The company who brought you what you need to vape all day, now brings you our All Day Vapes!
Currently we boast one of the best lemon meringue vapes on the market, Meringue Monsoon. Many of us have tried a hand full of lemon vapes, and most of them left us with a puckered mouth, or a punch in the throat. Meringue Monsoon however is a smooth real lemon meringue vape on the inhale without the bite of citrus one would expect. On the exhale, a smooth cream with notes of whipped cream and graham cracker crust. If you've sworn off lemon vapes all together, you MUST give this one a try, it's like nothing you've ever tasted.
Store in a cool dry place. Shelf life is 12 months from date of manufacture
For disposal, contact your local waste management facility for proper protocol.
If spilled on skin, wash immediately. Nicotine is toxic, and may be absorbed though the skin.
WARNING: This product contains nicotine. Nicotine is an addictive chemical.
Do not use if sensitive to allergic to propylene glycol or nicotine. This is not a smoking cessation product. Nicotine is highly addictive and habit forming. Keep away from children and pets. Store in a cold dry place. Nicotine is toxic, avoid direct contact with skin. Dispose of this container after expiry date correlating to batch date number (12 months from date of manufacture). May contain nicotine, diacetyl, acetoin, acetyl propionyl, distilled water, USP propylene glycol, USP vegetable glycerin, artificial and natural flavors.
A note about potential Acetyl Propionyl, Diacetyl, & Acetoin content.
You may notice the disclaimer on our bottle mentioning the above chemicals. The disclaimer is simply that, a disclaimer in an effort to cover our backside. That said, in mid April of 2016, we sent or flavors off to a lab to have each one tested for concentrations of Acetyl Propionyl, Diacetyl, Acetoin, and we were very satisfied with the results we received. Currently the only comparative measurement for safe levels we are aware of is that of the ECTA (Electronic Cigarette Trade Association of Canada.) We found that for the few flavors we have which contain any of these compounds, none of them exceeded even the limit for disclosure. None of our flavors exceed 22 µg/ml (22 parts per million) of Diacetyl, nor do any of our flavors exceed 45 µg/ml (45 parts per million) of Acetyl Propionyl. In most of our flavors, each of those two chemicals were not detected at all. In short, the few flavors we sell which do contain Diacetyl or Acetyl Propionyl contain such a tiny amount of either chemical, that the ECTA says it's not even worth mentioning on the label. Currently the ECTA does not have a standard for Acetoin levels, however that chemical too was largely absent from most of our flavors.