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Sir Walter Scott's Thrice Brewed Snuff

FranknsnuffFranknsnuff Member
edited June 2014 in General
I just saw this new product on MrSnuff. I'm curious to know what it's like reviewers...thanks in advance.
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  • Damn! That sounds like some fine snuff!! Sir Johnny is at it again. Mr. Snuff sure ran out fast.
  • I think there has been a little administrative mistake !
    The snuff is called Thrice Brewed, not Thrice Blended and the consignment has not even reached the warehouse.

    Johnny
  • Oops!
  • MouseMouse Member
    I think there has been a little administrative mistake !
    The snuff is called Thrice Brewed, not Thrice Blended and the consignment has not even reached the warehouse.

    Johnny
    @Johnny can you speak to the strength of this upcoming smash hit? On the web site it is listed as "Nicotine Level: medium" but given how it is made I would think it would be extremely high in nicotine.

  • Hehe. A serious leak in security systems causes consternation in the world of snuff. I can see the headlines now. But this doesn't seem to be the perique snuff that was rumoured to be coming some time this month. Obviously some exciting developments behind the scenes here. I stand poised to put in an order before this product runs out.
  • Deemed a masterpiece before anyone has sampled it. Interesting.
  • The description is too much. It's like snuff porn and, I need new pants now.
  • edited June 2014 PM
    It does read like tobacco heaven.
  • fredhfredh Member
    edited June 2014 PM
    This is a helluva thing to say, but given the description and the track record of the blender (no less than Johnny himself), the odds are in favor of this new snuff being yet another masterpiece.

    Damn, but aint this snuff thing one great hobby?!
  • edited June 2014 PM
    Incredible Masterpiece!

    I might write a review even before I've tried it. Ok I'll wait a little longer.
  • YAY!!! New SWS snuff... :-) Holding fire on a massive baskt full at MisterSnuff for this one and Havana Toast. Great to see such a buzz in the snuff comunity too :-)
  • Thrice Brewed is a modern version of Masulipatam - one of the most renowned types from the glory days of snuff and something I have always wanted to try. The original Masulipatam was imported from India and was a powerfully scented snuff that was often used in blending, most notably by Fribourg and Treyer. Johnny's version is magnificent - something truly unique and it will speak for itself.
  • Very nice snuff, the all process bring out a taste of alcohol reminds me auld alliance.. i like it all !!!
  • Yes, deemed a Masterpiece before anyone has sampled it.

    The description on Mr. Snuff, Nigel's endorsement and knowledge of the history behind this snuff...combine all that with Sir Johnny's (and Nigel's) impeccable track record I find it easy to deem this a Masterpiece before trying it.

    We will all let the snuff speak for itself, and even if it's not to our personal liking, it would be blasphemy to say that the craftsmanship, the inspired artistry and the quality of the snuff itself aren't exemplary.

    Just my opinion, ought to be yours :)
  • I had a lovely Indian curry for lunch which I decided was a celebration of the impending Triple Brew.

    In case you're curious, Garlic and Coriander Nan with Mango (now there' a possibility, Creme De Mango) Chilli Chutney and Chicken Jalfrezi.

    I hope this SWS is going to be just as good because that was a Masterpiece.
  • @I_snuff_therefore___‌ that sounds like one delicious lunch. I'm pissed because now I'm hungry.
  • edited June 2014 PM
    @I_snuff_therefore___‌ that sounds like one delicious lunch. I'm pissed because now I'm hungry.
    My gut is sticking out now though. Maybe a few Irish Arack (Guinness) will help. Probably not but I need me iron as can't afford any steak because I spent the money on Guinness. Think this is going round in a circle?

    Auld Guinness snuff? No maybe not.

    Hey, Havana Toast goes pretty well with this Guinness! Brillinanto! Magnifico..... not sure of the Irish or Cuban word?
  • Gaelic would be iontach , Basque is Liluragarria. Regardless the lunch sounds great, Guinness is a food group not a mere beverage and Havana Toast is magnífico!
  • md363md363 Member
    edited June 2014 PM
    I would really really like to try some SWS snuff and other premium snuffs, I just can't ever go for quality over quantity when it comes to ordering snuff. I need to just go for it at least once, I've heard such great things and the anticipation of this new SWS snuff is really persuading me.
  • Can't see it anymore on mr snuff site.what a little teaser.lol.looks like another classic on it's way then.
  • I would really really like to try some SWS snuff and other premium snuffs, I just can't ever go for quality over quantity when it comes to ordering snuff. I need to just go for it at least once, I've heard such great things and the anticipation of this new SWS snuff is really persuading me.
    Succumb to the temptation.
  • IggletIgglet Member
    edited June 2014 PM
    Compared to all my vices, snuffing is by far the cheapest even if I only bought cafe 11 which as far as I can tell is the most expensive I have found so far.
  • The long awaited Sir Walter Scott’s Trice brewed! (TrB??? – Get your three letter acronym in first!! :)) )

    First off the tin note is amazing; very rich with an almost chocolate liquor scent, reminds me of a luxurious dessert, the fragrance of a dark, rich, aromatic fruit and chocolate pudding baking in an oven maybe. Nice mid grind, dark with lighter flecks, good nose feel with it slowly melting to release its flavours in a leisurely and timely fashion. Scent/flavour wise it recalls both Crème du Figue (I’m guessing that there is some arrack in there) and Auld Alliance in terms of a bright and light vanilla type top notes. Somehow the scent is more so than these snuffs individually, a little hybrid, any yet seems to have something else/mpre in there that I can’t quite pin down (dark chocolate maybe) which is different and maybe more compelling than either. It settles down in the nose to give a very mature and opulent tobacco base. If @Abraxas is right and this is the modern version of F&T’s Masulipatam it makes you wonder how they ever went out of business, if this is the type of quality snuff they were creating…

    The genius of Sir Johnny triumphs yet again – Another benchmark artisan snuff from the house of Sir Walter Scott’s, could well be the best one yet: Excellent!


    ^:)^ ^:)^ ^:)^
  • @MisterPaul‌ Excellent review and commentary. I am green with envy. Or it could be the dozen or so Café Mojitos I indulged in last evening on the veranda with a pot of HDT near at hand and a lovely old R&J Churchill at a slow smolder. At any rate, I'm green
  • If @Abraxas is right and this is the modern version of F&T’s Masulipatam it makes you wonder how they ever went out of business, if this is the type of quality snuff they were creating…
    "The old snuff house of Fribourg & Treyer at the sign of the Rasp & crown" has this to say about Masulipatam:

    Masulipatam, an oriental snuff of very .powerful and not very fascinating flavour. Both these were only used for flavouring large quantities of other snuffs, a quarter or half an ounce being sufficient to flavour a pound of snuff, according to the strength required.

  • Thrice Brewed is now avalible to buy from MrSnuff :-)
  • @MisterPaul Thanks for the heads up ordered along with Lundy foot :)
  • Just ordered mine too,just had to be done.
  • edited June 2014 PM
    But not at SnuffStore!

    We need to have it at SnuffStore too @MrSnuff

    Still not there. Will it ever be?

    Oh well.

    Reading the MisterPaul review it sounds quite different to what I was expecting from the MrSnuff description. Well I wasn't expecting chocolate and it to be similar to CDF and Auld Alliance. What then is the point of brewing it thrice I have to wonder?

    I think I was hoping for a kind of coarse moist more rich and intense pure tobacco flavour.

    Maybe I'll eventually get some and find out for myself.

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