HC Deb 06 February 1945 vol 407 cc1920-1W
Major Kimball

asked the Secretary of State for War whether he will give a list of the standard brands of pipe tobacco issued by the R.A.S.C. and available from the N.A.A.F.I. to the B.L.A.

Sir J. Grigg

The following brands of tobacco are bought for issue by the R.A.S.C. to the troops with the B.L.A.:

  • Players Navy Cut Medium.
  • Wills Capstan Navy Cut Medium.
  • Ogden's St. Bruno Flake.
  • Players Navy Mixture Medium.
  • Ogden's St. Julien.
  • Wills Westward Ho.
  • Players Airman Navy Cut.
  • Ogden's St. Julien Empire Blend.
  • Bells Three Nuns Empire Blend.
  • Faulkner's Tom Long
  • Players Airman Mixture.
  • Wills E.G. Smoking Mixture.
  • Two Flakes.
  • Rich Honeydew.
  • Craven Empire.
  • Denver Strips.

The following brands of tobacco are bought by N.A.A.F.I. for sale to troops in the B.L.A.:

  • State Express Mixture.
  • Balkan Sobranie.
  • Capstan Navy Cut and Mixture.
  • Cut Golden Bar.
  • Glasgow Mixture.
  • Gold Block.
  • Players Navy Cut.
  • Players Gold Leaf.
  • Players Mixture.
  • Players No Name.
  • St. Bruno.
  • St. Julien.
  • Three Nuns.
  • Three Castles.
  • Waverley Mixture.
  • Carreras Craven Mixture.
  • Carreras Curly Cut.
  • Bond of Union.
  • Escudo De Luxe.
  • John Cotton.
  • Four Square.
  • Gallahers Rich Dark Honey Dew
  • Park Drive.
  • Bondman.
  • Skipper.
  • Murray's Mellow Mixture.
  • Murray's Erinmore.
  • Barneys.
  • Afrikander
  • Classic Curly Cut.
  • Royal Seal.
  • Gainsborough.
  • Fryers Smoking Mixture.