Chesterfield cigarettes claim to be one of the oldest tobacco brands in North America. The history of the manufactory dates back to 1876. The first cigarettes of the famous brand were produced with a predominance of Virginia tobacco, but the recipe for the tobacco mixture was constantly undergoing changes, which resulted in adding Burley and Oriental tobacco varieties.
Thick white smoke, rich taste with a long-lasting aftertaste, and memorable aroma make this brand sought-after among male users. Chesterfield cigarettes changed owners several times, which influenced the positioning of the brand. As a result, the company managed to take a leading position in the American and British market and even come out on top in terms of the number of sales.
At the beginning of the 20th century, the Chesterfield brand was the most demandable in the United States and the United Kingdom. The manufacturer managed to achieve similar results in 50-80 years. The brand's success was based on proper marketing since popular musicians and actors advertised cigarettes. The future US President Ronald Reagan, cult actor James Dean, such famous personalities as Humphrey Bogart, Paul Breitner, Lucille Ball promoted the brand.
Today Chesterfield is owned by the multinational corporation Philip Morris International and is manufactured in North America and Europe. Chesterfield offers different types of cigarettes which will cater to the needs of multiple categories of users.