If you’re a traditional smoker making the switch to vaping, tobacco flavoured e-liquid is one of the most popular choices for an everyday vape. The best tobacco flavoured e-juice can recreate that all-important throat-hit, and the relaxing comfort of a traditional cigarette. Whether you’re an experienced vaper, or a new member of the vaping community, we hope that you enjoy our world tour of tobacco flavoured e-liquids.

Our tour starts right here in London on the banks of the river Thames.

E-liquid – with the traditional flavour of London tobacco

The first commercial shipment of tobacco found its way to London Docks in 1614. Soon after that, bonded warehouses like ‘Tobacco Dock’ were packed with imported leaves destined for British smokers. From 1800 on, the British brands that would become household names began to appear and develop.

Ex-smokers will be pleased to hear that there are a number of superb quality e-liquids available, with flavours inspired by traditional London tobacco.

Surprisingly, you don’t need to pay a fortune for great tobacco flavoured e-juice. Go Smoke Free stock a wide range of e-liquids with that traditional, London tobacco flavour. These e-liquids offer a really smooth vape that rolls deliciously over the tongue. They also deliver a very satisfying throat hit.

Irish roll-up flavoured e-liquid

Many Irish smokers have a taste for h3er, fuller-flavoured tobaccos. Now vapers can experience an Irish style roll-up with Hangsen’s Rolling Tobacco e-liquid. Most smokers have probably tried a hand-rolled, unfiltered cigarette at some time. This e-liquid recaptures the experience, right down to the delicately smoky flavour of a slow-burning cigarette paper.

This Rolling Tobacco e-juice comes with a forceful throat hit.

‘Brightleaf’ e-liquid – Gold VGA

Hangsen e-liquid has a reputation for having some of the best flavours available. Their Gold VGA is a light vape, with a crisp, fresh taste.

Brightleaf was the name given to specially produced tobacco grown in the US after the American civil war. The plants were starved of nutrients to give them a milder flavour. Mineral deficiencies turned the tobacco leaves a bright, golden colour.

The rounded, satisfying flavours of brightleaf tobacco have proved to be very popular with US smokers, right up to the present day.

You’ll occasionally find Hangsen’s Gold VGA listed as a rolling tobacco flavoured liquid. For many vapers, it has a well-rounded flavour, with hints of nut and sweetness. It comes with a great throat hit, so it’s well worth a try as a tobacco flavoured e-juice for everyday vaping.

Desert Ship e-liquid – classic Turkish and Virginian tobacco flavours

This unusual e-liquid is reminiscent of some of the Turkish and Virginia tobacco blends that have been popular in the US for decades. Traditionally, Turkish tobacco was sun-cured. This helped to develop it’s complex, aromatic flavours and acidity.

Recreated now in ‘Desert Ship’ e-liquid, these forceful, punchy flavours are backed up with a mighty throat hit. After a stormy inhale, there’s a relaxing and enjoyable, flowery aftertaste.

This is a dry, full flavoured e-juice that may appeal to smokers of robust, US and middle eastern cigarette brands.

Cuban Cigar E Juice

What better place to end our world tour of tobacco flavoured e-liquids than Cuba – home of the Mojito and the Havana cigar.

Is it really possible to blend all of the subtle flavours of a hand-rolled Cuban cigar into an e-liquid? UK vaping store, eliquiduk.com have certainly given the task their best shot.

The result of their intensive research is ‘Cuban Cigar E Liquid’, a luscious, malty vape with a delicious hint of sweetness. Is this the flavour of a premium, Havana cigar? The jury is still out on that one. What this e-liquid does deliver is a perfect throat hit with a credible tobacco flavour. This surprisingly cheap e-liquid is a really cool vape for anyone into traditional cigarette flavours.

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