Fribourg & Treyer Santo Domingo is a rich and flavorful feast for the nose. This amalgam of tobaccos has produced a superb snuff that rivals even the schmalzlers for sheer taste. There ia a scent of an Irish bog with a smoldering fire in the air. This dark colored, sticky moist and very coarsely textured powder delivers a slight nose burn and an ample, long lasting nicotine supply. Enjoy a pinch today.
Available in a variety of convenient container sizes.
This snuff although a finely ground very dark snuff is so moist it's a bit difficult to get up your nose. Once you've get your pinches in though your hit with a pleasant, earthy tobacco aroma that is reminiscent of some pipe tobaccos I've enjoyed as well as a kind of woodsy day after a campfire smell that is very enjoyable. A small amount of front drip and little to no back drip which when present is quite salty and a little bitter. Good but not overwhelming nicotine. I like it I received this sample gratis courtesy of Mister Snuff's customer support points, thank you very much, but wouldn't hesitate to purchase this lovely snuff again. Very nice snuff.
Incredible snuff. Super coarse and moist grind is unique, scent is very strong and interesting, its an earthy base with a light floral note thats very pleasant. Really enjoy this with some sweet wine, and one of my favorites. I do it mostly at home though, F&T tins are very loose and this ones a bit messy.
At first, I didn't find this snuff appealing at all. After a few days though, I've begun to appreciate it. It is very complex, at first I just got a dark, fusty tobacco scent from it. Now, I get cedarwood and something bitter and floral. Reviews describe it as violet. The finish is leathery, it reminds me of Toque's Berwick Brown. Good, antique smelling snuff. Quite high in nicotine.
An excellent snuff! I adore the tin smell. It's a dark and dank aroma that envokes thoughts of soil, leather, wet wood. But it is complex as well with hints of other aromas that keeps this blend interesting. Moist, dark and coarse makes this messy but it is so, so worth it. If you like natural snuffs I would highly recommend you give this a try.
Six months of organic materials suddenly thawing and decomposing under the warmth of the equinoxal sun; this meaty snuff with strong leathery tones is best shoveled into the nostrils with an appropriately sized serving spoon. It’s smooth tobacco flavour well accompanies spirits of malted barley, wheat and rye while mimicking the pleasure of a fine cigar without the offense of thick blue smoke. Santo Domingo is Ram’s Head worthy and the snuff to enjoy in the library of one’s favourite Club whilst decompressing in an overstuffed green leather chair.