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After over a month of not receiving my order and the USPS tracking showed it came to the US, bounced around between Miami, Atlanta, NYC and then went back across the pond ending up in London. It was clear my package wasn’t coming.
So the kind folks at MrSnuff got another replacement order out ASAP - no questions asked. The second time I received my snuff and I’m a happy customer that will return.
Pay attention other internet stores - This is how you take care of customers. Thanks Mr.Snuff!
Alex in South Florida.
The name Highland Ice is a misnomer, as this snuff is more medicated than cool. Its camphor is predominant, erasing the menthol it contains. If ice is what you are looking for, I recommend Pöschl’s Gletcher Prise, whose menthol is so frosty that icicles start dripping from your nose. Nonetheless it is a wonderful snuff that I enjoy using in alternation with McCrystal’s CBD. Red like the famed walls of Marrakech, it is the stuff of rest & relaxation; perfect while on leave, like a simple gin & tonic serving to put one’s nerves at ease. Less intense than Wilson’s Grand Cairo, it is fitting for a statesman. I picture Winston Churchill at La Mamounia, with a used tin of it on his easel, dipping his brush in it to deftly mix his aquarelle.
This is the real deal. Having a shelved closet floor to ceiling of every snuff, past and present, my money can buy ... of the contemporary snuffs this is within my very favorite. For the uninitiated to medicated that component may be a bit off putting, but the menthol is muted compared to mainstays such as Hedges and J&H Wilson. The blueberry is not a candy but the aroma of leaning over a pot of boiling berries on your stove. It makes me dream of vacationing in Maine, and the medication (being accustomed) frees and cools my airways. Certainly a snuff to bring to a deserted island.
Aztec is a chocolaty snuff that is sweet and milky and easy to take; it is short in the nose and quick to dissipate. It reminds me Kinder Schokolade or a glass of Nestlé Quick. It is much sweeter than Bernard’s Postillion, which is dryer and tastes more like Fry’s Cocoa. It triggers memories of ski trips with school and is wonderful after playing in snow. It is a good snuff to share with the uninitiated, as it is quite inoffensive, and is a sweet alternative in lieu of desert.
Phenolic, somewhat cloying tin note may be a bit off-putting but once in the nose, it fades to a mild and slightly nutty scent. Very legit nicotine load. Highly recommended if you can take Indian white snuffs comfortably.
Wee Drams is a warm snuff with a mild burn, but only present right at the onset. Its flavours are subtle and well-balanced, with nothing too dominant that may overwhelm or cause any form of offense. There are hints of leather, vanilla and candied orange peel, which serve as a pleasant refreshment, which does not mask or alter the taste of any drink it is meant to accompany. Good with scotch, as it is not too sweet, it is a particularly fine pairing to an Old Fashioned. This inoffensive snuff is not the stuff of exotic locales, but rather, a visit, right down the street, to your favourite local speakeasy.
Most of the reviews for this are way off in my opinion. Way off. The added flavors, are not discernible as such. At all. The tobacco is the absolute star of this show. Front and center. The tobacco isn’t dark IMO either. Medium at best. Pontefract Priory is dark. Moro Moro smells and looks like light and medium mixed. I don’t know a lot about it, just seems like that’s how it would be classified as Moro Moro is very light next to Pont Priory.
The aroma out of the tin is strong hay. Not orange. Not florals or citrus. Tobacco. Hay. Upon taking a large pinch up each, the immediate aroma is strong hay. Tobacco. Typical of lighter tobaccos (as far as I know).
Don’t get me wrong. Here’s the rest of it. The snuff is absolutely masterfully done. I think what’s going on here is that Johnny is such a master at what he does, the result is such a powerful, aromatic snuff, it stands completely on a level all alone at the top as far as I can tell. Not the next level either. It’s several levels above anything else IMO. It is not a perfumed snuff. It is not aromatic in a way that you will smell what’s in the description. You will smell the tobacco. Because that was the intention it appears, and it is masterfully done. Strong aroma that doesn’t fade. Strong nicotine. Will cure a craving for a smoke I guarantee it. Will buy again.
Johnny’s snuffs are several cuts above. This one is no exception. Just don’t expect Seville. This ain’t that. Seville is a cheap hooker next to Moro Moro.
Sicilian burst is an easy snuff to consume with deep flavours of Sorrento lemons. It recalls lazy afternoons in Capri where the quaffing of limoncellos after lunch seemed like such a good idea at the time. It is a nice snuff to clean the palette without the lingering sweetness that consuming too much of the liquor quite often entails. I found it particularly nice as sundowner in accompaniment to strong gin & tonic.
Over the top customer service. Love the Sam G. And mchrystals and Old Paris. Thanks so much for helping me with my order. Mr Snuff is a top notch business. Cheers!
This snuff blew my socks off!!! dont let that barnyard odor people are talking about scare you away from this one you would be totally missing out, because its actually a very pleasant grassy slightly horse/cow poopy smell but not in a bad way if that makes sense i cant explain without you trying it but it really is nice and there is a natural tobacco smell that i think people will really enjoy i know i certainly do. The nicotine on this one is absolutely phenomenal. In my honest opinion this is the strongest snuff ive tried, and ive tried most of the heavy hitters, still need to try NTSU black and kendal brown though haha. As soon as I sniff a nice pile of this snuff i feel an instant head change and a change within my body its a definite pleasant nicotine buzz.
He'd say don't be a pussy Simon!!!
Unique to the snuffs I have tried thus far, Summer Harvest combines a deep raspberry flavour with a base of wet autumn leaves. Its slight burn recalls mornings of warm buttered toast generously smothered in raspberry jam. It triggers childhood memories of Maynard’s chewy Swedish Berries, which always got stuck in the back of my teeth. It is a pleasant evening snuff, which serves as a replacement to pudding or in accompaniment to a plate baked camembert and glasses of late vintage port.
Cool stories. How 'bout divvying down and cut us a few lines so we can comment and rate it? Or is Uncle Pablo a bit stingy?🤔😉😁
When I go to a snuff site, I usually try to see if they have this snuff. I would not say it is an everyday snuff; no, it is much too valuable for that! I love herbal flavored anything, but I've found herbal snuffs to be a let-down, but not this one. I am sure that it has peppermint oil (not menthol) as well, which I love. I love the smell of real peppermint (spirament not so much). Anywho, I am being called to dinner; otherwise, I'd go on a bit longer.
Good children have nothing to fear from McChrystal’s glacier. Like ground candy cane it induces sugar plum fairies to dance in your head. Similar to Bernard’s Stiff Prise, yet much sweeter like the blessed children it is crafted to please.