About Nasty Juice
Nasty Juice entered the vaping scene in 2015 with a range of hard-hitting flavours. Fast forward to present day and the options are bigger than ever. Based in Malaysia, Nasty Juice provide amazing e-liquid across the world. There’s a reason that it has won multiple international awards.
The Nasty Juice Range
Whether you use pod kits, sub-ohm tanks and everything in-between, there is a Nasty Juice range for you. Check out what we have available below:
As a 50/50 mix, this liquid can be used in most devices. There are 9 amazing flavours to choose from that include classics such as Cush Man, Green Ape and Bad Blood. This range combines fantastic fruity flavours with cool and refreshing mint. Available in 3 different strengths, this is a perfect choice for pretty much any vaper.
Nicotine salts allow vapers to use high strength liquids, but without the throat hit found with freebase, which can sometimes be quite harsh. This range has 13 different flavours that include plenty of combos for fruit lovers. Popular choices include Bad Blood, ASAP Grape and Bloody Berry. There are also 2 strengths available, 1.0% and 2.0%.
PodMate is a range of bar salt liquids. What this means is that it replicates the same intensity and smoothness of popular disposables, but in a much more cost effective 10ml format. Each 10ml bottle contains as much liquid as 5 single use devices, meaning that open tank vapers can enjoy great disposable flavour in their own kit. There are 12 flavours to choose from that includes a mix of fruity, sweet, tobacco and menthol tastes.
Is Nasty Juice safe?
Absolutely! All e-liquid sold by Eleaf conforms strictly to UK TRPR law, meaning that it doesn’t contain any harmful additives. It’s also the reason that all of our pre-mixed liquids are 10ml and the maximum strength is 2.0%.
What is Nasty Juice used for?
Nasty Juice is a manufacturer of quality e-liquids. The various ranges are for use in e-cigs to provide users with a healthier alternative to combustible cigarettes.
How to open a Nasty Juice bottle?
E-liquid bottles can be a little tricky to open sometimes. Because of the child-safe caps, you have to push down whilst turning the lid counter-clockwise.