Toque ~ Vanilla
This has the standard Toque base and grind, and the vanilla scent works very well with it. It's not a powerful vanilla scent, but does hang around nicely for a short while, better than some Toque snuffs do in my opinion. It's quite a passive scent, and won't eradicate background scents or scents from previous snuffs. It also allows the tobacco to come through quite nicely. This snuff is very easy on the nose, and works well as a change of pace but also remains pleasant after several consecutive pinches.
Wislons of Sharrow ~ Vanilla
The immediate scent here seems bolder than on the Toque version, and there is a little more of a burn too. However, the scent seems to dissipate rather quickly. It does start to creep back somewhat though as it warms in the nose. The scent is slightly sweeter than on the Toque at first, and the tobacco scent doesn't follow through quite as well in my opinion. Again, easy on the nose, and suitable for repeated pinches.
Samuel Gawith ~ Vanilla
The tobacco base here is distinctly different from the other two. Dark, rich, coarse and moist, though just like the other two snuffs, the vanilla scent plays well with the tobacco. The vanilla here takes a backseat to the tobacco and takes a while to warm up in the nose. This again is very easy on the nose, allowing repeated pinches without getting overwhelming.
I like all three. I'd be more likely to carry the SG as a primary snuff for the day due to the grind, and I'd be more likely to grab the Toque or WoS as a change of pace through a day of snuffing something else. Between the WoS and Toque, it's quite close. If I wanted a quick one off blast of vanilla, the WoS is the one to grab, but if it's an hour of easy snuffing because your nose has gotten tired from whatever you were snuffing before, then it's the Toque. If forced to pick one, right at this very minute I'd say the Toque, but ask me again tomorrow or next week and I may well have changed my mind.