Bernard Fichtennadel is the literal embodiment of the outdoors. This highly scented tobacco is bathed in spruce needles and rounded off with menthol. The effect is instantaneous, one sniff and your finest holiday memories are revived no matter the season. The content is dark, moist and fluffy, and will provide a medium dose of nicotine. Genießen Sie eine Prise!
Available in a convenient 10 g dispenser or box of twenty.
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I came across this and the pine note sparked my interest. I tried it today and wow......it is in my top 3 already. Bernard makes high quailty snuff already but this combination of pine with menthol is a winner. Like stepping into a beautful, cool forest. It hits you with a refreshing smack and the lingering scent of a pine tree is familar, comforting and very enjoyable for me. 10/10.
This is a truly wonderful product from Bernard. The spruce and menthol are perfect balanced
I’m trying all of the Berdnard snuff types. I prefer Bernard over Indian snuffs for the texture, grind, water content, and overall quality of Bernard. This particular one is becoming one of the top two snuffs I've tried so far. Compared to Bernard's Postellon and Glosterchung, I find this one is easier on the senses; less malty, less fermented, with a slight refreshing menthol attribute. This snuff is much less floral than Indian snuffs. It's more subtle and natural. Taking a full spoonful, I’m getting a refreshing winter spruce scent, woodland fern, decomposing wood, and a fresh forest rain. I'm not getting smoky at all, as others have sensed. I'd imagine riding horseback in the fog, after a fresh rain in a fern and spruce forest. Very interesting!
When you open it up and have a sniff you get the feeling your going to shove a balsam fir tree up your nose. But then I tried it and it more like being in the woods around a fire, has a smokey note to it that I like, very natural.
That’s what the guy at the tobacco shop in Vienna said. I asked for a German snuff and this is what he recommended. It is fantastic. Spruce and smoke. I don’t usually go for menthols, this is not overpowering at all. He said it best “it smells like the forest.”