Janta White Horse Indian is fine powder that releases a slightly sweet and pungent bouquet. This snuff is very dry and light and is classified as a white snuff. The color is a very pale tan that has a satiny feel and moisture is mostly absent. Needless to say, this will have an obvious warming effect in the nose and may provoke a tear. A strong Indian snuff with a strong lasting nicotine hit.
Available in a variety of convenient container sizes.
This fits criteria for a session snuff. An Indian snuff with mild sea scent, and a nicotine kick. The price is very reasonable for such a unique, yet distinguished powder. Balanced mixtures are hard to come by, which makes this a must try.
Phenolic, somewhat cloying tin note may be a bit off-putting but once in the nose, it fades to a mild and slightly nutty scent. Very legit nicotine load. Highly recommended if you can take Indian white snuffs comfortably.
A very nice white snuff that is strong. It has a very neutral aroma to it. I have come to love 8 photo Janta snuffs. If you like other Indian white snuffs you surely will not be disappointed in this one. Try it who knows you very well may have a new favourite.
If you like White Elephant from "41 Photo" then you should almost surely pick this one up. Both are very fine, very dry, very high nicotine, tan (almost white) snuffs. For a while White Elephant seemed to have a nearly mythological/legendary status in the community due to its unavailability and reputation as one of the strongest snuffs out there (often compared to the "Dholakia White" that I have been unable to acquire). If you haven't heard these names before its probably unlike any snuff you've tried. They're considered the opposite of an easy to take "beginner snuff" but personally I took an immediate like to them.
I don't think I like it /better/ than White Elephant, except that the availability and price of White Horse makes it much easier to keep around. Has a bit more of a "tobacco" and nutty flavor like a toast than White Elephant, which shares more flavor with the common perfumed Indian snuff (both could almost be described as unscented). When I had a 250g tin of White Elephant it was definitely a daily driver for me, and I can see this becoming the same. Might be blasphemy but I highly enjoyed mixing White Elephant (before the price increase) with a variety of snuffs to tone down their moisture content. If you've read this far, definitely give this one a try!!