FUBAR Doolali Tap offers the soldier something that will ease the pain. This clever mix of spices that lets the curry come to the front is sure to please any wayward soul awaiting to get back home.
Note: The source of the British slang noun doolalli (Deolali) originally "doolally tap", meaning to 'lose one's mind', derived from the boredom felt at the Deolali British Army transit camp. 'Tap' may be derived from the Sanskrit word 'tapa' meaning 'heat' or 'fever'.
Rich, reddish brown tobacco and an ass-kicking dose of hot curry characterize Doolali Tap snuff. A little bit goes a very long way. Unless you’re a seasoned veteran of snuffs, this one will test your limits of tolerance. I’ve been taking snuff for many years, and this is the most intense, spicy snuff I’ve ever had. The only other one even close is Bohica, also made by FUBAR.