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    Anyone here enjoy a wee sniff of snuff from tme to time? If so share what brands and flavours you like and any recomendations. Also,if you have any bad storys to tell about it,like peoples noses falling off or anything like that, please share that too.

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    I enjoy a pinch of Wilson's DH Irish Toast #20 from time to time.
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    I have Ozone, LoewenPrise, Red Bull and then some...all menthol flavoured...all good ;) I would like to try some lakeland flavoured though...

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    Fribourg & Treyer High Dry Toast

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    I meant to try some, but forgot all about it when I placed my last order. I think my only concern would be gross snot.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tritrek View Post
    I have Ozone, LoewenPrise, Red Bull and then some...all menthol flavoured...all good ;) I would like to try some lakeland flavoured though...
    You should try apricot by poschl its a retty nice one but stay away from ther raspberry lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by winkydink View Post
    I enjoy a pinch of Wilson's DH Irish Toast #20 from time to time.
    the only wilson i tried was bruinswick and cant say i cared for it atall.So far i really really like apple by samueal gawith and s'nuff by mcchrystals.Need to put in an order for ten new tins,gave mcchyrstals a few trys,different flavours only really liked original and s'nuff.Need to get my hands on some more stuff by toque and definatly want to try old paris by fribourg and treyer

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vlad View Post
    I meant to try some, but forgot all about it when I placed my last order. I think my only concern would be gross snot.
    Keep a dark checkered hanky ready at all times cause ts gonna get gross lol

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    No one mentioned McChrystals? I don't take a pinch that often anymore but when I do I grab my tin of McChrystals.
    I'm angry and hungry, I'm going to punch a sandwich.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dannymayo View Post
    No one mentioned McChrystals? I don't take a pinch that often anymore but when I do I grab my tin of McChrystals.
    I did say i tried mcchyrstals,Ive tried five different mcchrystals snuff's.S'nuff,original and genuine and stammheimer hopen schnupf are the ones i like best,ill take a pinch of violets every so often

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    I've only seen snuff (snus) being put under your lip here in Norway. Its popularity is really rising too, over smoking. Which is good I suppose, except that people spit it out in sinks and urinals, which is really gross.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rossmeister View Post
    I've only seen snuff (snus) being put under your lip here in Norway. Its popularity is really rising too, over smoking. Which is good I suppose, except that people spit it out in sinks and urinals, which is really gross.
    They are different products.
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    Well obviously, I was just making a comment

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    Tried several of them a few years ago. Surprising nicotine content - some of them pack a punch. I quit after developing a sinus infection.


    And yes the snot is gross.
    It's like a frickin' country bear jambaroo around here.

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    I missed that you mentioned McChrystal's, I prefer the genuine, really nice product.
    I'm angry and hungry, I'm going to punch a sandwich.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dannymayo View Post
    I missed that you mentioned McChrystal's, I prefer the genuine, really nice product.
    Yea as far as menthol goes mcchrystals genuine is the best,that and poschls apricot

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    I did enjoy a snort when I was in Berlin.

    But that was 20 years ago and I don't remember the brand.
    Radom told me to put something short...

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    I use Dholakia White, Dholakia Black, and Wilson's HIT #22.

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