Zyn NT product? Zyn NT is an all white nicotine pouch product, so it made me curious if it was some playful inside joke or something. When it comes to this product, the fact that it's called G.4 shows how serious Swedish Match is about it. G4 means Generation 4. Swedish Match considers General Los to be Generation 1, which came in 1866. Then, the portion format in 1977 is considered Generation 2. The recent G3 line is considered the third generation, which was intended to be a perfect snus - Extra Strong, Slim Fit, Long Lasting, Soft Fit, Minimal Drip. Now we have this new product called G4. Perhaps Swedish Match considers white tobacco to be the future, as it looks to be their fourth generation, in terms of progression of snus itself.
flavor description for this product says, "The snus has a light and spicy character with clear elements of green apple and spearmint, as well as some vanilla and coconut." This product comes in a 19.2 gram can with 24 portions, for 0.8 gram portions. The nicotine content is 19mg/g (1.9%) or 15.20mg/portion.
When I open the can, the aroma is a gentle smell of apple and a fresh, lightly sweet smell of spearmint. The portions are very soft, and quite comfortable in the lip. Being a mint product, there is also a nice cooling presence, as well. The taste is a gentle, light pairing of apple and mint. The apple taste is closer to a red delicious apple than a Granny Smith apple. The spearmint flavor is mild, but present, and not overly sweet. This product has a really smooth taste. The nicotine has a pretty immediately kick and feels firmly at the extra strong level. The tastes lasts up to about 45 minutes on average. I didn't really taste any vanilla or coconut.
As far as mint products go, this is probably one of the best tasting mint products on the market. I wasn't sure about blending apple and spearmint, but it's actually really good. If this product was ever available to e-commerce stores, it would give Epok some competition. Right now, it's only available via the Swedish Match e-store, however. So if you're in Sweden, it's worth a try!