Denmark Nicotine Pouches


6 Products
£3.99
20 Pack
9mg 12mg 16mg
3 For £10

Watermelon Nicotine Pouch by Poke

Fruit Flavoured Nicotine Pouches
 
£3.99
20 Pack
9mg 12mg 16mg
3 For £10

Tropical Nicotine Pouch by Poke

Fruit Flavoured Nicotine Pouches
 
£3.99
20 Pack
9mg 12mg 16mg
3 For £10

Raspberry Nicotine Pouch by Poke

Berry Flavoured Nicotine Pouches
 
£3.99
20 Pack
9mg 12mg 16mg
3 For £10

Citrus Nicotine Pouch by Poke

Fruit Flavoured Nicotine Pouches
 
£3.99
20 Pack
9mg 12mg 16mg
3 For £10

Mint Nicotine Pouch by Poke

Mint Flavoured Nicotine Pouches
 
£3.99
20 Pack
12mg
3 For £10

Freeze Mint Nicotine Pouch by Poke

Mint Flavoured Nicotine Pouches
 

Nicotine Pouches Guides

Our nicotine pouch guides are the best way to find out a little more about nic pouches. Learn how to find the right nicotine strength, discover which flavour will suit you best and even learn about how nicotine pouches work.

Nicotine Pouches FAQ

What Are Nic Pouches?

Nicotine pouches are a less harmful alternative to smoking that’s ideal for situations where you can’t vape. They don’t produce any smoke or vapour, so can be used on public transport or indoor spaces like offices, pubs or cinemas. To get started put one between your top lip and gum, and it’ll get to work slowly releasing nicotine to satisfy your cravings.

Place Your Nicotine Pouch
Let Your Pouch Work
Keep Your Pouch In Place
Dispose Of Your Pouch

How Old Do I Have To Be To Buy A Pouch?

Pouches, just like any nicotine-containing product, can not be sold to anyone under the age of 18. We have a strict age verification process to ensure that all our products don’t reach the wrong hands. Nicotine pouches are also not recommended to anyone who isn’t trying to cut down or quit cigarettes.

What Strength Pouch Is Best?

When you’re just starting, we recommend going for a low strength. Most people begin with a 3mg or 6mg pouch and then work their way up as needed. If you go for something too strong, straight away, they’ll feel uncomfortable to use. We recommend you check out our 6mg pouches to begin with.

Why Do Nicotine Pouches Tingle?

For the first five minutes of using a pouch, you’ll notice a tingling sensation where the pouch meets your gum – this is normal and means your pouch is working. This sensation occurs when nicotine begins to leave the pouch and reaches the gum. if you find the tingle is too strong, you might want to consider a lower strength.

How Long Should I Use A Nic Pouch For?

Each manufacturer crafts their pouches differently and some varieties will take longer to release their nicotine than others. This means certain pouches can be used for 30 minutes while others can stay put for an entire hour. We always recommend checking the manufacturers’ guidance before using your pouch.

What’s The Best Nicotine Pouch Flavour?

When it comes to flavour, there are plenty of fruit and mint-inspired pouches. If you’re unsure where to start, we recommend keeping things cool and simple with mint pouches or trying something light and sweet, like fruit pouches.

How Many Nic Pouches Should I Buy?

The average person can get through anywhere between 6 - 10 pouches a day. This isn’t a hard-and-fast rule and you should use as many as required to tackle your cravings. If you find you’re getting through a lot of them, it probably means you need to go up a strength. They come in packs of 20-25 that should last around 2-3 days. You can stock up on your new favourites with our pouch multi-buys.

Which Country Makes The Best Nicotine Pouches?

Nicotine pouches are made around the world and everyone has an opinion on who does them best. Our collection includes nicotine pouches made right here in the UK as well as in countries like Sweden and Denmark.

Do Nicotine Pouches Go Off?

Nicotine pouches use food-grade preservatives to ensure they stay usable for as long as possible. Once a pack is opened, we recommend the pouches inside be used for up to two weeks after opening for best results. Sealed packs last around a year.

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