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Dholakia White or White Elephant?

HitsuzenHitsuzen Administrator, Moderator
edited May 2015 in Types of Snuff
A man to whom I am forever in debt sent me a sampke of Dholakia White some time ago, and I loved it. Not anywhere near as horrible as people make it out to be to take (though to be fair I got my start on Garrett Scotch Plain). I am plotting my next EU order and was getting ready to add it to my cart when I remembered people talking about White Elephant. So I checked it out and it costs (significantly) less and looks pretty similar. Anyone had both? Opinions? Please share your collective wisdom :-)
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  • Not knowing what your budget is like I'd suggest getting them both. Sooner or later your curiosity will get the better of you. Variety is the spice of life, IMHO.
  • I like them both equally, not a lot of difference between them that I can tell. When I finish one I'll pick up the other on the next order.
  • Welcome to the white side, Not too long ago just a few years in a land far away, White Elephant was difficult to obtain and rather pricy. since it was only sold in ten can packages . I had wrote my review on a partial can i got in a trade. Since then, batches have changed. She still has a good kick in her or maybe that sample had got stronger. Any how ,shaman recommended you get the big can or two especially when you can save on shipping. If the wife complains just blame me.
    My knowledge is worthless if not shared and applied . "Joseph McKenna"  
  • HitsuzenHitsuzen Administrator, Moderator
    @basement_shaman Yeah, I was thinking at least one of the large Elephant tins. Is there any difference in taste? I never got the "fishy" scent people mention when referring to the Dholakia. More of a "sweat" smell, but not in a bad way. I guess it would be hard to describe to someone who hasn't tried it, wouldn't it?
  • They do taste very slightly different, the Dholakia is a little bit sharper and more vinegar-y. But only if you're looking for differences. They are pretty interchangeable, to be honest. 6 Photo Cheeta has a distinct touch of perfume that makes it different from the other two.
  • ar47ar47 Member
    Opens me up well and I find the Dholakia easier to snuff than White Elephant and Cheetah (not counting Chhap Gul). But it does have the same smell as dried shrimp to me. And combined with Neffa Ifrikia I think the two together combine to make Skunk :D
  • MrSnuffMrSnuff Administrator
    6 Photo Cheeta should be added to the powerful whites category.
  • Also Cheeta Chhap Gul. Serious stuff!
  • bobbob Member
    that dried shrimp smell is not only in white snuffs but it doesn't fade. Like the next morning you feel like your whole apartment smells like shrimp or one time I woke up with a clogged nose blew it smelled that and assumed I had some terrible infection. Like the white snuffs still though. Though the only way I can take them is to just stuff them instead of snuffing them.
  • tinhueytinhuey Member
    edited October 28 PM
    I prefer the WE, to me it does not taste like shrimp. Find DW to be more bland. Of course it could be the batches I have had. However, the WE had gotten rather pricey, even in the 150g tins.
  • Looking forward to try JNF (Janta Naswar Factory) White Horse, I hope the price will be sane and stock solid.

    I am still continuing the boycott of WE's astronomical cost.

    Meanwhile DW stock is melting fast, all small tubs (10 and 25 g) sold out already, only 23 large (50 g) left. Last chance to grab some!
  • Dholakia White Special Order with different Flavors and Ingredients as per Clients requirements in Bulk Quantity.

    Email exports@snuff.co.in

    Best Regards
    Manit Joshi

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  • Seems interesting of now a variety. Any chance of samples?? @Manit_Joshi
  • Yeah, what are these different flavours? The names are visible but cant tell the exact flavour.
  • ar47ar47 Member
    This forum will buy any white snuff you put on the market, as long as it's tobacco based!
  • i would go with white elephant all the way. that being said, i just ordered 100g of dholakia white,  90g of 6 photo  cheeta and my last order contained 50g of fubar willie pete. oh i also have 150g of white elephant currently stored away. ive also been keeping an eye open for the afghan white too for a while now as well

    Am i missing any other whites btw?
  • volungevolunge Member
    edited November 2 PM
    @peacock Dholakia has just released four new white snuffs. Scroll five posts up and you'll see them.
  • @volunge Not sure about them being new releases. Think these are for their Mongolia and Tibet markets.
  • @volunge Our products are now available on MS & Snuffstore.co.uk

    All the White Snuff lovers may give a try to our White Horse.
    We hope that you guys will like the White Horse as much as WE or Cheetah.

    Thanks 

  • Give them all a try. Where I live the cheapest packet of cigarettes is 13 dollars CDN per pack, and a pack lasts me a day or two. You can't go wrong with nasal snuff money-wise.
  • @Konrad_von_Marburg
    Cigarettes are expensive everywhere, and people should switch to Snuff from smoking, as it is harmful to health as well as for the environment.

  • @indiansnuffjnf @Amanda I cannot figure out how to buy your products on MrSnuff. 

    Searching for "white" or "horse" didn't bring up your White Horse, and the drop down for Indian snuff doesn't show JNF.

    When I select Indian Snuff it will list the JNFs under Trending for November, but clicking each one I just get a "Sorry, we're fresh out!" page:
  • Hello @ar47 @Amanda 

    There is a problem at MS, we have messaged them to resolve this issue as soon as possible.
    We appreciate you patience and cooperation.

    Happy Sniffing


  • @indiansnuffjnf @Amanda I'm going to place an order in the next 24 hours. If JNF isn't order able then I'll have to try again in a few months
  • Yeah. What the HELL man?1?!!?

  • @ar47 @Konrad_von_Marburg

    The problem has been solved, you can find our snuffs in Indian Snuff category of MS.
    Just click on the Indian Flag, you'll see our category named as Janta.

    You may please order and tell the reviews.
    Happy Sniffing!
  • Hi @ar47 the problem has been resolved and you can now click on the Indian flag under Nasal snuff category and you should see all the items from JNF.

    I hope this helps!

    Amanda

  • I actually like both, even though I find them very hard to take. To me the DW has a slight fishy scent to it, but I love it!!

    I would be interested in future reviews on how White Horse compares to the aforementioned. :)
  • @Konrad_von_Marburg We are also eager to hear the reviews about White Horse, and how it is comparable with the other White Snuffs.
  • ar47ar47 Member
    edited December 4 PM
    JNF White Horse

    Very pale color. More of Cheeta (non Gul) hue than WE's light tan. Next to Cheeta they look very but not exactly similar.

    Tin is sold as 40, comes in a tin that could probably fit 60+ with 15% air which is nice as I find snuffs better when fluffed, and whites much easier to take that way.

    I've been enjoying 41P WE steadily each day for a while now, and JNF has a stronger upfront nose feel than WE.

    Aroma is lightly perfumed. Distinctly Indian but not invasive.

    When pulling a little too far there's an unusual bitter, numbing flavor in the mouth. But I havent got myself coughing after a couple handful of pinches here which always happens with Cheeta.

    Easiest to take Indian White in my short experience so far and near if not at the top for strength.

    Edit: extremely more-ish for an Indian White. I suppose when it says the product is addictive on the tin @indiansnuffjnf means it :D
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