UK Made E-liquids
JAC Vapour's UK Made E-liquid range has been developed, manufactured and tested to the highest standards in our UK based laboratory.
Special Offer: Mix and match any 5 or more 10ml bottles of any of our E-liquid and receive a discount of £1.00 per bottle!
We use a mix of PG and VG in our e-liquids, but you can choose between PG (Propylene Glycol) and VG (Vegetable Glycol) e-liquid base types; a blended mixture of both in different ratios to give the desired throat hit. Learn more in our UK Made E-liquid help section.
PG (Propylene glycol): PG is a common base ingredient used in many e-liquids and produces plenty of throat hit and flavour, but delivers less vapour than VG. We use a blend of 80% PG and 20% VG in our pre-filled cartomisers, for a good balance of throat hit and vapour, and easy wicking. Some users may find PG too harsh, as it tends to dehydrate and can cause a sore throat on occasion. Some people can also have an intolerance to PG.
VG (Vegetable glycerine): VG is a popular alternative base ingredient, and produces much more vapour than PG, but less throat hit. Flavour production can also be a little muted. It's a great alternative for those who may have allergies to PG, or find PG too harsh. The taste will be sweeter and not a full as PG, and the thicker consistency can make it slightly hard to work with in carts, but it's great in tanks and many people prefer it. Our VG base is 70% VG and 30% PG, so it's not suitable for people allergic to PG.
Different strengths and flavours of e-liquid can all be mixed to produce whatever unique combinations you can dream up. For example: Vanilla and Apple together create an Apple Crumble type flavour, or mix 24mg and 12mg to get 18mg, and so on. You can also mix PG and VG versions to achieve your perfect balance of flavour and vapour production.
For product support see our UK Made E-liquid help section.
Note: Due to health and safety reasons e-liquid cannot be returned (even if unopened) so please make sure you like a flavour prior to ordering large quantities.