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Bernard Gekachelter Virginie 50g

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Straight from a solid cardboard box gives a serving of 50g strongly fermented snuff, a truly "Traditional" product from Bernard which is of the more heavily smoked Schmalzers that inherits a medium grind that is simultaneously moist and an easy refreshing product with an effective hit. Recommended as an every day medium grind that is non-sweet buy that will guarantee a long lasting sensation with no burn.

In terms of flavour, expect a mixture forest-fire and leather, and being one of the more dryer Schmalzer types. With some of our customers describing it as a more warm, organised and comforting snuff, that is straightforward when placing in the nasal area. A significant switch in pace of scented and mentholated snuff all within a 50g container. A pure tobacco bliss which and one of our more long lasting favoured products. Let us know your thought below. 


CUSTOMER REVIEW: My absolute favorite Schmalzler from Bernard. It's a dryer version of the schmalzler type and is one of the most longlasting flavors I know.

Description of the flavor: A mixture between forest-fire, turf-fire and leather. I would give it 6 Stars if I could!!!

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Customer Reviews

Based on 9 reviews
Bernard Virginie

I received this quickly and well packaged, it's a very high quality product..ideal for those who like a pipe and a whisky...this one is absolutely Taylor made for that occasion..great nicotine great flavour, super east to take

Lluc Agulló Galilea

it's splendid

Kristjan Tajnšek
Nice snuff

Realy nice snuff,im in love by the first sniff :)

Vincenzo Santiglia
Simply a great snuff ! I love it !

I tried it for my first time, just a great satisfaction!

Tobacco Jack

If you, as a child, had ever done yardwork, or who had spent time on a farm, a wood working shop, had to deal with leather, or had made a bon fire, this snuff might envoke these memories. The tobacco is smaltzler by tobacco process only; there is no sticky-sweetness in this tobacco. I think that this snuff's recipe is said to be from the 1700s. My only gripe is that I wish that the grind was a might bit finer; this is the only reason why this tobacco is not my all-day-every-day snuff. 🦡