Rated 5.00 out of 5 based on 1 customer rating
(1 customer review)

Tobacco Short fill – Kenty

£5.98£12.98 inc VAT

Just add your own Nicotine!
Kenty is back after a huge demand to bring this flavour back to TE,  here it is!

  • Choose Bottle size
  • Choose your MIX (how thin or thick your e liquid should be)
  • VG is thick/softer – more clouds, PG is thinner – more flavour/throat hit)
  • Choose your Nicotine strength
  • Are you using a VG or PG based 72 mg Nicotine?
  • The bottle label will state exactly how much Nicotine to add to it
  • Nicotine can be found on many websites
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Description

British Tobacco E liquid ‘short fill’

British Tobacco E liquid

So how does a Tobacco E liquid ‘Short fill work?’

Its now even easier to mix your own British Tobacco E liquid, don’t be put off by this its so easy to do. A Tobacco E liquid short fill is where you add your 72 mg Nicotine to the bottle that contains the Tobacco E liquid, by doing this you can choose any short fill size and any ratio you want and of course any flavour!

72 mg Nicotine can be found in the UK, a quick search on Google or an email to us, 72 mg Nicotine is readily available. A small bottle of 72 mg Nicotine can last the user years if stored correctly.

You will need:

  • British Tobacco E liquid Short fill
  • 72 MG Nicotine in VG or PG mix (search 72 Nicotine on Ebay or Google)
  • Powder free gloves
  • Syringe for your Nicotine
  • Paper towels to wipe up after (if needed)
  • Samples and testers can be found here

You should already know what ratio and Nicotine (MG) strength you are vaping, so find the British Tobacco E liquid ‘short fill’ flavour and choose your Ratio, Nicotine strength and if you are using VG or PG 72 mg Nicotine. Choose the bottle size you want and once you have chosen your options, checkout and your Tobacco E liquid short fill will arrive with 1 very easy to use measurement on the bottle label for you to follow – its that easy!

How much Nicotine do i add to these Tobacco E liquid Short fills?

See below the 72 mg Nicotine mixing chart for adding your 72 mg Nicotine to the British Tobacco E liquid short fill. The blue colour shows what Nicotine strength you want, find your bottle size and that’s how much 72 mg Nicotine you need to put it, but don’t worry, we will type this on the bottle label for you using the options you have chosen, its very east to use this Tobacco E liquid.

Nicotine shots

20 mg Nicotine shots can be used with these Tobacco E liquid products, and for higher MG strengths you will need a fair few of them but we recommend using 72 mg for these Tobacco Short fills. If you do wish to use 20 mg Nicotine shots please email us for using the correct amount of Nicotine shots to your British Tobacco E liquid Short fill product. We do have a whole section of Tobacco Short fills with Nicotine shots found here

Steeping

Steeping your British Tobacco E liquid is down to your personal taste, customers mix their British Tobacco E liquid Short fills without the 72 mg Nicotine, leave it in a dark place, shake and repeat. The 72 mg Nicotine is added after the Tobacco product has steeped, this will smooth out the Tobacco E liquid so its not too harsh when you use it. We do not recommend you to breath the steeping Tobacco E liquid (leaving the cap off), by doing this you release the flavour.

 

Please bear in mind we are not at fault for user error.

Cream based flavours – 2 months or longer, Fruits – 4 weeks, Tobaccos – 2 weeks

Reviews:

Vapingwithvic  |  Colin Millar  |  Gavin Vaping  |  POTV  |  UKVapers  |  Mr Scotchpie

Disclaimer: No Nicotine whatsoever is included with this Tobacco E liquid product. We have clearly shown instructions on how to make personal vaporizer Tobacco liquid. Adding Nicotine is at users own risk. Steeping these Tobacco liquids will differ from flavour to flavour and we hold no responsibility for user error. For further assistance and guidance please email us at sales@tobaccoeliquid.co.uk

Additional information

Bottle size

30 ml, 50 ml, 100 ml

Your Ratio

80%VG 20%PG, 70%VG 30%PG, 60%VG 40%PG, 50%VG 50%PG, 80%PG 20%VG, 70%PG 30%VG, 60%PG 40%VG, 100%PG

Your Strength

0mg, 1mg, 2mg, 3mg, 4mg, 5mg, 6mg, 7mg, 8mg, 9mg, 10mg, 11mg, 12mg, 13mg, 14mg, 15mg, 16mg, 17mg, 18mg, 19mg, 20mg, 21mg, 22mg, 23mg, 24mg, 25mg, 26mg, 27mg, 28mg, 29mg, 30mg

Your Nicotine

VG Nicotine, PG Nicotine

1 review for Tobacco Short fill – Kenty

  1. Rated 5 out of 5

    COLIN MILLAR

    In the grand scheme of things, this is an oldie. I believe it’s one of the first tobacco NET flavours from Bestcigliquid but it’s also one that I’ve never tried before myself. It’s apparently a popular tobacco, so much so that it was brought back by popular demand after it fell out of favour for a short while. I’m looking forward to seeing what the fuss is all about.

    Opening up the bottle and I’m picking up a tobacco that has a great aroma to it. I can also pick out the bourbon too. I think I’m going to like this one so let’s pop some in the tank and have a toke.

    On the inhale and the tobacco is instantly prominent being full of flavour. It’s a nice strength to the taste, fairly strong but not too much and it’s a very authentic tobacco taste. There’s a hint of nuttiness, slightly woody and there is the merest taste of caramel too.

    On the exhale is where the bourbon comes out, just adding to the tobacco as opposed to over powering it. This is a tobacco first and foremost with all of the other flavours in the background and the bourbon just on top of them, leaving the tobacco flavour rightly prominent.

    I can understand why this was brought back. With so many other tobacco products to try from the vast range of NET tobaccos it’s easy to forget about the simpler recipe blends. But Kenty is a bit special to me and although it is a tobacco first and foremost, the little hints of other flavours make it a vape really enjoyable all day long. The bourbon is surprisingly light yet quite flavoursome and is a perfect addition to the tobacco. I’m going to stick my neck out here and say that this is probably the best NET tobacco recipe I’ve tried, so far at least!

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