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I'm curious where you were going with this topic. Zubrowka kinda works as a tobacco flavoring. Hierochloe odorata I believe is what you refer to.
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I am a member of a nz distilling forum, some of us are experimenting with Hierochloe redolens as a substitute for Hierochloe odorata for making Zubrowka. In my reading I discovered the use of it as a flavoring for tobacco....

I was querying safe usage, mixing ratios etc
I did find this useful thread That mostly answered my questions http://fairtradetobacco.com/threads/5454-Deer-Tongue-Tonka-Beans-Safety-and-Use?highlight=odorata

I am intrigued by this plant now.
You might try carphephorus odoratissimus as well. Very difficult to grow, but you can probably find a mail order supply.
 
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