100% British made and not shy of stating it either, JAC Vapour are one of the best known producers of e cig products in the UK. The good news for British commerce is that they’re actually also really rather good at it too, and have established themselves as one of the leading main-stream e liquid manufacturers going. They offer a range of 26 flavours with all the usual suspects making an appearance, and are available in 10ml or 30ml sizes (with an especially generous discount usually available on the larger servings).
JAC place a great deal of emphasis on their PG/VG ranges, with all flavours coming in either at a 80/20% mix. This is especially good to see and makes them a company with obviously a wide appeal to the preferences of the vape community, while also giving them an extensive potential market. So let’s take a taste and see how they get on.
The e liquids themselves tend to like using words such as ‘real’ or ‘pure’ ahead of their flavour – which as any marketeer will happily tell you is automatically setting you up for a fall. Not so in the case of JAC Vapour though – across the range the liquids produced a satisfying and full bodied flavour that had an excellent taste with noticeably full-bodied development. Especially pleasant results were offered by the sweeter varieties that had non of the residual ‘stickiness’ that is so common in poorer made products.
So far – very good, not but not quite postcard home material just yet. But JAC Vapour has an ace up it’s sleeve that was really fabulous and offers great potential if they hopefully continue to develop it. Their ‘Steamless’ range produce literally no visible vapour, something that many have tried before and very, very few have come close to succeeding.
The ‘Tobacco Light’ is amazing – it feels and tastes exactly as if using a normal vape but produces no steam whatsoever! It takes a few turns to get used to it, and for those planning on using their device in less welcoming environments (e.g grumpy pubs, public transport, or work) it’s hands down the best in the business. Only downside is that people give you odd looks as you gurn about rolling the invisible clouds about!
“A great range with classic British consistency and quality; the ‘Steamless’ range is something that must be tried”.