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Sir Walter Scott back in stock

What's In Your Nose? #13

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  • A bit of pre-luch freshness via Mullins & Westley's Keen Scented :-) 

  • periqueperique Member
    WoS Best SP
  • McChrystals O&G
  • Artisan Snuff Juniper Rappee with a Tanqueray and tonic - A very nice pairing! ;) :D
  • periqueperique Member
    Tom Buck
  • TapoutTapout Member
    Toque W&H
  • 6 Photo Green Dragon very nice aroma but sadly it triggers an almost allergic reaction with me.
  • Frosted apricot this evening whilst reading past post of snuff making. Have you made an essential oil before? Is it worth the time making my personal snuff making? Your thoughts.
  • MisterPaulMisterPaul Member
    edited March 4 PM
    @StudiodecolBleu - I have never done it, but have a chat with @volunge he's a goldmine for information about making your own blends etc. 

    Artisan Snuff Robusta Rappee for me with a cup of Java ~O) brewed cowboy style :-)
  • Wilsons of Sharrow Plain
  • Back to my favoured London Brown substitute - Viking Dark Rappee ;-) 
  • Today looks like it will be all Kralingse Hermbstedt's Brasil that rehydrated wonderfully.
  • periqueperique Member
    F&T Kendal Brown
  • A few pinches of Mullins & Westley's Particular as a bit of a freshener before lunch - A great understated old school SP offering this I think... :-) 
  • NTSU Green - Smells like a [menthol!] horse stall and kicks like a horse too :)) Am AWAKE now :))
  • ^^^ I don't think that this is being helped by be [we'll call it] 'experimenting' with one of those ejector type snuff boxes that I brought the other day...  8-} I feel a imminent change to lower vitamin N snuff for my own safety would probably be very sensible! :))
  • Amostrinha, very nice.
  • @BeerandSnuff - That's a blast from the passed, I don't have much Bernard's left in my collection these days, I seem to recall that one being rather rich? 

    I'll join you in a few bumps of my favourite Bernard offering - Feinster Kownoer ;)
  • periqueperique Member
    Railroad Mills Checkerberry
  • SWS Latakia Blend - Don't take this one very often, has the best 'nose feel' of any snuff I've ever taken
  • Lundy Foote this evening :-h
  • periqueperique Member
    White Elephant followed by WoS Royal George
  • WoS Irish 22 a very nice tin this.

    @MisterPaul entirely with you on Particular it ticks all the right boxes for me.
  • mrmanosmrmanos Member
    NTSU green, Artisan Fireman’s, and a little NC Madras( dated 2017). Good on a gloomy snowy day.
  • Alternating between best dark and Tom Buck
  • Woke up with a hit of Toque USA Whiskey and Honey then Toque Lavender for the rest of the morning.
    Moved onto S&G Elmos Reserve in the afternoon and finally finished the day with some lovely F&T Bordeaux.
  • periqueperique Member
    Toque Spanish Gem
  • @MisterPaul, yes one of my current favourites in the morning. Some HDT now.
  • periqueperique Member
    W. E. Garrett Scotch
  • Toque Natural Toast, it's a bit of a toss up between this and HDT as to which is my favourite.
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