"I must say that it takes a little getting used to in order to be appreciated. I realized I could get several pinches in at once, then sit back and enjoy a nicotine trip! Doing this once a day made my 25g tin empty very fast! Some like to air the ammonia out of this, or dry it out or grind it down, but I think all of that just takes away from the power of this one. (Ok, to be fair, I do stir it a bit and let a LITTLE of the ammonia go.) The flavor, beyond the ammonia, is very natural and almost barnyard. But it's really a mild flavor, and this one is not for flavor anyway."
"This snuff is wet and is the coarsest along with its brother black. The menthol is first a scent then a feel; as it settles in and start releasing the nicotine.That is at the top of the scale for such a heavy ground snuff. The scent in my opinion is nice earthy like good soil being turned in early spring alive with nutrients. And it makes me feel alive also nothing boring about this one.I am sampling this fresh and it was the third tub opened in a years time.I do enjoy hundreds of snuff and not often do I empty any.So when you can purchase this green machine get several to work on you.Easy to use for the novice and tasty enough for any menthol enthusiast."
"This is as you guessed quite simiar to the black. This (except for the menthol added) may be the same as the black, or maybe not. This I found to be milder, not so rough around the edges perhaps. Again as with the Black this isn't really refined, nor is it low quality either. But I'd say it's more blacksmith than opera singer, if you know what I mean, more utilitarian than elegant. This is for sure an effective snuff, which is probably the reason for most purchases. Also it should be noted that the menthol component of this IS NOT extreme- nowhere close to a Wilson's of Sharrow S.M. or McChrystal's O & G. However it does have a similar character to the Wilson's of South Africa. Overall, I like this."
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