Vampire Vape Blackcurrant E-Liquid delivers a delcious fruity blend with both sweet and sour notes. This E-Liquid is available in several nicotine strengths that all work best with pod devices and vape starter kits. The 3mg version is a 50/50 blend whereas the 0mg, 6mg, 12mg & 18mg are all 40VG/60PG blends
Vampire Vape e-liquids are very versatile as they offer a range of VG ratios and nicotine strengths meaning they can be used with a wide variety of vaping kits and tanks.
The company has an excellent reputation and is one of the oldest UK based companies. They offer a wide selection of great tasting flavours including tobacco, fruit and menthol blends. They come in 10ml bottles with a nicotine content ranging from 0-18mg.
• UK based
• E-Liquids 0-18mg
• Range of VG ratios
• Nicotine Salts 10mg and 20mg
Standard UK Delivery
Royal Mail 24
FREE on orders over £15
£1.99 under £15
Dispatched same day if ordered before 14:30 Monday to Friday. 95% of orders arrive next day. Please allow up to 7 days
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DPD Next day Monday-Friday
Free on orders over £100
Dispatched same day if ordered before 14:30 Monday to Friday.
Any orders placed before 14:30 Monday to Friday will be dispatched the same day. Standard delivery with Royal Mail will normally be 1-2 days. Royal Mail deliver Monday - Saturday.
Next working day delivery can be guaranteed by selecting DPD at checkout.
More detailed information can be found in our delivery policy.
VG is also known as vegetable glycerine and is a thicker consistency than PG. It is responsible for producing most of the vapour and adds a slight sweetness to the flavour of the e-liquid. The general rule of thumb is that the higher the level VG the bigger and denser the vapour cloud will be. This will also result in a slightly sweeter taste coming through. An e-liquid containing only PG would be too harsh on the throat so the VG helps to balance it out.
PG is also known as propylene glycol and is slightly thicker in consistency than water. It is a colourless and almost odourless liquid with a high boiling point which therefore requires the coil to reach a high temperature in order to produce vapour. The vapour density produced is very comparable to that produced by a cigarette. The role of PG is to carry the flavours and nicotine and to provide the best possible throat hit for your vaping experience. Therefore e-liquids containing high levels of PG will give a much more obvious throat hit making these the best choice for those wanting to replicate “as best as possible” the sensation of smoking. However, the higher the level of PG, the harsher the throat hit will be. As PG is almost tasteless, the flavours within the e-liquids really come to life.
This largely boils down to your personal preference of what you want to achieve in your vaping experience whether it be flavour, throat hit or cloud production:
Sub-ohm devices usually work best with e-liquids with a high VG content (at least 60%) and containing no more than 6mg of nicotine. As more vapour is produced with sub-ohm vaping this would result in a bigger throat hit which would be too harsh with levels of nicotine above 6mg.