Blueberry Doughnut Deluxe Shot, E-Liquid Concentrate flavouring.
The Alchemist has been ‘Jammin’ & with this, he has captured every essence of a freshly baked Blueberry Doughnut right here in this E-Liquid Concentrate. A Doughnut has always been the very naughtiest of treats, paired with a sweet Blueberry Jam… this equals heaven for The Alchemist’s sugar lips. Meaning he can enjoy that true, freshly baked, sweet taste without any of the guilty feelings or sticky mess.
A fresh baked deep Doughnut with a sweet sugar glaze that’s oozes ‘True’ flavour is only the beginning, Blueberry jam that ripples through the doughnut along with a sweet frosted finish, delivering a sweet satisfying flavour on all levels. If one Doughnut is never enough… This is the juice for you
The Alchemist’s Tip – Mix at 20% – Steep for 3 weeks
250ml – Contains 50ml of Concentrate in a 250ml Bottle.
250ml Deluxe Kit 3mg Contains 50ml of Concentrate in a 250ml Bottle + 250ml of VG + 4 x (18mg) Nicotine Shots
250ml Deluxe Kit 6mg Contains 50ml of Concentrate in a 250ml Bottle + 120ml of VG + 8 x (18mg) Nicotine Shots
500ml Contains 100ml of Concentrate in a 500ml Bottle.
500ml Deluxe Kit 3mg Contains 100ml of Concentrate in a 500ml Bottle + 500ml of VG + 8 x (18mg) Nicotine Shots
500ml Deluxe Kit 6mg Contains 100ml of Concentrate in a 500ml Bottle + 250ml of VG +16 x (18mg) Nicotine Shots
Alternatively, you can half the Nicotine inclusion, to make 1.5mg. But, remember to add back in the extra VG to ensure a complete mix.
*Deluxe Shots are Concentrated Flavourings and are NOT to be vaped without Mixing. This product is NOT ready to vape!
** A Deluxe Shot contains the correct amount of Concentrate flavouring and leaves enough room for you to MAKE either 250ml or 500ml of E-Liquid dependant on the quantity purchased.
Please read the mixing guide available here
Artificial & Natural Flavours, Mono-Propylene Glycol.
- This is a concentrated flavouring to be mixed in a DIY E-Liquid. It is not to be vaped without diluting.
There can be noticeable colour differences between different batches of the same flavour. This is a natural result of the flavour manufacturing process.