We sometimes use abbreviations to indicate the strength and flavor of your cartridges and disposable products.  The first letter indicates the strength (which may also be noted as the Nicotine By Volume – or NBV – number).  The second letter indicates the flavor.  See the table below to help you identify your cartridges or Flings.


Strength Flavors
XX (5.4% NBV) = Double Extra Strength R = Regular (Tobacco)
X (3.6% NBV) = Extra Strength M = Menthol
F (2.4% NBV) = Full Strength V = Vanilla
L (1.6% NBV) = Light Strength C = Chocolate
UL (0.8% NBV) = Ultra-Light Strength E = Espresso
NF (0.0% NBV) = Nicotine Free CL = Clove
  CN = Cinnamon
  S = Strawberry
  SP = Snap (Mint Chocolate)
  LC = Lime and Coconut
  BB = Bora Bora (Mild Tobacco)
  A = Apache (Bold Tobacco)
  B = Banana 
  AC = Atlantic Cut (Tobacco)
  ZK = Zero K (Icy Menthol)
  IB = Iced Berry
  PP = Peach Pit
  BA = Bad Apple
  MT = Mango Tango
  JG = Just Guava
  MG = Muscat Blanc (White Grape)
  W = What a Melon (Watermelon)
  CB = Cherry Black (Cherry tobacco)
  CK = Copper Kettle (Caramel)
  CV = Cavendish (Pipe Tobacco)
  FC = Fraise Creme
  GA = Grand Ambrosia
  MB = Mint To Be
  WG= Whippin’ Good
  TH = The Hive
  OA = orAngelic
  CM = Cinna-MMM
  TO = The Orchard