An old, old favourite of most UK snuffers because its the one snuff that just about every little newsagent/grocery store seems to stock; usually in fairly useless small tins but you do get the larger vacuum sealed cans from time to time ( a tip on those tins: quite often they are impossible to open, just make a very small piercing with a sharp instrument to let the air in and the lid will come straight off, then put a small piece of Scotch tape over the hole). There is nothing delicate or delicious about this snuff but in its own basic way it is a very satisfying product. The first aroma a lot of people get with this is of chocolate or cocoa powder - I don't know why that is but it really does have it. No.1, and its brother Top Mill No.1 were sold everywhere in the old mining towns of Northern England (obviously, miners couldn't smoke when underground) and its fan-base is probably still those areas. The snuff is of medium grind and nicotine content and, chocolate aside, not as heavily scented with bergamot or citrus oils as the Sharrow versions. Its a good snuff and because it is relatively plain not one to cause too much congestion if you spend all day using it. A must have snuff for any serious snuffers collection.