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Your vaping experience is our priority, and we go to great lengths to ensure that all our e-liquids are produced by leading manufacturers, with no hidden ingredients or harmful chemicals. Each e-liquid is exclusively selected by our team, so you know each and every e-liquid we stock is of the highest quality.
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What are e-Liquids?
E-Liquids are also called e-juice or vape juice, and they’re simply the liquid that’s turned into vapour by your vaping device. Although there are countless e-Liquids out there, they generally have a base made of propylene glycol (PG) and vegetable glycerin (VG), with nicotine and flavourings added in. E-Liquids come in different flavours, sizes, and nicotine strengths, so it’s always a unique experience! Certain types of vaping, such as sub-ohm vaping, only work with specific e-Liquids.
What flavours are available?
E-Liquids are available in thousands of flavours—many of which you’ve probably never thought of! Tobacco-flavoured e-Liquids are popular among those who are used to smoking cigarettes, while there are also classic flavours like mint, chocolate, and strawberry. Because E-Liquid flavourings are usually food-grade, you can try out more unique flavours inspired by desserts and drinks, including vanilla ice cream and mocha latte. You’ll only figure out which e-liquid flavour appeals the most to you by trying it.
How does the PG / VG ratio work?
The PG / VG ratio refers to the balance between propylene glycol (PG) and vegetable glycerin (VG) in the e-Liquid. This has a huge effect on the e-Liquid because PG and VG have contrasting properties. PG contributes stronger flavour and a more defined throat hit, but it doesn’t produce a lot of vapour. On the other hand, VG can mute the flavour a bit, but it’s great at vapour production.
E-Liquids run across the whole range of PG / VG ratios, although 100% VG or 100% PG is rare. Common PG / VG ratios are 40:60 and 50:50. Sub-ohm vapers and cloud-chasers go for high-VG e-Liquids, while e-Liquids with high PG emphasise the flavour.
What nicotine strength should I choose?
Each e-Liquid has its own nicotine strength. Some e-Liquids have no nicotine content at all, but on the other extreme, nicotine salts can have as much as 50 mg. It’s important to get the right nicotine strength. Too little and you may not get the nicotine hit you need to ween yourself off tobacco and too much may give you a bit of headache if you vape too much in a single sitting. The more you smoke, the more likely you’ll prefer a higher nicotine strength. If you’re a heavy smoker who consumes more than a pack every day, you can consider 18 mg or above. 9 to 16 mg is usually for moderate smokers, while 3 to 6 mg has only light nicotine and 0 mg gives you only the pure flavour.
Which e-Liquids should I use for sub-ohm vaping?
For sub-ohm vaping, use high-VG e-Liquids with a sub-ohm device. Because the throat hit is amplified in sub-ohm vaping, make sure your e-Liquid has nicotine levels of 6 mg or less.
How long do e-Liquids last?
It depends on the e-Liquid. E-Liquids have the expiration date written on the back, so you can check that. In general, though, e-Liquids expire after two years.
What’s the best way to store e-Liquids?
Keep your e-Liquid somewhere cool and dry, and avoid exposure to light. It’s preferable to store them inside the closet rather than in the fridge, which might weaken the flavour.