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The outstanding history of camel cigarettes goes back to 1913, when the second most famous American tobacco company R.J. Reynolds Tobacco introduced them in the summer of 1913. In the same year the company made a mark by introducing an innovational packaging style which was hitherto unknown to the tobacco marketers. The brand got its name Camel™ for using Turkish paper in the simulation of then-stylish Egyptian cigarettes. Dromedary, an Arabian camel, with palm trees and pyramids in the background make a signature scene on most of the Camel cigarette packs. It seems that the image has been derived from an Egyptian board game knows as Hyena having an identical background scene.

In 1921, RJ Reynolds launched a highly successful advertisement campaign with a slogan of "walk a mile for a camel". About $8 million were spent to make this campaign successful and to attract smokers; therefore the company ended up selling 425 million packs of Camel cigarettes within one year of campaign. Interestingly, another promotion campaign used a phrase "Camels are coming", a parody of the old Scottish folk song stating "theCampbellsare coming".

Camel cigarettes were brought to the market with a milder taste than its contemporary cigarette brands. Among the historical cycles of camel cigarette, the most conspicuous time is that when soft packs of regular and unfiltered variety, commonly known as Camel Straights, were released. It achieved unrivalled height of popularity with Edward R. Murrow, the then famous newscaster smoking four packs of Camel Regulars every day.

In late 1987, RJ Reynolds introduced "Joe Camel" as the omen of good luck for Camel brand. However, American Medical Association published a report in 1991 calling upon RJ Reynolds to give up the Joe Camel campaign for younger children of five years were able to recognize Joe Camel more easily than Mickey Mouse, Bugs Bunny and Fred Flintstone. After long resistance, the campaign was worn off on July 10, 1997 and was replaced with an adult campaign appealing to adults while featuring exotic women in 1930s attire.

In 2005, Camel cigarettes included a blend of Turkish tobacco and Virginia tobacco in addition to featuring it on the pack and changing the pack design. These blends include Turkish Silvers, Turkish Gold, Turkish Jade and Turkish Royal. Turkish Royal encompasses the full flavor version, Turkish Gold the light version, Turkish Jade the menthol version and Turkish Silver the ultra light version of all three Turkish blends. It is pertinent to mention here that the Turkish tobacco used in Camel cigarettes comes with a distinguished odor when burned as compared to other typical cigarettes. It generally emits browner and darker smell. Nowerday it's easy to buy cheap cigarettes online in our store.

Brand Camel
Cigarettes in 1 carton 200
Contents of Nicotine From 1.0 to 0.6 mg/cig
Contents of Tar From 10.0 to 6.0 mg/cig
Pockets in 1 carton 10
Tar 10 mg/cig
Nicotine 0.8 mg/cig
Lenght Long, 84 mm (King Size)
Thickness Normal - 7.8 mm
Menthol No
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