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Chocolate Comparison

HerzlHerzl Member
edited July 2012 in Types of Snuff
I didn't think I would like chocolate, but have somehow managed to run out. I find it mellowing. I've read the reviews of Toque, Dholakia Swiss, and De Kralingse, but would very much appreciate hearing experienced takes on the pros and cons of the different ones. Also, what's the difference in Dholakia Limited Chocolate and their Swiss Chocolate? Which Mint is complementary? What mixes?
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  • Dholakia Swiss Chocolate is awesome - it really and truly has the flavour of real Swiss chocolate.
    Toque Chocolate is good too, but not quite as creamy tasting, to me.
    I haven't tried de Kralingse, but I've heard good things about it, nor have I tried Dholakia's Limited range.
  • I've tried all the chocolates and, for me, there is but one; Dholakia Swiss Chocolate.
  • Dholakia Swiss Chocolate is Really chocolaty...really really.
    Toque Chocolate is quite a bit more mild and to me, the flavor doesn't last nearly as long, but I found it to be the more balanced of the two.
    De Kralingse is still on my "to try" list.
  • Da Kralingse is very good, and different than the other 2. It's sorta light and fluffy to me. Has good choco flavor.
  • Toque tastes like a more fancy chocolate to me. Or like a chocolate liqueur. Dholakia is super chocolaty. Great if you are having a sweets craving. The Da Kralingse reminds me of hot chocolate.
  • Carol has it right on all three. Toque is indeed very liquer like, its also slightly fruity. The Dholakia limited tastes pretty much identical to the Swiss Chocolate, but not as strong and the tobacco is a bit more prominent. Its also a finer grind.
    Don't rule out Samuel Gawith chocloate!

    Toque is the one I like best, but other tastes differ.
  • De Kralingse

    That is the standard I judge all other chocolates on.
    I like them all including the Samuel G and even Paul Gotard.

    Not crazy about Dholakia...but that is my opinion.
  • cstokes4cstokes4 Member, Moderator
    I also love De Kralingse. Their Choco, Chococreme, and Chocomint Snuif are the best.
  • I ordered the De Kralingse Choco, Chococreme, and Chocomint Snuif, Toque, and Dholakia Swiss Chocolate. I'll get the Samuel Gawith and Paul Gotard next. Thanks everybody.
  • Herzl habst eine susser-Nase.

    I'm going to try some of that De Kralingse Chococreme this Fall...I've read good reviews on it.

    Speaking of liquer.... an Amoretto flavored snuff might be interesting.
  • @Herzl

    Nice order. You will be in chocolate heaven.
  • cstokes4cstokes4 Member, Moderator
    Er hat eine süßer Nase.

    Don't forget some Latakia Choco's from De Kralingse.
  • @cstokes4 Wir werden sehen, wie gut meine schnoz ist. Du weißt, ich werde es mit Scotch-Mix ja?
    Latakia Ao 1860 Is this the one? If so, it's coming with:
    Choco Snuif Chococreme Chocomint Snuif Dholakia Swiss ChocolateToque Chocolate
    Spanish Jewel/Gem
    Fribourg & Treyer Princes
  • cstokes4cstokes4 Member, Moderator
    Ja sehen wir. Die holländischen Schokoladen sind das Beste. Latakia ist das smokey eins.
  • Red StarRed Star Member
    edited September 2009 PM
    It´s quite astonishing, how much the different chocolate snuffs differ in taste. Even the De Kralingse (EXCELLENT STUFF!) are very different whether they´re the Virginia or Latakia Chocolate ones.
    To me the Paul Gotard Chocolate is as much matching the Dholakia Swiss Chocolate, that I hardly can taste any difference.

    The only chocolate snuff I´ve had and didn´t like, was the Sam Gawith one. Maybe it´s a typical english kind of chocolate (no offense, but I just can´t associate the flavour with any chocolate available in Germany)?

    The Wilsons Chocolate Orange is also very worth a try. A bit short lived in the nose, but very delicious.
  • Yes, the WoS Chocolate Orange is good, I like that. Also Temptation's Orange Chocolate is good.
  • I make a custom chocolate orange from the Toque chocolate and the St Clements. It's very yummy! 1 part St Clements, 3 parts chocolate.
  • Just tried the De Kralingse Chococreme-L, which uses Latakia, and wow, its the best chocolate flavored snuff I've tried so far. The smokiness of the latakia and the chocolate compliment each other so well.
  • Does anyone get a weird "aftertaste" after taking the Swiss Chocolate

    -Kidnapper
  • cstokes4cstokes4 Member, Moderator
    @Kid:

    All the time, which is why I stick to the De Kralingse blends.
  • Resurrecting this older discussion, because I love chocolate.

    My first choco was Goddard, which I liked very much. But... I just snuffed some deKraling's Choco (Virginia), and I must say it is delicious.

    I have some Dholakia on order, but I noticed here that no one has yet addressed the difference between the Limited and the stuff currently for sale?

    No I absolutely have to try the Latakia deKraling's chocolates, and the ChocoCreme. Not very interested in ChocoMint of either the Virginia or Latakia varieties.

    Back to the deKraling's...man, this snuff is good. Seems to have moderate nicotine though, so I need to slow down.

    Grin.
  • Has anybody tried Wilson's Chocolate yet? I would like to hear about it...
  • TomStrasbourgTomStrasbourg Member
    edited September 2012 PM
    Maybe its just me and the batch I got but the Swiss Chocolate I have tastes like grunt and then I get the rich chocolate aroma. Not bad, just different from the Toque or WoS chocolate orange.@kidnapper I don't know if that's what your referring to but it could be. Swiss chocolate was not quite what I expected although the chocolate flavor is rich when I'm not getting the musty leathery old taste of Grunt.
  • The Dholakia Swiss Chocolate is the best I have tried.
  • I stopped snuffing for awhile using homeopathy and vape I started again the first snuff I had was Samuel Gawith Chocolate and it was like wow so nice ! When I tried it a few months it did not seem so nice but I guess it's just the feeling after having not snuffed for a month !
  • FUBAR Bohica would be a great chocolate snuff and it is as long as you don't get any in your nose. But man that snuff smells great and so tempting to take a large pinch. This Bohica has to be straight from across the river styx . No joke, beautiful chocolate holy hell fire hot. 
    My knowledge is worthless if not shared and applied . "Joseph McKenna"  
  • ^ BOHICA has a nice scent?  I missed out on that.  I must have been too distracted by the amount of fluid coming out of my face.  Aside from the chocolate latakias from De Kralingse, I've been a fan of Toque USA Chocolate (haven't had the regular Toque Chooclate).  It has a nice sweet lingering scent.  
  • edited October 2016 PM
    @SeanOCDPx  if you haven't disposed of it or used it to deter squirrels. Just open it up and smell the chocolate it is wonderful and so deceiving. It is hard to do Bohica because your focused on the pain it inflicts. You only have a short window just before the faucet is turned on to say this not bad and then it builds heat and douche out all the glands in and on your head.     

    Bohica is an experience one never forgets 
    My knowledge is worthless if not shared and applied . "Joseph McKenna"  
  • I already gifted it  >:)   I know what you mean though, I like the scent of Doolali Tap before the heat comes.  
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