Some information about Parliament
Parliament is a brand of cigarettes marketed by the company Philip Morris. The brand was introduced in 1931 and is distinctive for its recessed paper filters. Parliaments are one of few brands of cigarettes on the mainstream market to feature a recessed paper filter.
Marketing campaigns by Philip Morris stated that the filter was designed to prevent tar from making contact with the smoker's mouth, thus making them lower in tar content as well as enhancing flavor.
Parliament make up 1.9% of U.S. cigarette sales, in contrast to the corporation's leading seller, Marlboro, which represent 41.1% of U.S. cigarette sales. Actor Charlie Sheen appeared in ads for Parliament in the 1990s. From the 1950s on the cigarette had a reputation for being popular among affluent smokers.
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