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Camel Blue is a brand of cigarettes that was presented by American company R.J. Reynolds in 1913. Most popular Camel cigarettes contain a blend of Turkish tobacco and Virginia tobacco. In Early 2008, the mixture was changed as was the package design.
In 1913, R.J. Reynolds produced an innovation: the packaged cigarette! Most tobacco users who smoked cigarettes favoured to roll their own, and there was thought to be no national market for pre-packaged cigarettes. Reynolds worked to develop a flavour he believed would be more appetising than past products, by creating the Camel Blue cigarettes. Reynolds undercut adversaries on the cost of the cigarettes, and within a year, he had sold 425 million packs of Camels.
Camel cigarettes were initially mixed to have a milder taste in contrast to other names, at the time of its introduction. Other Cigarettes was rated much harsher. They were advanced promotions, before official release date, this was done by a conservative advertising campaign that included "teasers" which slightly stated that "the Camels are coming". This marketing style was a prototype for efforts to sway public opinion that coincided with the US. Different promotional tactics were used, they used a Circus camel, which was driven through the town and used to give free cigarettes away.