Having worked for the U.S. Government, I know what F.U.B.A.R. means. I truly expected to get blown away by this snuff, however, it did not do it for me at all. I then noticed that it is NOT an American snuff, despite the acronym. It is an Indian snuff, which I have yet to have one that is of any value whatsoever. It is like snuffing WEISSE snuff. Totally disappointed! I would NOT reorder this myself. However, if you are in to weak mamby pamby snuff, then by all means, go ahead. Just don't be fooled by the acronym. You will be disappointed!
I have found this to be very enjoyable. It has a good nic hit with little burn. Similar to Viking blonde in texture and is similar in rich creamy flavor, though darker and richer. Highly recommended. Not as dry as indicated, holds enough moisture to retain some clumps.
my first snuff, reminded me of the dry deserts of afganistan....G.I.s in a truck...Its only weelky for me now.....virginia, latakia, other earthy blends. still a great snuff.
This so called American snuff is a good introduction to the snuff from India. It has a fine grind and plenty enough moisture to suit a newcomer to the snuff world. The color is a deep red. the nicotine although absorbed quickly is in the medium range. The scent it that of coconut but not as predominate as WOW coconut toffee this is less sweet. The tobacco base dose shine through.
This is a good Dholakia product don't let the hype scare you. I could use this all day at any time. In my opinion this is not a dessert snuff.do your self a favor pick up the large can it won't last long.
I am foremost a lover of tobacco. I like it unadulterated and strong, and Grunt fits the bill. I don't get the intense nicotine rush that others describe, and I generally mix it with a strong scotch like Rooster. Why I am addicted to this snuff is the cigar-ish scent so sought after but so seldom found in snuffs. I do recommend airing this out before using.