Short shots are bottles already prefilled with the correct amount of a pre-mixed flavour, ready to fill up with your own preferred ratio of PG, VG & Nicotine. It takes the guesswork out of mixing your own flavours, allowing you to enjoy a large quantity of amazing flavour.
The Short Shot will include the short shot bottle with the small amount of flavour concentrate needed to make the finished e-liquid. The base mix and nicotine will have to be bought separately.
The Short Shot contains 20% flavouring, ready to add your Nic Shots and Base Mix to make it up to a full E-liquid.
Each Short Shot contains up to 20% flavour concentrate pre-mixed to the correct flavour strength, leaving room to fill up the bottle with your PG & VG to make it up to the desired amount. Simply top up the bottle with nicotine (if desired) and whatever PG, VG or base you require to reach your final ratio.
Here are Links to PG, VG & Nic Shots here.
For example, to make up 250ml of 3mg e-liquid at 80/20, simply add 4 x 18mg VG Nicotine Shots and then fill to the top with VG. Shake and you’re done. Fruit and menthol recipes can be vaped straight away, although do benefit from a 1 to 2 week steep. Cream, custard and other bakery recipes achieve a much fuller and rounder flavour after around 3 to 6 weeks.
Below is a guide to how much nicotine is needed to reach your desired nicotine strength for all bottle sizes.
1.5mg – 2 x 18mg Nic Shots
3mg – 4 x 18mg Nic Shots
6mg – 8 x 18mg Nic Shots
1.5mg – 4 x 18mg Nic Shots
3mg – 8 x 18mg Nic Shots
6mg – 16 x 18mg Nic Shots
1.5mg – 8 x 18mg Nic Shots
3mg – 16 x 18mg Nic Shots
6mg – 32 x 18mg Nic Shots
Creamy custard with sweet Strawberry and Vanilla Sponge Cake.
Short Shots are an easy solution to mixing. They contain a small, pre-measured amount of concentrate in the bottom of a larger bottle, ready for you to add your PG, VG and Nicotine to give yourself a large amount of your favourite flavour.
Nicotine shots are sold separately and can be found Here.
PG, VG and Base Mix is sold separately and can be found Here.
Natural and/or artificial flavouring.