I don’t know what it is. Maybe its because I’ve read all of Jim’s books that I have no lifting questions right now and my lifts keep going up. This is for the brother hood. Just wanna see what everyones personal go to is. Skoal, Grizz, Cope, Kodiak, Longhorn. Right now I’m on a huge Cope kick but in MA we got a nice little tax boost to tobacco so it’s a good 8 bucks for a tin.
Explains how I got the nickname Grizzly
Explains how I got the nickname Grizzly[/quote]
^ that. Sometimes I’ll splurge and get some Kodiak, but grizz is the mainstay.
Used to dip up here in Canada. Tax hike has it up to just under 20$ a tin. Yes, you read that correctly. We only have Skoal and redman too. When I’ve travelled to the states (rare occasion) I have loved Kodiak Wintergreen. It was perfect.
No Dip but Swedish Snus if I can get my hands on it…love the Göteborgs Rape…yeah it’s called Rape
full depth with a forward lean, elbows at ~45degrees
I usually use Granit white portion because its the cheapest brand of snus here in Norway.
Skruf strong portion and General portion is also good snus.
Copenhagen all the way …
In SC it’s still only $16.00 for a five pack … One of the (many) perks of living in the south
If I travel I stock up … Been burned before on $9 cans of sawdust …
Copenhagen Long Cut Wintergreen is my go to. It has as the best flavor, its smooth and moist. I chewed Grizzly for a while, but now it seems like straw. Southern Blend is awesome too, but stains the shit out of your teeth. After a tin or two you end up looking like a southerner.
Copenhagen Long Cut Wintergreen is my go to. It has as the best flavor, its smooth and moist.[/quote]
My go to now too. Used to love Kodiak but when ownership changed it turned into garbage.
Who owns in now? Marlboro?
After a tin or two you end up looking like a southerner. [/quote]
Skoal long cut straight. Georgia. Still have all my pearly whites, and no cavities
Grizz wintergreen…Tastes like Kodiak used too.
Who owns in now? Marlboro? [/quote] American Snuff Co…it’s nothing but overpriced Grizzly now.
Yea… after 10 years its starting to catch up with me.