Naturally Extracted Tobacco (NET) Explained

How is Tobacco E-Juice Made?

The process for making naturally extracted tobacco e-liquid is a little more complicated than for most ordinary vapor liquid. Instead of mixing the flavours in with propylene glycol (PG) and vegetable glycerine (VG) and then bottling it up to ship out, the best quality tobacco e-liquids “steep” tobacco leaves in the same base ingredients (PG and VG) to draw out the flavour. This process is called “maceration.”

Not all NET e-liquids are the same, though: some mixers use heat-assisted extraction, whereas others use cold maceration. Heat-assisted extractions can be completed in a much shorter timeframe, but the resulting e-juice loses some of the character and layers of flavour in the process.

Cold maceration takes a lot longer. we allow our mixes to macerate for between 2 and 4 months before the product is ready for further processing. The flavour you get out of the vape juice at the end of the process is much better. The delicate layers of the tobacco flavours are preserved in cold maceration: producing flavoursome extracts and the best tobacco flavoured e-liquid you’ll find on the market.

What is Naturally Extracted Tobacco E-Liquid?

Naturally extracted tobacco e-liquid (NET) is different from most tobacco e-liquid you’ll find on the market.Other tobacco flavoured juices are based on combinations of natural and artificial flavours, aiming to replicate the taste of genuine tobacco. This makes e-juice that may capture some of the complex taste of tobacco but most liquids that use this approach fall short of the mark.

NET liquids are different: the flavour for the vape juice is extracted from real tobacco leaves, leading to a complex taste that comes closer than most e-liquid can to the genuine flavour of tobacco.

The resulting E-liquid tastes just like great tobacco but It won’t replicate the many harmful chemicals that only come from combustion; however the juice cleanly captures the character of tobaccos in a way you have never tasted them before.