Did you possibly mean krewe?
“It is believed the name kretek, the Indonesian word for the cigarettes, comes from the crackling sound the cloves make when they are burned.”
“The company, whose brands include Dunhill, Kent, Lucky Strike and Pall Mall, has failed to build a large following in Indonesia, where 90% of consumers smoke pungent "kretek" cigarettes, produced by companies like Sampoerna and Bentoel from a mixture of cloves and tobacco.”
“BAT hopes to strike lucky in Indonesia as it pays £300m for 'kretek' tobacco firm”
“Boing Boing reader/commenter catastrophegirl, commenting in a thread about an enraged hillbilly user of flavored chewing tobacco, points to her Flickr photoset documenting her quest to make DIY kretek (clove cigarettes).”
“The sound and smell of Indonesia: seconds after the airplane door opened on our first arrival in Jakarta, my wife and I were swimming in hot, wet Javanese air that carried the sweet smoke of clove-flavored kretek cigarettes and the tones of brass gamelan gongs.”
“She lights an Indonesian cigarette—a kretek—waves out the match and drops it in a little green dish full of cherry pits.”
“BAT's existing local unit in Indonesia, which doesn't sell kretek cigarettes, has a 2% market share.”
“BAT decided the only way to build sizable market share in Indonesia was to take over a kretek maker, said Simon Millson, a Hong Kong-based spokesman for the company.”
“He has also amassed a quirky collection of that quintessential Indonesian collectible: the kretek, or clove cigarette, pack.”
“(It's the same scent that lends spice, literally, to the nightlife in Kuta and Jakarta; cloves, the dried flower buds of the trees, are used in Indonesia's ubiquitous kretek cigarettes.)”
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