Flavor Description: "When you combine the bold taste that comes from a long cut tobacco with the refreshing taste of mint, then you’ve got a snuff that’s as refreshing as it sounds."
Can Contents: 1.2oz / 34.02g
Nicotine Strength: Northerner puts it as a 2 out of 5, and one source I found online had it listed at 3.8mg/g.
Of course, American moist snuff is a fermented product. This means that you'll need to spit your saliva. Traditionally, it is put in the lower lip. However, as a snuser, I don't use it the regular way. I take a pinch (without packing the can), and throw it in my upper lip. That means less salivary gland contact and less spit. Basically, I use it like regular lös snus.
Rating and Final Thoughts
I rated this one at 3.63/5. I'm not the biggest mint user, but I was pretty impressed with this one. One thing I like about mint dip over mint snus is that you get so much more in the flavor profile than just mint. With mint dip products, you can taste the tobacco in a major way. You pick up notes of wood, and smoke. It's more complex than just a straightforward mint taste. On the subject of Stokers, I do notice the long cut to be longer than the regular long cut. It packs very well in the lip, and is quite easy to work with! If you want to try out a good long cut product, check out Stokers!
Disclaimer: I'm still a snus guy. If you're looking to switch from smoking to a safer form of smokeless tobacco, I still encourage Swedish Snus being that option. In my opinion, Swedish Snus is the most enjoyable, safest oral smokeless tobacco product available. Dip is a fun excursion from time to time, but I still encourage snus usage over dip usage. If you want to learn more about Swedish Snus, you can check out our Snus FAQ here, or this informative video about snus, here.