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Sir Walter Scott back in stock

Chakali [Green Label] (Sparrow)

AlexAlex Member
edited September 2012 in Types of Snuff
The producer describes it as an unscented pure snuff. It is very fine and dry and needs to be snuffed carefully. The colour is a light brown and it smells a bit perfumed. As the producer says it is not, I might very well be wrong. Maybe it is just the natural scent of the used tobacco. After snuffing it, the Chakali has a certain taste, of which I am not able to describe. The only thing I can say so far is, that the taste seems to be foreign. It reminds me of a snuff from Israel which has a similar character. I can not feel an impact of nicotine after some pinches. Altogether it is an easy to use snuff. As I prefer the coarse ones, it won't become my favourite.
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