Six Licks Bite the Bullet

£14,95

Six Licks Bite the Bullet is a refreshing combination of ripe blackberries and anise. This e-liquid contains no nicotine. It is produced in the UK with a PG/VG ratio of 30%PG/70%VG. It comes in a 75ml bottle filled with 50ml of vape juice (hence the term short fill). You can add one nicotine booster if you wish.

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Six Licks Bite the Bullet

Six Licks Bite the Bullet is a refreshing combination of ripe blackberries with a hint of anise. This shortfill e-liquid is produced in the UK with a PG/VG ratio of 30%PG/70%VG. It sells in per 50ml (in a 75ml bottle). It is recommended that you add 10ml of base and shake well.

Six Licks is an award-winning producer of shortfill and Nic-Salts e-liquids. They produce their e-liquids in the UK and specialize in fruity flavours.

For any questions, you are welcome to contact us.

 

Mixing instructions

Keep in mind that the nicotine strength and PG/VG ratio of the base will affect the resulting e-liquid. Here are some possible combinations:

  • 50ml Short fill e-liquid + 10ml base 0mg/ml nicotine = 60ml e-liquid with 0mg/ml nicotine.
  • Shake and Vape (50ml) e-liquid + 10ml base 9mg/ml nicotine = 60ml e-liquid with  1.5mg/ml nicotine.
  • Shortfill e-liquid with 50ml + 10ml base 18mg/ml nicotine = 60ml e-liquid with  3mg/ml nicotine.

You can find more information in the Shortfill (Shake and Vape) and Nicotine and Shortfill (Shake and Vape) and PG/VG calculators.

 

Safety Warning

Nicotine is a highly addictive substance. This warning applies to all e-liquids that contain nicotine at the moment of purchase. It also applies if nicotine is added by the end user.

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