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The Nasal Snuff Checklist

edited August 2015 in The Snuffhouse Bazaar

Introduction to The Nasal Snuff
I compiled nasal snuff brands, books, sellers, and
accessories from various library and internet sources and put them in
one convenient pamphlet. No longer do you have to search in 100
different places for information. The large list of snuffs and their
flavors will show you what is available. The book list on snuffs will
help you do research. And the accessory page will show you items to
make snuff taking more enjoyable. And of course the dealer's list
will show you where to buy your favorite form of tobacco. Free Version PDF here for a few days: (Choose download through your browser)



  • HitsuzenHitsuzen Administrator, Moderator
    Clicked the link and it brought me to Play Store asking me to download a cloud app. Spam?
  • edited August 2015 PM
    No spam. Clicking the link brings you to a page with 3 download choices. There is an icon of the world next to the words : Choose download through your browser. (Which I stated in the above message.) Clicking this downloads book. Simple.  On the LEFT side of the page is a huge ad that says advertisement. Avoid the temptation to click this....
  • JustinJustin Moderator
    That's a very useful piece of work - thank you, @Mephistopholes
    "Reality," sa molesworth 2, "is so unspeakably sordid it make me shudder."
  • Nice pamphlet. It's a useful checklist and a good place to start from. Thanks.
    Relax, nothing is under control.
  • HitsuzenHitsuzen Administrator, Moderator
    Hmmm, for me it brings me straight to Play Store. Maybe it's an Android glitch.
  • edited August 2015 PM

    You mentioned Android, which means you are using a cellphone I think. That could be the problem. Download on a computer and let me know.
  • WOW! Great job with this document! I'm new to snuff so this is a big help for me. Thanks.

    For those who cannot download it, its hosted on Mega (the cloud storage site) and if you're using a mobile browser like Opera Mini it may not work. Use a browser that runs like you're on a regular computer.
  • HitsuzenHitsuzen Administrator, Moderator
    @Mephistopheles Ok cool, I'll try that this weekend. Thanks!
  • Wow! That is a insane amount of dedication to nasal snuff. Thanks!!!
  • Nicely done. Thank you.
  • Revised 9/4/15  Added Old Mills Snuff and source. Dutch language books. Misc. additions.  (Choose download through your browser)

  • Michibacy Said
    August 31
    My knowledge is worthless if not shared and applied . "Joseph McKenna"  
  • I will add Gadsden Mill to next edition. Interesting selection!  Thank you..M
  • Thank you, @Mephistopheles, much appreciated!
  • @Mephistopheles: That's a very nice piece of work, Compliments and thanks for the effort.

    Jaap Bes.

  • Besides the free PDF version, there is also a Kindle Ebook version of The Nasal Snuff
    Checklist  for the price of .99 cents on Amazon for people who want to carry it around. The free version just has a few more entries at the moment...M
  • Wow...thank you for sharing that.

  • howdydavehowdydave Member
    edited September 2015 PM
    I didn't see any of the Indian or South African snuffs on your list.

    But it is a good start for newbies and there are South African and Indian distributors listed!
  • Thank you! Wouldn't you know the first link I clicked on for accessories took me to a Chinese snuff bottle for $400.00. Champagne taste on a beer budget. :P
  • edited September 2015 PM


    Babaton, Maverick, Venter's,
    Singleton's, Dr. Rumney are already in the list for South Africa

    Wow, Dholakia,
    Temptation, are already in the list representing Indian snuffs.

    Please advise other
    brands to add to list.I will add more in
    later update. New snuffs seem to be coming out every month.  Take care..M

  • If I can figure out a way to add clear photos, I will do so in next update. On the regular Kindle, photos are terrible. Not sure how pictures come out on the Kindle Paperwhite.
  • howdydavehowdydave Member
    edited September 2015 PM
    re: South Africa: I didn't see Taxi or NTSU (the only two SA brands I have ever bought).
    India 6 Photo, 7 Photo, 41 Photo (isn't there also a 5 Photo?).

    6 Photo is a must because they are the only snuff manufacturers that I have seen with ISO Certification!
  • howdydavehowdydave Member
    edited September 2015 PM
    I did a search on my Kindle to "Introduction to the Nasal Snuff" but didn't come up with anything.
    Is that the title on Amazon?

    Found it as:

  • howdydavehowdydave Member
    edited September 2015 PM
    Better check on your Amazon settings...

    My download lists the author as "unknown".

    While it was downloading, it showed two entries, one by "unknown" and one with your name as the author.
  • I just gave you your first Amazon book review.
  • howdydavehowdydave Member
    edited September 2015 PM
    Found NTSU and Taxi listed under Dingier.
    I thought they were brand names.
  • edited September 2015 PM
    Thank you Howdydave.
     I will add the Indian listings in next edition.  Due to the rising popularity of nasal snuff, I do not think this pamphlet will ever be considered "complete"... But I sure as hell will try!
  • Now that I have it on my Kindle, will it be automatically updated?
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