Bernard Klostermischung is homage to the monastery that first compounded this unique mixture. This is a dark and by schmalzler standards, quite dry; most of the moisture is from the fat. The flavor is sweet like dried raisins and maple sugar which provides a lovely accompaniment to the rich and smoky tobacco blend underneath. Easy to take and provides an ample nicotine hit. This may be the best introduction to schmalzler snuffs and can quickly become a favorite in your collection. Genießen Sie eine Prise!
Available in a convenient 10 g dispenser or box of twenty.
If this is the only snuff that I had available to me, I would be perfectly happy. The flavors are amazing. I get a little bit of a rum scent but for me it seems more figgy/raisin and a wisp of smokiness and earthiness. It has a pretty good vitamin N kick.
Dark German chocolate rum ! Spot on , I remember vividly in Germany grandma giving me a big chocolate egg with mini chocolate "thingys" . The mini thingy had whiskey that exploded in my mouth as a kid.
Trying my luck with the British ultra fine perfumes and a few trendy snuff . Bernard consistently fighting for top shelf in my collection and it shows in my pictures.
It also shows my South American rape' nitro version I started this habit meditating with . But the nicotine levels are explosive and shotgun like pain to the face I believe are part of the cleansing ritual and meditating .
This one will put you up against the wall if you dabble in excess, saying that it’s a good wall to be up against! especially after you hit gravity... Definitely worth a trial
Just the tap tin was enough to make me buy this snuff, and the contents didn't disappoint! Aside from the typical ammonia, the bittersweet scents reminded me of a good German dark beer, and I'd be willing to bet it would pair well with a high-end porter or stout. So far my favorite go-to snuff. I can't recommend this one enough!
Beef Jerky 'n old Würstchen... This is what I got from this. although not in a bad way, it's good, but not your everyday run of the mill scent. Interesting to say the least as most Bernard's are.