chris&amy wrote:Growing up in North Carolina working in tobacco was my summer job for years. After the tobacco is harvested the farmer places it into Bulk Barns that dry it out the leaves. Oh the sweet smell is to die for! I would suggest trying leaves like this instead of processed leaves from a cigarette. If I remember correctly the nicotine is much less like this. This is just my thoughts on this but this is very interesting. Another reason I say that the nicotine is lower is because the deer love it and I think one of my boss's said they eat it because of the low nicotine.
But then if you're wrong, or someone gets their hands on something stronger, then it could be lethal. Is it really worth the risk?
If you really like the two, then just enjoy a cigar alongside
a good tea. This can make a fantastic combo, if that's your thing, without trying to make a potentially lethal drink that probably wouldn't taste good.