Swave nicotine pouches are made by a company called Gotlands Snus, which like most nicotine pouch manufacturers are based in Sweden. In 2018, Swedish Match (the company behind Zyn and also some other brands like Volt) acquired a majority share in Swave (see here), so you can expect Swave to be of the same type of quality as most of the other big brands.
Here’s what a Swave nicotine pouch looks like:
The name “Swave” along with this packaging made me think Swave must be marketed to hippy peace-loving surfer types. That’s personally not who I am, but it didn’t stop me from having to review this brand just like every other brand.
Where can you buy Swave nicotine pouches?Check out BNB Tobacco (recommended site) or Nicokick.
What Swave flavors are there?
These are the flavors Swave has in their line right now:
A sweet taste of melon, kind of like watermelon but also with some cantaloupe. Moist, soft and reasonably strong. Lasts a good amount of time.
- Tropic Spritz
A nice taste of pineapple, which is not a common flavor with nicotine pouches. Makes you think you’re on a tropical island! Smooth and clear. A good taste of pineapple.
- Red Surfer
A red sour berry taste, with some vanilla. Fairly strong like the other flavors.
- Cuba Libre
Tastes like rum, and quite delicious. This is another flavor other nicotine pouch makers wouldn’t even consider, but they did a good job with this one. You can taste a hint of cola as well.
Coffee and chocolate flavor.
What’s the best Swave flavor?
Tropic Spritz. Cuba Libre is good too.
Are there any coupons for Swave nicotine pouches?
How does Swave compare to the competition?
Swave, like the other brands made by Swedish Match (Zyn and Volt), is stronger than most nicotine pouches. The Swave brand has really been adventurous with the flavors it’s made though. Cuba Libre and Tropic Spritz are flavors that you won’t find elsewhere, but even so, they’re done extremely well.
Is Swave recommended?
Yes! Try the Cuba Libre and Tropic Spritz flavors.