Beautiful orange brown medium maybe over medium grind not dry nor clumpy moist it will stick to the spoon.
Orange zest with a base of tobacco aroma like de kralingse mettaijer. Light nicotine. There might be a light smell of menthol or eucalyptus but it may come from the zesty citrus. A fantastic high class snuff.
Rosinski's Sans Souci is a fermented snuff with a powerful scent of dried orange peels. I like the scent very much, but there is such a thing as too much of a good thing. The orange-peel scent lasts a loooooong time -- too long, even. After trying this snuff for the first time, I could still smell it after more than half an hour. I finally got tired of it and had to clean my nose out with a Q-Tip. It has that much staying power! I want to continue using San Souci, but I'll definitely be cutting it with something. I haven't yet tried Weis snuffs, but I think I might experiment with a blend of Sans Souci and a Weis to tone down the flavor of the Sans Souci and perhaps add some sweetness. The orange peel scent is super citrusy, but it's not particularly sweet. Sans Souci has a pretty low nicotine content, so maybe a Weis will add a bit of an energy kick, as well. When I first started using snuff, I had no idea I would become a mad scientist, but here I am. Life is good.