This is the first proper German snuff I've tried, I assume it counts as a Schmalzler.
Yeah, my "problem" with this stuff is I feel like I am eating it with my nose, I can see going through 10g of this in a week or less (3 days if it was my only snuff on hand-- and yes, I am a newb to snuff, only snuffing for 2 months now.) The "flavour" is very much of authentic Black Forest Chocolate cake; sweet, cake-like, with deep, sweet notes, heavy on cherry liquor.
I love the tap box and art on it. I love feeling connected to time more or less forgotten in German history, this really brings me there. Very enjoyable. Cheers.
Mild menthol with a cherry-chocolate kick makes you feel like dancing after swilling several bocks of Spaten.
This a fascinating snuff because its tastes like, well, Zwiefacher. “ Zwiefacher” literally “double-time” is a Bavarian dance with irregular, quick chnaging rhythms, and that is the perfect meraphor for this snuff. It is hard to pin down the complex flavor because it starts to change and develop immediately. From the first sniff, I can’t really tell whether I am smelling tobacco, menthol, or some kind of fruit. The complexity and chameleon-like flavor is set in motion by a bare hint of menthol that is just perfect; not too much, not too little.
This is one of those rare concoctions that tastes like itself and nothing else. It is a marvel and a mystery with a good amount if nicotine too! This is one of my most beloved and cannot recommend it enough.
Quite a multi-layered snuff, this smells just like carmex chapstick at first, plus a lighter (than most) menthol. After a while, you get a scent of strawberries which fades, but never fully leaves, revealing a coffee scent! I have yet to have come across anything quite like this, as usually you get all the scents up front! Definitely a must try. It has something for everyone.
super complex one of my favorites by far to explain the complexities would take would take forever it hits you by surprise and then ends with a slight cooling effect excellent.