tobacco, selected according to specific blends and leaf grades to maintain the consistency and distinctive character of each brand
ingredients, added to many of our brands to keep the tobacco moist, aid the manufacturing process, replenish natural sugars lost during leaf curing, and contribute to each brand’s unique taste
nontobacco materials, such as cigarette paper and filters
When a smoker lights a cigarette, it starts a high-temperature reaction known as burning or combustion. Then the consumer draws air through the cigarette for a certain number of puffs, until the tobacco leaves and paper are completely burned to ash.