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post #256 of 414
Anyone smoke loose leaf tobacco? I've liked Stokkebyes Turkish for a while mostly because its smooth/light. Any recommendations for others to try or other blends?
post #257 of 414
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$9.10 for a pack of Marbs here in NYC, how much is it where you are?

~6 UK Pounds, so around 9 US dollars...

I used to buy cartons of Marlboros at the QT in Atlanta for 22 dollars. $2.20 a pack is a great deal.

K
post #258 of 414
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$9.10 for a pack of Marbs here in NYC, how much is it where you are?

I buy blend 27s here in Los Angeles, around $5.30 with tax.
post #259 of 414
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Anyone smoke loose leaf tobacco? I've liked Stokkebyes Turkish for a while mostly because its smooth/light. Any recommendations for others to try or other blends?

I used to buy a brand called midnight special because it was cheap and pretty good tasting. Usually I'll smoke that or McClintock (which was actually blended by Peter Stokkebye for the budget crowd) which is also very good stuff. I like to blend Jester (Dutch... very strong) with McClintock. Mark Ryan from D&R tobacco has some very good blends, of them I prefer Two Timer (a lot like lucky strike) because of the warm toasty flavor and Cockstrong (which sounds hilarious, thats why I tried it) which is a very strong blend. If you prefer a lighter smoke try either Vengeur by D&R or Windsail from the same company.

Hope all that helps.
post #260 of 414
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Anyone smoke loose leaf tobacco? I've liked Stokkebyes Turkish for a while mostly because its smooth/light. Any recommendations for others to try or other blends?

I smoked quite a bit of Drum in the 90s. At some point they changed the branding to "Bali Shag" or some such, at least in California. Pretty smokey tasting stuff -- even smells smokey before you set it alight. Better than the dried out drugstore brand (is it Top?).
post #261 of 414
Nat Shermans
post #262 of 414
Anyone order online anymore? I have a friend looking for a better deal than retail. Where would he look?
post #263 of 414
I have mislaid my cigarette holder.

Or else it was knicked at the last party I hosted
post #264 of 414
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Anyone order online anymore? I have a friend looking for a better deal than retail. Where would he look?
Bump.
post #265 of 414
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Bump.

Israel had some online stores. Don't really remember. Just buy cartoons at detax if you care. I like the ritual of buying my packs.
post #266 of 414
What is 'detax'?
post #267 of 414
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What is 'detax'?

Sorry, tax free zone. In airports. Ask for a cartoon everytime youor someone you know flies, you'll get one like every week.
post #268 of 414
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Bump.



dutyfreedepot
post #269 of 414
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Sorry, tax free zone. In airports. Ask for a cartoon everytime youor someone you know flies, you'll get one like every week.

seriously

Every time I fly or one of my close friends flies, we get some. I've picked stuff up in Europe for like $2-3 a pack.
post #270 of 414
Been hooked on American Spirits. Love the long burn time- filter sucks dick though.
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