Bernard Bernard Amostrinha is blessed with a perfect formulation of grind, moisture and color that offers a powder that is easily sniffed with no irritation but rather a pleasant feeling in the nose. The aromas are typical of a fine fermented tobacco; there is a nutty flavor that sits on top of a peppery chocolate taste that hides a lingering spicy note, reminiscent of camphor or mint. The nicotine is quite respectable but not overwhelming. Genießen Sie eine Prise!
Available in a convenient 10 g dispenser or box of twenty.
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Lovely blast from the past, great smokey, leather, almost barbecue to it, but not over powering, still has an underlying cooling effect, not usually a fan of tap tins, but loved this one, always need this one in my rotation.
The grind is excellent, it has a lovely cooling effect. The smokiness is a bit strange and feels shoehorned in. It reminds me. Of being in an old bookstore full of leather, and they keep the thermostat set to 15 degrees ferenheit. A lot to unpack with this one. I can see it being very polarizing. Definitely worth a shot though.
I’m relatively new to the game. I’ve tried all Bernard has to offer, liking almost all of them. But this…this one hits different. A nice blend of earthy with a little appearance of something semi sweet. The menthol is perfect, meaning it just kind of hangs out and adds a little bit extra to an amazing blend. I highly recommend.
I imagine Northman hunting or sitting around a campfire jamming this up their nose before .... Whatever the Northman do!
My box was STRONG , let this air out or by the Gods ..come back to it .
Excellent stuff. Medium coarse and moist. Slightly smoky sweet wet hay at first, with a mild mentholated cooling sensation. Not the menthol smell, just a little chill. Quickly changes to leather, rich pipe tobacco, charred oak and dark rum with a hint of horse barn. Probably my favorite aromatics yet