We’ve all bought that bottle of vape e-jucie that we wish we hadn’t – the stuff that was fantastic when you sampled it at a vape meet, but sucked ever since.
A sexy promoter, too much beer, spicy food – these are just a few things that can temporarily effect your taste palette. Instead of just throwing away the entire bottle, you can actually mix our eliquids and save some money.
For beginners out there, mixing your e-juice is perfectly safe. Most people mix e-liquids for three reasons:
- To get the right nicotine level
- To lessen a strong throat hit
- To enhance a weak flavor, or mute a strong one
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Mixing Your E-Juice Flavors: Do’s and Don’t
Here are a few do’s and dont’s when it comes to mixing juices.
- Make sure you’re in a clean environment – dust and particles can get into both bottles and ruin them
- Do not mix in the bottle – get a 30ml unicorn bottle
- Do not mix too much at a time – 10ml of each flavor, 2 flavors max
- Remember your mixing ratio – use a blunt syringe if you want to be exact
- Don’t worry about the PG/VG ratio – it really doesn’t matter, but you can use an online calculator / app if you want to get technical
- Let it sit for a while – your new flavor will need a couple of days to mix fully
How I Like to Mix My E-Juice Flavors
You can mix any flavor you want, and you may be surprised by the results. In my experience however, I usually end up with horrible flavors unless I do this:
- Mix a fruity flavor with a creamy / milky base flavor – I like the MYLK flavor, its great by itself but also the perfect milky base for mixing.
- Mix complimentary flavors – I had a very strong apple flavor once, way too much apple for my taste. So I mixed it with a milder apple taste and balanced it out.
I hope this helps you save some money with vape e-juice that you just don’t like. If you mix a little bit at a time, the worst case scenario is that you just flush it down the sink.
On the other hand, you may get your dream flavor. So it’s definitely worth a try.