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Pipe Tobacco

Postby syrianrue » 13 Jan 2016, 01:38

Does anyone know if there's any restrictions or added tax fees when it comes to ordering pipe tobacco from online sites that are outside of Taiwan?

Also, does anyone know of any places in Taiwan that sells Pipe Tobacco?

Thanks in advance!
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Re: Pipe Tobacco

Postby Charlie Jack » 13 Jan 2016, 17:03

syrianrue wrote:. . . does anyone know of any places in Taiwan that sells Pipe Tobacco?


I don't have any firsthand knowledge of such a store, but I found this on the board:

super_lucky wrote:
michaelcrace wrote:Any store selling pipe tobaco or cigars around town anymore? Good cigars used to be everywhere


Smoker's Inn, No. 28 , Lane 199, Sec. 4, Xinyi Road in Taipei, has by far the best selection of pipe tobacco, cigars, and accessories in the city. Also used to carry smokeless products, but now only carrying snus from Sweden. Ms. Ines is very nice, speaks good English, and will go out of her way to get what you want.


viewtopic.php?p=1272405#p1272405

The store's Facebook page:

https://goo.gl/qQB9cv

The store's location (I hope) on Google Maps:

https://goo.gl/maps/Rj8XUeWzkpG2

Hope this helps.
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Re: Pipe Tobacco

Postby ranlee » 14 Jan 2016, 17:54

Been there and the store is pretty awesome.

The liquor shop around the corner I hear sells the cheapest JW Blue Label in the city.
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