Wilsons Irish No.22 is just like a slice of lightly burnt and buttered grilled bread. The slightly sweet and nutty taste of dry cracked cereal grain sits on top of peaty, bitter and marshy scents squeezed from prime aromatic tobaccos. The aromas are reminiscent of a misty morning trek in a lowland lea outside County Atrim heading for a shelter of thatch and comfort of a roaring fireplace. This snuff's color is saddle brown, the grind is extra fine, the moisture is non existent. Beware of the fire in the hole, as this tobacco powder can scorch the nose but provides a nicotine surge that is breathtaking. Beware of this paddy's punch, you may end up on your keester.
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NB: The 500 g container is not in stock and is considered a special order. This will cause a short delay in delivery time. You should expect a delay between 48 hrs and 1 week.
I've tried a couple other toasts and so far I haven't been a fan. This seems to be what I've been looking for though in terms of a smoky scent akin to an American Scotch. Of the toasts I've tried this one is pretty easy to take despite the fine dry consistency. I can see why people seem to love this above other toasts as its certainly the best so far in my book.
It was cigars with my rounds but lately its a pinch from my Irish No.22 and it’s birdie time! Fresh air the cut of the grass and scent of the trees is paired perfectly with Irish No.22. Just amazing smokey butter hickory leathery treat you need in your regular rotation or daily go to it amazing.
I'm by no means a connesuer, but i enjoy it
i absolutely love this snuff, it's easily my favorite. from the very first whiff lingering in my nose after i popped open the tin to take a look, i was surprised by a smell so nostalgic that it instantly brought up memories otherwise long lost. there's a distinct fresh soil smell that reminds me of walking through the park in spring, and an almost fertilizer-like smell reminiscent of passing the horse stalls at the county fair. I know that doesn't necessarily convey the most appetizing aroma, but once you try it you'll understand exactly why that impression is wrong. i can see myself buying this by the ounce, no question
Been a fan of Irish #22 for 3 or 4 years. My last order (2 lbs) got to me in central Texas in less than 2 weeks! Very pleased and impressed!