CUSTOMER REVIEW: Another top quality snuff from Bernard! As one would expect, it's coarse, dark and moist with the excellent taste of Brazil tobacco shining through. The top notes of syrup, molasses and, unlike some of their other schmalzlers, fruit. It's much fruitier than their other schmalzlers. This one deserves every success.
Courtesy of Snuffhouse: Anonymous
This is nearly identical to Poschl's Schmalzler D. Overall light flavor. Subtle overtones of fig & raisin. It's ok but not one of my favorites.
Had this snuff both ordered and bought from online and from a local tobacco shop.
It seems the fruity fregrance is not always on point. It changes from very present to not really noticeable.
Otherwise its a premium snuff and the description is spot on.
For the money spent, I found this snuff to be quite enjoyable! Nice mellow taste, not too strong on the pallet yet it has enough of a kick to satisfy the veterans. I would say it is a perfect in between! Its fruity aroma combined with nutty and earthy tones have proven to be very relaxing and fulfilling. It reminded me somewhat of the GWAYI BABATON but less dense and a little bit more mild, however that does not mean that at some points it is just what I am looking for!
I think this is inspired from Postillion, which in my opinion has a much greater flavor than Regensburger. One gets the chocolate, but it has a much lighter scent. Their is a fruity scent, but I don't get berries....it reminds me of an orange wafer. Yes, this is like chocolate with a tiny undercurrent of an orange wafer. Its a nice quality snuff, but I prefer the other dark chocolate type schmalzlers from Bernard.
Another fruity concoction that I can't nail down and very lightly mentholated.
This is another one with big clumps that need to be pushed down before snuffing. If I were to guess at the scent I say berrys with chocolate. It is very enjoyable no burn to speak of.
The color is dark the grind is medium/course and the moisture level is medium. Very nice