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ATTN: Any distributors to businesses

FireMarthFireMarth Member
edited July 2010 in General
Hey guys,

I know a couple of reps browse the site here (Toque, Nicotine Rush, and Mr. Snuff come to mind).
I heard the Poeschl is pulling out of the US, and the only snuff that are currently sold at the tobacco shop I work at are Poeschl snuffs (Two Ozona flavors and Gawith Apricot). Since I am the only person in the shop that uses snuff regularly, my manager told me to look through our distributor catalog to find some other kinds to replace these.
The problem is, we only have one distributor that sells snuff, and they have a very limited selection (just a few American Scotches and the like).

I'm looking to see if any of the reps here distribute to businesses, preferably one that sells a variety of snuffs. The shop I work in is in Southwestern Ohio (near Dayton), if that matters at all.
Just curious!


  • cstokes4cstokes4 Member, Moderator
    Mr. Snuff sells wholesale:
  • Toque sells wholesale and has applied for FDA approval.
  • ...and the Toque logo will catch the eyes as well.
  • ...and the toque snuff itself will catch the noses.

    I NEED TO MOVE 12 ROLLS OF GENERAL PORTIONS. WILL SELL FOR $35 FOR 10 TINS INCLUDING SHIPPING, USA ONLY.  No problem shipping to Canada but I'll have to include an additional shipping cost.

  • Pike MopersPike Mopers Member
    edited July 2010 PM
    I know if I found a local B&M selling Toque I would probably buy about $50 worth just to encourage them to keep carrying it. Only snuffs I've ever seen in a B&M were Poschls.
  • CarolCarol Member
    I'd love to be able to just walk into a store and buy snuff.
  • If you start carrying snuff, I'll gladly drive to Dayton to buy some.
  • I'm in Columbus. I'll drive to support B&M snuff. Whisper me the addy.
  • New here, but would like to say that I, too, would travel to Dayton area. I'm about 2 1/2 hours away.
  • You'd seriously travel 2.5 hours for snuff????????? Bloody hell that's like me going to London for snuff. I'll stick to the shop a mile from me ta very much lol.

  • enten-ellerenten-eller Member
    edited July 2010 PM
    What I mean is that I get to that general area 2-3 times a year. But also, this is geographically a much larger country than yours ....................... 2.5 hours is not that far/long for us. I've lived in cities where it could take an hour or more to travel from one side to the other. The closest "good" B&M to me is nearly as far as Dayton is to me. However, I'm getting older and my world smaller, so I'd rather be in a position like yours. :) I've lived lots of places and at times I've lived close to shops. Smaller towns not close to larger cities usually don't carry the better snuffs. I would definately make a fairly large purchase if I were to make one in Dayton.
  • Stefan,

    It's a whole different ball game to us. When I lived over there, friends would say we're going to the local bar and drive 100 miles. In the UK if it isn't 100 meters it isn’t local.


    Tell your boss he needs some Toque fast, as the locals are on their way.
  • bobbob Member
    It's worse here roderick. But that's because there are so many bars in this town that going an extra block is out of the way when you really probably already at a bar or at least walking by one.
  • Firemarth -- I agree with Roderick about your boss ordering Toque. :)
  • Depends on the town. Depends on the region. Depends on what you're looking for. Some towns have lots of bars, others very few. NYC is a whole different ballgame.
  • CarolCarol Member
    Our town has a little bar, but all he sells is crappy 3.2 beer, and the old man hates hippy types. I went in there to grab a Coke and I thought I was going to melt at the look he gave me!
  • dont melt. just tell him the world is going to end with him.
  • bobbob Member
    carol you could kill him with kindness or wait is that knifes. I don't know I can't ever rememeber probably why I don't go to bars often.
  • Glad to see people would be interested in getting snuff easily in the region!
    I'm trying to see what I, and the distributors, can do...
  • FireMarth -- Will be interesting to see how it turns out.

    Carol -- I can easily picture that beer joint.
  • miamimarkmiamimark Moderator
    @ Carol... You brought back some funny memories for me. Me and my friends would go to happy hour every Friday, all dressed up in suits and ties, straight from work. Usually about 2am we would end up at the only place around that sold six packs to go, a biker bar. (this was in Maryland, probably over 20 years ago) We always felt so odd going in there and very uncomfortable. One Thanksgiving we went in there to buy beer (to go) and noticed they had a huge spread of Thanksgiving food, all for free. We ended up spending the whole day there and had a fantastic time. Some of the nicest people I had ever met, very open and accepting of everyone. Definitely a "don't judge a book by it's cover" moment for me.
  • RoderickRoderick Member
    edited July 2010 PM
    I remember a friend taking me to an Indian bar in Vancouver to see Chief Dan George and I never felt so many eyes on me at one time, scary.

    A funny one; was taking my best-man, a Karate instructor who had a very pronounced Brummy/English accent, to some of the toughest pubs in Dundee/Scotland. Rather naively we were hoping we'd see him in action, but fortunately for us they loved him and kept buying him drinks all night!
  • I think I'm fond of the Brummy (or maybe moreso Black Country) accents.......especially from/with/whatever women. Maybe I wouldn't if I heard them alot though.
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