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 Two new Fine Border snuffs.

Dump

Had to do my first dump today. I had opened a tin of SWS Moro Moro two days ago. Opened it today and it was loaded with fungus, both spidery-web and plain out mold. How often does this happen within a week of opening a can?

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  • Furthermore in containers like Samuel Gawith uses - sealed - how do you know?
  • ar47ar47 Member
    edited October 23 PM
    Sorry to hear that you lost your SWS. The moist, artisan-made snuffs like SWS Moro Moro should be refrigerated to keep them from spoiling.

    SG is much less of an issue in general, opened or unopened. The SGs, if a moist one, will probably fail due to a corroded tin (which spoila the snuff) before mold. The less moist ones can last many years - I believe my oldest is 7 and it's still great snuff.

    The Artisan snuffs like @Johnny's SWS are like a fine sports car. They provide a rich and unique experience but in turn require taking care of. At least, until there's a Japanese snuff :D
  • SammyD13SammyD13 Member
    edited October 23 PM
    Moist snuffs that are not vacuum sealed and have some sugar content are the most susceptible.
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