What Nicotine Content Should You Choose for Your CUVANA Electronic Cigar?

Our CUVANA E-cigar comes in three different nicotine strengths: 0 mg, 12 mg, and 18 mg. For those who are new to electronic cigars and vaping, though, choosing a nicotine content can be confusing.

To help you out, here are descriptions of what to expect from each of the three nicotine strengths in our CUVANA E-cigar:

0 mg of Nicotine

Our 0 mg nicotine E-cigars contain no trace of nicotine. These electronic cigars are great for people who want to enjoy the flavor and experience of an E-cigar without the effects of nicotine. The 0 mg nicotine CUVANA E-cigar has a slightly milder flavor and no “throat hit” – a slight catching sensation in the back of your throat when you inhale.

12 mg of Nicotine

Our 12 mg of nicotine E-cigars contain enough nicotine to have a noticeable effect but are still pleasant and easy to inhale for beginners. These E-cigars have a slightly more pronounced flavor and produce a mild throat hit.

18 mg of Nicotine

Our 18 mg of nicotine E-cigars are the strongest that we offer and provide the closest parallel to smoking an actual cigar. These cigars have a bold flavor and a very pronounced throat hit. The 18 mg of nicotine CUVANA E-cigar is ideal for experienced vapers and/or those accustomed to actual cigars.

Conclusion

Which nicotine content is best for you ultimately comes down to your own personal preferences. In addition to this, many people find that they enjoy more than one nicotine strength and will keep multiple e-cigars of varying nicotine content around to use depending on what they want at that moment.

All said, we hope this guide has been helpful, and we encourage you to experiment with which CUVANA E-cigar you enjoy the most until you find the one that is the perfect fit for you.


1 comment

  • Great cigar…it actually satisfies! PLUS, great support. Call with a question, you actually get a real person to handle your request/question.
    Love’em.

    captnemo

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