Skoal Moist Snuff
Skoal is produced by the U.S. Smokeless Tobacco Company, which is a subsidiary of Altria. It is considered a higher-priced product within the dipping tobacco market. Skoal was first produced by USSTC in 1934.
“Skoal” is an Anglicisation of skål, a term used in some Scandinavian regions to announce a toast of friendship, with connotations of well-wishing. Skoal is often frowned upon in the “dipping community” because it is a brand of moist snuff that contains fruity flavors and less nicotine and many times even priced higher than other brands.