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  • truthwolf1
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    I have no idea what the expiration date was but yes, the natural fine cut seemed a little dry. Tried it a couple of weeks ago on the whim.

    The Redman tins seem to have a better lid on them which keeps the product a little fresher.

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  • devilock76
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    I think I found part of my problem, according to the cryptic ass expiration date system this can was only good till February 7th. So it is a month past expiration. F***

    Ken

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  • devilock76
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    OK well I have one pinch so far of this, the only prior dip I had was Copenhagen Long Cut Straight. First of all I see what people mean about keeping fine cuts together. Also my can just seems very dry to me, not sure of the age, how do I decode the number on the bottom of the can to a best by or made on date. Anyway the taste is that of dirty ashes almost. Maybe it is just me coming only from straight flavor but I want something less sweet. A few more pinches to decide but not sure about this one. If I don't learn to appreciate it, it will be a one time purchase.

    Ken

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  • tom502
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    I had to give away my can of Copen snuff, I simply could not use it. Yeah, it tasted great, but was like trying to pinch sand and stick it in my gum. I can do it, but it's not as enjoyable to me as long cut. Plus you kinda have to put snuff-cut, and fine cut right up front to keep it together, and I prefer to use the side. I haven't used any dip in a quite a while now.

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  • f. bandersnatch
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    Fine cut v. long cut depends on how you use snuff. When I dip I use about a gram, maybe two at the end of the day, and I honestly find fine cut to be easier. Long cut is good if you plan on packing a fatty, but I'm not really that into that whole plan. Tom is right though, longcut is probably more accessible to a noob.

    Also, there is a difference b/t "snuff" (cope, grizz) and fine cut, I swear to god. Don't start with snuff.

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  • tom502
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    You plan on upperlipping it? If not, fine cut is not an easy cut.

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  • c.nash
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    I don't really like longcut snus so I doubt I'll like longcut dip...

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  • tom502
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    It's it's your FIRST attempt at dip, I would HIGHLY recommend not getting Fine Cut. Get LONG CUT, it's so much easier to control.

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  • f. bandersnatch
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    Yes.

    And try some dip already, stop worrying so much. Stress gives you butt cancer and heart disease. FACT.

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  • c.nash
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    How is the pricing of this? Is it similar to the pricing on GetSnus?

    I think this might be my first attempt at dip. lol.

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  • LaZeR
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    Originally posted by NonServiam View Post
    HaHa! Yeah, as if you wasn't going through enough hell just trying to find the Timberwolf at your local stores. Now you have another mission to undertake. Your headbanging computer guy signature is now more appropriate than ever


    Yea so I walked to Giant Eagle on my lunch break and low and behold all I could find was the RedMan Snuff in the solid brown or whatever can. I knew it wasn't the right one so once again, I passed....

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  • NonServiam
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    Originally posted by LaZeR View Post
    oh LawD, Another one I must now try....
    HaHa! Yeah, as if you wasn't going through enough hell just trying to find the Timberwolf at your local stores. Now you have another mission to undertake. Your headbanging computer guy signature is now more appropriate than ever

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  • LaZeR
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    Originally posted by NonServiam View Post
    The T-Wolf fine cut is very soft. When you dip your fingers into it it's almost like powder or sawdust soft. Very nice. I decided to go with Redman Fine Cut Natural. Same company. Same price. I think the flavor is a little better and they come with tin lids instead of plastic.
    oh LawD, Another one I must now try....

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  • NonServiam
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    The T-Wolf fine cut is very soft. When you dip your fingers into it it's almost like powder or sawdust soft. Very nice. I decided to go with Redman Fine Cut Natural. Same company. Same price. I think the flavor is a little better and they come with tin lids instead of plastic.

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  • APX
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    Originally posted by LaZeR View Post
    First Impressions:

    Very fine & soft cut - comfortable on gums (The fiberglass must be cut fine enough not to be too abrasive).

    Nice solid but smooth & pure tobacco flavor (Reminds me a little of Copenhagen)

    Solid plastic - airtight tin BUT no discernible 'made date' or 'best by...'

    Noticing I'm spitting out a lot of the snuff in my towel lined cup after 10 or so minutes.

    I'm really starting to hate spitting after finally getting away from this after 30+ years from Copenhagen to Snus so this likely won't be enough to make me go back to dipping regularly but a nice change-up I suppose from time to time.

    Edit: Just took it out after about 20 min.s in. No problem(s) really but wanted to drink my coffee and I am not doing that with this shit in my mouth as compared to snus.
    I agree about spitting. I was mowing my lawn the other day and decided to take a dip instead of snus. Didn't realize what a pain spitting had been while doing stuff like that. Snus has made life a lot easier when it comes to not having to worry about where my spit cup is or where I'm going to spit, etc. Many times I forget that I even have snus in my mought, especially if it is los which conforms to the contours of my mouth easier than portions.

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