The title says exactly what I said after first smelling the contents of the tin. Dry like you would expect, but not difficult to take. Definitely a new favorite!
Lundy Foot de SWS
Aroma: tostado, tabaco natural, tierra seca, cartón seco, vainilla
Intensidad aromática: alta
Goteado frontal (en nariz): bajo
Goteado trasero (en garganta): bajo
Final (continuidad): media larga
El nombre es en honor a quien accidentalmente inventó el Scotch (scorched) Snuff.
Vit N muy alta para repetir a menudo. Bueno para las mañanas. Fácil de tomar.
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A complex, rich, bold snuff. It's a finely ground powder. Smells very strongly of leather, charred wood, some earthiness and a slight hint of vanilla. I'll have to grow into it a bit more, but this is delicious. 4 out of 5 stars.
My collection of SWS snuff is quite extensive, but this is the one I come back to again and again. Lundy Foot is strong, very finely ground, and easier to take than most snuff this fine and dry. This is a non-scented snuff with a whole lot of character.
While it is reminiscent of the 'Scotch' snuffs made here in America such as Garrett or Brutons, it's just not the same - it's far, far better! It has that characteristically smoky scent that a Scotch snuff should, but it doesn't overwhelm like the American snuff oft does. Additionally, there's just the finest hint of a sort of floral aroma.
Taking Lundy Foot reminds me of walking in the meadow next to my old neighbor's farm as a kid (quite specific I know). It's simply wonderful snuff, and my all-time favorite. My hat goes off to Mr. Scott for continuing to make such a magnificent product; a true masterpiece!
Aroma and snuffability put this one at the top of my toasts list. The blend of tobaccos used produces a scent of delicious depth. It is dry as are all toasts, but something about the grind seems to make this one a little easier to take. If you like toasts and have not tried a SWS snuff, Lundy Foot is a perfect starting point. 5 out of 5 from me- no doubt!