Fribourg & Treyer Bordeaux is a highly fragrant mixture that evokes a time when wigs, walking sticks, snuff boxes and handkerchiefs were de rigeur. The floral bouquet commingles with the savory and spicy notes to create this unique mixture. Steadfast to tradition, this celebrated concoction is truly the essence of English snuff taking. Enjoy a pinch today.
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WoS Kendal brown and this is about the same snuff. maybe bordeaux have alittle more rose or something light floral, but i would be hard pressed to separate them.
the Gawith Kendal brown i would know in a blind test thou, its not the same league(Gawith it top banana, WoS is great banana)
As I try more snuffs I'm learning that most of the really floral snuffs are way to perfumy... this is one of the few that I feel almost gets it right. It allows the muskier more natural fermented tobacco smell and a liquor scent carry flowers, without making them this lingering perfume.
One of my favorite snuffs, personally. Easy to take, perfumed with flowers (rose and violet I think) but not too strong, pretty good nic hit. Very complex scent. Love it!
The rose smell is very dominate but not in a bad way. I loved the texture and moisture, minimal burn but decent nicotine delivery.
When I was a child my grandmother's house always smelled of lilacs and her treats were wonderfully vintage lemon drops and violet pastilles from Les Anis de Flavigny. This snuff triggers memories of visits to Grand-maman's on the Plateau Mont-Royal and basking in her radiance. I particularly enjoyed Bordeaux's citrusy-floral notes after a meal of roast duck as a means of clearing the pallet of the residual fats as one would do with a trou-Normand.