Bernard Aecht Alt Schmalzler 10g

Bernard Aecht Alt Schmalzler 10g

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Bernard Aecht Alt Schmalzler is a traditional blend of fermented Rustica that delivers a moist and buttery texture and provides a fruity sweetness reminiscent of dried fruit. This is a complex tobacco product that has a substantial nicotine hit and should be experienced as an old fashioned schmalzler snuff.

Available in a convenient 10 g dispenser.
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Based on 20 reviews
Ben (Seattle, US)
Excellent Schmalzler

This was the first Schmalzler I had tried, and I loved every minute of it! An excellent, rich, almost meaty and tobacco flavor with hints of rich fruit (think dried fruit). I’d rate it just a hair below the Brazil Dopplet Fermentiert, but just a hair, and it’s still fantastic.

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Mike (Montreal, CA)
My favourite thus far

This was my first experience with a schmalzler and it's absolutely fantastic! Moist, fluffy, and very easy on the nostrils with no burn. The aroma is primarily of dark candied fruit like plums and figs with a hint of chocolate. The sweetness is pleasant and is more akin to molasses or maple taffy (tire d'érable for the initiated) than sugar. The nicotine hit is very noticeable and gives a nice, relaxed buzz. This is a rich, indulgent snuff. High recommended!

John Villella (Kansas City, US)

Coarse and moist. Packs a good nicotine punch. This is a great hands down non-mentholated snuff. Long lasting as well with a fantastic scent. Try some.....

Paul Przewoznik (Mechanicsburg, US)
oh boy

This snuff packs quite the wollop of nicotine. I get a strong taste of plums. My first rustica! Would definitely recommend as long as you can handle some drip.

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Eric Perlinger (Longueuil, CA)
Oh Tannenbaum!

Although an Altbayerischer Schmalzler sounds like something a dirty Bavarian old man might offer you in a dark Munich Gaße after getting wasted at Octoberfest (not to cast aspersions on dirty old Bavarian men in dimly lit alleyways), this really is remarkable stuff. Fluffy, moist and coarsely ground with a nicotine hit that hardens the nipples, this schnupftabak tastes like Figgy Pudding and provokes early onset Parkinson’s disease. Made from fermented Brazilian Rustica tobacco, this buttery snuff tastes like Christmas and leads to sugar plums dancing in your head. Great with dark rum like Venezuelan Diplomatico, this product definitely machts süchtig.