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    Tobacco Forte by MST

    I don't know if this trinciato is sold outside Italy, but for the kentucky lovers is real bless.
    The receipe said pure Kentucky with apical leaves, strong (Forte).. in flavour and strengt quite nicotinic tobacco. A piece of histoty about italian tobacco, a baccy that all our ancestors smoked in their pipes, years ago was even better more rough and strong nowdays like all the natural tobacco all over europe
    Receipe changed a little, but still unless for me one of the best Kentucky. If anyone have the chance to try it woud tell me about his goodness. It still by years my every day tobacco


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    Ah yes the apical meristem, a term from my favourite subject biology. The growth centre of the plant, usually at the top which contains all of the "good stuff."

    Apical meristem is found at the apices, or tips of the plant, both the tip of the shoot and the root, and is a region of actively dividing cells. The definition is easy to remember when you break it down. An apex (plural: apices) is the tip, the very end, of something.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ludwig View Post
    I don't know if this trinciato is sold outside Italy,
    No, I'm pretty sure it's not, Ludwig. I've never seen Italian pipe tobacco outside of Italy. In the UK we have 'Cellini Clasico' but that's made by planta, in Germany. Although I believe they use tobacco leaves from Tuscany & Umbria. That forte pieno sounds very good. Thanks for telling us about it Ludwig.
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    I must say, it looks like something I would like.
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    They also have local cigar producers who only sell to their province. I wish I could get a hold of those Tuscany cigars.
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    That sounds delicious, ludwig. I wonder if any tobacco shops in Italy will ship to the US.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Piffyr View Post
    That sounds delicious, ludwig. I wonder if any tobacco shops in Italy will ship to the US.
    Sorry Anthony italian monopoly don't allows tobacco through the post not even if you buy from an italian tobacconist,.. also I can't receive tobacco from abroad or from Italy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brooklin Bill View Post
    They also have local cigar producers who only sell to their province. I wish I could get a hold of those Tuscany cigars.
    The toscano cigars I used to buy when living in London in a tobacconist at the west end,.. they also good to be smoked broken in a pipe

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    I used to buy here :: G.Smith & Sons 74 Charing Cross road london. I think they can ship also the 'Forte' pipe tobacco from Italy... make sure you ask for ''pieno'' for pipe because exist one type the 'fine' for and rolling.. too fine for pipes..

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    Quote Originally Posted by ludwig View Post
    I used to buy here :: G.Smith & Sons 74 Charing Cross road london. I think they can ship also the 'Forte' pipe tobacco from Italy... make sure you ask for ''pieno'' for pipe because exist one type the 'fine' for and rolling.. too fine for pipes..


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