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PostSubject: Re: chewing tobacco -- like it?   Wed Jul 23, 2008 12:00 am

When im back in the world of citys and people I will post the excerpt (sp) from that book on tobacco tea. I want to try it but I would hate to get Nic poisoning!
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PostSubject: Re: chewing tobacco -- like it?   Thu Jul 24, 2008 4:19 pm

No chew for sale here in Finland, but I enjoy swedish snuff. Somewhat similar to dip I think never having tried dip. You take a pinch, shape it to a little ball , and stick it under your lip. An aquired taste for sure, but worth trying if you can find some. You can get it loose or in portions, portions are kind of like very small teabags. Blah. Paper has no place in coffee, tea or tobacco Smile

Just google swedish snuff if you'd like to try some, many e-tailers ship internationally.
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PostSubject: Re: chewing tobacco -- like it?   Tue Aug 12, 2008 9:32 pm

I chewed a little tobacco about 35 years ago but have long since ceased. I'll dip once in a great while, usually Copenhagen or Peach Skoal. Nasal snuff is my mainstay, I use it all day long. My favorites are McChrystal's Original and Genuine and F&T's High Dry Toast. I also use Rooster American snuff nasally sometimes, it's pretty potent.

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