Janta Indian Rustica has a strong, full bodied taste that uses the finest quality flu cured Andhra Pradesh tobaccos that provide a rich and distinct aroma. Moist hay, mushroom and tanned leather complement the natural spicy and sweet molasses scent. This base note is then enhanced with one of several popular flavors.
Janta Rustica Clubs provides the original Ceylon Cinnamon flavor, known as cinnamomum, that comes from the inner bark of the cinnamon tree. This exotic seasoning has become commonplace due to it's special aroma and taste as well as its many benefits both physical and spiritual. This spice offers a valuable addition the bold tobacco savor of this snuff and can be enjoyed any time of the day. Well worth a try and will help keep your spirits high.
Do you want to write a review?
1. Scroll down until you see the main review panel then click the Write a Review button.
2. Why not visit the SnuffHouse forum. There you can join a band of friendly reviewers who would welcome your opinion.
I was slightly disappointed by this, I was hoping for a bigger burn; the cinnamon wasn't particularly potent - I did mix it in to some Gold Rush though, which was tasty.
Not a bad sniff, but I prefer my flavours to be bolder.
In the pantheon of snuffs, there are few shrines to subtilty. Offerings are either bombastic or plain. When it comes to cinnamon topped snuffs, one expects Christmas fare as framed by visions of dancing sugarplums. Janta’s Indian Rustica “Clubs” is very special and in many ways unique, due to its delicately oblique felinity. Cinnamomum zeyalnicum grows in emerald island state of Sri Lanka and its cinnamon flavour is both muted and complex. Pleasant and somewhat discreet, this taupe snuff presents well and, at first address, smells of wet bark and Spanish cedar. Upon uptake, its warm glow releases a mature flavour that celebrates cinnamon verum without propaganda. Pulverised into a fine powder, as is frequently the case with many Indian snuffs, its dustiness obliges sparing pinches and noble addresses. It is meant to be “humed”, as in the French “humer”, rather than aspired. Perfectly suited to dark rhums, it is best enjoyed in an overstuffed chaise-longue with a large snifter Havana Club and the cadaver of a well-chewed cigar.
I could really go for a stronger cinnamon scent however the lightness of this scent plays really well with the base tobacco. All in all not a bad sniff.