Cold Smoke Tobacco
Cold Smoke Tobacco is the oldest locally owned and operated alternative tobacco shop in the Gallatin Valley, providing quality tobaccos not typically found in the local convenience store. They support the best selection and best prices on all locally made glass pipes in Montana. Also find an outstanding collection of water filtration pieces, vaporizers, hookahs, shisha tobacco, rolling papers, natural body detoxification products, grinders, potpourri, herbal incense and every type of smoking accessory you can imagine. If you want it, they’ve got it. If they don’t have it, they’ll get it. If they can’t get it, you don’t need it. They provide Southwest Montana with the best alternative tobacco products and accessories.
• Motto: “Cold Smoke Tobacco is your connection to the finest tobacco accessories in Southwest Montana”
• Founded: 2003
• Why They’re Unique: They have the nicest, most helpful and most knowledgeable staff around. Their employees want to make sure you get exactly what you came for, quickly, conveniently and always with a smile.
• They Can Answer Questions Relating to: How do you break in a new tobacco pipe? How do you moisten dry pipe tobacco? How do you clean a glass tobacco pipe? What’s the best method for cleaning your metal or wooden tobacco pipe?
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Visit them: 8 North 9th Street Bozeman, Montana 59715 (Map)
Call them: 406-556-8444
Email them: firstname.lastname@example.org
Visit their website: http://coldsmoketobacco.com/
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Smoking Tobacco Tip:
Smoking tobacco from a pipe is an old-fashioned pastime that is enjoyed within many cultures to this day. However, forgetting to clean your pipe regularly can leave tobacco tasting dreadful and the buildup of tobacco residue will certainly inhibit your pipe’s performance. You will need to clean the stem and the bowl. To clean the stem, you will probably need a fair amount of pipe cleaners. The pipe cleaner is a long metal wire with soft bristles around it. Insert a pipe cleaner in to the mouthpiece and push it through until it emerges in the bowl. Repeat this procedure, using a fresh pipe cleaner for each pass, until the pipe cleaner comes out entirely clean. To clean the bowl, first empty any debris by turning it upside down and tapping it. Next, take a pipe reamer and “shave” most of the cake off but not all of it because the cake (a mixture of carbonized ash and tobacco) serves as a protective coating inside the bowl itself. Please note that the above cleaning process can be used for wood or metal pipes and glass pipes require a different method. Stop in to pick up your pipe cleaning supplies and for more helpful tips.