Better than any treat at your favorite coffee shop, NicQuid biscotti is warm and inviting like a cookie off of the warm cooking pan. This decadent classic Italian treat is rich and semi - sweet and finishes with a touch of roasted almond. NicQuip: Medieval Latin word biscoctus, which means “twice cooked/baked.” This generally defined oven-baked goods that were baked twice, such as biscotti, so that they could be stored for long periods of time. Such nonperishable food was especially useful during journeys and wars, and twice-baked goods, such as biscotti, were one of the staple foods of the Roman Legions. Nicquid Biscotti is sure to be an all day dependable vape living up to its reputation as the lengendary cookie that lasts the tests of time! Learn More
Just like warm homemade banana nut bread straight out of the oven! This Flavor delivers and then some. Spot on taste and thick plumes of vapor.
NicQuip: Banana Nut Bread has been a staple of American cookbooks since the early 1900's and after trying ours you will know why! Learn More
Cherry on Top: What makes any dessert better? The whipped cream and cherry on top! Nicquid Cherry on top takes it cue from this. Sweet ripe red cherry flavor mixed with fluffy and sweet cream notes. NicQuip: Although no one knows for sure, one of the most popular stories on the invention of the ice cream sundae was that it was invented by Chester Platt who owned the Platt & Colt's drugstore in 1893. Platt prepared a dish of vanilla ice cream for the Reverend John Scott on a Sunday. Chester Platt spiced up the ice cream with cherry syrup and a candied cherry. Reverend Scott named the dish after the day. One thing we know for sure is no sundae is complete without the whip cream and cherry on top, and neither was our NicQuid line up until the addition of Cherry on Top! Learn More
Sweet, spicy cinnamon has nothing to hide behind. Wake up your taste buds and smack them around a little with this NicQuid favorite. NicQuip: Americans purchase more than 10.5 million ounces of cinnamon each year. That number is expected to increase dramatically due to NicQuid. Learn More$7.95