Velo Nicotine Pouches - from BAT, producer of the classic snus and nicotine pouch brands Lyft & Epok. Slim and discreet nicotine pouches made out of eucalyptus and pine fibres.

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VELO vs. ZYN – Similarities and differences

White is the new black. Since the launch of the first white nicotine pouch in 2004, the product is steadily increasing in popularity by the day. And, why wouldn’t it? The white nicotine pouch don’t stain your teeth, they’re smokeless, don’t smell, you can use them anywhere and anytime, and many nicotine pouches are even tobacco-free.

Velo and Zyn are two popular brands on the nicotine pouch market. They have certain things in common but they also have their own characteristics. To help you choose your next nicotine pouch, let’s take a look at some differences and similarities between Velo and Zyn.

But before we do that, let’s start from the beginning and discover what nicotine pouches actually are.

What are nicotine pouches?

Nicotine pouches are portions of nicotine in pre-packed pouches. The user places the nicotine pouch between their upper lip and gum to release the nicotine from the pouch. Most nicotine pouches are dry, meaning there is no need to spit while using the pouch.

Zyn nicotine pouches

A popular choice among nicotine pouch users, Zyn is manufactured by the Swedish snus giant Swedish Match. The dry white pouches provide a completely tobacco-free nicotine experience for up to one hour.

Zyn has a nicotine experience level from 1 to 5 – with 5 being the strongest at 16 milligram nicotine per gram. The nicotine level ranges from 4 milligrams per gram to 16 milligrams per gram. You can choose between nicotine strength levels 4, 8, 11, 15, and 16 milligram nicotine per gram.

Zyn is available in a wide range of flavors: Espressino, Lemon Spritz, Citrus, Spearmint, Cool Mint, Apple Mint, Ginger Blood Orange. Deep Freeze and Dark Frost are two extra strong products in Zyn’s range – with a strength level of 5 out of 5. Find our more about the top ZYN flavors.

Zyn pouches come in slim and mini portions for a discreet nicotine experience.


Velo nicotine pouches

Velo is manufactured by R.J Reynolds in America and British American Tobacco (BAT) in the UK. Just like Zyn, Velo’s nicotine pouches are dry and free from tobacco. The nicotine in Velo’s nicotine pouches lasts for about 30 minutes.

Velo has several flavors in their product portfolio: Tropic Breeze, Urban Vibe, Ruby Berry, Polar Mint, Ice Cold, Freeze. They all have different strength levels – from 1 to 4 – to suit both newbies and experienced nicotine pouch users. The nicotine content in Velo’s nicotine pouches range from 4 milligram nicotine per gram to 11 milligrams per gram.

The nicotine pouches are slim, making the product discrete to use anytime and anywhere.

Conclusion Zyn and Velo nicotine pouches

Zyn and Velo offer a wide range of tobacco free nicotine pouches in a variety of flavors and nicotine levels. Let’s sum it up below.

The nicotine pouches from Zyn and Velo are:

  • Tobacco-Free
  • Odorless
  • Dry
  • Slim & Discreet
  • Available in 5+ Flavors

Zyn has the highest nicotine content. Their Deep Freeze and Dark Frost (both 16 mg/g) are stronger than Velo’s strongest player Freeze (11 mg/g).

Both Zyn and Velo come in slim portions. Zyn also has a mini dry product.

Zyn and Velo both offer fruity flavor combinations and classic mint. If you are after something other than mint and fruit, you might want to go for Zyn’s Esspressiono.

So, which brand’s nicotine pouch should you choose if…

…you want something tropical: Velo

…you want something strong: Zyn

…you want something discrete: Zyn’s mini dry

…you want something acidic: Zyn

…you want something with berries: Velo

…you want something minty: Either Zyn or Velo.

…you want the flavor to last long: Zyn


Now you know the main differences between Zyn and Velo – which flavor are you most exited to try? Hop online and discover the world of nicotine pouches. Happy pouching!