Dholakia Manjul is a very cool character. Stands out in a crowd and is not another traditional Indian snuff. This mixture has personality and is made from a light brown tobacco color that is enhanced with spicy clove and a cool undertone of mint that is quite refreshing.
Available in a variety of convenient hermetically sealed containers.
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Try McChystal's Warm Glow if you want clove. I don't notice mint. I can see why people like this but it reminds me of leftover campfire.
This snuff is very good with green dragon took a pinch of both and I was in a fruit juice commercial with fruit juice flavors flying out of my nose! a good christmas treat these two snuffs are! Buy both! spices mints fruit juice flavors!
Light brown in color with a fine grind that sticks together well. The clove is present but not over powering. Mint adds a nice light cooling effect. If you are looking to blow your face of with menthol then this is not your snuff, and for that reason I find this very enjoyable.
I wasn't as impressed with this as I expected. I really didn't get the clove-mint/menthol described, more like, predominantly natural tobacco with hints of them. To me, it seems a bit more coarse, & dry, & although it has a nice mellow gentle warmth to it, it also seems to be a bit clogging for me, & the aroma is a mellow earthy subtle spicy type. Not a bad thing, if you prefer a more laid-back sensation. I prefer stronger medicated types, but I'm saving this for blending to tone the others down or add a bit of variety.
Light in colour and very finely ground, Manjul has a unique scent of cloves which dominates, along with a touch of menthol. The scent has some staying power, strength is moderate, making this is an excellent occasional snuff.