Hello you lovely lot! I’ve been quiet recently what with Christmas and New Year being ridiculously expensive as always, but I’m back, and this time it’s with a cheeky little e-liquid review.
I’d sent Mr. best-ecig to go and buy me some e-liquid from a local store because, like every year, I’d forgotten to do my order pre-festivities and I knew nothing would turn up in time over the Christmas period. Plus I’m pretty sure my postman hates me. My parcels never seem to turn up on time …
Anyway, he came back with a nice little bottle of e-liquid I’d never seen before in his hand, something I’m always quite wary of but I gave it a shot nevertheless. I used it in my Vype eBox. The new one, not the old one that didn’t work … obviously.
I had a look on the website before I started using it, but Mr. best-ecig did say that he specifically looked on the bottle for it to say “Made in the UK” on the box. He’s learning, bless him. He’s still smoking and not vaping, but at least he’s learning …
Now for a few of the particulars before we get into how it tastes and vapes:
- They’re made in the UK
- You can find a full E-Liquid Analysis Report on the website.
- The eliquid is free from Acetoin, Diacetyl, and Acetylpropionyl.
- £4.99 / 10ml
- 3 for £10 on selected ranges
Liberty Flights – Tobacco (Virginia) 50/50 1.8%
I got the Tobacco (Virginia) flavour, a 50% VG and PG split, and on the website it is described as:
“Our XO Tobacco (Virginia) is everything you could want in a leafy, full-bodied tobacco flavour. On the inhale you taste the distinct tobacco blend with a slightly sweet note on the exhale.”
I liked it. It’s a generic tobacco flavour, and I don’t mean generic in the bad sense of the word. It’s got a great, well-rounded tobacco flavour, definitely a bit gruffer than others I’ve tried, but I would imagine that has something to do with the “Virginia” in the name. It’s definitely got that slightly sweet addition to the aftertaste, which I really like, and it’s a bottle I actually would buy again. I have done – it’s available for about £5/6 in the shop close to where Mr. best-ecig lives so it comes in pretty handy for when I forget to order … which is a lot really. You’d think I’d know better!
You can buy the eliquid in a number of strengths on the website – 0%, 0.3%, 0.6%, 1.2%, 1.8%, 2.4%, and 3.6%. These won’t all be available after the new TPD measures come in, so if there’s a strong one on there you like the look of it might be worth your while to stock up now while you still have the chance.
Vape and throat hit wise, I was very happy with my 1.8%, and because I used it in the Vype eBox with its variable wattage options, I could increase or decrease as I needed it. I found the liquid worked really well with the device, and provided as much or as little throat hit / vapour as I liked.
You can also see that a number of reviews have been left for the liquid on the website by other customers. These reviews appear to be genuine. I know it’s easy for someone to be paid to leave a good review but you can usually tell, and these ones look to be from happy customers.
For the record, there are a number of “Guest Eliquids” on the Liberty Flights website- Charlie’s Chalk, Bad Drip, Twelve Monkeys, Clown, etc. You can also buy everything you need to create DIY liquids too. I’m surprised I hadn’t heard of the website or the e-liquid before. I’m kinda glad I found it now, there are some pretty good deals on there.
As a final note, there are a number of Liberty Flights e-liquids in the sale and offers section of the website. There are a number of liquids half price – £2.50 / 10ml, and flavours include Dandelion & Burdock, Lemon & Ginger, and Menthol.
Liberty Flights Eliquid Review – Conclusion
I really liked the Liberty Flights eliquid I tried – Tobacco (Virginia) It’s one I will, and have, bought again. They’re not bad prices, although more expensive in shops than they are on the website. That’s usually the case with any brand I’ve come across though, unless you can tell me of any different?
I’d highly recommend checking out the Liberty Flights range of eliquid, whether you’re a regular (mouth to lung) or a sub ohm (direct to lung) vaper. They’ve got something for everyone, and I’m definitely going to be ordering from the site. I’m in the process of working out which vaporiser I want to try from them first …
Have you ever tried any of the Liberty Flights stuff? Eliquid? Mods? Vaporisers? There’s accessories and extras for a number of bing names, including Kangertech, so check them out if you find yourself with a spare moment on your hands. You might just be glad you did!
If you liked the Liberty Flights Eliquid review, you’re going to love the rest! Check out some of these little beauties: