Are you ready to find out what are the strongest cigarette brands in the USA?
What is so attractive in cigarettes that we just cannot stop smoking? Well, one of the main culprits for that is a widely known ingredient called nicotine. It causes addiction in a sense that it regulates stress level, and makes us calmer. If you think about it, people tend to smoke more when they are under bigger stress or in an unpleasant situation. If you want to find out more about it, check out 10 Cigarette Brands That Have The Highest Nicotine Content.
On the other hand, there are so-called “social smokers”, who tend to light up a cigarette only while sitting in bars, at parties or when somebody else is smoking beside them. And, although it may appear so, smoking this way is not less harmful. Even though “social smokers” smoke less, the instability in taking the percentage of nicotine, tar and every other cigarette ingredient could cause them health problems.
Those people who are passionate smokers and who go all the way, often think menthol or any kind of flavored cigarettes are not “real cigarettes”. The stronger the cigarette, the better the taste of tobacco and moreover, bigger enjoyment, some would say. But, what is it that makes a cigarette stronger? It is the percentage of tar and nicotine, which is therefore labelled on every package. Moreover, some other things can influence the strength as well – filters! It is common knowledge that unfiltered cigarettes have a stronger taste, because there is no additional reduction of additives through it. Before, in the 1970s those types of cigarettes were the only ones that were produced. Which unfiltered are the best you can check in our previous article about the Top 6 Unfiltered Cigarette Brands in America.
By the way, you can watch the video below to find out 7 cigarette brands that contain the lowest tar and nicotine.
Having in mind that percentage of nicotine and tar cause one cigarette to be stronger than the other, we compared cigarette brands from the Report 2006 and 2007 released under the Freedom of Information Act in 2012, in order to create our list. Moreover, we checked if each brand is selling in the USA and put also as an additional information percentage of carbon monoxide, whether they have a filter and in which type of package they come. For reference’s sake, all the ingredients are measured in milligrams per one cigarette. The ranking goes from the lowest average number of tar and nicotine to the highest one. Let’s check out the list of strongest cigarette brands in the USA!