Cole Porter once wrote about not getting a kick out of cocaine, so presumably he preferred snuff instead. Healthier than smoking cigarettes (at least according to some sources) and without the obvious legal implications of the white stuff, snuff had its heyday in the 17th century when it was the aristocrats’ pick-me-up of choice.
Made from tobacco leaves that are ground down to a fine powder, snuff gives users a nicotine hit. At jazz bar CellarDoor it’s available in decadent flavours including champagne and absinthe.
Plus, with a face caked in snuff, you're looking pretty sexy.