06 November 2014

Oden's Cold Extreme White Dry - Review. 6 November 2014.

Review Updated: 20 November 2017

It's been 3 years since I reviewed this product, and I've seen how insanely popular this product has become.  Especially in Finland and Russia.  The general response I get is twofold:  it's cheap, and it's strong.  Given how popular this product is, I figured it was time to revisit it! When it comes to the flavor description for this product, it says, "Odens Extreme Cold White Dry Portion Snus is the high nicotine version of the very popular Odens Cold White Dry portion snus. Enjoy the fresh spearmint flavor and a prolonged nicotine release which comes on slowly but strongly!" This product comes in a 10 gram can with 13 portions, for 0.77 grams each. The nicotine content is 22mg/g (2.2%), which breaks down to 16.92mg/portion.

When you open the can, the aroma that greets you is a very present spearmint aroma. There is a mild sweetness to it, but it’s not as sweet as other spearmint products. The portions seem to be softer and less dry than the last time I had them, and they still give you a mild burn and a gentle cooling presence in the lip. The taste develops slowly, and is a pretty present flavor of spearmint that is mildly sweet, but not over the top sweet. The nicotine kick is pretty strong. Though it’s only 16.92mg/portion, it feels like it kicks stronger than that, and well above the extra strong level. The flavor lasts quite a while; I’ve found usually I can keep one of these in for over an hour.  So has anything changed with this product?  Well, not really.  The only different I notice is that the portions are softer and seem less dry.  As far as the product itself goes, it's not bad.  It's a little strong for my taste, but it's a decent product if you like mint and high nicotine levels.

NOTE: If you've read my reviews long, you're probably wondering why I put "Snubie.com" on these photos, because I usually don't watermark my photos. For some reason, these photos of Oden's Cold Extreme White Dry are my two most stolen/reproduced photos. Every day, I see countless Russian webstores using my photos. I don't mind people using my photos if they ask first and give credit to Snubie.com, but they never do. So, that's why these photos are marked.  That means if you're reading this and plan to use my photos, please ask first and make sure you give credit when you use them.  

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