Morlaix is low in nicotine and of medium moisture. It seems to be a savvy combination of F&T’s Bordeaux and French Carotte. It tastes like a Dragée or Jordan Almond. Morlaix is a small city in Finistère that used to be the biggest port in Brittany, during the time of the French West India Company. La Compagnie des Indes Occidentales would transform tobacco from les Antilles at La manufacture de tabac Morlaix, to finance the colonisation of Nouvelle France; serving in a similar function as the Real Fábrica de Tabacos in Seville. At its apex the massive complex employed 2000 people, with ships docking directly at the factory quay. Morlaix is an agreeable post-dinner snuff, which nicely counterbalances the tannins of a fine claret in a rather civilized way.