June 13, 2017


Do you like grape flavoured e-juice? Have you ever wondered which is the best grape flavoured e-juice?

Well, today I will be answering your questions based on my opinion and vaping experiences. So please don’t take it to heart as this is just my personal preference and I still highly encourage you to try out the juices that I give negative reviews on because you never know if it might become your all day vape.

Sit back, enjoy reading.

N2 Virgin Grape

To start off, we have the N2 Virgin Grape has a PG/VG ratio of 25/75 and comes in a 60ml bottle. It wasn’t a flavour that I would describe as outstanding because to me it tasted only slightly better than most of the basic and average grape flavours in the market.

However, one thing I would like to point out is that it does contain 75% of VG so it could be used as a go-to juice for cloud chasing and since the flavour is not too sweet, you won’t feel overwhelmed after chain vaping it.

I did notice a considerable difference in cloud production when using this juice on my Druga RDA compared to the other juices on this list. Do give it a try as I believe that some of you might enjoy it.

Seven Clouds Grape

Next up would be the Seven Clouds Grape by VD which contains a PG/VG ratio of 30/70 and comes in a 60ml bottle as well, meaning that it is also suitable for cloud chasing.

I would say that this flavour has a different taste compared to your average grape flavours as it is not overwhelmingly sweet and there is also a hint of sourness to it which is not very noticeable.

If I were to give a better description of this flavour I would say that it tastes a bit like sour grape candy because it doesn’t have the taste of juiciness like a ripened grape or that natural and distinctive taste of grapes.

Nasty Juice Asap Grape

Continuing, we have Asap Grape by Nasty Juice which contains a PG/VG ratio of 30/70 and now comes in a 50ml bottle.

I still remember when Nasty Juice first came into the market and I thought that they produced some of the best fruity flavours at that time.

Nonetheless, they have not disappointed me up until now. Their flavours have remained consistent without experiencing a drop in the quality of their juices. Asap Grape is no exception!

Even though it is a mix of grape and various berries, I would still consider it as grape flavoured because the taste of grape is very dominant.

I personally think that mixing the grape flavour with berries was a good move because it not only gives you the ripe and distinctive flavour of grapes but it also gives the flavour a bit of juiciness to it due to the berries making this a tasty combination.

I highly recommend giving this a try.

Max VG Max Grape

Moving on, we have Max Grape from the Max VG collection which contains a PG/VG ratio of 20/80 making this the juice with the highest percentage of VG on this list and it comes in a 60ml bottle.

Honestly, there is nothing too special about this flavour as it tastes very basic and is similar to most grape flavours in the market in terms of the taste.

I would say that the only thing that sets it apart from the other grape flavours is that it helps produce a satisfying amount of clouds so if you are a cloud chaser and you are looking for a grape flavour that will boost your cloud production, then this would be the flavour I would recommend.

Bangsawan Apple Grape

Next is Bangsawan Apple Grape which contains a PG/VG ratio of 50/50 and comes in a 65ml bottle.

Just like Nasty Juice, Bangsawan has never disappointed me with their juices and their quality remains consistent.

Their apple grape flavour is undeniably good because the mixture of the taste of fresh apple juice with the sweet grape undertone works surprisingly well together, making it debatable if this should be considered a grape flavour.

However, I find that there are a few things worth mentioning about this flavour that people should take note of. This flavour is rather sweet and it is also slightly cold, which some people don’t prefer.

Nonetheless, this is still a great flavour by Bangsawan and I do recommend giving it a try.

Cloud Niners Grape

The next flavour is Cloud Niners Grape which contains a PG/VG ratio of 30/70 and comes in a 55ml bottle.

In terms of flavour, it has a rather mild grape taste which I personally find is better than the commonly sweet grape flavours in the market as it won’t make you bored of the flavour easily even if you chain vape it.

It also does not have a distinctive grape taste which most grape flavours have and instead it has a very unnoticeable hint of sourness to it as well. This would make a good flavour for cloud chasing since it is mild, which makes it easier to vape on for a longer period of time, and it has a high VG percentage meaning better cloud production.


Frozen Grape

Progressing on, we have Frozen Grape which has a PG/VG ratio of 30/70 and comes in a 55ml bottle. Flavour-wise, it has a taste that is rather similar to sour grapes where it still maintains the distinctive taste of grapes with a hint of sourness that some might enjoy.

Unlike most high VG flavours, this flavour is quite cold which might make it difficult for some people to withstand so if you are a fan of cold flavours or cloud chasing and have been looking for a grape flavour then this could be the e-liquid that you have been looking for.


Juice-It Grap-It

Finally, we have Grap-It which has a PG/VG ratio of 30/70 and comes in a 55ml bottle. I find that this flavour was not very different compared to the basic grape flavours in the market and it is slightly cold.

I would recommend this flavour to people who are fans of cold flavours who are interested in cloud chasing and are looking for grape flavours to try. 

In conclusion:

I feel that it is too difficult to produce a good grape flavour in the current market because most grape flavours generally taste the same unless it is a mixture of grape and a different flavour.

Which is why in my opinion, the best flavour in this list would be the Bangsawan Apple Grape. It was hard to decide between Bangsawan Apple Grape and Nasty Juice A$AP Grape because both flavours were equally as good but the one thing I found lacking in Asap Grape was that the flavour was not as strong.

I would like to mention again that this is based solely on my personal preference so I still highly recommend giving the other flavours a try as different people have different preferences.

Vape on!

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