I agree Sam's Flake might work. I just had a tin. It's definitely lighter than 1792 in all respects.I haven't opened my only tin, so I haven't tried it yet, but my understanding is Sam's Flake has a similar topping over much lighter base tobacco. VaTur blends are generally thought to be on the light side of the N spectrum.
Thanks for enabling, it's in my next order from the US once it's back in stock - seems to go fast!War Horse Bar
I hate aniseed and liquorice but I can't taste any of either in War Horse Bar. Maybe I've got a defective palate but it tastes more savoury to me. I don't get any floral essences or even valerian root. It does have a decent amount of nicotine in it - maybe a little more than HH Bold Kentucky. That's how it feels to me at least.Thanks for enabling, it's in my next order from the US once it's back in stock - seems to go fast!
I wondered the same because I absolutely love 1792 Flake, wouldn't be that good (for me) if it wasn't strong in nic. I came up with the below so in my mind at least it's either Gawith or War Horse bar. Not sure about Anisette in War Horse though, I'm not a fan of anything with anise or licorice, in any form, even though it's a very popular flavouring in my country.
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