An apparatus for smoking electrically heated tobacco, comprising a cigarette body employing electric heating for smoking. The cigarette body is provided therein with a heating cavity and is provided with a tobacco combustion cavity (2). Tobacco is provided within the tobacco combustion cavity (2). One mouthpiece (4) is provided at a head part of the cigarette body. The mouthpiece (4) is provided therein with one or more accommodating cavities. Split water and evaporated water generated by electric heating are partly absorbed into the accommodating cavities. When the tobacco is being heated, an aiding element (3) used for aiding the inhalation of smoke is inserted into the mouthpiece (4), and a cigarette (5) is entirely inserted into a sectional heating apparatus to implement sectional heating. The apparatus, when heating and combusting, is capable of helping a user to smoke tobacco, solves the problem in the prior art in which smoking is prevented during a heating state as a result of the mouthpiece (4) being clogged by the split water or evaporated water in the electric heating process, and, by means of accurate sectional heating of the cigarette (5), implements the cigarette (5) producing smoke evenly and retaining maximum aroma, and obviates a cigarette filter and the inhalation of a product of tobacco decomposition.