Acid E-Juice by Nasty Juice
After recently reviewing the Nasty Ballin and Moo Shake ranges, here is another review of a range from Nasty Juice. This is a sour candy flavoured range called Acid E-Juice by Nasty Juice. They originate out of Malaysia and have a distribution here in the UK. This was supplied by E-Cigarette Direct who are a popular vape vendor based out of Swansea. They have a popular website as well as a lot of walk-in shops based in the UK. The website offers free UK shipping with orders over £20 and the shipping of orders is very quick.
There are 3 flavours in this Acid E-Juice range. They all have the ‘sour candy’ flavour profile and come in Apple, Watermelon and Pineapple. They are 50ml shortfill bottles all presented in its own box.
Each box for each of the 3 flavours is the same minus a few changes to reflect the flavour inside. Each box is Yellow with a diagonal line design running in the background. The main graphic on the front of the boxes features a cluster of emoji type faces, with a graphic of each fruit representing the flavour, in amongst the face icons. At the top of the graphic is printed ‘Acid E-Juice’ title. On the bottom under the graphic is the printed flavour title and that it is ’50ml’ of ‘0mg’ in ’70VG/30PG’. At the very top of the front, is a small printed ‘Nic Shot’ showing it is Nicotine shot ready.
On the left side of the box is printed ‘Taste the sour stings!’ in a different colour for each flavour. At the bottom of that side is each batch number and expiry date for the E-liquid. On the right side of the boxes is printed ‘AcidJuice.co’ web address above the social media info.
On the back of each box is printed information. This includes the printed warnings, directions for use, ingredients, Nasty Juice’s Contact info and the bar-code.
Inside the boxes, along with the bottles, is a small leaflet. This leaflet has the printed ‘Acid E-Juice’ title and logo on the front, along with the social media info and ‘Nic Shot’ on the bottom. It has a diagonally striped background to match the theme. Inside the leaflet is written instructions and graphics on how to add the Nicotine shots to the short-fill bottle. There is a guide on how to add Nic shots in both 3mg and 6mg Nicotine strengths.
The bottles in the Acid E-Juice range are in smoked 60ml chubby Gorilla bottles. There is a black child safety cap on the top. A shiny foil-type label wraps the bottle that matches the design of the boxes. The front of the label has the same emoji style faces including the fruit of the E-liquid flavour. Below the graphic is the flavour title with the printed liquid amount, zero Nicotine strength and ratio. The printed ‘Nic Shot’ panel and Acid Juice social media info appears each side of the graphic. On the back of the label is the Acid Juice graphic above printed warnings, product info, ingredients and the Acid Juice/Nasty Juice branding.
There are three flavours in this range; Apple Sour Candy, Watermelon Sour Candy and Pineapple Sour Candy. We’ll have a blast through these flavours on a dripper and I’ll give you my thoughts.
Device Used: Yihi SX Mini G Class and Wotofo Recurve RDA with 0.4 ohm Fused Clapton coil.
Apple Sour Candy
The flavour description of ‘Apple Sour Candy’ is described on the E-Cigarette Direct website as succulently sweet yet bitterly sour, Apple Sour Candy’s features a unique blend of sweet apples fused with sour sugar. When having a smell from the bottle and you are met with a very sugar Apple scent. It definitely has a candy sweet smell about it.
On the vape, it’s a nice Candy Apple on the inhale. There is some sour there, but it is a smooth sour alongside the Apple and not over-strong in any way. The inhale tastes a bit like an Apple chew sweet, that you can buy at sweet shops in the Apple shapes. The exhale tastes good. It tastes exactly like the ‘Hubba Bubba Apple bubblegum’ flavour, and this also carries into the after-taste. A really nice, slightly sour but smooth, Apple candy flavour. There isn’t any dodgy chemical tastes throughout the vape and cloud production is good at 70VG. The exhale also produces a decent air freshener 🙂
My score: 8.6/10 – A tasty, but not over-bitter, candy Apple vape!
Watermelon Sour Candy
I learnt quite quick when starting to vape, that Watermelon definitely isn’t in my favourite flavours list, so am keen to see how this tastes with a sour candy spin. The flavour is described on the E-Cigarette Direct website as a mouth-watering “all day, every day” vape from Acid. Delivering a delicious flavour of red ripe watermelon with a surprise sour twist, the Watermelon Sour Candy e-liquid offers a juicy yet bitter-sweet vape. On having a smell from the bottle, it’s a light Watermelon scent alongside a Sugar-based smell. I am quite surprised that its a muted smell from the bottle, so lets see how it tastes.
On vaping, it is an amazingly smooth Watermelon with a touch of a sour bitterness in the back-note. I don’t get a massive amount of the sour, but for me, it is just enough to add a tang to the flavour. Some really sweet Watermelon liquids did put me off it as a flavour, but this Acid Juice is not over-sweet in any way and is incredibly smooth. Fans of Watermelon E-liquids will like this for obvious reasons, but don’t expect a really sweet punchy Watermelon. It is a generally pleasant Watermelon candy vape with a touch of tang alongside. An easy all day vape.
My score: 8.7/10 – A nice smooth Watermelon candy flavour with a hint of sour in the back-note. Don’t expect a really sweet vape!
Pineapple Sour Candy
Onto the last from the current Acid E-Juice range with a Pineapple candy-based flavour. This flavour is described on the E-Cigarette Direct website as designed to tantalise your taste buds, the tangy yet refreshing taste of the Pineapple Sour Candy e-liquid hits the sweet spot from the very first inhale! On smelling from the bottle, it’s just a general Pineapple scent along with a bit of sourness sitting alongside.
On vaping, it is a really nicely blended candy Pineapple. A few seconds into inhale, it reminds exactly like the taste of the old ‘Pineapple Cube’ sweets. Pineapple Cubes, which you can still buy, were the Pineapple version of the famous ‘Kola Cubes’. They are little blocks of boiled candy, topped with sugar. This flavour is exactly like that and it carries into the exhale and lingers on into the after-taste. There is a hint of sourness on the back-note but it just blends nicely with the Pineapple flavour. Again, a really good juice which isn’t over-sweetened and so is good enough to puff all day long.
My score: 8.7/10 – Pineapple Cubes in an E-liquid!
I’ve enjoyed reviewing this little range from Nasty Juice and they are all very nice E-liquids. The packaging is put together well and is nicely presented with the theme of the range. At first, I was hesitant of actually liking the E-liquids with ‘Sour’ and ‘Acid’ involved, but they are all really pleasant tasting. There are hints of sourness, but its not the type that screws up your face and makes your eyes squint on tasting. The sour bitterness blends in behind the main flavour giving it a candy feel, as opposed to taking over the E-liquid.
You can buy any of the flavours of Acid E-juice at E-Cigarette Direct at the links within the review. The price is currently £13.99 for 50ml which is well worth it. If you like fruit-based vapes, but want something a little different, give them a try!