This article will explain what snus tastes like. Many people are already aware of snus, and many more have already tried it, or are even regular users of snus. However, many people are still unaware of snus, not to mention the different flavours available for users to try. This article will also outline some of the various flavours of snus that are available to purchase and use wherever snus is available for sale. For anyone not aware of snus, this article will also explain what snus is made of and how these additional flavours elevate this product, taking it to the next level.
As a starting point, snus is actually very simple, made up of just tobacco, salt and water. But where the modern-day fun begins is in the additional flavours that companies now add to their products. The more original snus products, those still with tobacco in, tend to have an initial tobacco flavour, much like smoking a regular cigarette. However, some manufacturers have now removed tobacco from their products, keeping only the nicotine content intact which means these types of pouches, or white snus, do not have that tobacco flavour at all. Because of this, and the changing palettes of consumers, there are a number of added flavours available.
As it is taken orally, many users prefer certain flavours of snus over others. Fortunately, there are many flavours of snus produced and ready to buy wherever snus is available for purchase. Most types of snus are often mildly flavoured with food-grade tastes, such as bergamot (like Earl Grey tea), citrus (like oranges or lemons), juniper (like gin) or with other berries and herbs. Some users prefer to emphasise the mild burning or tingling sensation of snus in the mouth. With this in mind, there are flavours such as spearmint, liquorice and peppermint that cater to this taste. Whisky, eucalyptus and various spices are also available as flavours.