60% VG
NIC SHOT INCLUDED
No.05 E Liquid by Beard Vape Co (50ml Shortfill)

No.05 E Liquid by Beard Vape Co (50ml Shortfill)

Cheesecake, Strawberries

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An enticing fusion of sweet and savoury notes, No.05 by Beard Vape delivers cheesecake with a twist!

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It might sound like a perfume – and more of that later – but this delicious juice is all about the flavour. A delightful mix of graham cracker crust, creamy vanilla cheesecake and ripe strawberries, it lingers on your taste buds and lives long in the memory. This juice deserves its legendary status and if you haven’t tried it yet, you really should. After all, Beard Vape trialled almost 100 flavours before selecting the most popular recipes for their range and this one made the cut. It ought to be special and it is! 

So, why is a flavour this good saddled with the moniker No.05 and not something altogether more tempting like Cheesecake Dream? (Sorry, that isn’t terribly imaginative either!) Well, here’s where there is a striking similarity to the perfume of the same name. Coco Chanel named her game-changing perfume No.5. because it was the fifth of the experimental blends that she tried. This flavour was identified as No.5 during the trial stage and vapers got used to asking for it by number. So, there you have it! 

No.5 is one of the original Beard Vape flavours and many believe it to be the best cheesecake e liquid currently available. You will probably need plenty of it and so it is extremely handy that it is now a feature of the X Series because that means that you can get your hands on 50ml. The juice is nicotine free but supplied in short fill bottles to which you can add a nicotine shot and the base is 60VG. 

  • 60VG/40PG e Liquid
  • Cheesecake, graham crackers and strawberries
  • Nicotine-free
  • 50ml supplied in a short fill bottle
  • Nicotine shots available

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