this article to learn the difference for yourself. It's the reason, in American "snus" articles, I put "snus" in quotation marks, because they call it "snus", but it's not REAL snus.
That being said, I'm going to review Camel Mint "SNUS" today. This product has been around for a while now, but in the spirit of completion, I have to review this so I can say that I did. I do it for you guys - it's not something I want to do, but I want it out there. Plus, people looking for info on Camel Mint "SNUS" will find this article and I can hopefully convince them to switch to REAL Swedish Snus.
Though I’m not a fan of American “SNUS”, I have reviewed all of the flavors of Camel “SNUS” - Frost (Regular Size), Frost (Large Size), Mellow, Robust, Winterchill and Mint.
Nick & Johnny Strong to compare the tobacco. Camel "SNUS" has improved in quality since 2009, but that's not saying much. They still use, as you can see, a low grade tobacco that doesn't have as much moisture as Swedish Snus. Also, they fail to deliver a substantial amount of nicotine, which as I've mentioned before, makes their product a supplement and not a replacement. As their ad campaign says, "When you can't smoke, "SNUS" instead.", they want you to buy their "SNUS" and their cigarettes. The actual usable nicotine (free nicotine) of Camel "SNUS" is so low, that it fails at helping people quit smoking. It's why I always suggest people to switch to REAL Swedish Snus. I can thank RJ Reynolds, however. They put a lot of money into advertising and helped raise awareness for snus, which is good! Because once people turn to the internet looking for more info, they find out about REAL Swedish Snus - even better!
From Left to Right: Nick and Johnny Original Portion, Goteborg's Rape White Slim, Camel Mint "SNUS".
the best Swedish Snus mint flavors that would be worth checking out. I assure you, they're much better!
So, there you go. Camel Mint "SNUS". If you're coming to this blog for the first time, I strongly urge you to read our article on the differences between American "SNUS" vs Swedish Snus. If you're in the USA, most people can buy REAL Swedish Snus locally, or you can purchase online, which I suggest because you get the largest variety of flavors. We wrote an article about buying online called "How To Purchase Snus And Save Money" which shows you that even buying online you can get Swedish Snus for the same price as you would find American "SNUS" (with shipping included!) and cheaper than smoking. So I strongly urge you, if this is the first you're hearing about Swedish Snus, check out our Snus FAQ and switch over to REAL Swedish Snus. It's much better!