a video on the differences between American "snus" and real Swedish Snus if you're new to snus and want to learn more. This particular Skoal "snus" product is sold in Canada. What's interesting about this one is that due to legal restrictions, snus sold in the great white north is prohibited from having any added flavor. And yes, while this is a Canadian product, it's made in the US. In the past, I reviewed the other two Skoal "snus" products sold in the US - Skoal Mint and Smooth Mint, and I wasn't a fan of those. So going into this, I was more than a little nervous. A special thanks to Jean-Sébastien, a fan of Snubie.com, who sent this to us for review.
As far as product details, I really don't have any. I know it's a Canadian product, so it's obviously no added flavor. It’s a 15 gram can with 15 portions, for 1 gram portions. The nicotine content says 20.2mg on the can. I don’t know if that’s per can or per portion. If it’s per can, that is 1.34mg/portion. If it’s per portion, that’s 20.2mg/portion.
Camel Mellow “SNUS”, but much more sweet. The flavor doesn’t last too long, it usually dies at about the 30 minute mark. As far as the nicotine goes, I really don’t feel too much. It feels to be less strong than regular strength, comparing it to real snus. But there isn’t much nicotine there to speak of.
As far as this product goes, I'm not a fan. I tried to approach it as objectively as possible, but American "snus" is so much lower in quality than real snus it makes it hard to be objective. But I am glad I got to try it!