CUSTOMER REVIEW:Dholakia's Cola Champagne is a pop flavored snuff that I can enjoy. It is easy to take and it delivers a slight nose bite. It is pleasant. What I enjoy most is that I do not get the artificial flavoring aftertaste that I get with other pop flavored snuffs.
The flavor is so spot on, I even taste the soda fizz. I recommend this snuff to the young snuffer who enjoys sweetness in snuff without it being overwhelming.
Courtesy of Snuff Reviews: morfiel
This is one of the better Cola scented snuffs i have had the pleasure of trying. The grind is not as fine as many of the other WOW/Blast snuffs and is easy to take. I do wish the scent lasted a bit longer but it is what it is. Light Cola flavor that is not overpowering and for the $2 cost of the tub it is worth checking out if this sounds interesting to you.
An unusual snuff this one, dry like most Indian grinds, but with a surprising aroma.
Not sure it warrants its champagne label but it deserves its Cola branding .
First sniff bring forth the sweet scents of a generic Cola without the sickly after-taste , the Cola hit is very smooth (and it might be my imagination) but seemed to have a slight fizz to it.
A reasonable nicotine hit.
If this has a fault it lies in longevity, the Cola aromas do not last too long and dissipated readily, there is little in the way of after notes.
Don't let this put you off this is an amusing snuff worth trying and I find I keep going back to get the Cola flavour ( clever marketing?)
Clever and pleasing this little tub of snuff magic.
This is a bit of a strange one, I'll admit. Definitely a quality snuff, but it does have it's quirks.
As soon I opened the container I immediately noticed the moisture - Not as dry as a Toque, but certainly not as moist as Samuel Gawith. I'd rate it at a medium moisture level for sure.
It's easy to snuff. It doesn't hit your throat as easily as many other snuffs due to the moisture.
The flavor is strange. I originally purchased it thinking it would mostly be a cola flavor, something like the Toque. Quite the contrary, this is a Cola Champagne. The snuff has a mild hint of musk, but beyond that, you immediately taste a sharp bite of cola. The bite gives the illusion of carbonation, much like a real cola, and the cola flavor itself definitely leaves behind that classic hint of cola syrup.
On the down side, I find that the initial musk/spice of the mixture can become a bit overwhelming on repeated snuffs, making it tough to use as a day-long snuff.
Still, the pros outweigh the cons, and I can easily recommend this snuff.