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 Two new Fine Border snuffs.

TOBACCO TOOTHPASTE / CREAMY SNUFF! Yay Or Nah?

edited August 2018 in General
Hey Snuff Lovers,

Want to introduce a new product in the Snuff market, CREAMY SNUFF (Tobacco Toothpaste).

We think its a good product for people who want to quit smoking because it will give you a perfect buzz.

Has anyone tried anything like that before?
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  • I'm not going to lie, that sounds pretty gross to me. But then again so did nasal snuff at first. Wouldn't that stain your teeth pretty bad?
  • No, we don't think so because it is made with the fine powder of high-class tobacco leaves (for a nico buzz) along with natural oils, herbs & spices which are good for teeth and gums, pleasant flavours are added to give a refreshed breath even after you rinse your mouth. 
      
    No chances for stains :D 
  • What sort of high class tobacco? What spices? Natural oils derived from what?
    Will it take rust off chrome and polish tarnished sterling? Like a sample if possible.
  • Hey Nicmizer,

    Indian Gujarati Tobacco Leaves which is the best quality tobacco in India is used, Spices like Cinnamon, Clove, Basil and other Indian herbs.
    Natural Oils derived from Clove and Sandal for flavouring is used.

    The thing is, it is a different type of Snuff, this is for people who love a nic buzz in different ways, curious to try different products made from tobacco.

    Would love to send you a sample and know your reviews.  
  • StillLearningStillLearning Member
    edited August 2018 PM
    It's funny after this thread was posted i was doing some research here on American snuffs and found out my favorite, Dental scotch, was originally intended for similar oral use.

    I also told my friend at Work (non tobacco user) about this and he said it sounded cool to him and he would give it a shot!

    I guess I might be a test dummy for you. I've already got the dummy part down pretty good anyways...

    Edit: I'm in the SE USA so shipping may be quite a bit just for a sample. Just a thought.
  • Hey StillLearning,

    In India many of the snuffs are used both oral & nasal, snuff is treated as a Dentifrice here and Creamy Snuff is made for especially oral use of Snuff as a Toothpaste.

    It would be our pleasure if you can try and review it.

    Will surely try to send you the samples.

      
  • Pm sent
  • I'd like to try also!!
  • Check your inbox.

    Thanks :) 
  • I would, too.
  • I'm game.
  • Pm the details.

    Thanks
  • I like it myself, has a clove like flavor, G'Day
    If It Ain't Broke Don't Fix It!
  • SvHSvH Member
    Hmmm, a clove like flavour, sounds good for a toothpaste! :D
  • Yep, in India clove oil is said to be very effective to solve gum problems. 
    And is a good flavouring agent too. 
  • Any new news on this @indiansnuffjnf?
  • Dear,

    Very soon will dispatch the samples and let you know. 

    Thanks
  • Hello Snuff Lovers!

    Our TOBACLE CREAMY SNUFF is now available at MS.


    Please check out and send us your feedback and reviews.

    Thanks







  • Mr_OMr_O Member
    Tried it, like it! I just want to know the shelf life after opening. Also, would it be best kept in the refrigerator?
  • Shelf life of Tobacle is long enough.
    Just keep it in a cool place, not in the refrigerator though.
  • Mr_OMr_O Member
    Great, thanks!
  • Mr_OMr_O Member
    edited April 14 PM
    Someone mentioned that there should be a review of this posted. This will be revised and maybe relocated, so it will be brief. Dark brown and shiny or oily looking. A bit softer than the toothpaste I am used to. Flavors of sweet spices and maybe some aromatic root herbs. Also something a bit different that I cannot quite place, maybe neem? The flavors of sandalwood and clove are noticeable but mild. The sandalwood lingers a bit after rinsing out the mouth. Overall, the flavor is pleasant and clean. This is indeed potent. I would suggest trying roughly a quarter inch amount, at first anyways. A clean buzz as well. Overall recommended.

    Edit, I forgot to mention that this also has a mentholated quality to it.
  • @Mr_O, how do you use this wonder, simply rub into your gums? Have you actually tried it as a regular toothpaste?
  • Mr_OMr_O Member
    edited April 14 PM
    @volunge Yeah, I just spread it all the way in the gums from the back to the front to the back of the other side. Only on the bottom of the mouth. I leave it in the mouth for about 2 minutes. Spit and then rinse. That is how I do it anyways. I have not tried it with a toothbrush. More comfortable with the thought of applying it with a fingertip.
  • Thanks for the review @Mr_O
  • n9inchnailsn9inchnails Moderator
    Next time Mr.Snuff has a free shipping deal I'm adding one of these to my order and try using it as toothpaste with a toothbrush.
  • I use it in the same manner as Mr_O. And thoroughly enjoy it
  • Mr_OMr_O Member
    edited April 15 PM
    Happy to do it!

    Is nice stuff for sure!

    Next time I order I will probably grab a few tubes!
  • A 1/2 inch strip of Tobacle Creamy Snuff over the gums.   
  • GokulGokul Member
    Recently received a nice quantity of Tobacle, thanks to newbiesnuffer and indiansnuffjnf. It tastes refreshingly good. Different from any tobacco experience I've ever had. Black doesn't go well on teeth so best had discreetly. I take it while showering. Mr_O  has described well the method of taking. Only, rinse gently. Afterwards swirl your tongue and swallow for that extra nic punch. It does rinse off well. I take it once every morning.
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