New Tobacco Taxes in Effect?!?

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jndyer

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What I find entertaining is that you also have to pay and additional $10 for shipping. You would think that spending $4000 for a tin of tobacco would qualify you for free shipping.

 

mikestanley

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The problem with an ancient tin of that size is that it tends to go flat a week or so after opening in my experience. An equivalent amount in 2 oz tins? Yeah, it may very well be worth the money.

Mike S.

 

perdurabo

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Old blends going flat, yep, unfortunately this has been my experience. But that first bowl is excellent, but not for that price.

 

oldgeezersmoker

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They don't always go flat. My experience with cutter tops that are still soundly sealed was actually pretty good. That seller can come up with some very interesting stuff. I recently saw a picture of a glorious Charatan's cup and saucer Supreme that likely came from him.

 
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