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Your Favorite Toast (and why...)

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  • For me it's a toss up between Irish 22 and F&T HDT. I like how the Wilson's cans you don't have to decant to use it, you can get your fingers into the F&T tubes but they do have a really sophisticated look.
  • It's good to see that Irish 22 is still up there @Brandasaur. Times have changed so much since I got into snuff, but it's reassuring to know that quality toasts remain timeless :)
  • HDT, Irish 22 and the now seemingly hard to find Irish D are the three toasts I have most experience of. Irish D I found a rather lacklustre, Irish 22 I enjoyed and HDT is the one I keep returning to. HDT gives me the most variety as different scents will come to the fore at different. Sometimes smoky, others nutty or leathery or sweetish biscuit.
  • For me HDT and Irish 22 taste almost the same in the nose. The tin note, HDT is more biscuity.

    It is good and I like both.
  • RogueRogue Member, Administrator
    Irish high toast is way up there for me, man.
    There's just something about it that's so strangely appealing.

  • Marmite on seeded bread, with salty butter. Why? Because it's delicious. 
    Oh, snuff? Irish 22. Why? It's one i can chain sniff without clogging me up , while i drink icy beer. 
  • Wilson’s #22 works for me. F&T seems identical or almost. I also mix in Snafu Plain to boost the nic level.
  • In bulk I buy, 22,or HTD, or TNT. I go with what is the best value. But my favorite toast is TNT.
  • I prefer Wilson's 22 over HDT and TNT,for every day use.
    But for special moments it's Lundy Foot or Havana Toast or St James Parish!
  • Lundy foot I’d say.
  • mrmanosmrmanos Member
    I have found that mixing Wilson’s 22 with any sweet American scotch delivers the toast scent and adds a sweetness not found in the toasts. I started doing it to stretch my hdt and to actually use some of the numerous scotches I have acquired over my years of snuff collecting. Sometimes I add some 6Photo Mysore Sandalwood to the mixture too.
  • mrmanosmrmanos Member
    Forgot to mention that the SG Irish D was my favorite toast. I haven’t seen it in quite awhile; I suppose it’s been discontinued for some unknown reason.
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