Apple Cinnamunchy ( 100ml Shortfill )

£14.99
A delicious and warming synergy of Sour Apple, Brownsugar, Caramel, Cinnamon Danish, Butter and Pie Crust. Sweet but with a hint of spice and long winter nights
snuggled up by a roaring fireplace. This product contains 100ml of Nicotine free eliquid in a 120ml bottle.

VG/PG Blend Guidance

VG/PG Blend Strengths Suggested Usage
VG/PG 80/20 This is the maximum amount of VG (with flavouring it is actually between 80-90%). Ideal for those big vapour clouds.
VG/PG 70/30 Produces a smooth inhale with clouds of vapour, probably the most popular blend.
VG/PG 60/40 If you prefer Vapour over flavour and throat hit.
VG/PG 50/50 A balance and compromise between throat hit, flavour and vapour production.
VG/PG 40/60 If you prefer flavour and throat hit over vapour.Usually preferred by those coming from traditional cigarettes.

VG / PG Strength Suggestions

There isn’t a one-size-fits-all answer to this. It depends on the kind of vaping experience you prefer. Many people use various levels of PG and VG for different purposes:
Throat Hit – If you enjoy a sharp throat hit when vaping then you’ll prefer a high PG vape. The ‘kick’ at the back of the throat, is something many ex-smokers crave, and PG (along with the nicotine) provides more of this than VG. PG carries flavour marginally better than VG, so the flavour will be slightly improved.
Smoothness – High VG fluid tends to give a much smoother feeling on the throat, with a more substantial ‘thicker’ mouthfeel. The flavour is slightly muted in VG fluids, but this can be countered by using more power to produce more vapour. Be careful to stay within the voltage/wattage limits of your atomiser, or you risk dry hits, or even damaging your equipment.
Stealth Vaping – If you want to keep your vaping lowkey in public then high PG is the way to go. Less vapour is produced when exhaled, making this ideal for the less ostentatious vaping enthusiast. However, you should always apply common sense. Vaping in certain places, such as waiting rooms and on public transport, is often outlawed and is simply bad manners. As vaping is relatively new, we have a duty to be aware of public opinion and behave responsibly.
Cloudchasing – A growing trend in vaping circles is ‘cloudchasing‘. This simply involves exhaling dense clouds of vapour, the thicker the better. There are even competitive events based around this activity, where the person producing the biggest clouds wins. If this appeals then high VG is the only option – the higher the better.

Nicotine Strength Guidance

Nicotine Strengths Suggested Use*
0mg For those who only want to enjoy the wide range of our flavours. Zero nicotine
3mg For dripping or very light smokers
6mg Ideal for Smokers of 10 low strength cigarettes a day
12mg Perfect for Smokers of 10 standard strength cigarettes a day
18mg Aimed at Smokers of 15-20 standard strength cigarettes a day

Shipping

FREE SHIPPING ON ORDERS OVER £30

  • All orders made before 2pm Mon-Fri will be dispatched on the same day.
  • Orders made after 2pm on a Friday will be dipatched the following Monday
  • The products are shipped in plain white padded envelopes or unmarked brown boxes.
  • Free Shipping is 2nd Class Royal mail (2-3 days delivery) on orders over £30

DPD Shipping

The DPD Service option is a fully tracked next day delivery service available throughout the UK except for the Scottish Highlands and Islands and Channel Islands. The postcodes shown below fall under the definition of Scottish Highlands and islands.

  • All orders must be made before 2pm for DPD Parcels.
  • DPD Orders made Mon-Thur will be delivered using their next day service.
  • If you want a DPD order delivered on Saturday (which is more expensive costing £10.20) please select DPD Saturday delivery otherwise the order will be processed on the following Monday with delivery on Tuesday.

The Postcodes below are excluded from DPD next day delivery

Scottish Highlands

AB36-38, AB55-56, FK17-21, IV1-39, IV52-54, IV63, KW1-14, PA21-40, PH19-26, PH30-41, PH49-50

Scottish Islands

HS1-9, IV40-51, IV55-56, KA27-28, KW15-17, PA20, PA41-49, PA60-78, PH42-44, ZE1-3