Horse Feathers was one of the Marx Brothers most popular films. Groucho played Professor Quincy Adams Wagstaff and delivered the famous line “I don’t know what they have to say, it makes no difference anyway. Whatever it is, I’m against it!”
Horse Feathers is very different to snuffs you may have tried before. It combines a Rustica Tobacco base, with Sweet Basil and Floral scents, along with a hint of Star Anise to offer a warm sweetness and a powerful and lasting burn.
"During last 2 years I've reviewed over 350 Snuffs on my Simply Snuff! YouTube Channel. The time has come to put the experience and knowledge I have acquired to good use!
These four new Snuffs bring together a delicious range of base tobaccos and toppings to provide a new and unique snuff experience! Thanks for all your support and kindness, and I hope you enjoy these Snuffs as much as I do.
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What a wonderful snuff. Grind and moisture are spot on. The citrus and other components create a fantastic aroma in the nose that hangs around nicely. I've tried alot of snuff in the last year and this is the first one I felt the need to post a review, you simply must try this. Looking forward to trying Simon's other blends.
OK out of the four simply snuff this is probably my favorite. A lot going on in the flavor.very enjoyable
I enjoy the citras flavor. Plenty strong for first thing
On point with grind and moisture. Upon sniff you get a small bit of a burn just enough to tease the nostrils. Then the orange bursts forth and quickly swirls with the grapefruit which I find very pleasant. As the initial burst of citrus flavors start to subside the jasmine and musk become more noticeable. I do hope Simon comes up with some more one of a kind scents as this is a wonderful surprise compared to much of the same humdrum snuff out there.
Boodleam is an interesting one. It's everything it says it is, but the sum of the parts in the nose goes to town. Jasmin and Musk nudge aside the citrus notes, only for the citrus to return. The scents are long-lasting and very enjoyable. I believe there's a touch of menthol that helps the notes shine. Well worth a purchase. Bravo.