Best e-Liquids or e-Juices
As you can see from our review section, there are thousands of different flavored e-liquids, produced by a multitude of manufacturers. The issue with recommending e-liquid flavors is that personal taste is highly subjective. When trying a new juice it’s a good idea to buy the smallest quantity available. If you like it you can always order more.
Starting out I recommend buying a good quality tobacco flavor. When I started vaping there were no liquids that really tasted like real tobacco. Thankfully this is no longer the case. Producers such as T-Juice are now using natural flavor extract. I was blown away the first time I opened one of their bottles. Their tobacco flavors literally smell like the inside of a packet of cigarettes. The taste and flavor is as close to the real thing as you can get. These are premium e-liquids and that’s reflected in their price.
E-Liquids are available in varying levels of nicotine strength ranging from 0-36mg and upwards. 18mg is a reliable starting level, you can always increase this if it’s not sufficient. Light-medium smokers should be content with the 6-12 mg range.
PG and VG (Propylene Glycol & Vegetable Glycerine)
These are the base ingredients for e-liquids. Effectively PG liquids result in lighter vapor production but give you a bigger kick at the back of the throat. VG produces more vapor but with not as much throat hit. I prefer vaping a mix of 80/20 (PG/VG) for a nice balanced vape. If liquids are only available in either or, I recommend buying a bottle of each and experimenting with mixing PG and VG.