Classic flavor. Regular king size.
Tar level: 8 mg, Nicotine level: 0.6 mg
Price for: 1 carton = 10 packs = 200 sticks.
Camel is one of the greatest tobacco brands all over the globe. The history of Camel cigarettes began in 1913, when the company RJR, which previously produced tobacco for pipes, decided to start producing cigarettes due to their growing popularity in the tobacco market. Previously, the company was called Red Camel, but after its transition to another owner, the name changed to Camel.
The brand's symbol is the well-known camel Joe, and the slogans of the advertising company were really unusual and impressive, which attracted the attention of customers around the world. The brand was promoted by the N. W. Aver advertising Agency.
Camel is almost the only cigarette whose design has not changed much in 95 years of existence on the market, and camel Joe is recognized all over the world not only among smokers, but also among non-smokers. Camel survived the competition with Marlboro, in 2000-2001 – rebranding, large-scale promotion project Camel Trophy.
Today, Camel packaging has become more modern and solid, but it still shows the camel Joe, pyramids and the Camel inscription.
Currently, Camel is available in the following flavors: Camel Lights, Camel Super Lights, Camel Filters, Camel Mild.
The Camel brand is popular to this day due to the unique taste and aroma obtained in the production process as a result of mixing light Virginia tobacco with dark Turkish.
Camel Filters is most consistent with the spirit of the product that was obtained as a result of re-design. It is the real successor of the classic product. It contains the highest dose of nicotine and tar (0.9 and 12 mg per cigarette), which occupy the leadership in the content of these substances.