SNUV Rusty Trombone - MrSnuff
SNUV Rusty Trombone - MrSnuff

SNUV Rusty Trombone

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Snuv Rusty Trombone is another in the Rusty Range. In case you don't know, the Rusty Range is a collection of snuffs made from 100% sun dried Rustica tobacco in a range of flavors. Rustica is a high quality, strong, full bodied tobacco and one of the primary tobaccos used in nasal snuff. It is several orders of magnitude better (and more expensive) than cigarette tobaccos, which are generally of low quality. 

Snuv Rusty Range is unapologetic about being a fantastic snuff. Grown, dried, ground and flavored to our exact specifications in India by the premier snuff manufacturer on the continent: 6 Photo. Our close relationship means we get the finest tobaccos and the utmost care is taken at every step of the process. This is why we are happy to attach our name, our brand, and our reputation.

Snuv Rusty Trombone started life a a plain Rustica, unadulterated snuff. With no flavors added you are free to enjoy a full bodied tobacco flavor experience. This is a another collaboration that does not fail to excite. Made from Rustica leaves, mostly Ligero from the top of the tobacco plant. The leaves are smaller and have received more sunlight than the rest. Why use Ligero? High nicotine of course.

The Snuv Rusty Trombone flour is subsequently stored with no flavoring added.

When you gently sniff this product, the reward is crystal clear sandwiches. No Martian sand to be found.

While not a beginner snuff, except for the foolhardy, intermediate snuffers and above will likely find this a wonderful addition to the daily rotation.

If you are looking for a pure tobacco experience this is for you.

Available in a convenient 15 gram container.
Also enjoy a discount for a box of 10.

Please hit the Write a Review button below and let us know what you think. This really helps fellow enthusiasts choose.

Customer Reviews

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Brandon Cote (Coquitlam, CA)
Rusty Trombone

I got this because I'm a fan of high nic snuffs and plain snuffs. This however isn't a very plain snuff, like someone mentioned in their review it has a perfume or incense scent in it, almost like a cross between dholakia white and some other dholakias mixed. It definetly could have had more of a punch to it too. I really like it but I was hoping for something a bit different and for that I'm only giving it 3 stars.

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D.O. (Colorado Springs, US)
Lives up to its name..

Ok. I just have to laugh because the name is just so perfectly fitted for this earthy natural snuff with manure notes. Lol. I don't love it but I will definitely revisit from time to time. Definitely has a farmy smell to it that lingers for quite some time, kind of a negative on this one. I really like the fine, silky smooth grind that is not bone dry too. :)

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B (Jupiter, US)
Not what I expected

The 15 gram tin that I have has a mild perfume scent. Possibly ghosted from other snuffs manufactured or shipped with this one? Nicotine is definitely there and definitely strong but not as strong as I expected. Possibly from a low PH? Overall it's ok. It is smooth and feels good in the nose, though I was expecting a plain tobacco scent and a nicotine blast like a punch in the nose.

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Strawalker (Toronto, CA)
Barnyard rustica heaven

This snuff is an all-day for me a pleasure to take its smooth, mild and has a lovely nic hit. Unscented and extremely mild, I get just a hint of barnyard horse manure like a fine aged cigar. The grind is fine and the moisture is absolutely perfect. IMHO this one, despite the sex act name is a real winner.

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Brian Ackerly (Red Bluff, US)
LMAO!

This is the most raunchily named snuff on the market, if you dare to look up what a rusty trombone actually is. Funny name aside, this snuff when fresh is different, and while there was an unusual olfactory memory that came up for me, it's not a half bad snuff. I continue to reach for it, sometimes because of the funny name, and sometimes just to see what the scent will be like after another day. There is a video review on YouTube, just type in SNUV Rusty Trombone.