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St. Moritz was a luxury brand of cigarette produced by Dunhill International.
The brand was discontinued around 2016.
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I may be able to add a little value here, based on the good old days from the Australian domestic market.

The 'Luxury Length' referred to here was 95mm, Kings being 85mm. I was always a bit confused about that, I mean 95mm? Why not 100?

Though I believe (I haven't conformed), that since the change to RFR and Plain Packaging down here, the distinctive look has gone away, and they've been reduced to King Size all-whites.

I would buy a pack to check this out, but I don't know if anyone smokes them these days, and they'd most likely be stale (therefore unsmokable) on purchase. And smokes aren't cheap here. Having said that, I am on the search for 'The Perfect Menthol', so they're not off the list

Years back in my teen years, I was on good terms with a model who smoked these (two packs a day at least), absolutely gorgeous lady, a lovely person, and an unrepentant smoker. Sadly we lost touch and I haven't seen or heard from her in decades. I guess that's the way of things.
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