This is a super fine snuff so be warned. Out of the freshly opened jar I get a lovely rich milk chocolate. The grind is super fine and very dry making it difficult to avoid keeping Sparrow out of the lungs. There is a glorious very short-lived floral note that is exceptionally pleasant. The nicotine in this is fairly high I'm a bit of a nicotine hound so I was a bit blown away being new to Indian snuff. I'll tell you this though if Dholakia Sparrow is any indication of what to expect I'm definitely going to explore more of their products. Very good snuff.
Very fine and fluffy. Strong tobacco flavor. Cigar like aroma. A must try for any American style snuff lover. Sparrow green as it is sometimes called is a very strong plain snuff that can be difficult for beginners to take. Good for scenting experiments of your own. Made in the spanish style of leaf parts only. Highly recommended.
Fine grind. All tobacco falver. No added scents. light tan, good stuff. Like the Nic hit. Still trying not to get it in my throat, but enjoying the learning curve.
This has to be my favorite scent of any snuff by far. It's supposedly an unscented, clean tobacco fragrance, which it kind of is. There's something strangely Indian about this snuff. It's got an underlying sweet tone that I haven't found in other "unflavored" snuff. It has an extra fine grind and is pretty dry. This is not the snuff you want to start off on. This is expert-snuffers only. My only gripe is the 9g sneeze-box I bought it in. It is so fine, some made it out of the package on it's trip through the mail. This is a killer snuff. Dholakia needs to do something about their flip tops, but what's inside is fantastic.