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Sir Walter Scott back in stock


What is the Snuv?  I feel that I really need to know.


  • LOL me too!
  • ar47ar47 Member
    edited August 2020 PM
    Whatever it is, is Coming soon ...

    (For the snuff archaeologists reading this, there's a mysterious banner ad on top of the page that says "SNUV, Coming soon...")

    I think it'll be a new take/spin on the Spork
  • @ar47 we can only hope
  • The hook is set. I wanna try it already. Could it be proprietary Mr Snuff oral product?
  • I bet my pants on SNUV being high grade Y shaped kuripe with automatic suction
  • I thought the faint picture in the banner looked like a round tin or can. Maybe it was just my imagination?
  • @Mr_O, I see the Grim Reaper in the background there.
  • It sure looks like a sketch of a hooded figure holding a scythe with some a confusing, curved depiction of a kitchen knife below and to the left. Maybe it's a woman on a round tin and not a skeleton and what appear to be a scythe and knife are just edges on the lid? But I have a hard time disagreeing with @volunge 's impression
  • @volunge I can see that now that you say it:) in any case. Makes me think of that cigarette brand, what were they called... black death or something? With the graphic brand label. Maybe they were only available in the US...
  • Looks like Mr Snuff has finally released Snuv! Someone on their side of the pond needs to try all versions and give us a review, please!
  • This new line looks and sounds absoulutely badass. I am really looking forward to try it someday, but not at this price range...
  • JohanoJohano Member
    edited October 2020 PM
  • My head hurts reading the descriptions on this snuv stuff ..

    Do any of them have tobacco? The strength is stated Very but what is very strong if the tobacco is not? I see they are all very fine grind and moisture is listed "dry as a bone"

    I thought it might be April 1st ...
  • I am confused as well, is it made with tobacco or is it some sort of herbal mixture that has been laced with nicotine as the email ad seems to suggest.
  • MrSnuffMrSnuff Administrator
    Gentlemen and ladies,

    Allow me to elaborate.

    Snuv is an idea that sat on the back burner for a long time. There is no tobacco. It is a herbal snuff liberally infused with Vitamin N. 

    It went through several iterations to get it just right. I personally love the burn and the pulsing in the nostrils you get with very strong snuffs, and I wanted that as a feature right out the gate. We upped the ante till we achieved that.

    It is of course not for beginners or the faint of heart.

    I'd be interested to get your feedback.

    In fact I'll get a code created for you guys. Feel free to use it if you are willing to leave a review. If you don't want to leave a review, pay full pop! 

    Let's call it SNUVSH. 20% off.


  • ALLexALLex Member
    edited October 2020 PM

  • Is it all tobacco alkaloids or just nicotine?
  • Sounds like a perfect dust for a snuff bullet.
  • MrSnuffMrSnuff Administrator
    @ar47 just tobacco derived nicotine

    I revisited Reaper yesterday and changed the description to "light" moisture. Dry as a bone is not accurate.

    I will take a look at some of the others today.
  • JohanoJohano Member
    edited October 2020 PM
    I feel like pure nicotine snuff could be very different from actual tobacco one. I.e. nic pouches are more likely to make me nauseous and got more artificial onset than regular swedish snus. So while packing a larger baccy prilla feels more mellow and 'drunk' kind of experience, going a bit more crazy with nicotine pouches makes me basically puke.
    Could be different for pure nic snuff, but Im still a bit sceptical about this one. I hope I am wrong ofc. Its nice to see new stuff coming out, good job @MrSnuff!
  • MrSnuffMrSnuff Administrator
    We have just had our first review from a verified buyer of Snuv Reaper. Thought I'd share:


    ****** left the following 5 star review for the product Snuv Reaper 10g:

    Whoa dude

    I almost gave up snuff because I couldnt find one tjat is strong enough
    and still smells good. Oh boy this stuff is crazy strong. I pinched the
    smallest amount I could take five minutes ago and still have a nice burning
    sensation paired with a pletjora of aromas in my nose that keep on changing and
    dancing with each other. Thanks for putting this stuff out there, its great!

    will attach the 'verified buyer' badge to this web review, because we found an
    order from ****** in your order history.


    I starred out the name for GDPR but if anybody from here wrote it, feel free to take credit :)

  • I too am glad to see new products coming on the market. This one though is so unusual I think MeSnuff should seed the regulars if they want to get it off the ground without waiting a couple years.
  • MrSnuffMrSnuff Administrator
    We have some more ideas in the pipeline. I'd be interested in your input.

    Rusty Range: all with nothing but rustica tobacco and some sort of flavourings. These are my thoughts but definitely open to suggestion:

    1. plain and 2. mentholated/camphor/eucalyptus 

    3. neroli, and 4. lightly mentholated neroli

    5. bergamot and 6. Lightly mentholated bergamot

    7. apricot and 8. lightly mentholated apricot

    Any comments or suggestions welcomed.

  • volungevolunge Member
    edited October 2020 PM
    @MrSnuff, all nice, I would especially welcome the plain edition. Honestly, it's the only one that I would be interested to try out of the whole range.

    Now I understand that grind might be the most challenging issue for the manufacturer, at least for India-based producers, who are the true masters of pulverization... But I would love to suggest broadening this Rusty Range with the addition of medium coarse version of Rusty Plain Coarse, processed through 250-300 microns mesh. Or even coarser, 300-400 microns. With medium-to high moisture content (20-35%) and medium potency (pH not exceeding 8.5). For that easy pincho. Such medium coarse and medium moist snuff could be marketed as an entrance level, beginner's snuff. Again, it wouldn't be too potent, assuming you wouldn't be using extremely strong rusticas for this range, like Amazonian mapacho, Moy or Arapiraca (a hint for yet another future project, exclusive and limited edition, super potent "Shaman's Cave" range ;) ).

    My point is, we already have some good fine and dry rustica snuffs (LA Natural, Green Dragon, Dragon Brand Madras, Snafu, to mention but a few). What we don't have is coarse and moist rustica.
  • MrSnuffMrSnuff Administrator
    @volunge thank you for your excellent feedback.

    I really like the idea of the medium coarse version. I had not considered which grind to use, so your point is well taken. Certainly we were thinking of not too strong (N-wise) so it makes perfect sense to go the whole hog and make it an easy snuff for all.

    Shaman's Cave: I love the concept. 

    We have a White range in the works, as well as premium (F&T style, perhaps reviving some of the old, classic, but no defunct recipes) and a Rune range. I will add Shaman's Cave to the ever-growing list :). I you care to expand a bit on the idea I am all ears.

  • I saw this pop up after my order the other day and came here looking for some clarification. Im glad I didnt pull the trigger now that I'm aware its chemical nicotine. The $1 per gram price tag didnt help either.

    Is this a trend because of people expecting a cigarette like buzz from snuff? I mean theres tons of evidence that we habitual snuffers reach higher blood plasma nicotine levels than ANY smoker could ever reach already.

  • @Snuffalufagis, I think you are very close to it. The nicotine buzz. This product might be appealing to legal highs fans. I must confess I started using tobacco for this reason in my teens...
  • @volunge I mean between rebelling against my parents and the buzz its kind of a toss up, but yes same here. Unfortunately it led me down a dark path for a long time in quest of the next high. I think it speaks volumes to the society we live in now that people are seeking inebriation in any form they can find... My (probably irrational) fear of ever increasing regulation in my state led me to grow my own tobacco this year. 15 plants, hopefully i can double that next year. Its only a matter of time before someone decides nicotine in every form is to dangerous for anyone to consume unless its taxed into oblivion (im looking at you australia and canada).
  • @Snuffalufagis I also grow my own tobacco as well. 2nd year this time was mostly Virginia Gold with a few Rustica plants. Last year was straight Rustica, still have a few mason jars but Rustica strains do not produce as much leaf as other varieties and is best when blended rather than smoking straight up. Would like to make snuff out of the leaves that didnt turn brown (which was most of last years crop lol). Ran about 12-15 plants this year and had a great yeild but am still a bit unsure about what to do with it lol. Might run some Burley next year and blend the 3 types to make some Pipe Tobacco. We do a garden every year anyways plus its fun to experiment and to know that your tobacco does not contain any crap chemicals.

     Also agree about the Taxes which have got REDICULOUS the past few years, went to Chicago and Cigs were around $15/pack even for cheap brands that would sell for around $6 here in  the Detroit area. 
  • @mrbrownnose I grew 5 different varieties, perique, burley, a dark air curing kentucky, virginia, and samsun oriental. I lost some leaves to mold during curing, it got to cold to bunch them to fast and before i caught it it was mold city. I switched to a garland hand and all is well, I still have 5 on the stalk hanging for the seed pods to finish. Honestly the virginia didnt do well during curing, alot of leaves have large green splotches even though they werent dry, I think it was because they were immature still. Here in CT tobacco is taxed more and more everyday. Even dip is $11 a can. I started buying whole leaf and shredding it myself and honestly its just so much better overall. A pound of whole leaf is $20 and I shred maybe 3oz at a time for 2 weeks worth. Even less if im snuffing as I should be. ;)
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