This one requires a more sophisticated palate perhaps. The peaty, smoky, heady scent of malt whiskey is noticeable from a distance of a meter when the tin is opened. So coarse and moist, i was able to tilt the tin 90 degrees, in order to show the snuff to the camera, when I filmed a review on this for youtube...and i didn't lose a single precious grain. A winner, albeit expensive. Note that I incorrectly stated the price in the youtube review...oops. So far, this one is my favorite in the Sir Walter Scott's range, with Lundy Foot, Moro Moro and Creme de Figue follwoing close behind.