Kevin Logan | 2 Jul 11:00 2003

Have a look at this ...

I feel rather sure that the lodestone of my life would not give this
particular object houseroom, but I quite fancied it:

  http://tinyurl.com/ftcp

  And "Püschl's Gletscher Price" of all things, too :-)
  oh well ...

  kevin

probewhiskey | 3 Jul 22:35 2003
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Re: Test Message

Got this error to respond to your response:
The original message was received at Wed, 2 Jul 2003 16:32:21 -0500
from dsnat [216.200.145.62]

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I hope at least YOU know yourself even though the machine doesn't!
Hehe! ps. You can always sign up for a cheesy free mail account 
through www.Projectgastro.com Good Luck!

Ronald Copley | 6 Jul 21:13 2003

Re: [ Snuff Box The Nasal Snuff Club] Exotics

--- In snuffboxthenasalsnuffclub <at> yahoogroups.com, Dave ©¿©¬
<howdydave <at> m...> wrote:
> Howdy!
> 
> As for exotic... the widest variety of "exotics" that I have found 
> are the Fribourg & Treyer snuffs. A bit more expensive but, then 
> again, they are my "and now, for a bit of a change" snuffs.
> 
> Dave

I was just thinking this morning that, really, Royal George could be
considered fairly exotic and I've been taking it for quite a while.
The English really have some kind of love for that tonka bean, eh?

I'm going to grab a couple of tubes of the F&T. One will be Macouba,
the other isn't chosen yet. They're a little expensive, but what the
heck. I could probably trade it if I didn't like it...

Cheers,
Ron

Kevin Logan | 7 Jul 14:33 2003

Re: [ Snuff Box The Nasal Snuff Club] Snuffs with tonquin...are they really safe?

Others may possibly answer this question more eruditely but:

Whilst I suspect that the concentrations of coumarin ingested via tonquin
bean flavoured nasal snuff are probably about as dangerous as, say,
broccoli, you could simply avoid it. I don't know which particular snuff you
are alluding to, but all German snuffs, for a start, are free of any tonquin
flavouring (as are all foodstuffs by law - and nasal snuff is produced
according to this legislation -  since 1970).

Tonquin beans contain a small percentage of coumarin but as far as I know
they are not actually ground up into the snuff - they pass their aroma on to
the snuff just by direct contact. Incidentally, a little bit of reasearch
did bring quite a few tasty sounding pudding and bakery recipes with tonquin
beans to light!

kevin

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Sent: Monday, July 07, 2003 1:14 PM
Subject: [ Snuff Box The Nasal Snuff Club] Snuffs with tonquin...are they
really safe?

> OK...the following is a message I received through another tobacco-
> related group and addresses pipe tobacco.  However, it raises a VERY
> big question mark for me regarding snuff.  Can anyone authoritatively
> address this?
>
> Yarnie
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probewhiskey | 8 Jul 22:11 2003
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F&T Sorting Out

Ok, I just got Seville in the mail today from Mars, incredible! Not 
what I expected at all. I figured it would be like the grind and 
moistness of Old Paris or something! Wow. Now could some one do me a 
favor and sort this list out according to color/grind (I'm assuming 
the light browns are all pretty fine and the blacks are all med 
coarse or so.

Light Brown to Yellow (fine grind)
High Dry Toast
Seville

Black
Macouba
Old Paris
Santo Domingo

Unknown to me - Could someone sort?
Kendal Brown
Morlaix
Princes
Princes Special
Dr. J. R. Justice
Morocco
French Carotte
Bordeaux

Hehe, thanks.

probewhiskey | 9 Jul 16:19 2003
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Re: [ Snuff Box The Nasal Snuff Club] F&T Sorting Out

Wow! Thank you. That's great! A nice bit of reading to do.
--- In snuffboxthenasalsnuffclub <at> yahoogroups.com, "Kevin Logan" 
<kevin_logan <at> t...> wrote:
> windykirky recommended this link in the group a while back:
> http://tinyurl.com/ger2
> 
> Towards the end of this publication is the EXACTLY list you need.
> I printed this out at the time, bound it, and use frequently - a 
great lttle
> book.
> 
> kevin
> 
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "probewhiskey" <no_reply <at> yahoogroups.com>
> To: <snuffboxthenasalsnuffclub <at> yahoogroups.com>
> Sent: Tuesday, July 08, 2003 10:11 PM
> Subject: [ Snuff Box The Nasal Snuff Club] F&T Sorting Out
> 
> 
> > Ok, I just got Seville in the mail today from Mars, incredible! 
Not
> > what I expected at all. I figured it would be like the grind and
> > moistness of Old Paris or something! Wow. Now could some one do 
me a
> > favor and sort this list out according to color/grind (I'm 
assuming
> > the light browns are all pretty fine and the blacks are all med
> > coarse or so.
> >
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probewhiskey | 9 Jul 16:21 2003
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Re: [ Snuff Box The Nasal Snuff Club] F&T Sorting Out

Ha! That's really great! Thank you.
--- In snuffboxthenasalsnuffclub <at> yahoogroups.com, "Kevin Logan" 
<kevin_logan <at> t...> wrote:
> 
> > High Dry Toast/ dry type, light brown colour, fine texture, 
toasted
> > Seville/ dry type, light biscuit colour, fine texture, orange 
character
> >
> > Macouba/ moist type, dark brown colour, medium texture, rose
> > Old Paris/ moist type, black colour, coarse texture, Asian
> > Santo Domingo/ moist type, black colour, coarse texture, violet
> >
> > Kendal Brown/ medium type, brown colour, medium texture, 
unflavoured
> > Morlaix/ medium type, brown colour, medium texture, secret 
flavouring
> > Princes/ moist type, black colour, coarse texture, unflavoured
> > Princes Special/ moist type, dark brown colour, medium texture,
> unflavoured
> > Dr. J. R. Justice/ moist type, dark brown colour, medium texture,
> unflavoured
> > Morocco/ moist type, dark brown colour, medium texture, geranium
> > French Carotte/ dry type, light brown colour, fine texture, 
sandalwood
> > Bordeaux/ medium type, brown colour, medium texture, 3 blends of 
snuff
> >
> all this courtesy of "All About Snuff And Snuff-Taking". Don't say 
I'm not
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probewhiskey | 11 Jul 17:40 2003
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Reading old posts

Man, I get a kick out of the old posts. Seeing Howdy Dave's first 
post was like seeing the first appearence of Iron Fist or someone in 
a comic, you know? There was also a post (957) where Jim describes 
using a Kid's oral syringe to mix water with snuff and inject it. 
Hehe. I recommend reading the old posts to all the newbies (like me)! 
What fun. Oh yeah, the one where Griff calls S'nuff a "run of the 
mill SP" hehe.

Kevin Logan | 16 Jul 09:27 2003

Re: [ Snuff Box The Nasal Snuff Club] Snuff & health foods

Omnivorous? Urggh, that would mean having to eat beetroot too. Haven't
touched the stuff since about 1975!

----- Original Message -----
From: "Dave ©¿©¬" <howdydave <at> BN5gaeuhe91sUtp_yjIvjOMo2T75nGBPj3vNBNfS3snDNgGpmPqkEKNMHeqoNjaek-Ua0_s9GT8qGBY.yahoo.invalid>
...
> Howdy!
...
> BTW: Isn't that vegitarian stuff unhealthy since humans are, by
> nature, omnivors?
>
> Dave
...

woodchuck8 | 19 Jul 00:15 2003

Re: [ Snuff Box The Nasal Snuff Club] Your very first snuff?

WE Garrett from a local cigarette store, about a year ago. Then Gletscher 
Prise and Packard's Club on vacation in Las Vegas.
Woodchuck


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