I was at the discount tobacco store this morning.. and spotted several old school chewing tobacco twists and plugs.. Ive read in several places that WAY back in the day, smoking a cut of twisted dried chewing tobacco was the common way, so I figured.. why not give it a shot... I picked up a knot of King B sweetened and got it home.. toke a pocketknife out and one of my beater cobs. The tobacco was, as I expected, hard and exceedingly dried... it was dark brown with a sheen but no moisture hardly at all. So I sliced off a couple coins worth of it minus the powder that some of it turned to and crumbled it up a bit on a piece of paper. Loaded up the chunkier pieces in the cobb and topped it off with some of the more powdery stuff. Gave it a light... It didn't take to a light very well at first.. and requires a couple relights but its DEFINITELY smokable... The flavor is a stronger tobacco flavor with a natural sweetness, kinda raisiny, with a stronger sweetness that is most definitely of molasses, which is what I assume is the main sweetener. It also seems to have just a little hint of some kinda spiciness, but not really sure on that one. All in all.. its a suprisingly good smoke, with the exception of the relighting issues. Burns REALLY slow, and keeps a really nice natural tobacco flavor I'm enjoying... Not really sure if drying it after chopping some off will help with the relighting issues.. but I'll have to try it. It took very little of the twist to fill my cobb so I'll be enjoying many more sessions of this twist.