If you want to know what are the strongest cigarette brands in USA, keep reading with us. Insider Monkey has recently published an interesting article about this topic. As for me, I tried cigarette when I was five, I think. My elder brother encouraged me, and we smoked from our father’s cigarettes. It was horrible. I coughed, my eyes were in tears. It is very interesting because I began smoking only three years ago. I smoke menthol flavored cigarettes, which is eventually the most popular flavor, and my cigarettes aren’t strong.
Smoking can cause lung cancer, and many other serious and fatal diseases. In addition, their advertising has decreased compared to previous years, as well as the sales rate, according to Federal Trade Commission Cigarettes Report from 2013. However, even though the public is well introduced with anti-smoking campaigns and movements, there are still a big number of smokers all over the world. . It is very interesting because I began smoking only three years ago. I smoke menthol flavored cigarettes, which is eventually the most popular flavor.
Now without a further ado let’s see what Insider Monkey has investigated for us. We have picked three cigarette brands from their list.
The first brand is Rothmans. The company was founded by Louis Rothman. Even though they are European brand of cigarettes, they are very popular in the USA as well. The strongest ones are with filter and in a hard blue package. The second brand is Sonoma. Out of so many options – Sonoma Blue 100’s, Sonoma Gold 100’s, Sonoma Menthol Dark Green 100’s – which one do you think is the strongest one? From our report, it is the one without a filter, in a soft package and with full flavor and it takes the 15th place on our list of the strongest cigarette brands in the USA. The third one is Tourney. It is an American cigarette brand produced by the Liggett Group, Inc. They were originally called “Tourney Lights”, but in one moment they changed the name into “Tourney Gold”. There are many varieties in flavor, length and packages’ color.
For any further interesting information read Insider Monkey’s article about 20 strongest cigarette brands in USA.