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Sir Walter Scott back in stock


HELLO Snuffers

We are delighted to introduce a brand new product from JNF, DRAGON BRAND MADRAS SNUFF.

Madras Snuff at the most premium quality.

No added menthol or flavors, just the real quality tobacco.

Available at MrSnuff for FREE !

Grab yours, and let us know your reviews.

Happy "Sunffing" 



  • Perhaps I'm blind but I don't see it
  • @Codyg140 The link mrsnuff sent me indicated it was all gone.
  • volungevolunge Member
    edited September 2019 PM
    Got some tubs of this dragon thang along with some MGM, waiting for me 450 kilometers away. Unfortunately, I'll visit that place only in the beginning of October. Waiting for reviews!

    P. S. I noticed this Dragon Madras ghosting at in the end of August. Every now and then I run a search for "Madras" there, expecting to find new untried snuffs of that type (I still recall Dave's efforts to broaden Madras assortment some years ago, and I know that sometimes it takes time for those guys to get new snuffs properly listed - as happened with JNF earlier). So, it was marked as "Free" then, too, but order amount wasn't limited yet. And yes, it wasn't listed under any category and appeared when searched-for only. It disappeared completely after a few days, though, and reappeared only recently.
  • Its available now, please check.
  • Not at

  • Here's the link to free Dragon Brand Madras on Mr Snuff.
  • volungevolunge Member
    edited October 2019 PM
    Finally got my hands on it. All the traits one would expect from this genre is here. Good strong toasty snuff, I'm enjoying it.

    Despite ordering four tubs (and no quantity limitation set on the day of purchase), I got only one tub.
  • volungevolunge Member
    edited October 2019 PM
    This is the strongest Madras I tried so far. If you are a fan of this kind of snuff, do yourself a favour and get a tub!
  • The first Madras I have tried and I am really enjoying it. Emailed JNF asking about getting a larger amount and was told 100 gram tubs will soon be avaliable from mr snuff. 

  • I still have my tin of NC Super Special Snuff. I like Madras style but only once in a while. But next order from MS I will get some. I did see the freebies but ordered Jaxson's from snuff dot me dot U.K. since that's the only place that sells it.
  • volungevolunge Member
    edited October 2019 PM
    Ok @ManxSnuff, it's time to let them 100-grammers go! We know they are in the warehouse already.
  • Any word on when this will be available again? 
  • Ordered!!
  • Try the Dragon Madras & share your reviews with us.

    Happy Snuffing 
  • ALLexALLex Member
    edited February 2020 PM
    Just ordered it ! I'm really excited to try it! My first Madras and from what I've read it's strong in Nicotine? 
  • I wait the order to arrive.. Dragon mandras doesn't landing yet...
  • (UPDATE) Very nice well balance snuff, like a lot..
  • Is this a Janta snuff? I really like the Punjabi with the mustachioed dude in a turban on the label. It's becoming my favorite Indian snuff. I didn't know that Punjabi is a particular type of snuff, but it is! And it's very inexpensive too. Like three bucks for a big 40 gram tin.
  • @mrmanos, yes, it's Janta Dragon Brand Madras. If you like this genre, the Dragon won't disappoint you. Really strong and tasty, with a slight sourish note, which reminds the very first batch of Dholakia Madras Toast, only way stronger, both in taste and nicotine.
  • @mrmanos
    Yes, Punjabi Snuff is  particular type of Indian Snuff. And it is lovely that you like our Photo Brand Punjabi Snuff.

    And Dragon Brand Madras is also our own product made with the best grade tobacco, it is Super Strong Golden Colored snuff.

  • Dragon Madras is the best! Very strong nicotine and great tobacco aroma! I love it!
  • Dragon Madras is probably the strongest nasal snuff on the market.
  • @volunge I agree, its the strongest! The aroma reminds me of Toque Quit but with way higher nicotine levels. Tears with every big pinch !
  • volungevolunge Member
    edited April 2020 PM
    Closest Dragon's rival is SVS Madras, but you can buy it only in India and probably some Indian groceries in London (Wembley, namely; as was mentioned by @London_Jack in this thread ten years ago: ; worth searching in Southall shops, too).
  • JohanoJohano Member
    edited April 2020 PM
    @volunge Is Dragon toasted like MG Madras? Turns out I am not a big fan of such.
  • volungevolunge Member
    edited April 2020 PM
    Yes, it's toasted, but less. And I don't get much of ghee from Dragon. It's different from the rest I tried (NC, Umbrella, NB, DS, SVS, MG). Dragon feels drier than MG and has sour note, similar to Dholakia's Madras Toast. It's tasty plain snuff, not overtoasted.
  • tobaccobobtobaccobob Member
    edited April 2020 PM
    Maybe it's my imagination but I got some rustica notes in Dragon Madras...anyone else?

    p.s. scentwise
  • volungevolunge Member
    edited April 2020 PM
    @tobaccobob, a spot-on note, rustica is sour. I recall @newbiesnuffer mentioning sour notes in MG Madras, too (suspecting it turned stale). Now MGM label lists "Sun cured country tobacco" among the ingredients. I suppose "country tobacco" stands for N. rustica. It's the exact meaning of latin word rustica (= rural). In many languages the name of N. rustica is "rural/country/peasant tobacco".

    I don't detect sourness in MGM, but it can be explained by deep-toasting, which alters the organoleptic properties of the leaf itself. Dragon is less toasted (at least to my nose), and I was pleasantly surprised by the sourness, which I dig. I felt it in the first batch of Dholakia Madras Toast, too. At the end of the day, it wouldn't be too surprising to find out that all Madras snuffs are made of rustica.

    @indiansnuffjnf, could you disclose which Nicotiana plant do you use for your Dragon? N. tabacum or N. rustica?
  • @volunge - just to confirm, I got sour notes in NB Madras from a tin which I had procured couple of years back. I did not detect any sourness from it when I had first procured it - perhaps it was the ghee that got rancid over time? Until now my batch of MG Madras is quite toasty, thankfully.  
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