G3 Volt in April of 2017, which had a mint taste. Then came G3 Wire in September of 2017, which had an energy drink taste. And, most recently, G3 Load, which had a vaguely sexual name and a licorice/menthol flavor. G3 TNT has a flavor description that says, "G.3 TNT Super Strong has a light and spicy tobacco character with elements of green herbs, oak and cedar." This product comes in a 16.6 gram can with 24 portions for 0.69 gram portions. The nicotine content is 26mg/g (2.6%) which breaks down to 17.94mg/portion.
The Lab 07, but with a more dry portion and a little less nuttiness. That's the best I can describe it. The aroma is a straightforward tobacco smell with a light smokiness to it. The portions are slim, white, and dry but not too uncomfortable in the lip. The flavor releases slowly, since this is a white dry product, but you feel the nicotine rather quickly; I usually notice it within about 5 minutes of putting a portion in. The taste, as I mentioned earlier, reminds me of a dryer lab series. There is a raw, natural tobacco flavor that is the most present part of the flavor profile. In the background there is a light presence of wood, which reminds me a little of oak. And that's about it. It's a very simple flavor profile, but a very good one. The nicotine kick feels above the extra strong level, and there is a solid kick with this snus! The flavor also lasts a good amount of time; generally I can keep these in for over an hour. I don't push it that far very often, because I don't use a lot of strong snus. But, for this review, I did test it to see how long I could push it, and I was able to stretch it for over an hour.
All in all, it's a pretty solid snus. It's a new snus that isn't a mint flavor, so that impressed me a lot. If you like tobacco flavors and want something very strong, this is worth a try!