It looks dicey to me.Since this is my first time encountering rust my question is: Is tobacco in a rusted tin dangerous
My friend gave me a tin of 1996 Christmas Cheer that was opened but he never smoked. About half left.
I noticed that the walls on the inside looked weird. Then I saw a rust spot. No rust on the outside of the tin.
Since this is my first time encountering rust my question is: Is tobacco in a rusted tin dangerous to smoke, or does it just potentially ruin the flavor?
It is not toxic in its present form. Decomposed, as a food scientist.It looks dicey to me.
View attachment 79393This is a photo I just took of the inside of a tin 1997 Christmas Cheer. The specks are tobacco.
FYI - These tins are lined with some type of cream colored coating that seems to have failed in your tin. I would hope it was not toxic but have no idea if it’s ok to ingest it in smoke.
Thanks for the feedback, everyone. It is much appreciated. I will not be smoking this one.