Onion loving olive eating ass, and sick bastard.
I get that from quite a few snuffs. I can't tell if the burn is from nicotine or menthol. One snuff (it's Indian & black, but I threw away the tin) had what I thought was a menthol kick, but after a lot of careful sniffing I realized it was eucalyptus and lemon grass.I am inclined to suggest that there has to be some mentol in the mix but I am not sure.
Is in most respects the big brother of Nutty-Ella. There is much more nut aromas in Nutty-Joe which are stronger than the chocolate aspect which gives this snuff a more earthy tone than the mild sweetness of Nutty-Ella. I get quiet a burn out of Nutty-Joe which isn't the case with the sister snuff. I am inclined to suggest that there has to be some mentol in the mix but I am not sure. It seems to me that I get a hint of earthy base tobacco which is totally covered in Nutty-Ella. Nutty-Joe is less Nutella and more like the smell in a chockat specialty store. The only aspect in which Nutty-Ella is bigger than Nutty-Joe is in the duration of the experience. Nutty-Joe hits quiet good but fades in a mater of minutes.
Where did you pick this up from? That sounds up my alley…Artisan Barleywine
This is my first review so let’s fumble through it together. It comes in a typical Toque tin and was black as a cloud cover night. Coarse grind that reminded me of wet compost. I couldn’t nail down a smell while it was in the tin so up the hooter it goes.
Now is when the ball game changed. Super easy to pinch or paddle up and sat well. The first deep inhale and I got the smell of 2 row barley when you are steeping it in a mash tun. Malty and earthy. I’m still searching smells so badly wanting it be a barleywine and there it is a slight hoppy vegetal smell that smelled just like aged whole leaf Fuggle hops. I was blown away that they really captured a deep rich hopped Barleywine in a snuff. A winner for me.
I like that snuff too. Pretty mild and it reminds me of a fresh lush garden.McChrystals Summer Harvest
Didn’t know what to expect since it was my first from this brand. Dang it’s nice though! Reminds me of toque raspberry menthol without the menthol. Light-medium kick and it faded out for me within a few minutes. Took easy and didn’t blast into my sinuses despite taking quite a bit which is a huge plus for me. Very pleasantly surprised and looking forward to my other 11 flavors from my variety sampler pack.
This is going to seem a little weird, but, take a pinch, give it a minute or two then go outside, note the difference in smell, try this with all your Snuff, the difference can be quite pleasant.Fubar Medic:
Made for Mr. Snuff in India. Moderate moisture, fine/medium grind. On first snuff, I pick up is the raw tobacco barnyard scent that is quite different than McChrystal's or other English snuffs I've tried. The menthol, less up-front than other minty snuffs, comes in after. Medium nic hit, certainly not a powerhouse. Few sneezes, and for some reason this one clogs up my sinuses pretty well after a few pinches.
To be honest, at first I hated it. Then after a while, the raw tobacco really grew on me, and I've noticed the scent lingering for up to an hour or so later. It became really pleasant as a background scent, complementing a meal or a beer. I'm still in the learning curve in the best way to manage it while snuff (I still get some nasal drip occasionally), I like it.
Yep. This entirely changes the scent of a lot of snuffs. I like getting a couple pinches of plumcake and then walking out the door.This is going to seem a little weird, but, take a pinch, give it a minute or two then go outside, note the difference in smell, try this with all your Snuff, the difference can be quite pleasant.
This is going to seem a little weird, but, take a pinch, give it a minute or two then go outside, note the difference in smell, try this with all your Snuff, the difference can be quite pleasant.
Yep. This entirely changes the scent of a lot of snuffs. I like getting a couple pinches of plumcake and then walking out the door.