We have tried it and decided not to carry it for a few reasons: The flavor was inconsistent, the cut was sloppy and the price was much to high for the product.
Skyzzz has spent most of its money on marketing the product as a SB knockoff with a tin can and similar labeling.
Basically, you get what you expect from a knockoff. Except the knockoff price. If someone was selling it to price compete with Nakhla, for instance, then it would be worth a try.
Hope this helps.