In 1963 Liggett & Myers introduced the Lark brand with its trademark charcoal filter in an effort to halt a five year downward drift in sales. 1 The distinguishing feature of the brand, both in terms of physical characteristics and taste was the 3 piece “Keith” filter, the middle section of which contains small charcoal granules, which purportedly reduces the harshness of the cigarette’s smoke.

Liggett & Myers underwent several corporate name changes over the ensuing years but kept the Lark brand in their product mix until 1998, when Liggett Vector Brands Inc. sold Lark, along with the L&M & Chesterfield brands, for $300 million to Philip Morris Companies Inc., later known as the Altria Group. (The sale involved only domestic rights Philip Morris already owned the international rights to the three brands, which it had purchased in the late 1970s.) 2 As of 2008, Lark continues to be manufactured and sold by Philip Morris USA, a subsidiary of Altria Group. 3

Since its introduction and despite several prominent advertising campaigns, Lark has never held a large share of the U.S. cigarette market. As of 2008 update , the brand had less than 1% of the U.S. market share, but was extremely popular in Japan. citation needed

Packaging and ingredients edit

Lark is currently sold in the following packages

  • Lark Red Pack (Full Flavor) Soft Kings and 100s
  • Lark White Pack (Lights) Soft Kings and 100s

The Lark Soft Pack contains the following ingredients (listed in descending order by weight) and tar and nicotine content 4

  • Tobacco
  • Clove
  • Water
  • Sugars (Sucrose and/or Invert Sugar and/or High Fructose Corn Syrup)
  • Propylene Glycol
  • Glycerol
  • Licorice Extract
  • Diammonium Phosphate
  • Ammonium Hydroxide
  • Cocoa and Cocoa Products
  • Carob Bean and Extract
  • Natural and Artificial Flavors
  • Tar (12 mg)
  • Nicotine (1.0 mg)

Lark which is sold in Japan

  • Lark Full Flavor(Soft/Box/100’s Box)
  • Lark Milds(Soft/Box/100’s Box)
  • Lark Classic Milds(Box)
  • Lark Super Milds(Box/100’s Box)
  • Lark Extra Milds(Box/100’s Box)
  • Lark Ultra One(Box/100’s Box)
  • Lark Menthol X(Box)
  • Lark Milds Menthol(Box)
  • Lark Super Menthol(Box)
  • Lark Ultra Menthol(Box/100’s Box)
  • Lark Mint Splash(Box(Menthol Mint Capsule))

Advertising history edit

From its introduction in 1963, the brand came in a maroon colored package with white print (the trademark shield was initially white but was soon changed to gold along with some of the other graphics). And for most of the brand s life it has sported the motto Richly Rewarding, yet Uncommonly Smooth.

Although Philip Morris continues to promote the brand heavily in Japan, it receives little to no domestic advertising. This would explain why its share of the U.S. market has declined over the years since experts generally agree that cigarette brands usually lose market share when they are no longer promoted. 5

Past advertising campaigns, however, have been conspicuous. As expected, much of the advertising, particularly that in print, centered on the charcoal filter and its effect on taste. 6 Probably the most extensively run and best remembered advertisement, however, was a television spot from the 1960s in which an off screen narrator exhorted those on the street to show us your Lark pack. Meanwhile, throughout the piece the William Tell Overture blared while the words have a Lark, have a Lark, have a Lark today were sung to the overture s melody. Everyone it seemed had a pack of Larks and was only too happy to show them. 1

Another notable advertisement campaign from the early 1970s featured a hot air balloon with the Lark brand name and colors, as seen here 2 and here 3 . The balloon was a symbol for the “smoothness” of Lark cigarettes. 4

Lark was also advertised in the 1980s with James Bond style appearances by Timothy Dalton and Roger Moore. Future Bond Pierce Brosnan also advertised Larks in two commercials that aired only in Japan.

Parodies edit

  • On George Carlin’s album FM & AM, Carlin insinuates that “Show us your Lark” is a hidden sexual innuendo he remarks, “Don’t try that Lark thing in the Bowery those guys will show you their Larks, man.”
  • A parody of the commercial was created by comedian Stan Freberg for Jeno’s Pizza Rolls. In it, tuxedo clad partygoers are asked to show their packages of frozen Jeno’s Pizza Rolls and they do. Ultimately a Lark executive (Barney Phillips) complains about the use of the music followed by the appearance of the Lone Ranger and Tonto asking the Lark executive about the same thing. 7
  • A similar parody was presented in a fake commercial for Saturday Night Live during its first season, where the announcer urged everyone to “show us your guns”, in a similar manner as the Lark commercial, minus the singing. The parody first aired on SNL’s very first episode on October 11, 1975. 8

Health concerns edit

Because of its unique activated charcoal filter, from its inception Lark has been the subject of inquiry into whether it is safer or more harmful than cigarettes in general.

According to Anne Landman with the American Lung Association of Colorado, “The technique used in the marketing of Lark through hospitals and the medical profession was exactly similar to that used in the marketing of Kent in 1952.” Ms. Landman’s research, which she began in 1998, further reveals that Liggett & Myer’s marketing campaign several months before the release of the Surgeon General’s 1964 Report on Smoking and Health was directed at creating the rumor that medical scientists endorsed Lark as the safest cigarette. This marketing technique is credited for Lark’s sales surpassing those of Kent in the Buffalo area and nearly doing so in the Houston area. 9

Perhaps the biggest controversy about the reputed safety of Lark cigarettes was created by the publication of It Is Safe to Smoke by scientist Lloyd Mallan. Mallan recounts the findings of numerous scientists who all conclude based on the research conducted that smoking can be rendered harmless or considerablely less harmful if the cigarette is equipped with a charcoal filter. The only other brand in the United States at the time with a charcoal filter was Tareyton, whose filter had a different structure from Lark and was deemed to be less effective. 10 Hawthorne Publishing, however, took the book off the market in 1967 after a congressional investigation was launched into allegations that the tobacco industry had financed it. 11

Subsequent research questioned whether the charcoal filter might have actually made Lark a more dangerous cigarette. A paper published in March 1997 by J.L. Pauly, et al., offered the following conclusion

Charcoal granules are incorporated into cigarette filters to aid in removing toxins in cigarette smoke. In studies of Lark, a popular American cigarette with a charcoal filter, charcoal granules were observed on the filter surface, and were released from the filter when the cigarettes were smoked. During smoking, the toxin containing charcoal granules are inhaled or ingested. The specific adverse health effects of inhaling or ingesting carbon granules have not been addressed nevertheless, the smoker, as an educated consumer, should be informed of the possible health risks.


References edit

Cigarette ingredients – chemicals in cigarettes

More Ingredientsin a Cigarette &bull Acetanisole
&bull Acetic Acid
&bull Acetoin
&bull Acetophenone
&bull 6 Acetoxydihydrotheaspirane
&bull 2 Acetyl 3 Ethylpyrazine
&bull 2 Acetyl 5 Methylfuran
&bull Acetylpyrazine
&bull 2 Acetylpyridine
&bull 3 Acetylpyridine
&bull 2 Acetylthiazole
&bull Aconitic Acid
&bull dl Alanine
&bull Alfalfa Extract
&bull Allspice Extract,Oleoresin, and Oil
&bull Allyl Hexanoate
&bull Allyl Ionone
&bull Almond Bitter Oil
&bull Ambergris Tincture
&bull Ammonia
&bull Ammonium Bicarbonate
&bull Ammonium Hydroxide
&bull Ammonium Phosphate Dibasic
&bull Ammonium Sulfide
&bull Amyl Alcohol
&bull Amyl Butyrate
&bull Amyl Formate
&bull Amyl Octanoate
&bull alpha Amylcinnamaldehyde
&bull Amyris Oil
&bull trans Anethole
&bull Angelica Root Extract, Oil and Seed Oil
&bull Anise
&bull Anise Star, Extract and Oils
&bull Anisyl Acetate
&bull Anisyl Alcohol
&bull Anisyl Formate
&bull Anisyl Phenylacetate
&bull Apple Juice Concentrate, Extract, and Skins
&bull Apricot Extract and Juice Concentrate
&bull 1 Arginine
&bull Asafetida Fluid Extract And Oil
&bull Ascorbic Acid
&bull 1 Asparagine Monohydrate
&bull 1 Aspartic Acid
&bull Balsam Peru and Oil
&bull Basil Oil
&bull Bay Leaf, Oil and Sweet Oil
&bull Beeswax White
&bull Beet Juice Concentrate
&bull Benzaldehyde
&bull Benzaldehyde Glyceryl Acetal
&bull Benzoic Acid, Benzoin
&bull Benzoin Resin
&bull Benzophenone
&bull Benzyl Alcohol
&bull Benzyl Benzoate
&bull Benzyl Butyrate
&bull Benzyl Cinnamate
&bull Benzyl Propionate
&bull Benzyl Salicylate
&bull Bergamot Oil
&bull Bisabolene
&bull Black Currant Buds Absolute
&bull Borneol
&bull Bornyl Acetate
&bull Buchu Leaf Oil
&bull 1,3 Butanediol
&bull 2,3 Butanedione
&bull 1 Butanol
&bull 2 Butanone
&bull 4(2 Butenylidene) 3,5,5 Trimethyl 2 Cyclohexen 1 One
&bull Butter, Butter Esters, and Butter Oil
&bull Butyl Acetate
&bull Butyl Butyrate
&bull Butyl Butyryl Lactate
&bull Butyl Isovalerate
&bull Butyl Phenylacetate
&bull Butyl Undecylenate
&bull 3 Butylidenephthalide
&bull Butyric Acid
&bull Cadinene
&bull Caffeine
&bull Calcium Carbonate
&bull Camphene
&bull Cananga Oil
&bull Capsicum Oleoresin
&bull Caramel Color
&bull Caraway Oil
&bull Carbon Dioxide
&bull Cardamom Oleoresin, Extract, Seed Oil, and Powder
&bull Carob Bean and Extract
&bull beta Carotene
&bull Carrot Oil
&bull Carvacrol
&bull 4 Carvomenthenol
&bull 1 Carvone
&bull beta Caryophyllene
&bull beta Caryophyllene Oxide
&bull Cascarilla Oil and Bark Extract
&bull Cassia Bark Oil
&bull Cassie Absolute and Oil
&bull Castoreum Extract, Tincture and Absolute
&bull Cedar Leaf Oil
&bull Cedarwood Oil Terpenes and Virginiana
&bull Cedrol
&bull Celery Seed Extract, Solid, Oil, And Oleoresin
&bull Cellulose Fiber
&bull Chamomile Flower Oil And Extract
&bull Chicory Extract
&bull Chocolate
&bull Cinnamaldehyde
&bull Cinnamic Acid
&bull Cinnamon Leaf Oil, Bark Oil, and Extract
&bull Cinnamyl Acetate
&bull Cinnamyl Alcohol
&bull Cinnamyl Cinnamate
&bull Cinnamyl Isovalerate
&bull Cinnamyl Propionate
&bull Citral
&bull Citric Acid
&bull Citronella Oil
&bull dl Citronellol
&bull Citronellyl Butyrate
&bull itronellyl Isobutyrate
&bull Civet Absolute
&bull Clary Oil
&bull Clover Tops, Red Solid Extract
&bull Cocoa
&bull Cocoa Shells, Extract, Distillate And Powder
&bull Coconut Oil
&bull Coffee
&bull Cognac White and Green Oil
&bull Copaiba Oil
&bull Coriander Extract and Oil
&bull Corn Oil
&bull Corn Silk
&bull Costus Root Oil
&bull Cubeb Oil
&bull Cuminaldehyde
&bull para Cymene
&bull 1 Cysteine Dandelion Root Solid Extract
&bull Davana Oil
&bull 2 trans, 4 trans Decadienal
&bull delta Decalactone
&bull gamma Decalactone
&bull Decanal
&bull Decanoic Acid
&bull 1 Decanol
&bull 2 Decenal
&bull Dehydromenthofurolactone
&bull Diethyl Malonate
&bull Diethyl Sebacate
&bull 2,3 Diethylpyrazine
&bull Dihydro Anethole
&bull 5,7 Dihydro 2 Methylthieno(3,4 D) Pyrimidine
&bull Dill Seed Oil and Extract
&bull meta Dimethoxybenzene
&bull para Dimethoxybenzene
&bull 2,6 Dimethoxyphenol
&bull Dimethyl Succinate
&bull 3,4 Dimethyl 1,2 Cyclopentanedione
&bull 3,5 Dimethyl 1,2 Cyclopentanedione
&bull 3,7 Dimethyl 1,3,6 Octatriene
&bull 4,5 Dimethyl 3 Hydroxy 2,5
Dihydrofuran 2 One
&bull 6,10 Dimethyl 5,9 Undecadien
2 One
&bull 3,7 Dimethyl 6 Octenoic Acid
&bull 2,4 Dimethylacetophenone
&bull alpha,para Dimethylbenzyl Alcohol
&bull alpha,alpha Dimethylphenethyl Acetate
&bull alpha,alpha Dimethylphenethyl Butyrate
&bull 2,3 Dimethylpyrazine
&bull 2,5 Dimethylpyrazine
&bull 2,6 Dimethylpyrazine
&bull Dimethyltetrahydrobenzofuranone
&bull delta Dodecalactone
&bull gamma Dodecalactone
&bull para Ethoxybenzaldehyde
&bull Ethyl 10 Undecenoate
&bull Ethyl 2 Methylbutyrate
&bull Ethyl Acetate
&bull Ethyl Acetoacetate
&bull Ethyl Alcohol
&bull Ethyl Benzoate
&bull Ethyl Butyrate
&bull Ethyl Cinnamate
&bull Ethyl Decanoate
&bull Ethyl Fenchol
&bull Ethyl Furoate
&bull Ethyl Heptanoate
&bull Ethyl Hexanoate
&bull Ethyl Isovalerate
&bull Ethyl Lactate
&bull Ethyl Laurate
&bull Ethyl Levulinate
&bull Ethyl Maltol
&bull Ethyl Methyl Phenylglycidate
&bull Ethyl Myristate
&bull Ethyl Nonanoate
&bull Ethyl Octadecanoate
&bull Ethyl Octanoate
&bull Ethyl Oleate
&bull Ethyl Palmitate
&bull Ethyl Phenylacetate
&bull Ethyl Propionate
&bull Ethyl Salicylate
&bull Ethyl trans 2 Butenoate
&bull Ethyl Valerate
&bull Ethyl Vanillin
&bull 2 Ethyl (or Methyl) (3,5 and 6) Methoxypyrazine
&bull 2 Ethyl 1 Hexanol, 3 Ethyl 2
Hydroxy 2 Cyclopenten 1 One
&bull 2 Ethyl 3, (5 or 6) Dimethylpyrazine
&bull 5 Ethyl 3 Hydroxy 4 Methyl 2 (5H) Furanone
&bull 2 Ethyl 3 Methylpyrazine
&bull 4 Ethylbenzaldehyde
&bull 4 Ethylguaiacol
&bull para Ethylphenol
&bull 3 Ethylpyridine
&bull Eucalyptol
&bull Farnesol
&bull D Fenchone
&bull Fennel Sweet Oil
&bull Fenugreek, Extract, Resin, and Absolute
&bull Fig Juice Concentrate
&bull Food Starch Modified
&bull Furfuryl Mercaptan
&bull 4 (2 Furyl) 3 Buten 2 One
&bull Galbanum Oil
&bull Genet Absolute
&bull Gentian Root Extract
&bull Geraniol
&bull Geranium Rose Oil
&bull Geranyl Acetate
&bull Geranyl Butyrate
&bull Geranyl Formate
&bull Geranyl Isovalerate
&bull Geranyl Phenylacetate
&bull Ginger Oil and Oleoresin
&bull 1 Glutamic Acid
&bull 1 Glutamine
&bull Glycerol
&bull Glycyrrhizin Ammoniated
&bull Grape Juice Concentrate
&bull Guaiac Wood Oil
&bull Guaiacol
&bull Guar Gum
&bull 2,4 Heptadienal
&bull gamma Heptalactone
&bull Heptanoic Acid
&bull 2 Heptanone
&bull 3 Hepten 2 One
&bull 2 Hepten 4 One
&bull 4 Heptenal
&bull trans 2 Heptenal
&bull Heptyl Acetate
&bull omega 6 Hexadecenlactone
&bull gamma Hexalactone
&bull Hexanal
&bull Hexanoic Acid
&bull 2 Hexen 1 Ol
&bull 3 Hexen 1 Ol
&bull cis 3 Hexen 1 Yl Acetate
&bull 2 Hexenal
&bull 3 Hexenoic Acid
&bull trans 2 Hexenoic Acid
&bull cis 3 Hexenyl Formate
&bull Hexyl 2 Methylbutyrate
&bull Hexyl Acetate
&bull Hexyl Alcohol
&bull Hexyl Phenylacetate
&bull 1 Histidine
&bull Honey
&bull Hops Oil
&bull Hydrolyzed Milk Solids
&bull Hydrolyzed Plant Proteins
&bull 5 Hydroxy 2,4 Decadienoic Acid delta Lactone
&bull 4 Hydroxy 2,5 Dimethyl 3(2H)
&bull 2 Hydroxy 3,5,5 Trimethyl 2 Cyclohexen 1 One
&bull 4 Hydroxy 3 Pentenoic Acid Lactone
&bull 2 Hydroxy 4 Methylbenzaldehyde
&bull 4 Hydroxybutanoic Acid Lactone
&bull Hydroxycitronellal
&bull 6 Hydroxydihydrotheaspirane
&bull 4 (para Hydroxyphenyl) 2 Butanone
&bull Hyssop Oil
&bull Immortelle Absolute and Extract
&bull alpha Ionone
&bull beta Ionone
&bull alpha Irone
&bull Isoamyl Acetate
&bull Isoamyl Benzoate
&bull Isoamyl Butyrate
&bull Isoamyl Cinnamate
&bull Isoamyl Formate, IsoamylHexanoate
&bull Isoamyl Isovalerate
&bull Isoamyl Octanoate
&bull Isoamyl Phenylacetate
&bull Isobornyl Acetate
&bull Isobutyl Acetate
&bull Isobutyl Alcohol
&bull Isobutyl Cinnamate
&bull Isobutyl Phenylacetate
&bull Isobutyl Salicylate
&bull 2 Isobutyl 3 Methoxypyrazine
&bull alpha Isobutylphenethyl Alcohol
&bull Isobutyraldehyde
&bull Isobutyric Acid
&bull d,l Isoleucine
&bull alpha Isomethylionone
&bull 2 Isopropylphenol
&bull Isovaleric Acid
&bull Jasmine Absolute, Concrete and Oil
&bull Kola Nut Extract
&bull Labdanum Absolute and Oleoresin
&bull Lactic Acid
&bull Lauric Acid
&bull Lauric Aldehyde
&bull Lavandin Oil
&bull Lavender Oil
&bull Lemon Oil and Extract
&bull Lemongrass Oil
&bull 1 Leucine
&bull Levulinic Acid
&bull Licorice Root, Fluid, Extract
and Powder
&bull Lime Oil
&bull Linalool
&bull Linalool Oxide
&bull Linalyl Acetate
&bull Linden Flowers
&bull Lovage Oil And Extract
&bull 1 Lysine
&bull Mace Powder, Extract and Oil
&bull Magnesium Carbonate
&bull Malic Acid
&bull Malt and Malt Extract
&bull Maltodextrin
&bull Maltol
&bull Maltyl Isobutyrate
&bull Mandarin Oil
&bull Maple Syrup and Concentrate
&bull Mate Leaf, Absolute and Oil
&bull para Mentha 8 Thiol 3 One
&bull Menthol
&bull Menthone
&bull Menthyl Acetate
&bull dl Methionine
&bull Methoprene
&bull 2 Methoxy 4 Methylphenol
&bull 2 Methoxy 4 Vinylphenol
&bull para Methoxybenzaldehyde
&bull 1 (para Methoxyphenyl) 1 Penten 3 One
&bull 4 (para Methoxyphenyl) 2 Butanone
&bull 1 (para Methoxyphenyl) 2 Propanone
&bull Methoxypyrazine
&bull Methyl 2 Furoate
&bull Methyl 2 Octynoate
&bull Methyl 2 Pyrrolyl Ketone
&bull Methyl Anisate
&bull Methyl Anthranilate
&bull Methyl Benzoate
&bull Methyl Cinnamate
&bull Methyl Dihydrojasmonate
&bull Methyl Ester of Rosin, Partially Hydrogenated
&bull Methyl Isovalerate
&bull Methyl Linoleate (48%)
&bull Methyl Linolenate (52%) Mixture
&bull Methyl Naphthyl Ketone
&bull Methyl Nicotinate
&bull Methyl Phenylacetate
&bull Methyl Salicylate
&bull Methyl Sulfide
&bull 3 Methyl 1 Cyclopentadecanone
&bull 4 Methyl 1 Phenyl 2 Pentanone
&bull 5 Methyl 2 Phenyl 2 Hexenal
&bull 5 Methyl 2 Thiophene carboxaldehyde
&bull 6 Methyl 3, 5 Heptadien 2 One
&bull 2 Methyl 3 (para Isopropylphenyl) Propionaldehyde
&bull 5 Methyl 3 Hexen 2 One
&bull 1 Methyl 3Methoxy 4 Isopropylbenzene
&bull 4 Methyl 3 Pentene 2 One
&bull 2 Methyl 4 Phenylbutyraldehyde
&bull 6 Methyl 5 Hepten 2 One
&bull 4 Methyl 5 Thiazoleethanol
&bull 4 Methyl 5 Vinylthiazole
&bull Methyl alpha Ionone
&bull Methyl trans 2 Butenoic Acid
&bull 4 Methylacetophenone
&bull para Methylanisole
&bull alpha Methylbenzyl Acetate
&bull alpha Methylbenzyl Alcohol
&bull 2 Methylbutyraldehyde
&bull 3 Methylbutyraldehyde
&bull 2 Methylbutyric Acid
&bull alpha Methylcinnamaldehyde
&bull Methylcyclopentenolone
&bull 2 Methylheptanoic Acid
&bull 2 Methylhexanoic Acid
&bull 3 Methylpentanoic Acid
&bull 4 Methylpentanoic Acid
&bull 2 Methylpyrazine
&bull 5 Methylquinoxaline
&bull 2 Methyltetrahydrofuran 3 One
&bull (Methylthio)Methylpyrazine (Mixture Of Isomers)
&bull 3 Methylthiopropionaldehyde
&bull Methyl 3 Methylthiopropionate
&bull 2 Methylvaleric Acid
&bull Mimosa Absolute and Extract
&bull Molasses Extract and Tincture
&bull Mountain Maple Solid Extract
&bull Mullein Flowers
&bull Myristaldehyde
&bull Myristic Acid
&bull Myrrh Oil
&bull beta Napthyl Ethyl Ether
&bull Nerol
&bull Neroli Bigarde Oil
&bull Nerolidol
&bull Nona 2 trans,6 cis Dienal
&bull 2,6 Nonadien 1 Ol
&bull gamma Nonalactone
&bull Nonanal
&bull Nonanoic Acid
&bull Nonanone
&bull trans 2 Nonen 1 Ol
&bull 2 Nonenal
&bull Nonyl Acetate
&bull Nutmeg Powder and Oil
&bull Oak Chips Extract and Oil
&bull Oak Moss Absolute
&bull 9,12 Octadecadienoic Acid (48%)
And 9,12,15 Octadecatrienoic Acid (52%)
&bull delta Octalactone
&bull gamma Octalactone
&bull Octanal
&bull Octanoic Acid
&bull 1 Octanol
&bull 2 Octanone
&bull 3 Octen 2 One
&bull 1 Octen 3 Ol
&bull 1 Octen 3 Yl Acetate
&bull 2 Octenal
&bull Octyl Isobutyrate
&bull Oleic Acid
&bull Olibanum Oil
&bull Opoponax Oil And Gum
&bull Orange Blossoms Water, Absolute, and Leaf Absolute
&bull Orange Oil and Extract
&bull Origanum Oil
&bull Orris Concrete Oil and Root
&bull Palmarosa Oil
&bull Palmitic Acid
&bull Parsley Seed Oil
&bull Patchouli Oil
&bull omega Pentadecalactone
&bull 2,3 Pentanedione
&bull 2 Pentanone
&bull 4 Pentenoic Acid
&bull 2 Pentylpyridine
&bull Pepper Oil, Black And White
&bull Peppermint Oil
&bull Peruvian (Bois De Rose) Oil
&bull Petitgrain Absolute, Mandarin Oil and Terpeneless Oil
&bull alpha Phellandrene
&bull 2 Phenenthyl Acetate
&bull Phenenthyl Alcohol
&bull Phenethyl Butyrate
&bull Phenethyl Cinnamate
&bull Phenethyl Isobutyrate
&bull Phenethyl Isovalerate
&bull Phenethyl Phenylacetate
&bull Phenethyl Salicylate
&bull 1 Phenyl 1 Propanol
&bull 3 Phenyl 1 Propanol
&bull 2 Phenyl 2 Butenal
&bull 4 Phenyl 3 Buten 2 Ol
&bull 4 Phenyl 3 Buten 2 One
&bull Phenylacetaldehyde
&bull Phenylacetic Acid
&bull 1 Phenylalanine
&bull 3 Phenylpropionaldehyde
&bull 3 Phenylpropionic Acid
&bull 3 Phenylpropyl Acetate
&bull 3 Phenylpropyl Cinnamate
&bull 2 (3 Phenylpropyl)Tetrahydrofuran
&bull Phosphoric Acid
&bull Pimenta Leaf Oil
&bull Pine Needle Oil, Pine Oil, Scotch
&bull Pineapple Juice Concentrate
&bull alpha Pinene, beta Pinene
&bull D Piperitone
&bull Piperonal
&bull Pipsissewa Leaf Extract
&bull Plum Juice
&bull Potassium Sorbate
&bull 1 Proline
&bull Propenylguaethol
&bull Propionic Acid
&bull Propyl Acetate
&bull Propyl para Hydroxybenzoate
&bull Propylene Glycol
&bull 3 Propylidenephthalide
&bull Prune Juice and Concentrate
&bull Pyridine
&bull Pyroligneous Acid And Extract
&bull Pyrrole
&bull Pyruvic Acid
&bull Raisin Juice Concentrate
&bull Rhodinol
&bull Rose Absolute and Oil
&bull Rosemary Oil
&bull Rum
&bull Rum Ether
&bull Rye Extract
&bull Sage, Sage Oil, and Sage
&bull Salicylaldehyde
&bull Sandalwood Oil, Yellow
&bull Sclareolide
&bull Skatole
&bull Smoke Flavor
&bull Snakeroot Oil
&bull Sodium Acetate
&bull Sodium Benzoate
&bull Sodium Bicarbonate
&bull Sodium Carbonate
&bull Sodium Chloride
&bull Sodium Citrate
&bull Sodium Hydroxide
&bull Solanone
&bull Spearmint Oil
&bull Styrax Extract, Gum and Oil
&bull Sucrose Octaacetate
&bull Sugar Alcohols
&bull Sugars
&bull Tagetes Oil
&bull Tannic Acid
&bull Tartaric Acid
&bull Tea Leaf and Absolute
&bull alpha Terpineol
&bull Terpinolene
&bull Terpinyl Acetate
&bull 5,6,7,8 Tetrahydroquinoxaline
&bull 1,5,5,9 Tetramethyl 13 Oxatricyclo(,9))Tridecane
&bull 2,3,4,5, and 3,4,5,6
Tetramethylethyl Cyclohexanone
&bull 2,3,5,6
&bull Thiamine Hydrochloride
&bull Thiazole
&bull 1 Threonine
&bull Thyme Oil, White and Red
&bull Thymol
&bull Tobacco Extracts
&bull Tochopherols (mixed)
&bull Tolu Balsam Gum and Extract
&bull Tolualdehydes
&bull para Tolyl 3 Methylbutyrate
&bull para Tolyl Acetaldehyde
&bull para Tolyl Acetate
&bull para Tolyl Isobutyrate
&bull para Tolyl Phenylacetate
&bull Triacetin
&bull 2 Tridecanone
&bull 2 Tridecenal
&bull Triethyl Citrate
&bull 3,5,5 Trimethyl 1 Hexanol
&bull para,alpha,alpha Trimethylbenzyl Alcohol
&bull 4 (2,6,6 Trimethylcyclohex 1
Enyl)But 2 En 4 One
&bull 2,6,6 Trimethylcyclohex 2
Ene 1,4 Dione
&bull 2,6,6 Trimethylcyclohexa 1,
3 Dienyl Methan
&bull 4 (2,6,6 Trimethylcyclohexa 1,
3 Dienyl)But 2 En 4 One
&bull 2,2,6 Trimethylcyclohexanone
&bull 2,3,5 Trimethylpyrazine
&bull 1 Tyrosine
&bull delta Undercalactone
&bull gamma Undecalactone
&bull Undecanal
&bull 2 Undecanone, 1
&bull 0 Undecenal
&bull Urea
&bull Valencene
&bull Valeraldehyde
&bull Valerian Root Extract, Oil
and Powder
&bull Valeric Acid
&bull gamma Valerolactone
&bull Valine
&bull Vanilla Extract And Oleoresin
&bull Vanillin
&bull Veratraldehyde
&bull Vetiver Oil
&bull Vinegar
&bull Violet Leaf Absolute
&bull Walnut Hull Extract
&bull Water
&bull Wheat Extract And Flour
&bull Wild Cherry Bark Extract
&bull Wine and Wine Sherry
&bull Xanthan Gum
&bull 3,4 Xylenol
&bull Yeast