"I first came upon this snuff by sheer chance. It was one of those orders where I was simply grabbing things that sounded good. Brunswick sounded good at the moment. When I opened the tin I found a dark, moist snuff with a faint floral tone with some deep rich tobacco body. The snuff itself is coarse, moist and just about black. If I were to compare this to any snuff it would be another rappee like Princes or Sam Gawith Black Rappee. This has become one of my favorites, a constant regular in the line up and a bulk purchase. One of the best WoS offerings around, it oozes history (even though this snuff recipe is only about 30 years old)."
"Brunswick's flavor is very similar to Strasbourg -- a potent citrus note riding over a background of pleasant florals -- and the semi-coarse grind reminds me of Toque Berwick Brown. Unlike those two, however, Brunswick is very dark in color, and quite moist. A very bold and uplifting snuff that will awaken your senses. It is perhaps a bit much for all-day use, but it can be very refreshing when one is looking for a change of pace. Enjoy!"
"The tin had rusted shut, so my first pinch tasted like a penny. The moist and vitamin-N heavy burn was nice, but not much in terms of flavour complexity. I didn't get the florals, similar to Santo Domingo or Princes by F&T, but less aristocratic. The worker's version perhaps."
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