This is one of my favorite coffee-scented snuffs. It's dark, strong, and the scent lasts for long time. I wouldn't want to take it all day, it's usually one I use in the evenings. It has a scent that reminds me of two things - walking into a store that sells good pipe tobacco, and coffee made from fresh-ground beans (instead of canned grounds).
Gives a bit of burn up front and mellows out pretty quickly. I want to always have some on hand, and find myself using it sparingly to save it.
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It is fine grind and very dry. Butiots fragrance reminds yo of the smell of ice cream vape liquids and it is very sweet when taking it. Not all that tobaccoey and with a nice gentle lift to it. The fine grind might make the nicotine more absorbable, but not as much as High Dry T by Frieborg and Treyer or Tom Buck (Wilsons of Sharrow). It is nice when you want that sweet dessert afters kind of flavour and a nice change from your usual stuff. I have no idea where it got its name from, but its fine and light and dry. So Guess it must be based on an Irish or Scotch consistency but with an exceptionally unique sweet confectionary flavour. Very interesting fragrance indeed.
I consider this a dessert snuff. The sweetness is a pleasant cherry aroma, like maraschino. It's fairly long, and the grind and moisture are about medium. It's very easy to take, and low on the nic.