BrandBritish Consols

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Brand British Consols

British Consols cigarettes were made in Canada by the Macdonald Tobacco Company. Originally introduced in the 1920s in a regular-sized, non-filtered format, it would later be made with in cork-tipped and filter-tipped varieties.

In the province of Québec, this brand was marketed as Consols, without the references to British colonialism, which would have proven offensive to Québeçois sensibilities. This sort of differential marketing would be seen within the Canadian tobacco market again during the 2000s, with J.T.I. Macdonald's Macdonald Special, and Rothmans Benson & Hedges' Canadian Classics/Québec Classiques.

British Consols were made until sometime in the 1970s, when they were discontinued.

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