began to develop blended-tobacco cigarettes that would hit the market in 1913. The results of his effort» were: Reyno, a straight Flue-Cured brand; Osman, a pure Turkish blend, Red Kamel, a Turkish brand with filters made from cork; and Camel, an experimental brand made from a blend of domestic and Turkish tobaccos.
Aside from Camel, Reyno remained on the market the longest, ceasing production in 1946. Red Kamels were discontinued in 1936 (but re-launched nationally in 1997). Osman, the least popular brand of the group, was discontinued in 1915.
In order to beat his competitors with his new Camel brand, Reynolds used different strategies than were the norm — he priced his product lower than the competition and chose not to include premiums or coupons with his superior-quality brand.
Reynolds knew the Camel brand needed to show adult smokers that it was a superior-quality product. The company decided that the best way to accomplish this was through its packaging design.
RJR determined that a camel would represent his Turkish and domestic blend. The search was underway for a drawing that would bring the beast to life on the front of the pack. In the end, however, the camel chosen for the cover was from an actual photograph taken of Old Joe, a camel on display at the Barnum & Bailey Circus in Winston-Salem.
RJR had found an icon for its packaging, but needed a way to promote Camel cigarettes on a national basis. In 1913, the entire country saw three-day teaser ads in local papers that read, simply — "The CAMELS are coming!" The ads peaked the curiosity of the general public, who incorrectly assumed that live camels were set to appear in their towns.
Instead, on the fourth day, the final ad unveiled a new brand of cigarettes — "The CAMELS are here." That same year, the Saturday Evening Past printed its first cigarette advertisement, a two-page Camel promotion. Soon the ads were everywhere, on billboards and posters along the sides of roads, and on the sides of buildings.
The campaign, worked and Camel gained national exposure that resulted in tremendous product sales. In 1914, RJR sold 425 million cigarettes. By 1921 sales had risen to more than 18 billion cigarettes—half of the cigarettes smoked in. the U.S.
Reynolds quickly established Camel as an innovative brand through the introduction of the American Blend — the first manufactured blend of Turkish and Domestic tobaccos - and the design of a cellophane cover that kept the cigarettes fresh until they reached the consumer. The brand also used new areas of advertising to get its message to the smoker — sponsorship of the Camel Pleasure hour and the Camel Caravan (with Benny Goodman) radio shows in the 30s.
During World Wars I &. ????, Camel was the most popular cigarette among GI's. Customers were able to send Camel cigarettes to servicemen just by filling out a form at their local retailer. Because of Camel's availability, soldiers came home with a loyalty to the brand that resulted in Camel being the leading brand in the nation. Camel still holds the record for the most cigarettes sold domestically in a single year — 105 billion sticks in 1952.
Over the years» the Camel pack acquired a mystique of its own. People saw images — a woman, a lion and so forth — in the illustration of Old Joe. Others liked to demonstrate how the word "CHOICE" reads the same in the mirror as it does on the label. There were parlor and bar games such as count the "e's" or the "t's" on the back panel or count the camels; some thought there was one behind the pyramid. The package had even, attained a kind of spiritual honor when a United States congressman, at an audience with the Pope, accidentally held a pack of Camels along with some medals as they were blessed by the Pontiff.
In 1958, Reynolds decided to change the packaging. "Just a few minor changes in the familiar camel and the pyramid symbol to modernize the 45-year old design," was the official description. But smokers raised the roof when they found out. Many concluded that the omission of the phrase "Turkish and Domestic Blend" meant that their favorite tobacco formula had been tampered with.
The public outcry quickly convinced the directors to go back to the original package. As tastes changed for smokers, so did their cigarettes. Camel started producing a filter version in 1966. Throughout the 70s and 80s, Camel developed line extensions to keep up with ever-changing tastes of smokers-Camel Lights, Ultra lights and 100s versions of each were introduced, with Camel Lights becoming the biggest seller of all brands styles. Camel even reintroduced Red Kamel in 1997 with the tagline, "Back for no good reason, except they taste good."

History of R.J. Reynolds

1874: Richard Joshua Reynolds, 24, arrives in Winston, a town with. unpaved roads; population, about 400.

1875 : Reynolds starts R.J. Reynolds Tobacco Go. by building The Old Red Factory," which in its first year, produces     150,000 pounds of tobacco used mainly for chewing tobacco products.

1890: R.J. Reynolds Tobacco is incorporated in North Carolina.

1913: Reynolds Tobacco introduces Camel cigarettes.

1923: Camel accounts for almost half of U.S. cigarettes sold.

1939: Reynolds Tobacco headquarters building is completed. Later, the building becomes the model for Empire State Building.

1954: Winston, the nation's first major filtered cigarette, is introduced.

1956: Salem, Reynolds' first menthol cigarette, is introduced, in competition with B&W's Kools.

1969: Reynolds buys Sea-Land, a shipping company, and Aminoil, an oil company.

1984: Reynolds spins off Sea-Land and sells Aminoil.

1985: Reynolds buys snack-food giant Nabisco to form RJR Nabisco in a $4.9 billion deal, the largest merger outside the oil industry at that time.

1986: Ross Johnson, former Nabisco GEO, takes over as RJR's CEO.

1987: RJR announces headquarters move to Atlanta.

1988: Reynolds celebrates the 75th anniversary of Camel by launching the "Joe Camel" campaign.

1989: RJR goes private in a $25 billion deal, the largest corporate takeover at the time.

1991: RJR goes public for the second time.

1997: Reynolds retires Camel's "Joe Camel" campaign.

1998: Tobacco industry agrees to pay $206 billion over 25 years to settle 46 states' claims.

May, 1999: RJR sells its international tobacco business to Japan Tobacco for $8 billion.
June, 1999: R.J. Reynolds Tobacco Co. becomes a stand-alone, publicly-traded company.
October, 1999: Camel launches its "Pleasure to Burn" campaign.


Tobaccoville, RJR's largest and most modern cigarette production facility, began production in 1986. The 26-acre complex has a two million square foot production building which adjoins an administrative building. It also houses a 200,000 square foot power plant that produces power for all the manufacturing facilities and sells excess capacity to Duke Power Company.
The production facility is totally automated — every piece of equipment is computer-controlled — ensuring the production of the highest quality cigarettes.
At full capacity, the Tobaccoville plant is able to produce 110 billing cigarettes a year.

Forming the Cigarette Rod:
Once the appropriate domestic and Turkish tobaccos have been selected, blended, flavored and cut, the tobacco, now referred to as "cigarette cut-filter," is transferred to the cigarette maker on a gentle stream of air, or pneumatic conveyor, which preserves the fragile strands. The cigarette maker sifts the tobacco, in very precisely controlled amounts, onto a moving belt. This flexible belt also carries a continuous tape-like strand of cigarette paper delivered from a bobbin. As the belt moves forward, it begins to curve around the tobacco to form the cigarette rod. If left uncut, one bobbin of cigarette paper would form a tobacco rod 6,500 meters long, or about four miles. However, shortly after the cigarette rod is formed, it is cut to the appropriate length for a cigarette. Approximately 8,000 individual cigarette rods are formed in this manner:
Filters are made in a similar manner, on a separate machine that wraps paper around the filter material. The cigarette tobacco rod and the cigarette filter rod are placed against each other and tied together by a third piece of paper that is wrapped around, both. This is the typically brown or white filter on a finished cigarette. Throughout this process each individual cigarette is constantly being inspected for criteria such as tobacco weight and density. Cigarettes that don't meet RJR's exacting quality standards are kicked out of the making process and never make it to the pack. Finished cigarettes are conveyed to a packer where they are counted into groups of 8O, wrapped in foil, placed in a paper label or box, over-wrapped in clear film, cartoned, cased and made ready for shipment.

Camel Styles

In 1988, Camel celebrated its 75th birthday with the introduction of "Joe Camel" — making a 75-year old product relevant to modern day consumers. The Joe Camel campaign distinguished the brand through innovative advertising, promotions and sponsorships. After a successful, but controversial run in the market, Joe was retired in the late 90s.
Camel now offers "Pleasure to Bum" — an advertising campaign and tagline that captures Camel's extraordinarily smooth and distinctively flavored smoking experience, and its witty, irreverent and often humorous persona. Taking its inspiration from Camel's authentic heritage, as well as its contemporary image, the "Pleasure to Burn" campaign depicts classic images from previous decades with modern cues. Reynolds also looks to highlight Camel's exotic heritage derived from its exotic blend of Turkish and domestic tobaccos by introducing Turkish Gold — a smooth and mellow blend of Turkish and domestic tobacco — and a line of exotic specialty blends.

Camel non-filtered:
(also called "Straights" and "Regulars"). Introduced in 1913, it was the first popular factory made cigarette to incorporate the ultra smooth aromatic qualities of Turkish tobaccos with the robust American tobaccos.

Camel Filters:
Offers the full, rich taste which Camel is known for full-flavored smoke, full-bodied, rich taste.

Camel Lights:
The fastest growing cigarette in the U.S. today offers the perfect balance of premium domestic and Turkish tobaccos to deliver a smooth rich flavor.

Camel Special Lights:
Same taste as Lights, but on the milder side.

Ultra Lights:
Camel's rich taste in an Ultra Lights version, lighter taste but smooth, rich and balanced.

Camel Wides:
Uniquely designed, wide-gauge cigarette offers an especially easy draw, as well as a combination of smoothness and flavor unattainable in narrower gauge cigarettes.

Turkish Gold:
"Smooth and Mellow" — the unique Turkish blend in Turkish Gold makes for an extraordinarily smooth and mellow cigarette, with a premium tobacco taste.

Red Kamel (Original and Lights):
A recipe developed in 1913 brought back from the archives "for no good reason except it tastes good." A blend of high quality Turkish and domestic tobaccos, Red Kamel's emphasis is on delivering a smooth smoking experience.

Camel Menthol / K-Menthe:
A premium combination of Camel's distinct signature taste with the refreshing taste and feel of menthol — the perfect balance of menthol and the blend of Turkish and domestic tobaccos.

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