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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

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C.G.
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

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Lluc Agulló Galilea
Fantàstic

it's splendid

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Kristjan Tajnšek
Nice snuff

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

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Vincenzo Santiglia
Simply a great snuff ! I love it !

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

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Tobacco Jack
Memories!

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. 🦡