Ecstacy Cigarettes


Film and Television


Today’s film and television industries are capable of creating compelling, high-quality content and stories that depict different periods throughout American history. Producers rely on a wide variety of props, resources and technology to capture the essence of the time period and bring their sets and stories to life. Many TV shows and films have turned to Ecstacy cigarettes as a substitute for traditional tobacco cigarettes. Our herbal blend look, feel, taste and smoke very much like the real thing. We only use the finest herbal and natural ingredients, such as rose petals, red clover, clove powder, liquorice, wild lettuce and sage.

AMC’s Mad Men

Ecstacy Cigarettes were used in the popular AMC television series, Mad Men. In order to accurately capture the essence of 1960s America in the advertising world, characters were often seen smoking in and out of the office. In an effort to maintain an element of authenticity, without exposing actor’s to addictive nicotine, the show’s producers turned to Ecstacy Herbal Cigarettes. Many viewers would assume what Don Draper smokes on screen are traditional tobacco cigarettes. However, the cast was able to achieve the true look and feel of smoking by using Ecstacy Herbal Cigarettes.


HBO’s Boardwalk Empire

The Prohibition-era drama, Boardwalk Empire, used Ecstacy herbal cigarettes as props throughout the series (5 seasons). This is another period production that really captures the spirit of ‘the roaring 20s’ and the early stages of the Great Depression. In order to accurately depict the period, the producers of Boardwalk Empire needed many of their characters to be smoking cigarettes. However, since many of these actors don't smoke tobacco cigarettes in their normal lives, they chose to use Ecstacy Herbal Cigarettes as an alternative. For example, the shows main character, Nucky Thompson, was almost always seen puffing on a cigarette in his scenes. But what you probably didn't know was that he was actually puffing on an Ecstacy Herbal Cigarette. Boardwalk Empire’s executive producers include the legendary director and screenwriter, Martin Scorsese, actor Mark Wahlberg and critically-acclaimed director Tim Van Patten. Much to the dismay of its fans, the show came to an end in 2014 with the last episode airing on October 26th.



When it comes maintaining an authentic look in theatrical productions,, ensuring that you get the best tools for the job is important. Ecstacy Herbal Cigarettes are not only a great prop for television and film they are also ideal for theater as well.In addition, Ecstasy cigarettes do not produce the same odor as traditional cigarettes, which may offend the audience if smoked in a live setting.

Jersey Boys

In the 2005 musical Jersey Boys, Marshall Brickman and Rick Ellice were striving to capture the essence of what it was like to be four young men rising to fame in the music industry of 1960s America. In an era where the entire country was lighting up cigarettes, Brickman and Ellice wanted to embody the realism of the time without exposing actors to nicotine. Ecstacy Herbal Cigarettes were featured in many of Jersey Boys live performances across the country preserving the authenticity of 1960s America.