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Sir Walter Scott back in stock

What's In Your Nose? #13



  • Old Mill Ivory Toast
  • Hawaiian_RyanHawaiian_Ryan Member, Moderator
    Rosinski~Carlsbader :-bd
    Perfect with some coffee ~O)
  • CobguyCobguy Member

    Toque Ambrosia ... with many thanks to @Hawaiian_Ryan for the generous sample!   :-bd

  • J_SJ_S Member
    Queens Extra Strong.
  • elimelim Member
    Dholakia Super Strong Toast

  • Toque Spanish Gem
  • WoS Irish High Toast no 22

  • OM BNT 2015
  • Toque Ambrosia
  • Decided to spend today with a much neglected tin of Toque's Crazy George.

    I bought this tin before I made my own "reject blend" (now over 500g), and have only ever taken the occasional pinch. I really need to start using up my part used tins and start streamlining my hoard, so it's time to properly get stuck in. I'm enjoying it too.
  • Hawaiian_RyanHawaiian_Ryan Member, Moderator
    edited May 2017 PM
    @Cobguy ~Chocolate Eclair with a small bump of Old Mill~Cupid's Crest :)>-
  • Hawaiian_RyanHawaiian_Ryan Member, Moderator
    Rosinski~Frankfurter \m/
  • J_SJ_S Member
    SWS Havana Toast
  • McChrystal's Mild Lemon

  • WoS Grand Cairo

  • Thouc lao... Aged to perfection in a bone bottle.
  • Old Mill Toast & Jelly

  • Helme (Swisher) Three Thistles Sweet Scotch
  • J_SJ_S Member
    WoS Queens Extra Strong.
  • newbiesnuffernewbiesnuffer Member
    edited May 2017 PM
    Sugandh sagar rose - this is some neat snuff. Dry, as I like it. I havent had american scotches, but has anyone tried both and can tell me the difference? (or which indian snuff has similarity to the scotches?) I am eager to try things like tube rose, sweet scotch snuffs. 
  • SWS Moro Moro
  • elimelim Member
    F&T Princes

  • JammerJammer Member
    SWS Havana Toast
  • Dholakia White
    My knowledge is worthless if not shared and applied . "Joseph McKenna"  
  • @50ft_trad  I bought a bunch of crazy George tins when it first came out. I didn't employ it much then ,somehow with age it has a different appeal. I been enjoying it also.  Mine is very fruit forward sweet and sharp somehow the combination works into a good blend. One of many that can never be duplicated. I know you are not much for menthol but adding a small amount like 2% of toque menthol makes the flavor pop even more. 
    My knowledge is worthless if not shared and applied . "Joseph McKenna"  
  • @basement_shamen You're quite right, it does take a while. My own reject blend was exactly the same. It's become a wonderful snuff, which considering that it's 500g of snuff I didn't like, is really quite impressive. It takes a while for the flavours to infuse though, and for all the various sharp edges to round off.

    My Crazy George has some fruit and a tiny hint of floral, but also some deeper flavours like coffee, chocolate and maybe brandy. It's quite a satisfying snuff in that respect. I've been using it again today. It must have been quite densely packed and the tin keeps "refilling" as I use it and it fluffs up in the space created.

    Menthol for me is not just a matter of taste, but possibly an allergy or intolerance. It gives me a real burn, even in small quantities, and gives me very sore nostrils. I can tolerate the small amounts in Kailash and Anarkali, but only as an occasional pinch. If I use them too frequently, they stop being enjoyable too. I will bear that in mind though, and possibly try it as a "condiment" on snuffs that seem to be lagging a bit.
  • Dholakia White
  • PsickoPsicko Member
    Square scotch.
  • J_SJ_S Member
    Toque Rustica.
  • 6P Special
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