Red Astaire Nic Salt E Liquid by T-Juice (10ml)

Red Berries, Grape


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What could be better than the legendary Red Astaire? Perhaps only Red Astaire with nic salts!

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A firm favourite with many vapers, Red Astaire by T-Juice has met with phenomenal success. Its uplifting blend of red berries, black grape, aniseed and eucalyptus is completed by cooling menthol to create the perfect vape. Conventional wisdom dictates that you shouldn’t mess with a winning formula. But what if you can improve the juice without impacting that cherished flavour? The outstanding Red Astaire is now available with nic salts and that has to be a good thing.

T-Juice was the first eliquid collection to boast creative names. Red Astaire will always raise a smile and neatly honours two icons in one moniker – Fred Astaire and firefighter Red Adair. The flavour here is equally creative and fuses fruitiness with refreshing notes quite beautifully. The touch of menthol on the exhale provides the perfect finishing flourish and so we urge you to try Red Astaire, if you haven’t treated yourself to this juice before. The nic salt delivers a smoother yet more potent hit than freebase nicotine which is ideal for reformed smokers. All of which makes a much-loved flavour even more compelling.

T-Juice Nic Salt flavours are made in the UK and feature 50VG/50PG bases which are suitable for most devices. Available in nicotine strengths of 10mg and 20mg, Red Astaire would be an excellent place to begin exploring the collection.

  • 50VG/50PG E Liquid
  • Made in the UK
  • Fruity flavour with aniseed, eucalyptus and menthol
  • Nicotine salts
  • Available in nicotine strengths of 10mg and 20mg

4.00 Average

1 Reviews

Ian H

Different - good for a change but won't be using this too often - I think it's just a case of personal preference. It is smooth and very tasty though.