Our E-liquids are sourced from across the globe with the majority manufactured in the USA and UK. We stock the vape industry’s leading brands including Nasty Juice, I VG, LDN LIQ, Dinner Lady, Vaping Outlaws, and 12 Monkeys. All of our e-liquids are TPD compliant; VG liquids and short fill e-liquids are available too.
Not only do we stock the best vape juice that UK brands have to offer, we also have an extensive range of different ecig juice flavours for you to try, from 10ml bottles to 100ml short fills. Keep an eye out for our exclusive vape juice bundles and mystery e-liquid boxes!
Shop at UKECIGSTORE to find the best e-liquids at the best price. If you need more information about e-liquids, nicotine, nicotine salts and short fills please have a look at our vaping FAQs.
What is an e-liquid principally made by, and how do they differ?
Vaping e-liquids are made up of four basic ingredients; water, nicotine, flavorings, and a mix of propylene glycol and vegetable glycerin base (most commonly known as PG and VG). PG and VG ratios will differ from e-liquid to e-liquid, depending on the type of consistency the manufacturer is trying to achieve. If the VG content is higher than the 50%, it will be best used on sub-ohm devices, whereas if the PG concentration is at 50% or higher, a MTL device is suggested, as they are function at lower power, and the harshness of the e-liquid could be too much to bear into a Sub-Ohm device. An e-liquid with High PG concentration will be harsher than one with higher VG percentages, therefore this is why they have suggested type of devices. Here is how they differ below: Propylene Glycol (PG) : This is a lab-made liquid that the FDA generally views as safe in food, drugs and cosmetics. It’s also used to make artificial smoke or fog for performances. It can irritate the lungs and eyes and may be more harmful for people with chronic lung diseases like asthma and emphysema.
Vegetable Glycerine (VG) : Vegetable glycerin, also known as glycerol or glycerine, is a clear liquid typically made from soybean, coconut or palm oils. It is odorless and has a mild, sweet taste with a syrup-like consistency and is particularly popular in the cosmetic industry along being utilised for several other uses.
How do I add nicotine to a Short Fill e-liquid?
Short Fill e-liquids do not include any nicotine content, for this reason if you need your short fill to have any nicotine strength, you personally need to add nicotine shots in the confection. If you need to do so, please follow carefully the following instructions. For starters, you need to remove the sealing cap and pop open the bottle's nozzle. For safety and simplicity reasons, you would want to use a pair of plyers for completing this last process. Next, you will need to pour the desired amount of nicotine in the Short Filled container. After the explanations, we will provide you with a list that will provide you with necessary dosage knowledge, should you not have any.
Place the nozzle and cap back in the bottle, and shake thoroughly to get the nicotine uniformely mixed. It is helpful, if possible, to place the freshly mixed bottle into a glass/container filled of lukewarm water for one minute, and only then shake the bottle through. By doing so, you will mix the nicotine with the liquid more evenly and effeciently. After this, we recommend you waiting a few minutes to allow the liquid to rest, and once there are no visible bubbles left, you are finally free to refill your device.
To know how much nicotine you require for a preferred nicotine strength, please see below: 50ml Short Fill with 3 mg content: Add 1 x 18/20mg Nicotine Shot / 50ml Short Fill with 6mg content: Add 2 x 18/20mg Nicotine Shots / 100ml Short Fill with 3 mg content: Add 2 x 18/20mg Nicotine Shots / 100ml Short Fill with 6mg content: Add 4 x 18/20mg Nicotine Shots // If you follow this type of ratio, you will be able to select your preferred nicotine strength with your favourite 50ml Short Fill flavour.
What is the difference between Freebase and Salts Nicotine?
There are 2 types of nicotine in the market. One is Freebase and the other is Salts. We are going to explain them to you below.
The nicotine that has been the most common since vaping has been a thing, is called freebase nicotine. It is the main method of producing nicotine that tobacco companies have been adoption all the way since the 60's, Freebase means that the nicotine is in its purest form compared to the other nicotine derivatives. In turn, the nicotine is much more potent when heated, therefore giving a stronger throat hit, and takes longer to be released into your system, but will also keep your nicotine cravings in check for a longer period of time.
Nicotine salt on the other hand, is found in tobacco leaves, when they are still in their natural state. Nicotine salt is also somewhat much more stable than purebase and smoother than the freebase form. Salt Nicotine also require a slightly higher temperatures to vaporise, therefore it does travel easily to your nicotine receptors in your body, providing a faster assimilation and "nicotine rush", so care is required in their use, remember safety first people, and always keep a close eye on your nicotine levels when mixing and vaping your e-liquid.