Dholakia Madras Toast is a fine blend of Virginia and Turkish tobaccos. The bold flavors of a toasted, fermented tabacum rustica from a Virginian strain combined with sweet and fragrant aromas of oriental tobaccos. This concoction creates a unique complex and mature snuff. Very desirable as an addition to your collection.
Available in a variety of convenient hermetically sealed containers.
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What can I say. This is a great snuff to my nose. Didn't know how I would like it but from reviews I put one in the cart. Starts off with cereal grains, nuts, dried hay, butter and something else I can't quite put my finger on. The scents last quite a while for me and meld together well, then slowly fades to the great base flour(maybe a similar flour to the great flour used in my original order of Grunt). Moisture is medium and the grind is silky fine and sits well in the nose with no notable back drip. Nicotine is probbly on the upper end medium. A five star must have for me.
This is one I tried as a free sample sent to me by Dholakia. It is fantastic! But don't take my word for it. Nutty, toasty, plain tobacco expertly crafted to satisfy the most discriminating noses. Don't overlook this little gem. If you've tried other Madras-style snuffs, give this one shot. You will love it. It's high in nicotine, low in difficulty to snuff, and has a nice feel in the nose.
Dholakia Madras Toast: is a cross over between a toast and a madras. Rustic up front comparable to a mellow American scotch. Then a buttery nutty flavor not quite toast not quite madras yet truly delicious . And the burn reminds you of Dholakia's signature kiss. Truly unique and desirable flavor
This was the 1st of the toasts I busted open. It's not bad. I figure that Medium was a good place to start, since I had bought each one of them. It still took some work. Even though the tin says Medium Dry Toast, I still can attest that this is still a toast. I've taken some English Toasts that have had more moisture, and the grind is very fine. Beyond that, the taste was pretty good. If you have been snuffing long enough to be able to use this successfully, then you should understand what Dholakia's version of a toast means.
This one is difficult to review, as a Toast it does not seem very "toasty" to me, I am used to that smoky scent from Fribourg & Treyer's High Dry Toast, so I would have to give this one low ratings as a Toast...but it pretty potent, and I like that, so I am giving it a high review, because I like it, I just do not really think of it as Toast.