Red & White cigarettes

Red & White cigarettes are fabricated by Phillip Morris Tobacco Company, also known as Altria Group, one of the biggest and leading companies in tobacco business in the United States and around the world.
The history of what is now a worldwide company can be traced back to Philip Morris's 1847 opening of a solitary shop on London's Bond Street, selling tobacco and ready-made Cigarettes. On Mr Morris's death, the industry was taken over by his wife Margaret and his brother Leopold. In 1881 the corporation went public, Leopold Morris joining Joseph Grunebaum to establish Philip Morris & Company and Grunebaum, Ltd. This partnership was dissolved in 1885 and the company became known as Philip Morris & Co., Ltd. The company lastly left the founding family's control in 1894, when it was taken over by William Curtis Thomson and his family. Under Thomson, the company was appointed tobacconist to King Edward VII and, in 1902, was incorporated in New York, by Gustav Eckmeyer. Ownership was split 50-50 between the British parent and American partners. Eckmeyer had been sole agent for Philip Morris in the US since 1872, importing and selling English-made Cigarettes. 1919 was a critical year for the company. It saw the beginning of the Philip Morris coronet logo, the acquisition of the Philip Morris Company in the US by a new compact owned by American stockholders, and its incorporation in Virginia under the name of Philip Morris & Co., Ltd., Inc. By the end of the next decade, the company had begun to manufacture Cigarettes in its factory in Richmond, Virginia; in 1924, what was to become its most famous brand, Marlboro, was introduced. By the mid-1950s the company had become a part of American culture and soon after launched Philip Morris International to manufacture and market its products around the world. The name originated from the color of its pack, which is Red & White. In this way it would be easier for the smokers to remember the brand. Its name speaks for itself. "Red" can mean success or power and "white" is felicity or conformity. It is unusual for a cigarette to be named after warm colors such as red and white. Some regard the color as symbolic, red means winners and white means uniqueness. This completely describes the Red & White cigarettes not only for their winning flavor but also because the taste of their cigarettes is very unique, something that is not very common among all the different brands of cigarettes there are to choose from.
The smokers can feel that they are smoking a different and unique cigarette with each inhale. This brand of cigarette is still new in the market but already gained popularity all over the world. Each inhalation of a Red & White cigarette can take a smoker to the plantations of Virginia and Burley tobaccos.
Red & White cigarettes have three flavors. They are the Red & White (Original), Red & White Lights and Red & White Super Lights. It is very popular in Europe and in other countries of the world. These cigarettes are very competitive in the market due to its affordable price and good quality. Its taste is remarkable and from the look of the sales, many buyers will agree. It is made of the finest American blended tobacco. It is prepared in a particular technique, which makes it special. It has special additives that make the taste and flavor of Red & White cigarettes unique. The high quality and moderate price of the cigarette makes it so famous in the market today because the Red & White brand has accomplished making not only a great cigarette but also making it affordable.
The smoker can feel delight in each cigarette because of their great flavor and smooth taste. Try these cigarettes and taste the incomprehensible feeling it can give you. With its aroma, one can feel that he is taken to another world that is full of flavor and great taste each and every time he smokes.

Paper wrap of cigarette

Though seemingly innocuous, cigarette paper is largely responsible for the rate at which a cigarette burns and the amount and density of the smoke it produces. The paper displays a pattern of concentric circle striations called "burn rings." The burn rings correspond to two different thicknesses in the paper, which serve to precisely control the speed at which the cigarette burns, slowing it automatically when the smoker is not inhaling in order to prolong the cigarette's consumption and speeding it up as the smoker takes a drag so as to maximize smoke intake. In addition, like the tobacco, the cigarette paper contains a host of chemicals, among them titanium oxide, which accelerates and maintains burning so the cigarette does not go out and the smoke is delivered evenly with each puff. These chemicals have contributed to many cigarette-caused fires, a problem that some manufacturers have not addressed until recently.