A zingy lemon-focused e-liquid dessert blend from Dinner Lady, who never fails to deliver the world’s pudding top picks in compact vape juice form. A perfect balance of tangy lemon curd, creamy lightly sugared meringue, along with perfectly baked buttery pastry notes with versatile lemon curd flavor. Dinner Lady has designed the lemon meringue curd vape juice, which is meant to sit on your tongue from the moment of inhaling to the intensity of the flavor. This vape juice will be able to reach its peak on exhale and produce huge, fluffy vapor clouds. Vape Dinner Lady e-juice, and you won't be disappointed!
Don't forget to try it in your favorite sub-ohm device today! Available in 0mg (nicotine-free), 3mg (0.3%), & 6mg (0.6%) with a 70/30 VG/PG ratio. This product is not intended for pod mods.
1 x Dinner Lady 60ml Vape Juice
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All orders placed before 2pm MST Monday–Friday are processed and packaged the same day, excluding public holidays. In order to offer the best service and serve as many customers as possible, we are currently utilizing multiple carriers.
An ID will be required upon delivery. Any adult at the delivery address who is 21 years of age or older may sign for the order. There is no hidden adult signature fee on orders and all quoted delivery times are estimates.
Please visit this page to view a complete list of our state-by-state shipping restrictions. At this time, we do not ship outside of the United States. Unfortunately, we cannot ship to Alaska, Arkansas, Colorado, Georgia, Hawaii, Maine, New Hampshire, North Carolina, South Dakota, Vermont, or Utah.
We cannot ship to PO boxes or APO/FPO/DPO addresses and are currently experiencing shipping issues in the states of Colorado, Georgia, and North Carolina. Additionally, we cannot ship to Guam, Northern Mariana Islands, American Samoa, U.S. Virgin Islands, and Puerto Rico.
If you are shipping to California or Idaho, then your billing and shipping addresses must match in accordance with state regulations.
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You must be at least 21 years of age to order from Electric Tobacconist. You can read more about our age verification process can be found here.
We do not ship to Alaska, Arkansas, Hawaii, Maine, New Hampshire, South Dakota, Vermont, or Utah. We also do not ship to U.S. territories. You can find a list of all shipping regulations here.
Due to PACT Act regulations, all orders must be shipped out adult signature required. An ID will be required upon delivery. Any adult at the delivery address who is 21 years of age or older may sign for your order.
Click here to see answers to FAQs regarding our new shipping policies and the PACT Act.
In order to limit reselling of bulk orders, Electric Tobacconist has implemented a purchase limit for some product categories. This limit is over a 30-day period. Essentially, the limit resets 30 days after reaching a category limit.
You can find a full list of product purchase limits here.
No, we do not ship outside of the United States at this time. Our sister UK vape website ships to most European countries.
If you order by 2pm MST, Monday through Friday, your order will dispatch the same day.
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Freebase nicotine is essentially nicotine that has been converted into its purest form. Because freebase nicotine has a higher pH value, it is more alkaline than salt nicotine. As a result, freebase nicotine delivers a harsher throat hit at higher nicotine strengths, which is why you typically won't find it in strengths over 24mg. One notable advantage of freebase nicotine is that it tends to be more potent and bioavailable (i.e., better absorbed) even though it is offered in lower strengths. If you're looking for a strong flavor and massive vapor clouds, then a juice made with freebase nicotine may be your best bet. Freebase nicotine is also ideal for those who prefer direct-to-lung vaping.
PG (propylene glycol) and VG (vegetable glycerin) are diluants used in e-liquid. VG is more viscous (thicker), slightly sweet and produces larger vapor clouds. PG carries flavor better.
For example, if you see a juice with a 50/50 PG/VG ratio, then that means the juice uses 50% propylene glycol and 50% vegetable glycerin.
Most first time users tend to lean towards higher PG content, but the more experience you gain with vaping, you might want to try higher VG content, especially when using box mods.
Note: we do not recommend using VG content of higher than 50% with plastic clearomizers as they may cause cracking.
This e-liquid in this product is 70% vegetable glycerin (VG) and 30% propylene glycol
Sub-ohm salts are essentially regular e-liquids that are formulated with nicotine salts instead of the typical freebase nicotine. We generally recommend using sub-ohm salts in high-powered box mods or other devices that operate with coils less than 1.0ohms.
No. Electric Tobacconist does not carry any vape juices that contain diacetyl or vitamin E acetate. You can read more about these additives here.
Due to FDA guidelines, all e-liquid products must be labeled with, "Warning: This product contains nicotine". Rest assured, any 0mg/ml product does not contain nicotine, despite this warning.
This is likely due to steeping, which occurs when the nicotine in vape juice oxidizes. Additionally, the nicotine in your e-juice reacts with the flavorings, giving the liquid a deeper hue. The longer a juice steeps, the darker it will become.
Steeping is normal, so there is no need to be concerned with the change in color. In fact, many vapers find that the flavor tends to be better once the liquid has had time to steep.