LD cigarettes are manufactured by Gallaher Group, multinational tobacco giant, based in the United Kingdom. This company was established in 1857 in Northern Ireland. The main markets of the company are in the United Kingdom and Europe, with small presence in the Asian market. Gallaher Group is the third largest tobacco manufacturing company in the UK, after British American Tobacco and Imperial Tobacco.
With a flow of time, the design of the LD cigarette packs and their price range has changed, depending on the demands of the smokers and government imposition of taxes on tobacco manufacturing. Nevertheless, the one thing that never changes is the highest quality of these cigarettes.
They are made in compliance with the best traditions of tobacco manufacturing. LD cigarettes consist of two tobacco blends, Virginia and Burley, which are imported from Turkey and Brazil. The taste of LD cigarettes is similar to L&M cigarettes. By the way, the design of the packs is similar as well.
LD Red, strong cigarettes with 12 mg and 0.8 mg of nicotine, which are available, both in hard and soft packs;
LD Blue a milder version with 8 mg of tar and 0.6 mg of nicotine, also available in hard and soft packs;
LD Silver – the cigarettes of this line with 4 mg of tar and 0.4 mg of nicotine.
There also new and stylish innovations to the brand, such as LD Club Gold with 7 mg of tar and 0.6 mg of nicotine, LD Club Platinum with 4 mg of tar and 0.4 mg of nicotine. In order to satisfy recent demand for Super Slim cigarettes, the company has recently launched a new line of LD Superslims, which comprises such types as LD Amber Super Slims, LD Pink Super Slims, and LD Violet Super Slims.