Paul Gotard Chocolate: a mixture of oriental tobacco, Virginia, and Burley. All have undergone a process of fermentation at the end of the addition of the original Virginia blend from Polish cultivation of Dark Gotard's Wine. Added flavors include a delicious chocolate.
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Like a freaking chocolate Tootsie roll. I sometimes mix with cinnamon or menthol snuff and come up with whatever.
Wow. I really did not expect such a phenomenal snuff. It's a coarse medium moisture black snuff. It almost reminds me of a schmalzler. The chocolate here is dark and it's very fragrant. However, what really got me was how the dark chocolate blended with the dark, smoky tobacco. I really think this should be more well known.
First time to snuff.
There is a soft creamy note mixed with a chocolate flavor almost like a cross between dark chocolate and creamy milk chocolate. It is a thicker moist tobacco not offering much herbal flavor. The sniff is a smooth breath with only a slight tingle as attributed by the moist nature of this product. Wouldn't use daily but its a nice almost "dessert" snuff.
Oh man, this stuff is good, really really good. It has a rich, pronounced chocolate flavor, a moist medium grind and could actually work for your sweets or chocolate craving. The smell really lingers in the nose with this one, it's kind of like snorting a hershey's kiss. When I first started using nasal snuff, I didn't think I would like these kinds of flavors, but this one quickly became one of my favorites. A must try.