I first tasted Cope in the 10th grade hallway from a farmer friend.For a 12 day trip I took a tub, tubs stay moist longer, and 3 cans to refill as needed, and during the flights.
I use Longhorn Straight long cut.
Generally a tub will last me 8-9 days, with 2 or 3 cans in reserve.
Thus far, In 2 trips, I haven't had a problem getting thru customs/SAPS.
1 tub in check baggage and 1 tub in carrying on and 2-4 cans on you should be good to get you through your 20 day trip. If not please let me know. This is my plan for a 26 day trip and I hope this works.
If you have stopped dipping, you are my hero. I use to only dip or chew long leave when I (we) couldnt smoke. I totally quit smoking now if I could only quit dipping; which is harder than quitting smoking.I first tasted Cope in the 10th grade hallway from a farmer friend.
The moment I put it in my mouth, I was hooked.
I don't know what it is about Cope, but it had me at hello.
It's not sweet, but it tastes good to me.
The fine snuff cut also made it easy to gut.
If @Glenn Slaven is anything like me, long-cut straight ain't gonna do the trick.
Man, this makes me want a dip again.
Try the Longhorn/Grizzly/Skoal longcut mint. It’ll keep you from getting intestinal worms too. They used to give horses tobacco to prevent worms. When my granddaughter asks me what’s in the can, I tell her it’s worm medicine.Took a pinch of Copenhagen once at work, being around a bunch of chewers, nearly gagged out, worst, most foul tasting stuff I ever tasted. Like having salty dirt in your mouth.
I dont see the attraction at all...
My factory used to adjoin a snuff factory, Bute Snuff it was called. Well uou should have seen what went into that stuff, including some gourds of foul fermented soggy mush. They would then semi-dry it on large open heated pans and I have to admit the aroma was gorgeous at that stage. It must have been highly addictive, he retired well.As a former chewer stopping 40 years ago, it was the hardest thing I ever did!
As a Surgical Oncologist I've made a living by cutting out cancers caused by tobacco for 30 years!
This includes lungs, esophagus, tongues, voice boxes, jaw bones and many other body parts!
Based on the number of respondents here on AH, if I continue to practice for a few more years, and
give a significant discount to afflicted AH members (and I would be honored to care for you) and then still retire I could go on Safari everyday for the rest of my life!
and for those who quit, if you put your daily chew money in a piggy bank everyday, you could save a boat load of cash , and perhaps save yourself a horrible & expensive ordeal and you would have enough money to go on a hunt with me!
I personally think both plans are win-win deals!
Just food for thought for a great group of folks here on AH!
If you think that’s bad you should see what goes into hot dogs.My factory used to adjoin a snuff factory, Bute Snuff it was called. Well uou should have seen what went into that stuff, including some gourds of foul fermented soggy mush. They would then semi-dry it on large open heated pans and I have to admit the aroma was gorgeous at that stage. It must have been highly addictive, he retired well.