Cafe Racer Craft eLiquid


Our E-liquid Blends

Hand Crafted

We pride ourselves on producing artfully crafted unique e-liquid blends that are classic, timeless and bold - much like the rebellious street racers who inspired the brand. Our process is to make flavors that we love and then invite other people to participate in that. Enjoy!

Here in California

Our hand crafted e-liquid is made in a GMP and ISO certified lab located in Southern California. Every batch of e-liquid we produce is date and batch coded for strict quality control.


Using the Finest Ingredients

We use only the finest USP / food grade ingredients and the best premium pharmaceutical grade nicotine available. Our blends are rigorously tested and are diacetyl free. Our products are now sold in over 50 countries around the world. We consider this to only be the beginning and look forward to delivering our unique flavor creations to new and loyal fans around the world.

Racer E-Liquid Blog

Pairing E-Liquid with Craft Beer

February 17, 2018

Smoking has always gone hand in hand with drinking popular beverages like coffee, whiskey and beer so why not create eLiquid flavors that are intended to pair with these?  This is a 1st of a series of posts on pairing - starting with our favorite:   Pairing Lucky 13 & Lucky Bastard Tobacco eLiquids with Craft Beers     When we started Cafe Racer in 2015, one of the main focuses was to create a flavor that paired well with craft beer.  Cycle touring through Belgium in the fall of 2014, I had 3 bottles of a generic old school RY4 tobacco flavor and a basic Neutalus tank.     There are over 200 breweries in Belgium and an amazing variety of world class beer....

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The Cafe Racer Connection to the World of Vaping

February 05, 2018

Back in post WW2 England, Cafe Racers were built because of a lack of production motorcycles that had the performance the riders wanted. The Rockers or Ton Up boys went to great lengths to defy the manufacturers by building their own custom "sport bikes”. A high powered Triumph engine was transplanted in to a legendary Norton featherbed frame and the Triton Cafe Racer was born. Today there are a plethora of motorcycles that out power and out perform the classics and building a Cafe Racer is no longer just about the search for better performance, it is an expression of style...but in the most practical sense by makers worldwide who love to tinker and customize their bikes as they best...

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