Paul Gotard Coffee: 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 coffee, menthol and mint.
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This is literally coffee grounds with some tobacco mixed in. Like sniffing little sharp rocks.
Coffee scent yes, menthol yes, hint of chocolate yes. Do I like it Yes. It is easy to use, the grind is about medium to fine but the moisture level is high;This don't work well with tap boxes little balls of snuff roll off the back of hand or get clogged in the opening. I suggest removing from tap box and put in a flip top. Just pry off the opposite of the tap out side and fill a snuff box.
I believe it the wine that make this line such a good dessert snuff.The scent does linger for a while. SG. Black coffee is an all day for me ,Gotard is a after dinner treat.
This is pretty good. It smells like coffee. I was surprised at how coarse it was and how much it really did smell like coffee. It almost makes one think of a pot of coffee while being brewed. I will pick this up again.
This is another great Gotard stuff. For some reason there's comments circulating in the snuff world that this brand is subpar but I have had the opposite experience. There chocolate is a wonderful dark rich and most medium grind and so is the coffee. In fact, the two flavors are very very similar, so if I had to add any suggestions it would be to give this one slightly more coffee bite. It smells great and has no annoying after taste or burn. Definitely recommend trying this. Also, this brand comes in nice little tap boxes. Gotard doesn't pack a big nicotine hit either, but most snuffs don't, for that I use Taxi.