Bernard Brazil Doppelt Fermentiert is the standard by which German snuffs are measured. This double fermented technique is testament to the quality of the product and proof that character takes time and effort even with tobacco. The nose feel is present but not painful. The grind is coarse, aerated but moist, and gushes with aroma. The most obvious flavors are dried fruit with highlights of fig, slightly spicy and an overall complex bouquet. All this supported by a very decent nicotine hit. Genießen Sie eine Prise!
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Deep rich flavor that hangs around forever.
Completely satisfying an all round perfect snuff. Heavy moist with many changing tones. Remember your hanky
Today was my first time trying this Bernard's Brazil Doppelt Fermentiert. I'm still newer to the whole snuff game my self, but as someone new this snuff is very pleasant. It's soft and easy on the nose for sure. The first hint of scent is definitely fruity, and sweet, but for me reminded of raisins which I like. It's a mild scent nothing to over powering I really liked it and this for sure with be in my rotation from now.
This has always been one of my favorite schmaltzlers and seems to me to be the benchmark schmaltzler. The grind is quite coarse, though does not seem like snuffing black pepper as some other coarsely ground snuffs. Be prepared for much drip, both front and back, and can be a messy snuff to use. The flavors are absolutely mind blowing, reminding me of rum and raisins, figs, and dark fruit. Nicotine seems to me moderate and slow growing, but definitely present and pleasant. I have no complaints with the snuff itself, but I do wish it would come in larger sizes than the 10g tap boxes. This is one of my all-time favorites and a classic! Would definitely recommend to beginners and seasoned snuffers alike,
This is the most basic schmalzer. It has a very light top note compared to most, which allows the tobacco to really shine through. It is figgy, has a "dusty chocolately ferment" note to it, and never is cloying. If you find their sweetest and most heavily scented offering, Klostermischung, too over the top, this is a good place to start. If you find it too bland, then try Klostermishung. Personally, I like to have them all handy.