Dholakia Sparrow Cool
"This is one of my favorite snuffs. It's very unique with the tobacco flavor, and the cool menthol. It's not like a Euro-style menthol at all. It's also a very fine, light brown color. It has a super fine grind and one must sniff with care. But once one gets it down, it's very good. I can sniff this one a lot."
"This is the same plain snuff as Sparrow green label but with a dose of menthol. The same nutty flavor is present, but the menthol does indeed cool off the fire that regular Sparrow can hit you with. The menthol is lightly added compared to many English and German menthols. Indians seem to blend menthol into snuff as more of an enhancement. However, this is not something for a novice. It is very fine and dry like Sparrow Green. It can hit very sharply and is easy to oversniff. Avoid the bullets that this is often sold in, as they will only exacerbate this problem. Learn how to control your snuff by mastering both your nose control and your pinching tenchnique and you will enjoy this."
"As a person who smoked menthol cigarettes exclusively when I was a full time smoker, you'd think I'd have a field day getting into snuffs, with all of the mentholated and medicated varieties out there. But most all of them are quite over-mentholated for all day use, and tend to dry out the sinuses even with infrequent use. Dholakia Sparrow is one of the few exceptions. The light, slightly exotic tobacco flavor is upfront, and hits with a huge, satisfying burn, and the menthol comes as kind of like an afterthought, leaving a rich, powerful slightly woody tobacco sensation with a slight cooling affect. This, for me, is the equivalent of the sensation of smoking the kinds of full strength menthol cigarettes I liked, except with an even stronger nicotine hit. If you are trying to quit menthol cigarattes, which can be tougher than quitting regular flavored brands, you really must give this a try. I keep massive quantities of this on hand; it's uncompicated, powerful, unlike any of the heavier, far more mentholated English or German Menthols that I've tried, and completely satisfying. Very fine, dry grind, but easier to take than the fearsome Dholakia White."
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