A brand of cigarette indroduced in 1954 by the R.J. Reynolds Tobacco Company. It quickly became the best selling brand in America. It held the Number 1 spot from 1966 to 1972, thanks to the successful marketing slogan "Winston tastes good like a cigarette should."

During the 1980s, Winston cigarettes became the most popular brand in Puerto Rico, probably because of their marketing "Winston y Puerto Rico: No hay nada mejor" ("Winston and Puerto Rico: There is nothing better"), as well as their cultural association with the "salsa sensual" or "salsa erotica" movement.
Guy 1: Hey can I have a cigarette?

Guy 2: Sure take a Winston Cigarette, there robust and full of flavor, additive free, and naturally smooth. They really do taste good like a cigarette should.

Guy 1: Wow thanks these Winston Cigarettes sure are robust and full of flavor.
by Winstons Rule October 07, 2009

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