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I will gladly send you some silver and gold thomas bouyant spoons in exchange for the high dry toast. My address is:
2520 Valley View Drive
Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio
Thank you so much!
Dholakia White Tiger for the first time today. I am not a Dholakia fan. But this one is very tasty. Reminds me of flavored coffee creamer in a good way. The forward drip comes on quickly like Niagara Falls, but this could be the state of sinuses tod…
Sir_Snuffington I would say they are noticeably stronger. I have some white elephant too and for some reason feel not so much nicotine from it. Rustica is only available from Toque.
I agree with @n9inchnails that large pinches will do the trick to…
@Sir_Snuffington May I recommend:
Cheeta Chhap Gul
NTSU Black- similar to Taxi Red but I think it is stronger.
Not necessarily in that order
Other than that, snus for stronger nicotine delivery if those do n…
Dholakia Madras Toast does not do much for me. I just did a couple of healthy pinches from a sealed year old container to verify. It could be an off batch, but for me it is tasteless and lackluster, unfortunately. YMMV.
IMHO MG is in a class of its own. A perfectly balanced rich natural dark tobacco with a walloping nic hit. That being said, NC and TPS are also very fine snuffs in their own right. Both are light in color and slightly nutty in taste. I believe TPS h…
@volunge Gul would be a perfect snuff tobacco for just about any flavoring as it is very neutral. I still use it several times a day, there is nothing quite like it! I noticed on the 6 photo site at the bottom of the product s page, they sell diffe…
Tried NTSU black recently for the first time and really liked it. More than Taxi Red. Found it to be quite stealthy for work and public as the coarseness stays in the nose once in and does not leave that initial brown powdery mess.
Until the forwar…
I have enjoyed it as both pipe tobacco and ground into snuff. However @SammyD13 really puts it into perspective when he states it is the same price per ounce as St James Perique. For a snuff I would certainly choose the SWS.