Cigarettes are differentiated by their strength (the level of tar and nicotine contained in cigarettes) and by their flavor (regular, flavored, menthol cigarettes).
If talking about strong cigarettes they contain from 1 to 2 mg of nicotine and are usually sold in packs with red colors (such as Marlboro Red, Winston Classic or Chesterfield Classic Red) and more rarely in packs with black tints.
This type of cigarettes in its turn is divided into filter cigarettes (for example, Camel Filters) and non-filter cigarettes (Camel Unfiltered accordingly).
Non-filter cigarettes are the strongest ones but also they are the most harmful cigarettes as having no filter all the tar and other harmful substances get straight into the smokers lungs.
Sometimes smokers may call strong cigarettes full flavor cigarettes which means - not light or ultra light. As can be seen from the name these cigarettes provide the utmost effect and flavor when smoked.
If speaking of strong cigarette a man may smoke to his heartís content easier and more quickly, as fewer cigarettes have to be smoked to get the desired effect and flavor.
Thus we may even call them cheap cigarettes, as they literally help to save some money.
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