For an absolutely huge collection of the finest e-liquids available in the UK and worldwide you’ve come to the right place. With over 1000 e-liquids, all from leading brands, no matter what your taste buds crave we have a flavoured vape juice for you. Our collection of delectable e-juices include a wide range of fruity vapes to donut or dessert flavours, and if you’re seeking a juice to closely replicate a cigarette we have a fabulous choice of tobacco and menthol flavours. For those that still require their nicotine hit, we have liquids from 3mg right through to 24mg strengths, or alternatively opt for our nicotine free liquids.
Individually selected by our dedicated staff, if a vape isn't absolutely phenomenal it simply doesn't make it into our lineup. Vape Superstore carries vape juices from such world famous manufacturers like Beard Vape Co., Dinner Lady, Attitude Vapes, and Twelve Monkey to name just a few. When it comes to our selection of over a hundred different flavours from more than a dozen manufacturers, there's virtually no limit to your ability to mix and match your favourites to create your perfect all day juice. Give any one of them a try and we're certain you'll find yourself coming back to our curated eliquid collection again and again.
Most popular brands
Lemon | Pastry | Curd
Apple | Mango | Guava
Pineapple | Ice | Watermelon
Grape | Candy
Blackcurrant | Orange
Strawberry | Blue Raspberry | Ice
Custard | Short Bread Biscuit
Mix Berries | Aloe Vera | Cola
Blue Raspberry | Menthol
Mango | Menthol
Black Grapes | Mix Berries | Low Mint
Vanilla | Custard | Biscuit
Grapefruit | Tonic | Cucumber
Tobacco | Chocolate | Nut
Strawberry | Vanilla Ice Cream
What is E-Liquid?
E-Liquids are an important component of any electronic cigarette, and it’s the component that produces the flavour as well as the vapour that is being inhaled and exhaled. Without the liquid inside the vaping device, the device is pretty much useless.
What is E Cig Liquid made of?
Vape Liquids comprise mainly of 3 ingredients, with an optional 4th ingredient. The 3 main ingredients of e cig liquids are propylene glycol (which is normally referred to as PG), vegetable glycerine (referred to as VG) and flavour concentrates which is usually food-grade flavouring. The optional 4th ingredient is nicotine which will come in a variety of different strengths based on the e liquid manufacturer. Vapers are able to customise their vaping experience using a juice that suits their needs, whether it be 18 milligram (mg) nicotine, all the way down to nicotine free.
What is PG and VG?
Propylene Glycol is a clear liquid that has a similar viscosity to that of water, and is flavourless. PG is the ingredient that gives its user the throat hit, and it’s also the ingredient that carries the overall flavour of the completed mix. PG is used in a variety of different day-to-day items, including food products and even some medicines, and is non-toxic.
Vegetable Glycerine is a much more thicker liquid that is primarily a vegetable base, making it non-toxic and suitable for vegetarians. It has a rather sweet taste and is the portion of the vape juice mix that is responsible for producing the thick plumes of vapour. Common items that VG can be found in include toothpaste, pet food and even beauty products.
How is the Liquid used?
The e-juice is usually poured into a small tank (or dripped directly onto a rebuildable atomiser) and is absorbed into the organic cotton that surrounds the coils. The coils within the atomiser will then be heated up when hitting the fire button on the vaping battery device. As the coils heat up, the cotton will begin to evaporate the absorbed liquid, producing vapour. It is this vapour that gets inhaled and exhaled. How much vapour gets produced, as well as the density of the vapour, will depend on the ratio of PG to VG within the juice.
What is the best PG to VG ratio to use?
That will vary depending on how you vape. If you a vaper that prefers a harsher throat hit and a higher nicotine content, then a higher PG liquid would be best suited for your vaping needs. If, however, you are prefer a lower nicotine strength, and you are more concerned with the flavour as well as the vapour production, then an electronic cigarette juice with a higher VG ratio is what you would use. Liquids that use a high VG content are mainly used in sub-ohm vaping, where the users exhale thick dense clouds of vapour.