Courtesy of Snuff Reviews: leman
If you haven't tried this one yet, get some. Its dry. not too finely powdered, got a complex flavour reminiscent of a harvest field, a grain barn, wood shavings and with a nuttiness to the feel of the taste. It is a high strength. But it is dry. Much easier to take than finer "irish" or "scotch" type snuffs and with more of a natural flavour. High nicotine content which usually pleases you. Godo to take straight of you don't mind a bit of a drying sensation in the nose, otherwise mix with a mild menthol like Gletscher Prise (or any other menthol you prefer, ideally with a touch of moisture to it) to help keep the nose moist on the inhale. The powder has real power. What I would imagine more ancient snuffs may have tasted like. Definitely should be part of your flavour repertoire.
Fribourg and Treyer High Dry T
Thought to add this to my snuff collection. Grind is a little bit too fine for me but nevertheless a nice snuff. High Dry T is my second snuff to try from F and T after Santo Domingo which I far prefer. Thanks for a good service and speedy delivery.
Definitely the top of the toasted style: Same recipe for over 200 years. I’ve been using nothing else for the past 5 years and never tire of it.