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  • Morlaix

    To my nose, Morlaix and Strasbourg are very similar, so you may want to read my review of Strasbourg if you haven't already. As for the differences: Morlaix seems to have fewer scenting ingredients -- it's mostly citron, rose and lavender. The grind is finer than Strasbourg, so the nicotine hit is a bit stronger. The fragrance doesn't last as long, either.

    Both are very nice perfumed snuffs, so it's just a matter of which characteristics you prefer. I think I prefer the complexity of Strasbourg, but I certainly wouldn't turn down a pinch of Morlaix.

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    imo Morlaix is a far superior version of Strasbourg. It is stronger in the nic and the fragrance is stronger. Definately on my re-order list but Strasbourg is not.

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    • #3
      At first Morlaix was on my list of fine but don't reorder. I probably still won't reorder because there are so many I want to try. I actually threw it my purse since it was a small 10 tin and didn't feel compelled to store it properly, just have it on hand for grab an snuff when something keeps away from home longer than I expected. Things grow on you when you use them enough and I like its is non eventful actually....no long lingering smell and initial is moderate, burn is above average and strength is there. It's easy to use but easy to forget which is a good thing for some purposes. I imagine there are plenty more that will fall in the category of nothing at all wrong with it but kind of forgettable

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      • #4
        That's what I love about WoS....the small tins that you can pick up for very little money to try. If you don't take to them, it doesn't really matter. Love that.

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        • #5
          This one grows on you after a while, keep taking it and you pick up more and more from it, one of the best WoS for scent duration I have found.

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          • #6
            Why on earth did I compare Morlaix to Strasbourg? It's completely different - I really am weird sometimes. Anyway, I'm having trouble with the Morlaix i.e. it's not as good as when I first tried it. It's like perfumy sherbet and I'm not that fussed on it as I am with the others.

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