LUCY Nicotine Pouches is a relatively new line of nicotine pouches sold in the US. If the name sounds familiar, they have a popular line of nicotine gum sold in the US, as well. This new line of nicotine pouches comes in a wide array of flavors and strengths. These are the standard Lucy pouches, but they also make a line of capsule pouches with flavor capsules in them, called LUCY Breakers. Today, we’re checking out their wintergreen flavor in the 4 and 8mg strength. They also make a 12mg strength, but I didn’t have a can of it with me for the photo. I’ve had it before, so I’ll still reference the strength in the review. Now let's check these products out!
VELO Nicotine pouches is a rather interesting one. Today, we’re checking out the Velo line sold in the US. I have to differentiate because Velo is a worldwide brand. Several years ago, a nicotine pouch brand known as Lyft launched in Sweden. Shortly after that, the line was rebranded to Velo, in line with another couple of nicotine pouches sold in the US. These products aren’t the same as those products. These products were rebranded as Velo when BAT purchased Dryft sciences, and turned Dryft into Velo. I know, clear as mud, right? It’s very confusing, and interesting! In this review we’ll be checking out the wintergreen variant of the Velo Mini Dry line sold in the USA!
The Rogue Nicotine Pouches line has been sold in the US for quite some time now. They are one of the earliest brands available here in the US in the tobacco-free format. I first happened upon them when I was traveling back in 2020. This range has an array of interesting flavors, including Mango and Honey Lemon, but today we’re going to be talking about one of their more traditional flavors, Peppermint.
Today we’re checking out Lucy Breakers. This is an incredibly interesting new format of nicotine pouches. You’re probably familiar with Lucy, they also make a popular line of nicotine gum. They’ve recently expanded into nicotine pouches, and have now added a new format to their world of nicotine pouches: the capsule. This is something that no one has done before, and it really adds an extra dimension to the product.
The Lucy Nicotine Pouches series has been growing a lot over the past year. From regular pouches like these, to their new Breakers product with flavor capsules in the pouch. If you’re not familiar with Lucy, they’re a very well known brand. They became more known with their nicotine gum, which you may have seen advertised on Facebook at one point in time. However, lately they’ve expanded into the world of nicotine pouches! Today we’re checking out a rather intriguing flavor: Cinnamon! This review will cover the 4, 8, and 12mg variants.
I first encountered Rogue a few years ago, but I had heard of them quite a few times. They were one of the earliest nicotine pouch brands sold in the US, shortly after Zyn came onto the market. Rogue is an interesting one. It comes in a full size can, about the size of a dipping tobacco can. But, this product doesn’t any tobacco. The pouches are also the full size, and not the slim type or the mini type like we commonly see in the US. So, this one is a rather unique product. Today, we’re going to be checking out their Apple flavor, in the 6mg strength.
Lucy Breakers is a really interesting new format of nicotine pouches. You may be familiar with Lucy because they make a popular line of nicotine gum. Over the past few years, they’ve gradually been expanding into nicotine pouches. But, what makes this one interesting is that it has something very unique, something no other nicotine pouch on the market has: a flavor/moisture capsule inside the pouch.
In this review, we’ll be trying their Apple Ice flavor!
In the world of nicotine pouches, there is none more popular or well known than Zyn. Since the launch of Zyn several years ago, it has grown in popularity across the US, and is a fan favorite for those who enjoy the all-white nicotine pouch category. With a wide assortment of flavors, and two strengths per flavor, the Zyn series is quite versatile. There are a few different mint products in the Zyn range, but today we’re going to be talking about their Cool Mint flavor, in the 3mg and 6mg strengths.
If you asked anyone in the US about nicotine pouches, most of them would mention the Zyn brand. Since the launch of Zyn, it has become arguably the most popular brand in the US. Zyn offers a wide range of flavors and nicotine strengths, so no matter what you’re into, there’s something for you. Also, in terms of mint, Zyn offers quite a few of them: Spearmint, Cool Mint, and the one we’re talking about today: Peppermint. Each US Zyn product comes in two strengths, 3mg and 6mg, so today we’re going to check out both of them.
I first tried Rogue a few years ago. It has been on the market for quite a while, and comes with quite a few different flavors and strengths. It’s also different from others out there. First, Rogue comes with a full sized can. In shape, it’s about the size and form of a dip can. The pouches are also different. They’re not the standard mini/dry type. They’re bigger, almost the size of a regular sized pouch. They also have more moisture to them, which contributes a softer pouch. Today, we’re checking out the tropical flavor of mango!
To be fair, coming from a fellow "dipper" trying to quit - it is a huge first step to switch to something like Zyn. First, the oral fixation is not even comparable so even though there is still nicotine, the user is breaking that fixation habit of a lump in the lip, spitting, and taste - which...