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Nasty Juice became a worldwide sensation in a short space of time. With its unique fusion of exotic fruit and ‘low mint’ flavours, vapers were quick to fall in love.
I’ll be taking a look at the top 5 Nasty Juice flavours. If you haven’t tried these yet then you should seriously consider doing!
What Is Nasty Juice?
The self-proclaimed ‘most bad-ass e-juice worldwide’ sounds like it has a lot to live up to. Started in 2015, Nasty Juice quickly entered the EU market, giving vapers a chance to try its low mint formulations for themselves.
It turned out to be a huge success, plus the cool urban tin packaging made it stand out from the crowd. Virtually all flavours are combinations of sweet fruit with something called low mint. This icy cool addition has just a small hint of mint, adding a new dimension to each flavour.
It was this winning formula which resulted in the brand winning a host of awards! From vape expos in various countries, it was clear vapers were loving its flavours.
If you’re new to this brand, or just want to see some of the best flavours, then keep on reading!
One of its most famous flavours. A mouth-wateringly good blend of juicy tropical mango with a refreshing cool low mint. If you want to sample everything good about this brand, then this is the flavour for you.
Also known as ASAP Grape, this simple but effective flavour is filled with rich black grapes, ripe berries and the signature cool and smooth low mint formula. This flavour is a must-have for sunny garden days.
Another hugely popular flavour amongst vapers. This superb liquid fuses an intense citrus fruit with tropical mango and tangy lime. If you’re looking for an intensely fruity flavour, then look no further than Fat Boy.
Another simple but outstanding flavour. Blending together juicy and ripe blackcurrants with the cooling low mint formula results in a liquid you’ll be struggling to put down.
And that concludes my best Nasty Juice flavours! Do you agree with this list? Why not leave a comment below?
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