There are ten packs of cigarettes in a cigarette, one pack is 20. The manufacturing method of cigarettes is to dry the tobacco and cut it into shreds, and then grow it into a circular barrel strip with a diameter of about 120mm and 10mm in paper roll. When smoking, ignite one end, and then suck out the smoke produced by incomplete combustion at the other end.
Cigarettes were first popular in Turkey. Local people like to roll up their cut tobacco with newspapers. In the Crimean War, British soldiers learned smoking methods from the soldiers of the Ottoman Empire at that time, and then spread to different places.
In 1558, sailors brought tobacco seeds back to Portugal and then spread all over Europe. In 1612, John Rolfe, a British colonial official, planted tobacco in a large area in Jamestown, Virginia, and began to trade in tobacco.
France began manufacturing the first batch of cigarettes for commercial sale on June 25, 1843. Tobacco was introduced into China in the mid-16th century. Drying tobacco was introduced at the beginning, with a planting history of more than 400 years.