It's quite a different experience to the usual snuff. The heavy fruitiness makes it a very good beginner's choice. It's highly delightful, but not at all candy-like. Very, very rich and a bit heavy. Veeeeeery long lasting scent, and it delivers the typical Schmalzler-'satisfaction'.
You feel very comfortable with this in your nose. Due to the moisture a bit difficult to shift up, but absolutely no danger of it getting too high. You'll switch to other Schmalzler from here possibly, but you'll keep one around anytime and for sure, you won't regret it.
Courtesy of Snuff Reviews: Red Star
I had to google sudfruct. It means (southern) tropical fruit like pineapple, oranges, mango, etc. This was enough to get me on the hook. Although the snuff only had faint hints of this fruit in question, it was a damn tasty schmaltzler. Red Star had it right when s/he said that there's a second scent burst after blowing one's nose. That said, I could not keep it all up there very long. All I've had before this kind of snuff was a few Bernard schmaltzlers, which I loved, but I think that SF has it beat.
Also, I like that Poschl is leading the way with less plastic waste by selling envelopes of their wares. I just pour some into my Schmalzler Franzl (oh the sacrilege) earthenware corked snuff vile and I am ready for business.