As a relative newcomer to snuff, I often marvel at the ability of more experienced snuffers to detect varying levels of the main ingredients of medicated snuffs: menthol, eucalyptus and camphor. To me, they all seem like menthol of varying degrees of strength, but I'm working on refining my olfactory capabilities with all due diligence.
I do know my mints, however, and Toque Peppermint is the real thing. I'm probably a little unusual in having a bit of an aversion to Spearmint, but I can't get enought Peppermint. This snuff is slightly moist with an easy, medium-fine grind, a pronounced initial burn followed by a great cooling sensation that feels very different than menthol, and a perfectly balanced sweetish aftertaste that seems to linger as long as the peppermint "ice" sensation. Someone else remarked on snuffreviews.com that this has a "darker" character than some other mint flavored snuffs, and I agree. It has a slightly woody, earthy undertone beneath the mint that keeps the base flavor and sweetness from becoming cloying or insipid, and gives them considerable depth and character.
I'm not sure if it's just my imagination, but the nicotine seems to be on the high side for Toque's non-Toast snuffs. As a struggling ex-smoker, I would say that places the nicotine on the high side of moderate. I like the rocket fuel like effects of NTSU, but after using it for a few days, it seems like more of a "once a day" sort of thing. The Toque Peppermint I could use all day long. Since it seems like more of a "wintry" mint flavor, I wish I would have discovered it earlier in the season, but I can imagine it going extremely well up in the mountains on a cool summer evening. Very highly recommended.