I know that this has been out for awhile but for me it's new. I opened this last night and as it's my first foray into SWS's toast style, I thought that I'd share my thoughts on it. First, the color is a lighter shade of brown than the two other choices I've sampled from SWS, that being his Creme de Figue and Moro Moro. The initial scent in the tin was of a rich tobacco with no added flavoring so. However, once in the nose, is where the real magic happened. I've had real Cuban cigars in the past and this reminded me of the richness of an unlit Cuban. Sort of like a Cohiba. But, due to the other blended tobaccos, there was an even greater depth to this snuff than considering only a Cuban Cohiba alone. There was a nice Vitamin N lift but not nearly as intense as I had thought due to the nature of the fineness of the milling. Like Sir Johnny's other offerings, this is a very easy to take snuff that actually (to me) feels 'silly' in the nose. Afterwards, I found myself reaching for the Havana Toast again and again during the evening. A real treat and something that I plan on keeping in my personal stock as long as SWS keeps making it.