Rosinski Sans Souci is the baroque snuff. The scent you feel while walking through Prussia's finest garden and its Orangery. Our reinterpretation of an old recipe from the town of Stargard. Fruity citrus fragrances to start with, woody and flowery notes follow through. Refreshed with a slight hint of menthol. Finley ground and kept dry. Not oiled, mild nicotine content.
Available in a convenient 10 gram sachet.
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Beautiful orange brown medium maybe over medium grind not dry nor clumpy moist it will stick to the spoon.
Orange zest with a base of tobacco aroma like de kralingse mettaijer. Light nicotine. There might be a light smell of menthol or eucalyptus but it may come from the zesty citrus. A fantastic high class snuff.
Rosinski's Sans Souci is a fermented snuff with a powerful scent of dried orange peels. I like the scent very much, but there is such a thing as too much of a good thing. The orange-peel scent lasts a loooooong time -- too long, even. After trying this snuff for the first time, I could still smell it after more than half an hour. I finally got tired of it and had to clean my nose out with a Q-Tip. It has that much staying power! I want to continue using San Souci, but I'll definitely be cutting it with something. I haven't yet tried Weis snuffs, but I think I might experiment with a blend of Sans Souci and a Weis to tone down the flavor of the Sans Souci and perhaps add some sweetness. The orange peel scent is super citrusy, but it's not particularly sweet. Sans Souci has a pretty low nicotine content, so maybe a Weis will add a bit of an energy kick, as well. When I first started using snuff, I had no idea I would become a mad scientist, but here I am. Life is good.