Do you have Prince Albert in a can? This classic prank call comes from this very tobacco, and people have used it from the start.
Introduced by the R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Company in 1907, it would stay with the company for 80 years before being sold to the John Middleton Tobacco Company in 1987.
This tobacco has always been made in the United States and continues to be a classic and iconic American brand. Its popularity has passed down generations, from grandfathers to grandsons, and that popularity does not seem to be disappearing any time soon.
A classic Burley blend, Prince Albert takes the Burley tobacco and mixes it with some Cavendish before cutting it ribbon style and packaging it into the famous can.
Have a tobacco your parents and grandparents enjoyed. Have Prince Albert in a can, and please let him out.