Fresh lemon is the main attraction here. This non-tobacco "energy snuff" doesn't particularly provide energy nor does it provide a lot of mint. But the lemon is wonderful fresh and strong. It's not an artificial lemon at all. The lemon burst is followed by a gentle cooling sensation; if you're a big menthol or mint fan you'll be a bit disappointed. No the star of the show here is lemon lemon lemon. Like many sugar snuffs this one will tend to clog up the nose a bit but otherwise is a wonderful treat for those times when you choose not to imbibe tobacco.
I bought this to try as I am a fairly new snuff user and wanted to try a couple different things. I really enjoyed the lemon kick. Don't think there is too much mint. To me, the combination gives a bit of a wake up but it doesn't last long. Great to cleanse out or refresh the sinuses after an unpleasant aroma strikes.
I will keep a tin around for occasional use.
So... I like the taste. But, being listed under 'energy snuff', I ordered it for energy. So what's in it? The taste is quite nice and jolting... I disagree with the previous poster. The flavor is quite refreshing and different. My question lies in the ingredients. Where does the energy come into play?
I bought this because I love lemon and mint, but separately... this was the worst experience I have ever had. I really enjoy my wilson's tobacco snuffs, but I honestly can't say I enjoy this one bit. Maybe if it had a lot less mint and a little more lemon it could be nice. I will never buy it again, unless I can find a friend that likes it... which I haven't yet. most of them have the same reaction to it as I do. If someone was planning on buying this I would give them one word of advice "DON'T"