pipe tobacco


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pipe tobacco,

n the dried tobacco leaves that come loosely packed in small, foldable bags for use in a handheld smoking implement that features a bowl on one end and a small cylinder for drawing in smoke on the other.
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Yet, water pipe tobacco remains largely unregulated by the [Food and Drug Administration], and snus is less regulated than other smokeless tobacco," Dr.
John Middleton Company, owned by the Altria Group, is one of the leading manufacturers of cigars and pipe tobacco.
A SPECIALIST tobacconist has taken advantage of a loophole in anti-smoking legislation to open a new indoor cigar and pipe tobacco sampling lounge.
However, water pipe tobacco smoking is associated with lung cancer, respiratory illness, low birth weight, and periodontal disease.
Pipe tobacco was also very popular, especially with farm workers, ironstone miners and factory workers.
The Armstrongs retain the Hilton Tobacco company, which includes Fosters pipe tobacco and the Rasta brand of rolling tobacco.
Denmark had a very large tobacco industry with several large groups of producers for cigarettes, cigars and pipe tobacco up until the mid 1990s.
That sweet smell of pipe tobacco still brings a welcome feeling of warmth.
The superpremium Brugal Extra Viejo is a blend of older reserves, highlighting a bouquet of raisins, toasted oak and pipe tobacco notes.
The super-premium Brugal Extra Viejo is a blend of older reserves, highlighting a bouquet of raisins, toasted oak and pipe tobacco notes.
The smell of a bit of honest fresh sweat mixed with pipe tobacco smoke was a very good aphrodisiac indeed.