Pianissimo Peche

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Pianissimo Peche
Pianopeche.jpg
A photo of a jido hanbaiki containing the peach flavoured cigarettes.
Product type Cigarette
Owner Japan Tobacco

Pianissimo Peche are Japanese cigarettes produced by Japan Tobacco.

Cigarette description[edit]

The word "Pianissimo" refers to the musical dynamics and volumes of sounds or notes. The word pêche is a French term meaning "peach," as well as the peach taste that the cigarettes contain. Produced and sold almost exclusively in Japan, the cigarettes are sold as 20 Cigarettes Per Pack, 10 Packs Per Carton, and 200 Cigarettes Per Carton.[1][2][3]

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