Chesterfield brand can truly be listed among the legendary American cigarette brand. Chesterfield, manufactured by Philip Morris was a bit hit at the beginning of the 20 th century. However, in a couple decades its fame vanished and the brand went in decline.
Now one can only find it in Europe, as promotion campaigns in America had been voided for quite a while even before the tobacco advertisements of all sort have been banned. Philip Morris bought Liggett & Myers Tobacco Company, which was manufacturing Chesterfield cigarettes in 1999. Cigarettes received such name because the company plant was initially in Chesterfield County, Virginia, United States.
At the moment, this brand is considered the economy one and you can buy Chesterfield for quite a reasonable price. Low price and high quality have made Chesterfield cigarettes very popular amid millions of smokers. After the re-branding packs of Chesterfield cigarettes became decorated with stylish patterns.
Currently, there is a great variety of labels of this brand, the most demanded of which are Classic:
Chesterfield Red – the strongest, which contains 10 mg of tar and 0.8 mg of nicotine;
Chesterfield Bronze the version of Chesterfield Cigarettes, which has only 4 mg of tar and 0.4 mg of nicotine.
To satisfy modern demand for long, slim cigarettes, Chesterfield also launched slims production line and now those smokers who prefer slim cigarettes can enjoy Chesterfield Ivory Super Slims and Chesterfield Agate Super Slims.