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Sir Walter Scott back in stock

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  • As I still have yet to try all of one manufacturer’s blends. I peruse through old threads some and I am amazed at how many blends Samuel Gawith had. To that end I will be able to say I tried all the Samuel Gawith blends as of 2022.

    Elmo’s reserve
    Madagascan
    Mastiff
    Dr. Verey plus
    RBY
    SGM
    Kendal brown
    Kendal brown plain
    Keswick
    Afterglow
    Fire Dance

    To add to the stockpile
    Old Paris

    Sharrows
    Blonde
    Gold label

    Rail road mills
    Rose

    And a snus of cold extra stark



  • Late last week from old pal Rodrick and the team at Toque: 

    Re-stocking of tins of:
     
    Hedges L260
    Mullins & Westley Keen Scented 
    Artisan Snuff Rubusta Rappee

    Some new adventures with some tins of:

    Artisan Snuff Firemans 
    Artisan Snuff Juniper Rappee
    Artisan Snuff Resolute
    Artisan Snuff JP
    Artisan Snuff Barleywine
  • @MisterPaul waiting to hear your comments before I buy anymore of the Artisans!
  • mrmanosmrmanos Member
    Six of the new Artisan line from Roderick, a roll of NTSU green, and awaiting a package of Rosinski. They’re all here except the Rosinski.
  • MrfunkMrfunk Member
    This was my first order as someone new to snuff, and I'm rather regretting not having bought anything mentholated but quite pleased nonetheless. From Toque Snuff:
    Wilsons Of Sharrow: Crumbs of Comfort and Africa
    Fribourg & Treyer Old Paris
    McChrystals: Star Gazer, Summer Harvest, Sturco, Wee Dram, Sunset, and Olde English
    Otto Chancellor
    Bernard Amostrinha 

    I think next time I'll have to get some more floral scents and to try some from Indian manufacturers. And of course some medicated tins. Any recommendations?
  • Nice @mrfunk , for mentholated snuffs sturco is one if memory serves. Try hedges L260, snuv iron goddess of mercy, Samuel Gawith pinewood ice.

    The eagle landed. That was quick. A little over two weeks.
  • @Mrfunk - A lovely opening order - F&T's Old Paris is a firm favourite of many in the snuff community. F&T do some more complicated florals. Six Photo is a great place to start with Indian snuff, and I would second @StudiodecolBlau with either Hedges L260, Mullins & Westley's Keen Scented, or McChrystal's JIP! as fine recommendations for a straight medicated snuff  
  • It's been a while since I put in an order!

    F&T- Patchouli, Seville

    McChrystal's- Fine Keg, Jip, Old English, Sicilian Burst, Sturco, Vintage Velvet, Wee Dram

    WofS- Beltane, Crumbs, Dynamite, Grand Cairo, Grove, Matador, Royal George, Wall

    Artisan- Firemans, Resolute

    GH- SP

    Hedges- The Snuff

    Pfalzer- Asgard, BeReschit, Donnersberg, Duwak Dulcis, Freya, Haribik

    Really looking forward to the Artisan and Pfalzers. Haven't had any from either of them so I'm ready for some treats!
  • A teeny order from old pal Rodders at Toque: 

    Gawith Hoggarth Cafe Regal 
    Wilsons of Sharrow Best Dark  
    Samuel Gawith Silky Dark  
    Wilsons of Sharrow S.M.

    Cafe Regal is my default coffee number still, haven't had either of the darks in many, many moons and had a bit of craving... Going to try the WoS in a Pepsi Challenge with M&W's Keen Scented; that's my favourite medicated so should be interesting!! :-)  
  • @dwnwrdishvnwrd - Nice!!! Some great choices there! :-) 


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    Order from Toque:

    Ordered Jan 6, 2022

    Recieved March 9, 2022 to Vancouver, Canada


    OTTO Schmalzler 10G Tin

    Pöschl Ozona President Snuff 7g

    Toque Bourbon Bullet

    McChrystals Jip - Small Tin 4.5g

    McChrystals Mini tin 3.5g Old English

    McChrystals mini tin 3.5g Aztec

    6 Photo Kailash 8g


    I took one look at the OTTO Schmalzler and I could tell this was something special. Amazing tobacco smell.


    On the other hand, I double bagged the 6 Photo Kailash and stored away from my other snuffs. I will not be able to enjoy that particular snuff. 

  • ProductQuantityPrice
    Artisan Snuff Dark Rappee 15g3$14.04
    Wilsons of Sharrow Black Rapee 20g3$13.47
    Viking Brown 20g tin3$12.66
    Viking Blonde 20g tin3$12.66
    NTSU BLACK 14G3$6.96
    NTSU GREEN 14G3$6.96
    Snubie's Toque SP Wintergreen1$2.53
    Toque Vanilla 25g Tin1$5.35
    Toque Coltsfoot 25g Tin1$5.35
    Silver Dollar Scotch 25g Tin2$13.38
    Everything but the bottom 3 items are new.  First order in almost 2 years... pretty excited

  • ar47ar47 Member
    It's been a while, placed an order with our friends at Mr Snuff . Very concerned to see everyone online is out of my wife's favorite Poschl Original.

    Ordered the new SWS, which I'm looking forward to. Also some toasts since I'm enjoying these scotches surprisingly, including Lundy Foot. Got a variety of menthols to hopefully hold my wife over. Also some Cafe Regal and NTSU or taxi green for guilty pleasure moments next to a tissue box.


  • Ordered another 400g of cheese and bacon. Lasts me about 3 month.
  • Posted by Toque on the 22nd of March and delivered at 8:42 this morning.  

    Artisan Snuff Dark Rappee 15 grams
    Artisan Snuff Juniper Rappee 15 grams
    Fribourg & Treyer Santo Domingo 200 grams
    McChrystal's Vintage Velvet 3.5 grams
    Toque Natural Toast 25 grams
    Wilsons of Sharrow Africa 250 grams 
    Wilsons of Sharrow Irish No. 22 250 grams

    A thought or two from one who has no pretensions to being a 'nose' :

    Juniper.  I expected, reasonably or otherwise, some astringency or other notes associated with gin.  What I got was a very light sweetness which faded quickly.  The underlying tobacco is of excellent quality but I don't see that the difference in cost compared to Brunswick Black Rapee or Silky Dark is merited.

    Natural Toast:  Very much like High Dry Toast though possibly lighter, fluffier.

    Vintage Velvet.  Started with a light scent of violet which is quickly eclipsed by, to my nose, a much stronger note of clove, which dissipated quickly.

  • @highdrytoast thank you for your thoughts.
    Any thoughts on Artisan Dark Rappee? Is it similar to Silky Dark or any other well known?
  • @tobaccobob  Sorry but haven't tried that one yet.  I'll report back after I do.
  • volungevolunge Member
    @tobaccobob, I haven't tried Artisan Dark Rappee, but I assume it's quite similar to WoS rappee, which they sell under Viking Dark Rappee/Brunswick Black Rappee/M&W Black Rappee labels (if not the same).

    I was treated with a pinch of Artisan Ficus Rappee and found the base identical to WoS rappee.
  • @volunge yes,that's what I thought too.
    Actually I'm little suspicious for this Artisan series.....I would like to see a more detailed description of the blend,the tobacco leaf that has been used,the process etc....not just ''it's moist and coarse'' and more expensive...
  • @tobaccobob I had a chance to compare Artisan's Black Rappee and Silky Dark.  To me the grind of Silky Dark was notably coarser.  I did not find much difference between the scents of the two, though the scent of the Silky Dark lasted longer.  And for what it's worth Silky Dark caused significantly more drip than the Black Rappee. 
  • @highdrytoast thank you my friend,you and @volunge saved me some money...

    :)>-
  • MisterPaulMisterPaul Member
    edited April 5 PM
    Mostly some medicated numbers as I keep running out of them! 

    Hedges L260
    M&W's Keen Scented 
    WoS SM
    WoS SM Blue 
    Singletons
    McChrystal's Jip x 3 
    Artisan Snuff Robusta Rappee


  • TapoutTapout Member
    edited April 8 PM

































    Fribourg and Treyer
    High Dry Toast 200g Economy Pouch

    1

    Plastic Snuff Box -
    Two Way Entry

    3

    McChrystals Large
    Tin 8.75g SP

    2

    Wilsons of Sharrow
    Irish Toast 20g

    2

    Toque Original 100G
    Economy Pouch

    1

    Toque T-Shirt Plain
    - Large

    1

    McChrystals Large
    Tin 8.75g Star Gazer

    1

    Toque SP Extra 200G
    Economy Pouch

    1

  • TapoutTapout Member
    edited April 8 PM
    Not sure why I couldn't eliminate the large space. even editing didn't help.
  • I'm waiting on an order of 10 (7 gram) tap boxes of Poschl "Red Bull" and 1 tap box of Bernard jubilams. Looking forward to both.
  • TapoutTapout Member
    My order from Toque listed above was ordered 4/7/22, arrived 4/15/22. Ohio.
  • HuysmansHuysmans Member
    edited April 16 PM
    @Tapout how do you find the snuffbox you ordered? I've been tempted a number of times to order one but unsure of the dimensions and usability.
  • TapoutTapout Member
    @Huysmans I was surprised at how large it is. You could easily pocket it, but in my busy pockets it probably won't travel with me much. If I was heading to a destination that I planned on staying a couple days I would fill and take. I guess it can hold 15-20 grams. It isn't too air tight so dry snuffs, or short term moist ones. Table top use mostly because of size but I wouldn't be afraid to pocket it. I'm a 99%jeans wearing construction type, so if it dusted up a pocket I wouldn't GAF. I don't think just being in a pocket would make it leak. It would take a sharp hit to do that. Feels really sturdy in a crush proof way, but If I tap it on a table when full of HDT it does dust up a piece of printer paper pretty good. I've never met a snuff box that was air tight anyway so I'm happy with it so far. I would like it to be slimmer for everyday pocket use. Its larger in every dimension than my old Sharrow wooden sliding top box.
  • volungevolunge Member
    edited April 16 PM
    @Huysmans: youtu.be/OFBHa-uld1M?t=85 .

    Also: youtube.com/watch?v=Xd_gZIQXqh4.

    MdK sold their snuffs in similar brown boxes without a tap hatch. They do look attractive, but aren't airtight and don't have any lock / lid fixer. I still have a couple of them, but never re-used even as a table top box. Here's one in Brian's hand: youtu.be/jmcnDxr2hew?t=33
  • TapoutTapout Member
    volunge that's the one I have.
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