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Tobacco Use- When Not Smoking

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  1. leafsmoker

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    Anyone else use Tobacco products when you are not smoking your pipe? I do Nasal snuff and Swedish Snus. My snus has a whopping 22 mg nicotine, so now I do not seek out too many pipe blends with more nicotine,as I get enough from my Snus. Happy tobacco enjoyment to you all!

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    Iv been interested in trying snuff seems most the snuff blends are overseas anyone have a us snuff dealer? i do have an occasional pinch of dip

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    I think snuff used to be more available in the us years ago i rember somtime in the 80's going to visit one of my grandmas friends in the hospital and going to the grocery store getting her a can of snuff to carry her that was back when grocery stores had a snuff/dip /chewing tobacco isle lol. I remeber my dad smoking cigarettes while in the store how times have changed.

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    Mechanic, some US tobacconists sell silver dollar nasal snuff. I get my nasal snuff from https://mrsnuff.com/index.html they are in england but if you place a large order with them the shipping cost is better. https://www.toquesnuff.com/ is another lower cost option. If you want to just try some samples, pm me. I'll let you know the flavors you can choose from through pm. Also checkout the sites. mr snuff has the biggest selection and toque snuff is just ...well toque snuff....it is a good beginner snuff.

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    @Mechanic: Back when I smoked cigarettes I loved the occasional dip. I liked good old classic Skoal long cut. I still get a craving for it on occasion... like right now. Wish you hadn’t mentioned it, dangit! lol

    *cheers*

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    I will use Grizzly Long Cut Straight while not able to smoke. I used to chew tobacco and my favorite blend was Lancaster. I've dabbled in plugs and all sorts of other tobaccos except for snuff. Snuff always turned into a disaster for me.

    Also, IBTL

    "If you can't send money, send tobacco." - George Washington

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    Stokers Long Cut Wintergreen, Mint and Straight.
    Levi Garrett Chewing Tobacco.

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    I thought snuff was a thing of the past.

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    I tape some Gawith & Hogarth rope tobacco under my armpits so I can get my nicotine fix while I'm at work. I notice no difference in the tobacco's smell after I remove it later in the day.

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    What about taste? Any difference? Or would such be noticeable below decks? Do you have a pipe designated for "Underarm Rope"?

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    Do you have a pipe designated for "Underarm Rope"?
    Not yet, but I've been thinking about getting a Dunhill

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    I tape some Gawith & Hogarth rope tobacco under my armpits so I can get my nicotine fix while I'm at work.

    I'm trying not to imagine the room note...especially when combined with all of that raw meat smell.

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    I'm trying not to imagine the room note...especially when combined with all of that raw meat smell.
    I think it smells like heaven! And just think, I do seafood too!

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    If I ever visit you, Anthony, I'll make sure to bring the strongest Lakeland I have.

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    I chew Black XX Twist, Cotton Boll, Cumberland, Mammoth Cave, and Kodiak Straight.

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    I do seafood too!

    The addition of the fish smell takes it to a whole new level.

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    IBTL

    Snus for me

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    Mostly Copenhagen for me, but I have tried Skoal cherry and Copenhagen pouches lately.

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    IBTL

    I’d try snus but I fear that rabbit hole.

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    I tried and love using nasal snuff but it ends up stopping me up, I use the remainder of my snuff to sprinkle on some blends that need a lil boost, adds some good flavor and gives a good nic hit. I’ve been dipping Cope for 25 years and it is simply an addiction that I would rather be without I’m going to quit as I much prefer pipe smoking to any other form of tobacco consumption.

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    My vote goes for the U.S made chewing tobacco, nonetheless, I'm to admit I try to use this as moderately as I can because of its very addictive nature

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    Surprised this thread has not been given the old heave ho yet... So, I'll chime in quickly before the ax falls and say that Dan Tobacco's Blue Note makes a fine potpourri in the bathroom.

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    IBTL, but I'm a reformed dipper who occasionally chews Red Man or Mammoth Cave.

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    Surprised this thread has not been given the old heave ho yet... So, I'll chime in quickly before the ax falls and say that Dan Tobacco's Blue Note makes a fine potpourri in the bathroom

    Hahaha! That’s what Captain Black is for, no? My father actually did this with CB when I was growing up, made the house smell great! He loved the smell of pipe tobacco but didn’t want to start smoking so he put it in an electric potpourri pot, it worked surprisingly well.

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    E-cig, Snuff, Snus, anything with nicotine in it

    Adhie was here
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    didn’t want to start smoking so he put it in an electric potpourri pot, it worked surprisingly well.
    Hawky, I'll sometimes dry out my aromatics by placing some in a flat bottomed coffee filter. I then place that on a coffee cup warmer. Makes the whole place smell lovely as I'm drying out my tobacco. Does pretty much the same thing

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    Been making my own dip for years. Since I make it myself, I don't add all the nasty chemicals that the commercial boys do. I do not need to carry around a spit can because my dip does not cause an excess of saliva. I make everything from Wintergreen, Black Licorice, Orange, Apple-Cinnamon and even Pina Colada. The best thing though is everywhere I go (including where I work) are signs saying No Tobacco use of any kind. I usually give the sign a smirk as I'm chewing and then giving them a mental..F-you!

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    Levi Garret and King B are my two go to brands for chew and you can smoke King B in a pipe incidentally. Just trying to keep the thread on topic so we all don't get locked out!

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    Javan and the guys must be asleep.

    For me personally, I have no interest at all in cigarettes, snuff, snu, vaping, or any of that other stuff. Even cigars really don't appeal to me. I'm a pipe only guy.

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    Hawky, I'll sometimes dry out my aromatics by placing some in a flat bottomed coffee filter. I then place that on a coffee cup warmer. Makes the whole place smell lovely as I'm drying out my tobacco. Does pretty much the same thing

    Noice! I’d try that but I don’t have a coffee maker, I mainly drink tea. Maybe I should just get a potpourri pot and some Captain Black... although, that would make for some expensive potpourri. Back when my Dad did it those pouches were probably under $2.

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