These three snuffs contain Baltic amber (succinite). Has anyone tried any of them?
Kaszebsko tobaka Zolti kam (Kashubian Golden Stone (i.e. amber) snuff),
Paul Gotard Bursztyn z mieta (Amber with mint)
and Pobrzeze Kaszubskie Tabaka Bursztyn i mieta (listed at mrsnuff.com and snuffstore.co.uk as Paul Gotard Kashubian coast, omitting the translation of "bursztyn i mieta" part, which stands for "amber and mint".
I'm interested about amber scent in these snuffs. I have some hand-collected pieces of Baltic amber, it's quite abundant along the shores of the Baltic Sea at some places after sea storms. Amber in solid state (hardness in Mohs scale is between 2 and 3) is scentless, but it can be used as an incense, placed on a heated surface or burned over charcoal. I read it can be used for scenting snuff and there's a special way to prepare amber for this purpose - it should be melted, then cooled, powdered and dissolved in pure alcohol. Before procuring small melting pot and running a small batch of amber-scented snuff, I'd like to know if it's worth the hassle...