SNUV White range of snuffs are all based on classic "white" tobacco.
Although more a pale brown, white snuff is very strong and of very fine grind.
For this reason we recommend that only seasoned, expert or masochistic snuffers even attempt these snuffs. Small pinches sniffed carefully and gently is what is required if you don't want mucus streaming for various orifices.Â
You have been warned.
SNUV Toot is a raspberry flavour much like Ozona R-Type except these raspberries will punch you in the face if you don't heed the above warning. Otherwise it is a refreshing, light, not candied summer snuff with intense satisfaction.
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Just a Smaallll pinch packs a punch. I wouldn't Recommend if you're brand new to snuff
What can I say except WOW! This snuff was worth the little wait it took to get to Canada! I went ahead and ordered the entire white line and I was not disappointed with Toot. It comes in hard and fast, definitely not for the faint of heart or the beginner. But that burn is sooo satisfying, even as tears come to your eyes and your ears start to burn. A nice serving of vitamin N, even for someone like me who has a high tolerance. Toot is my second favorite of this line (following by Genuine White) and easily in my top three favorite snuffs. As soon as I opened the tin, I was blasted by raspberry sweet flavors. But make no mistake! The second you take even the smallest sniff, you instantly know that this is a hard hitting, good snuff that you will come back to over and over again! I LOVE the strong flavors that this line is bringing to me! 10/10 will repeat!
In North America, the traditional harvest festival of Thanksgiving is celebrated with the carving of a roasted turkey. Similar to a Christmas goose, but significantly larger and without the layer of schmaltz inherent to Anseriformes. If the meleagris is not carefully cooked, the meat will quickly become dry and tough. It can also taste a little bland, requiring heavy seasoning. Usually, turkey is served with cranberry sauce in order to deepen the flavour and moisten the chew.
Once the tin is unscrewed, Toot releases a marked aroma of raspberries without the smell of wet leaves, generally associated with dark tobaccos. Finely ground and skin coloured, the entire White range looks more like blush than snuff. Upon uptake, it provides a sting that morphs into a deep burn that thoroughly coats the nasal cavities; through a generous helping of nicotine, it quickly numbs the incisors. Toot’s intense flavouring is of raspberry mixed with the sourness of cranberry and cardamom. While I am certain that it was not created to be served with Thanksgiving Dinner, its mouth-watering attributes are well suited to enhance the meal.