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We are now offering 5 smoking blends which are combinations of herbs and tobacco found in various parts of the country. Each pouch contains app 1-3/4 ounce of kinni-kinnick.

We offer the "Ceremonial" blend, which is a blend of leaves, roots and tobacco's reminiscent of the smoke from Indian ceremonial fires.

We have the "Northern Plains" which is a mild blend of cool burning tobacco's, leaves and herbs common to Indians of the upper Missour River country.

The 3rd blend is called Prairie Pride which is a light sweet blend of tobacco's and herbs from the prairie country.

The 4th blend is called Eastern Woodlands and is a unique blend of tobaccos, roots and bark favored by Indian forest dwellers of Eastern USA.

The 5th blend is called Northwest Coast and is an aromatic blend of tobaccos carefully mixed with herbs and bark from the Pacific Northwest. It recreates a favorite smoke of the Totem Pole people.

Buy 1 or try all 5!

Just a note on shipping. Our software only allows us to charge separately for each individual item ordered. If you are ordering multiple items, the shipping charge may seem high when you check out. Be assured that we DO combine shipping when customers order multiple items and you will be issued a refund, to the card you use to make your purchase. If you would like an accurate shipping quote before placing your order, you can contact us prior to placing it. You can also call us at (605)413-9954 and place your order over the phone. If it's done this way, you will get charged the correct amount at the time of purchase.
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