Concept

Java (cigarette)

Summary
Java (Ява) is a Russian brand of cigarettes launched in 1966, currently owned and manufactured by British American Tobacco Russia, a subsidiary of British American Tobacco. History The Java brand was established in 1912. In 1966 was the first in the Soviet Union to produce filtered cigarettes. The composition of Java cigarettes included Indonesian tobacco from the island of Java. Today tobacco varieties are used in various parts of the world. For example, the supply of tobacco is carried out by Brazilian companies for growing tobacco, American, etc. The cigarettes are relatively cheap, but this does not affect the quality. Java comes in four varieties: regular Java, Java New (Novaya), Java Gold (Zolotaya), and Java Export. A pack of Java cigarettes contains of tar and of nicotine. Java Gold was released in 1997. In 2000, British American Tobacco Russia developed a new variant: Java Gold Original. In May 2011, the Java G
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