Intrigued by the flavor description on Keystone's website, I've found even more info on the name's origin courtesy of Wikipedia:
"The Belsnickel shows up at houses 1–2 weeks before Christmas and often created fright because he always knew exactly which of the children misbehaved. He is typically very ragged and mean looking. He wears torn, tattered, and dirty clothes, and he carries a switch in his hand with which to beat bad children"
Crazy Germans :)
Regardless, this is a FANTASTIC vape - excellent and authentic tobacco, on the woody dryer side. Great TH at 12 nic. Slight notes of brown sugar or molasses add a pinch of sweetness, and I think there may even be gingersnap or graham cracker accents to round things out. Great robust mouth feel. This is now on my short list of favorite tobaccos - it has a unique and special flavor, which is the only drawback - that it is TOO delicious for everyday pedestrian vaping.
Benefits from 2 days steeping for flavors to meld and settle down.
Lovingly dripped on IGO-W at .45 Ohms.