Poschl Gletscherprise 10g

Poschl Gletscherprise 10g

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Poschl Gletscherprise, as the name implies, is a pinch off the ol' glacier. This amalgam of prize tobacco leaves and a spicy brew of eucalyptus, camphor and Mentholatum that combine to provide a dramatic lift with just one whiff. This aggregate produces a very refreshing and cooling sensation in the nose without undue discomfort. The nicotine is mild but the sensation is bold. This snuff may be eligible for your rotation, give it a whirl and see.

Available in a convenient 10 gram container.
Also enjoy a discount for a box of 10.

Customer Reviews

Based on 49 reviews
Will Wise (Vancouver, US)
Awesome First Product

Came across this website out of curiosity of what snuff is. Ordered a couple popular packs, not having any idea of what I was looking for. (Didn't read descriptions either) Very surprised with this product, great menthol-cooling feel, nice and refreshing. Will be purchasing more in the future.

Anonymous (Garland, US)

potent but not to harsh

Robin Lindeque (Bad Homburg, DE)

I have not received my order yet

M.F. (Indianapolis, US)
A True Classic

Gletscher Prise is one of those classic snuffs that is so easy to take for granted. Pleasant and approachable, yet also hugely complex and exceptionally balanced, it offers delightful impressions of menthol, peppermint, fir oil, and horehound over a bed of rich cola, black cherry, dark chocolate, earth, peat, caramel, camphor, eucalyptus, molasses, juniper, and wintergreen. The grind is coarse, and the moisture content is high, allowing the snuff to sit in the nose very well. Nicotine content is somewhere between low and medium. One could easily do this snuff all day. I know that I certainly can. Check this one out if you are looking for a classic, mellow mentholated snuff with admirable complexity and depth.

H.G. (Cape Town, ZA)
Deivery of Snuff

Good day

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H. Groenewald.