Trap Queen E-Liquid by Nasty Salt review

Trap Queen by Nasty Salts E-Liquid is a classic ripe strawberry e-juice with a chilling menthol finish. Perfect for fruit-loving vapers on a hot summer day.

Flavor Description   

Trap Queen by Nasty Salt captures the true essence of freshly picked summertime strawberries bursting with juicy flavor. You’ll be delighted by the freshness and sweetness, which will make you feel like you are on a strawberry farm. This salt nic e-juice will put a spring in your step and give you more energy throughout the day!

The ripe strawberry flavor comes through straight away on inhale, with sweet and juicy notes. With the floral and icy notes of low mint on exhale.

Vapor Production and Throat Hit

Trap Queen E-liquid is a 50% VG blend and 50% PG blend. It’s only suitable to be used in low wattage pod devices. It should never be used in sub-ohm tanks or any high-wattage vape system.

Nicotine Level

Featuring a 10mg or 20mg nicotine strength, this e-liquid uses salt nicotine which interferes less with the liquid’s overall flavour and provides a smoother throat hit. This level of nicotine salt produces a perfectly smooth and effective vaping experience.

About the Manufacturer

Nasty Salt is a high nicotine e-juice line by Nasty Juice that will curb intense cravings and help you stop smoking.

Nasty Juice Salts consist of twenty-four flavors, including their Original 9 Flavors from Bad Blood.

Features

  • Flavour Profile: Strawberry / Low Mint / Menthol
  • Bottle Type: Chubby Gorilla
  • 10ml TPD Compliant Bottles
  • 10mg and 20mg Nicotine Strength
  • Salt Nicotine E-liquid
  • 50% VG / 50% PG
  • Designed for Starter Kits and Pod Devices
  • Made in Malaysia
  • Childproof Caps
  • Tamper Evident Seal

Price

Vape Green works closely with leading brands to offer you the best e-liquids available on the market.They only source e-liquids from the UK and US. A 10ml bottle of Trap Queen Nic Salt E-Liquid is available for just £3.99 at Vape Green. If you’re buying 3 of them, you can get them at a subsidized rate of £10.