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Snuffs that you will not mix under any circumstances, period.

For me it would have to be schmalzlers. They have enough complexity going on already and tinkering with them would only do more damage than good. What about yours?


  • Any old mill snuff.
  • GilliatGilliat Member
    edited July 2017 PM
    ( I mix some schmalzers and use the plain ones as bases,  because they have too much paraffin with which my nose just doesnt agree too much.

    I would never make the sacrilege of mixing SWS, Abraxas or Molens. Self-explanatory.
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  • kekykeky Member
    SWS, Abraxas, Molens are any artisan snuff
  • I'll happily mix any snuffs.
  • bobbob Member
    I too will mix almost anything at least once. And as far as mixing scmalzlers my suggestion is to only add a tiny amount of other snuff. The results can be really almost alchemical in expressed scent.
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