Wilsons Brunswick Black Rappee is a moist and flavorful concoction that allows the rich tobacco flavor to shine through. This homage to the allemani method of blending reveals a pleasant floral bouquet with protruding notes of citrus. A very old fashioned taste that has been a tradition among serious snuffers and allows the user the experience of a time honored recipe. The texture is quite coarse, the color is very dark, almost ink black, with a tolerable burn that opens the pathway of a massive rush of endorphins hence a goodly dose of vitamin 'N'. Well worth the try and easily earns a place in any collection.
Available in several convenient container sizes.
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Wilsons Brunswick Black Rappee, as it is made now (I understand from the forum that it was once a slightly favoured Rappee) is another great, down to earth Rappee. Very similar to Mullins & Westley Black Rappee, so if you enjoy it then you will enjoy the Wilsons Brunswick Black. Layers of dark tobacco taste, and I shovel the stuff to my nose. Highly recommend.
This is the one flavor that got me into snuff years ago. This foes the trick and you domt need much at all. This is what I remember snuff tasting like. Smooth tobacco flavors and a quick nic rush. Very pleased with this one. This is what you want if your looking for the original snuff you probaly tried years ago. Not only that this one showed up in less than a week. In the united states. 2 for 2 with Mr snuff. Keep up the good work.
A burnt, spicy flavour and plenty of kick. I like it.
For those that find the perfumed dark F&T snuffs too much, this is the perfect remedy. I love them myself but wanted something with the same tobacco base but less scenting. A tin of this is the perfect remedy. Dark and coarse but still easier than a lot of coarse snuffs to get up your nose and stay there, I notice a light citrus that livens the dark tobacco up. First thought that came to mind was orange, It's very light, but it is there. I believe this has the same Zimbabwe Dark Fired tobacco base that F&T Princes and Santo Domingo have. Nicotine content is high and the unique properties of a dark fired tobacco are apparent. If you enjoy dark coarse snuffs, especially without a lot of scenting, give this a go!