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CHESTERFIELD Blue

Filtered cigarettes in a flip top box. 

Tar: 6 mg. 
Nicotine: 0.4 mg. 
Carbon monoxide: 8 mg. 
 
Each Carton contains 10 packs x 20 Cigarettes. 
1 carton contains 200 cigarettes. 

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39,50 €

Chesterfield Blue Cigarettes a choice of privileged cigarette-lovers and the pleasure of your taste!
Chesterfield Cigarettes was one of four most popular cigarette brands in the United States: Lucky Strike, Camel, Chesterfield and Old Gold. The brand was first introduced in 1873 by the Drummond Tobacco Company of St. Louis, Missouri, U.S.A Nowadays, Chesterfield is manufactured by Philip Morris, being the preferred brand of many people all over the world. Chesterfield Blue Cigarettes have a very rich and interesting history. Chesterfield Blue cigarettes manufactured and sold by the Drummond Tobacco Company of St. Louis, Missouri in the United States. They were later made by the Liggett & Meyers Tobacco Company who later sold it to the Phillip Morris Company who is now under the umbrella of the Altria Group. Chesterfield Blue Cigarettes have a flavor that includes the three things that a smoker wants most such as great taste, cooler smoke and a mild flavor that is enticing to every smoker both male and female. In the 20th century, the Chesterfield cigarette brand was one of the most recognized in the world and one of the three most smoked cigarettes. Chesterfield Blue Cigarettes was a favorite of Hollywood greats such as Lucille Ball, James Dean and Humphrey Bogart along with other well-known names both on the silver screen and the television. They put out a special red Christmas Edition pack of cigarettes that symbolized the international love for the Chesterfield brand. The Chesterfield Blue Cigarettes name was very involved in American society in the early 20th century and until the new laws banned the tobacco industry from many forms of advertising. Chesterfield Blue Cigarettes sponsored many early Radio and Television Shows such as Glenn Millers Radio Show and early editions of Dragnet and Gunsmoke.