Snuv Black Range is a perfectly balanced blend of Rustica and Virginia tobaccos.
The color of the snuff is almost black. A fairly coarse grind along the lines of classic Bayern Prise German snuff, with a dash of paraffin oil which gives these snuffs their distinctive fluffy feel and also helps prevent the moisture from drying out.
Snuv Black Sinesis is a nod to Citrus Sinensis being the Latin name for sweet orange, except someone along the design chain spelled it wrong. Such is life. However Sinesis sounds pretty cool, so who are we to complain.
Aside from label woes, the snuff itself is delicious. It is definitively orange, tart and bright with zero candy flavor that so many fruit snuffs suffer from.
There is a hint of mint to enhance the distinct orange aromas.
When you snuff this Snuv Black Sinesis the orange is at first bang right up there in the nose, along with a decent burn and the tobaccos making themselves immediately known.
After a few minutes the orange eases off for a while but then after about 20 minutes starts to smooth its way back into your consciousness. Just when you think it might be time for a top up, back it comes. Enhanced by the occasional deep sniff to get some airflow, the sweet orange is here for round two. This is another winner from Snuv, and a must-have for citrus lovers and for anybody on a warm summer day when the blossoms are out. As a post meal snuff with an aperol spritz, it is tough to beat.Please hit the button below and let us know what you think. This really helps fellow enthusiasts choose.
If ya like Orange, your gonna love this! It sits tight in the nose, due to it's fluffy constancy and the taste is absolutely delicious. As a matter of fact, the whole line of this "Black" Snuff is damn near perfect Imo.
The “Black” series by SNUV is fast becoming my favourite line of snuffs. Deep and complex, they provide both novelty and familiarity. Eureka moments conjoined with bewilderment as to why they have not been concocted before.
Upon opening Sinesis, one is embraced with the familiar smells of sweet orange rind, alcohol, tobacco and muddled mint. Many snuffs use citrus as flavouring, but never before have they been presented in quite this way. Dark and coarsely ground, salt crystals twinkle in the firmament as you stare into the black abyss of the open tin. Fluffy, moist, and ever evolving, the mind races after uptake to identify where that particular flavour has been enjoyed before? As the memory banks are scoured, you realize that it is not a smell you remember, but a taste. Triple Sec? Perhaps…close…but not exactly. It is something somewhat stronger…Cointreau! The perfect wingman for the cocktail hour, it accompanies everything from Old Fashions to Margaritas. Sinesis longingly brings to mind the memory of drinks on city rooftop city bars during hot and humid summer nights. One can see Dita von Teese on the nose of a B25 passing overhead.