Mullins and Westley is a highly traditional and crafted blend of Malawi and South American tobaccos that is uniquely mixed as a medium to dry snuff that dates back to the 18th century. All within the form of being scented, the recipe is based on a London best-loved formula that is over 300 years of age. A more historical based product with a stronger tobacco earthiness that's significantly balanced in terms of the flavoring and sensation. A long lasting and enjoyable sensation from an old favorite.
Available in a convenient 20 gram container.
Also, you get a discount by the dozen.
Mullins & Westley’s “Keen Scented” is not what I consider to be either exciting or interesting in terms of nasal entertainment. This russet brown snuff is a medium ground mixture of flavours such as menthol, leather and peat. It has slight burn on the uptake and supplies a mild nicotine hit. Before getting too excited, however, this combination of flavours, which is quite agreeable in most instances, can become rather unpleasant in others. What “Keen Scented” predominately sells is moisture; not the warm humidity of the tropics, but that cold & clammy November moisture that breeds mold and fosters disease. Mixed with menthol, this snuff tastes like a broken wet sauna, badly in need of disinfecting. To be honest, it put me off snuff for a while.