Senior Service (cigarette)

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Senior Service
Senior Service cigarettes pack, pic1.JPG
An old pack of Senior Service cigarettes
Product type Cigarette
Owner Gallaher Group, a division of Japan Tobacco
Introduced 1925

Senior Service is a brand of filterless cigarette made by the Gallaher Group division of Japan Tobacco, named after the nickname of the Royal Navy. The brand's emblem is a sailing ship. Originally launched in 1925 by J. A. Pattreiouex Ltd, a company that was acquired by Gallaher in 1937.[1] Senior Service is still available in various supermarkets throughout the United Kingdom, and is one of the most expensive brands available for purchase.

James Bond smokes Senior Service cigarettes in Ian Fleming's novels, ''The Spy Who Loved Me" and "Goldfinger".


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