@MisterPaul, it's not mold, but salts. Same happens to Santo Domingo, especially when stored in original tins. Not the best example in this photo, just an initial stage of the process: https://www.reddit.com/r/nasalsnuff/comments/door3d/this_isnt_go…
Seconded. It would be darn interesting to see T's take on Madras and Neffa types!
@vmank1q, please say "hello" to Mr Lawrie and ask him to cook some new porridge for us.
By the way, @tobaccobob, Toque Rappee is already in the pipeline (as announ…
Poschl Chief Bull Fruit Snuff
It took almost an hour to dig an image of this long-discontinued snuff, so... here we are;-).
And a question for those who are familiar with this Chief - was it any similar to Red Bull Aromatic (now Red Bull A-Typ…
Beware of last year's batch #309 20A, which might be still in stock at some shops (I got mine from mysmokingshop.co.uk this past July). Not a hint of smokiness and buttery biscuity notes. Moreover, it's way lower in nicotine than before.
WoS Thor's Hammer + Irish No.22 (1:1). Not a bad mix, but nothing to write home about.
I find WoS version of TH lacking in smokiness, hence my lame attempt to fix this issue. Unfortunately, #22 batch 204 20A is unusually bland..
@BobFrapples, I'm not sure if this works with smartphones, but if you are a computer user, you can upload pictures following these instructions: https://snuffhouse.com/discussion/12646/how-to-insert-image-file-on-snuffhouse-board#latest .
On each comeback to Toque USA W&H and Samuel Gawith KBO I find the flavour profiles of those snuffs somewhat sickening initially. It always takes quite a few pinches to start digging these old favourites of mine again.
This reviewer identifies the sweet vanilla-like flavour of Begum Green as pandan [2:05]. Can anyone familiar with the aroma of pandan confirm the match?