Snus flavored with spirits is a tradition going back hundreds of years to the beginnings of snus itself. Farmers in Sweden who made the first snuses for their own use often went beyond the basic tobacco, water, and salt recipe. It comes as no surprise that wine and spirits were among the different ingredients added to home-made snus.
Mass-marketed Swedish snus flavored with alcoholic beverages have come a long way since Probe Whiskey Portion Snus was launched in 1994. While Probe has been delisted this year, 2016 will bring forth new snuses flavored with whisky, rum, and bourbon....
By the time this post is published, I, Moe Unz will be quite full of food, drink and snus. Especially drink. That is why I wrote this 2 days ago during a brief period of sobriety. Hopefully it will turn itself on 1 January 2016 (GMT) so you may read it.
The first quarter of 2016 will be an exciting one for snus lovers around the world (where legal).
This fascinating video covers everything you could and should know about the amazing Islay Whisky Snus by Conny Andersson.
It covers how Islay Whisky Snus is made and two new versions being released this year. The issue of fire-cured tobacco and TSNA's is addressed clearly with no holds barred.
Conny also reveals a brand new snus he will be releasing later this year: La Morenita Zacapa Rum Snus! Equally exciting, we leak the first news of two other new by Conny Andersson snuses under development.
Most importantly, this video contains a profile of the man behind the snus: tobacco artist Conny Andersson. He is the top designer of premium Swedish snus in the world today. His past credits include Swedish Match's annual 600 box releases of Kardus Superior Edition loose snus.
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