This is snuff at it's elegant best. The flavour is luscious, sweet, aromatic and outstandingly deep with a slightly course mill and rich colouring. As it's named after a mid 20th century bit part player in English films its clearly not an ancient blend - but it feels as though it should be one of those remnants from the 1700's. Until I bought some of this a few weeks ago I had not tried Dr JR Justice in 20 odd years and I have no idea why I stopped buying it because in my opinion it is one of those great rarities - a perfect snuff.
JR Justice was for me a 2nd-tier snuff, but I still enjoyed it very much. It seems "diffusely melancholy" somehow, like watching an autumn rain through a bay window while listening to Brahms (not Beethoven, Haydn, or Schubert but still very good). I seem to have gone through the F/T's I had in the following order: Morlaix, JR Justice, Old Paris, Seville.
Recommended for the Fribourg and Treyer Dr. J. R. Justice