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  • Started 1 year ago by scrooge
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  1. scrooge

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    That will keep your snooter full for a while. Nice haul.

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    Nose candy

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    Wow. How long does it take for you to consume a tin James?

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    I’ve had the Toque Raspberry Menthol and really enjoyed the cool, fruity flavor. Did you have to order internationally or were you able to locate locally?

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    Nice! I really enjoy Toque “St. Clements”. It’s a flavor/scent that I’ve never experienced elsewhere. Love the absinthe as well. Good haul! After Mr. Snuff moved to the UK, it really cut down on my orders, but I cellared a bunch, so I still have a good stash.

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    Toque is an interesting brand. They do a huge range of flavours. Or at least they did: last time I looked they seem to have rationalised their range somewhat. I am only a very occasional snuff user but their Christmas Pudding one is rather nice.

    Mike

    "Pipe-smokers spend so much time cleaning, filling and fooling with their pipes, they don't have time to get into mischief." - Bill Vaughan
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    @ Javan I'm a new user an I'm always doing different blends. No burn out that way.

    @ grilledokra Can't buy snuff in the states anymore, illegal to sale here now.

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    Their Berwick Brown is surprisingly well done.

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    Mr Snuff order arrived today.

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    I bought 4 10g tins when ordering warrior plug from mr snuff 6 months ago.. I still have 2 tins left ... you bought a ton .. how big are those bags ?? Have fun, interesting stuff. I like the plug one nostril and then sniff approach off the top of hand. Doing some touque chocolate now in your honor .

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    Be careful with those bags of rustica, but enjoy. I like Toque snuff. Out of those you show, absinthe is my favorite. I also got into their Lime Toast, SP Extra, Cheese & Bacon, and Apricot. I was one of the lucky ones back in 2014 that found a six pence in a tin of Xmas Pudding and won 10 free large tins of my choice. Toque does it right! Enjoy your new haul!

    I just saw your other haul. Thor's Hammer is my all time favorites, and White Elephant is a close second. Great choices!

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    More! Wow! Are you cellaring or ready to have a snuff party.

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    @ alan73 The bags of Rustica are 50g most are 10g an a couple 25's. Not cellaring yet. Trying them out 1st.

    @ mothernature The Rustica an the white elephant are King's in the Vitamin N.

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    The rustica is king. White Elephant is strong, but Fubar's Willie Pete may beat it out.

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    You scratched my itch . Just bought 30 or so different kinds for $235 from mr snuff. Shipping was 75 , geez. Got some warrior plug too.

    Lifetime supply for me. snuff is cheap .

    I think snuff has an infinite shelf life . Please correct me if I’m wrong .

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    Both are great hordes. Love snuff just have two “Honey and Menthol” and “Beat SP” lasts ages.
    Looking at getting two wooden snuff boxes for my Birthday which I can put in my pocket.

    A pipe is the fountain of contemplation, the source of pleasure, the companion of the wise ☪️
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    I don't know for sure that snuff has a shelf life, but the scented snuffs work a little like aromatic pipe tobacco and the rest work just like pipe tobacco; in that, the scented start to lose their scent after opening and months to years later pretty much lose it all together, and snuff has specific moisture contents and those start to change after opening and fairly quickly over time. At least this has been my experience. It has also been my experience that toasts and Indian whites seem to maintain the best overtime for the reasons mentioned, in that they are dry fine flour with a limited amount of added scent. I used to seal the rims of some of my snuff tins with pipe tape to try and keep them fresher longer.

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