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Handmade snuff from Germany, two brands you should try

msxmsx Member
I wondering if many guys/gals on here know about 2 quite young snuff makers from Germany which both boost finest handmade quality snuff: Rosinski and Pf

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  • msxmsx Member
    edited August 2020 PM
    Wow, this forum software really is shit.

    Again Pfaelzer Landsnuff - in german it is writen with a with dots above it, which the forum software seems not too fond of.
  • volungevolunge Member
    edited August 2020 PM
    There's one more, actually - Allgauer Schnupftabakmanufaktur: https://www.schnupftabakmanufaktur.de/

    Contact the manufacturer directly for international shipping. From his recent posts on Fb I got an impression that "all is possible". Not so sure about PLS, but a mere inquiring wouldn't hurt.
  • Are there a program or something to view these sites in English?
  • Rosinski sells internationally, so his site and online store has English version.

    PLS and Allgauer Manufaktur at the meantime are licensed to sell their tobacco products in Germany only, hence no EN menu. My German is too basic, so I used Google Translator, which returned fairly comprehensible translation. 

    translate.google.com, set German as source and English as target and copy-paste the text you want to translate.
  • I'm a big fan of Rosinski. They have an interesting array of delights. I found them good to deal with direct and some of their snuffs are available from Snuff Store.
  • msxmsx Member
    Ah, yeah i totally forgot about the Allgaeuer but hey... i really dig the fact that these people produce crafted snuff in the 21th century in Germany. All 3 of them do a really good job actually.
  • boiledonionsboiledonions Member
    edited August 2020 PM
    I have tried most of Rosinskis line and also found ordering directly a very pleasant experience. It is incredibly affordable to try their whole line this way. Took maybe 10 days to get to the States with very cheap postage. I also really appreciate the foil satchets, they seems to retain freshness well and are much more compact than having a bunch of half empty tins floating around.

    Alter Fritz, Frankfurter, and Carlsbadder are my favorites so far.
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