The vaping market continues to grow very fast. Currently, there seems to be an e-liquid for literally every taste. With the availability and a great supply of vape juice flavors in the market, many vapers make their own e-juices by mixing the least expected ingredients. There is a wide range of e-juice liquid recipes online to experiment with.
This post will cover the best vape e-liquid recipes that are most interesting and have an original taste. It is recommended that you collect all the supplies only from verified vaping products vendors. It is not a good idea to compromise your health in the process of making your own e-juice.
How to make a DIY e-juice
The following are the steps you need to follow to make your own homemade e-liquid:
Find an interesting e-liquid recipe and study it
Find DIY vape juice recipes and select the one that you like. It is important that you understand every information contained in the recipe. The recipe may contain abbreviations. Before you start mixing anything, make sure you learn the abbreviation and any other important information.
How to measure DIY e-juice recipes ingredients
Each e-juice recipe has its own ingredients and percentages of each component. To determine the measurement you need for each element, you can use online resources like eJuice Me Up. This website will help you to translate the measurements for you.
How to make a vape e-liquid
After measuring all the ingredients you will require for the recipe, mix them either by volume or weight. Mixing ingredients by volume requires you use different syringes for every ingredient. The bottles are also filled using the mL measurement.
Mixing by weight requires that you place the bottle on a scale and drip your e-juice flavor into the container. Measure the weight of the flavor in grams until you reach the desired percentage.
The following are the best e-juice liquid recipes that you should give a try.
This is a simple two-part e-juice recipe clone that even a vaper getting into mixing can nail. Start with mixing PG/VG/and Nic base. Add 6% of The Perfumer’s Apprentice (TPA) Strawberry and 8% of The Perfumers Apprentice (TPA) Vanilla bean ice cream. Leave the vape e-juice to steep for a couple of days up to 7-day maximum.
This is among the most popular original DIY e-juice liquid recipes. Start by mixing PG/VG/Nic base. For instance, a blend o f60/40 PG/VG. Then, add 2% of The Flavor Apprentice (TFA) brown sugar, 3% of FlavorArt glory tobacco, 3% real lime juice, 6% The Flavor Apprentice (TFA) dark or Jamaican rum, and 4% The Flavor Apprentice cola.
You have an option of vaping the juice immediately after mixing it or leave the mixture to steep for some time. To facilitate the taste, you can add a few drops of mint, blood orange, grapefruit, or orange dreamsicle.
Almond candy bar
Start by mixing your preferred PG/VG/Nic base. Add 3% The Flavor Apprentice English toffee, 3% The Flavor Apprentice milk chocolate, 5% The Flavor Apprentice toasted almond, and 8% The Flavor Apprentice coconut.
Pumpkin pie is one of the premium e-juice liquid recipes that you can experience the high-end vaping experience if you closely follow the DIY e-liquid mixing instructions. To make the vape e-juice, start by mixing your preferred PG/VG/Nic base. For instance, a 20/80 PG/VG. Then, add 3% vanilla cupcake, 3% sweet cream, 3% pumpkin spice, 3% malted milk, and 7% pumpkin. After mixing, leave the e-liquid to steep for about three to four days and shake its ingredients for the blend to mix properly.
Start by mixing PG/VG/Nic base according to your preference. Then, add 1% coconut candy, 2% sweet melon, 2% cranberry, 4% juicy orange and 4% lemon lime. After mixing and shaking the blend, let the e-liquid steep for several days.
As a beginner just starting out, we recommend you begin with one or two flavors that you can easily get from vape companies including Flavorah, Capella, Inawera, FlavorArt among others before progressing from there. Some of these vape companies like Flavorah also provide a starter DIY vape juice recipe that you can use together with their flavor concentrates.