Dryft is a nicotine pouch product made in Sweden that contains no plant matter, is smokeless, discrete, fresh, and spit-free, and does not require refrigeration. Dryft is used in the upper lip, and the manufacturer says it can be used for up to 45 minutes. You may be asking yourself what's in Dryft, as this is a tobacco-free product. Dryft pouches contain a chewing gum base and tobacco-derived nicotine. While the nicotine is tobacco derived, it doesn't actually contain any tobacco plant matter in any way - left, root, stem, etc.
A can of Dryft weighs 7.5 grams and contains 20 pouches at 0.375 grams per pouch. Dryft products are available in two nicotine strengths - 2mg and 7mg.
Dryft comes in a small, round can which is translucent - which I think is pretty neat. They fit quite well in the pocket and are smaller than your regular snus or dip cans. There is also a compartment on top of the lid where you can discard of your used pouches if you aren't near a trash can! Dryft Spearmint 7mg is said to have "a refreshing flavor of spearmint in a smaller white pouch”. This product has a really nice, fresh, mild, lightly sweet smell of spearmint. The pouches themselves are quite dry to the touch, but as they get moister, they do get more comfortable in the lip. As they start out dry, you will find these have a long-lasting flavor in the lip. Being a mint product, you get a nice cooling presence in the lip when you put a pouch in, as well. If you like mint, you’ll definitely like these. The flavor of spearmint is relatively mild and gentle, but it comes through in a fresh, lightly sweet way! To compare them to a snus product, they feel similar to a regular snus. For non snusers, this means they are going to be on the higher end of nicotine delivery. I find Dryft products, on average, last about 30 minutes in the lip.
Dryft comes in a lot of exciting flavors like Black Cherry, Cinnamon, Citrus, Coffee, Dragon Fruit, Peppermint, Spearmint, and Wintergreen. If you're looking for a product that has nicotine but not tobacco and is discrete to use anywhere, anytime, give Dryft a try!