This international brand is more than fifty years old. It was created by the famous entrepreneur Zino Davidoff. The Swiss licensor has granted International Tobacco Group exclusive rights to use the brand in Russia. Davidoff cigarettes are available in 96 countries. The brand is one of the most widely used in the world.
West cigarettes were introduced in Germany in 1981. They quickly became popular around the world for their value for money. From 1997 to 2005, West was the title sponsor of the McLaren Formula One team, with famous drivers David Coulthard and Mika Hakkinen racing for it then. Today, tobacco products of this brand are sold in more than 90 countries. West cigarettes have been on sale in Russia since 1997.
Jadé cigarettes were introduced in 2017 through successful rebranding of the brand Style. They are produced in the Super Slims format. The distinctive feature of Jadé cigarettes is high-quality tobacco combined with original and elegant packaging design.
The history of the brand Parker&Simpson dates back to 1877. It was introduced in Nottingham, England. At present, P&S cigarettes are sold in more than 63 countries. The brand first came to the Russian market in 2014. The entire range of P&S tobacco products manufactured in Russia meets high international quality standards.
Manchester cigarettes are a novelty introduced on the Russian tobacco market in 2023. Exclusive rights to produce this brand in Russia were granted to the Company by its British licensor.
Captain Jack is a new brand of premium cigarettes in the flavored tobacco products segment. A distinctive feature of Captain Jack is the high content of Virginia tobacco combined with natural flavors.
Maxim is one of the most popular local brands in Russia. Cigarettes of this brand have been produced by Volgograd Tobacco Factory since 1999. Today, they are sold in the Volga region, the Ural region, Siberia, and the Far East.
Balkanskaya Zvezda (Balkan Star)
A well-known Russian brand revived by the Company in 2023. The manufacture of Balkanskaya Zvezda (Balkan Star) cigarettes was first launched in 1993 at a tobacco factory in Yaroslavl bearing the same name. The oldest company in the industry, it was named in 1878 in honor of the Russian army’s Christmas Day victories over the Turks in the Balkans. In the 1990s and 2000s, the brand was very popular in Central Russia. Balkanskaya Zvezda (Balkan Star) cigarettes were among the top five best-selling tobacco products in the region.