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Is Sam Gawith still producing snuff?

Mr_OMr_O Member
Just wondering because they are seeming pretty scarce right now. Or could it be just a temporary delay or hiccup in production, distribution, or whatever? I know people have been talking about some of the KBs recently...


  • GormurGormur Member
    Unfortunately, I don't have the answer although I'm wondering the same thing.  They're the best in my opinion and hopefully they don't go away

  • volungevolunge Member
    edited May 30 PM
    Holly freaking post guillotine bug!

    Just lost an hour's worth text. Am I mad now!
  • Mr_OMr_O Member
    @gormur yeah, totally. Just no substitute for plenty of them!

    @volunge that sucks!
  • GormurGormur Member
    Update: yes, they are
  • Mr_OMr_O Member
    @Gormur that is great to hear! Now only if they would bring some of the classics back. I could use some more Cob Dark, Grouse Moor... have not seem them around for a while
  • GormurGormur Member
    @Mr_O Scotch Black is probably the only one that interests me that I can't find, but I'm new at this.  I wonder if it's being made anytime soon
  • volungevolunge Member
    Here it is, renamed to Viking Scotch Dark, but this store doesn't sell it overseas: Viking Snuff&ns=Scotch Dark&man=451&sec=5602

    I got a dried out tin of this snuff some years ago, in that bone-dry state it was somewhat similar to dried out Kendal Brown Original. It was plain and slightly smoky, medium fine grind, medium nic.
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