Parliament (cigarette) – wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Parliaments are one of few brands of cigarettes on the mainstream market to feature a recessed paper filter. Marketing campaigns by Philip Morris stated that the filter was designed to prevent tar from making contact with the smoker’s mouth, thus making them lower in tar content as well as enhancing flavor. 2

U.S. Varieties edit

Parliaments are sold in the following varieties

  • Blue Pack (Full Flavor) Kings Box
  • White Pack (Lights) Kings Soft and Box
  • White Pack (Lights) 100’s Soft and Box
  • Silver Pack (Ultra Lights) Kings Box

Menthol edit

  • Green Pack (Menthol Full Flavor) Kings Box
  • White Pack (Menthol Lights) Kings & 100’s Box
  • Silver Pack (Menthol Ultra Lights) Kings Box

Market edit

Parliament make up 1.7% of Philip Morris sales, in contrast to the corporation’s leading seller, Marlboro, which represent 41.1% of Philip Morris sales. 4 5 Actor Charlie Sheen appeared in ads for Parliament in the 1990s. 6

See also edit

  • Nicotine
  • Tobacco smoking
  • Altria (Formerly Philip Morris)

References edit

Cigarettes and chocolate milk – wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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