There have always been differences between cigar aficionados and cigarette smokers: whilst some think that cigars are the best thing ever, others prefer thinner sticks and their delicate taste. But what if one brand was to unite cigar and cigarette smokers?
Back in in 1974, J. Reynolds Tobacco decided to build a bridge between the opposing parties and made cigarettes that had a stronger flavor than usual smokes and contained more nicotine. They imitated imitate the look of cigarillos and were 120 mm long and featured a dark brown wrapper. Sometime later, the brand extended its offerings by introducing beige 100 mm cigarettes and menthol-flavored smokes.
Although J. Reynolds Tobacco does not advertise More cigarettes as much as they used to, these unique cigarettes still enjoy popularity among those who prefer stronger smokes.