HOW TO CHOOSE THE RIGHT FLAVOR FOR VAPING?

Are you looking to shop the right flavor for vaping?

After all, choosing the right e-liquid to ensure the best vaping experience. Although shopping for the best vape juice is fun, it is overwhelming and stressful if you don't know how to get it started. Thanks to the range of flavors available in the market.

Don't worry! We have come up with this guide to help you choose the right flavor for your vaping.

But first of all, let's start with this brief definition of e-liquid.

What is E-Liquid?

E-liquid or vape liquid or vape juice is the fluid used in vape kits and e-cigarettes to create flavored vapor. They are made from 3 key ingredients: vegetable glycerine, flavorings, and propylene glycol. Most e-liquids come with nicotine; however, several vape juice flavors don't have nicotine.

All e liquids have two key ingredients: VG (vegetable glycerin) and PG (propylene glycol). VG is a thicker substance but PG is thinner. Using these ingredients in various rations can impact the viscosity of the vape liquid as well as require you to choose a suitable device.

How to Choose the Best Vape Juice?

Now that you must have understood what e-liquid consists of it is time to find out how to choose the right one, we will break it down into 3 main sections--Flavor, Nicotine Strength, and Bottle Size.

What Flavor to Choose?

This one is a no-brainer as it is likely the first question to be asked by beginners.

Although there are many e-liquids to try to enjoy the taste of certain brands of cigarettes, it is not the right as what you are actually "enjoying" when you are using your cigarette is burned paper and dry tobacco with various additives, which is challenging to replicate without combustion.

When you smoke, your taste buds are manipulated, you are accustomed to the taste of smoke, so it might not appealing when you hear you will be enjoying those fruity vapes.

And we all know that you regain your sense of smell and taste buds once you quit smoking.

What Nicotine Percentage to Start With?

Once the flavor is chosen you need to pick the right nicotine strength. If you smoke 20 cigarettes a day, you are a heavy smoker. It means that your nicotine strength in e-juice will be 12 mg and 35 mg for Salt Nicotine.

But it is highly recommended to stay between 3mg to 6 mg as vape devices generate more heat and vapor which leads to an intense throat hit effect.

Avoid using Salt Nicotine in sub-ohm/high wattage devices. Salt Nic has higher concentrations than freebase nicotine. That's why they should be avoided for high-powered devices.

What is the Right Size of Bottle?

This one is easy.

The e-liquid bottles are available in different shapes and sizes. For the US and Canada markets, some of the common bottle sizes are 30 ml and 60 ml. You are likely to pay more if you choose the e-liquid sold in a glass bottle. But that doesn't make any difference as it is all about the quality of the e-liquid stored inside.

We recommend you invest in squeeze bottle liquid instead.

Squeeze bottles are a simple way to carry around, thanks to their light weight. They don't create a mess and are less likely to leak.  

Now you must have understood that squeeze bottle e-liquid is a good choice, the other factors to ponder over are...

  1. You need bigger size bottles for your sub-ohm device. This is because these devices consume e-liquid fasters.

  2. If you are a heavy smoker, it is better to go for a larger size to eliminate the need to keep running back to the store.

Understanding Your Taste Palate:

If you have a sweet tooth (meaning that you prefer biscuits, cake over spicy chips), then you may like dessert flavored e-liquid such as ice cream, bubblegum, cotton candy, and cheesecake.

If you enjoy the fruity flavor, you can try apple or lemon-flavored vapes. If you are fond of chewing gum or something minty, you can go for menthol flavored vape juice.

We hope this piece of information helps you make the right decision when it comes to choosing your vaping liquid. Happy vaping!

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