1. What is the e-liquid made of?
E-liquids are available in differing nicotine concentrations, ranging from zero nicotine to high. Nicotine-containing e-liquids consist of liquid pharmacy grade nicotine, water, natural and artificial flavorings, and propylene glycol (PG) or vegetable glycerin (VG). Both PG and VG are common food additives and “are generally recognized as safe” for use by the FDA.
2. About E-liquid flavors
Normally, e-liquid has three main flavors: Cigarette flavor, Fruit Flavor, Specialty Flavor
Cigarette Flavor: Marlboro, Camel, Parliament, Tobacco, Dunhill, Cigar, Benson, Virginia, Green Arrow, Winston, Kent, 555, Benson& Hedges, Davidoff, Salem, Hilton, Diamond Black, Seven Star, Lark, Winston, Mild Seven, Turkey Blended, Solubility
Fruit Flavor: Cherry, Apple, Watermelon, Strawberry, Mixed Fruit, Blueberry, Peach, Grape, Pineapple,
Specialty Flavor: Menthol, Chocolate, Red Bull, Vanilla, Cola, Beer, Whiskey, Red Wine
3. What makes the premium quality e-liquid?
The key qualities of a premium e-liquid can be checked by the following:
Flavor – Taste is the first sense to be heightened when vaping and may also be considered as the most important property of an e-liquid. Some would like the traditional cigarette flavors tobacco and menthol, while others enjoy various juice flavors like popcorn, toffee and banana to mention a few.
Throat Hit – This is the feeling when the nicotine hits the walls of the throat while inhaling.
Vapor production – The smoke produced by e-cigarettes is actually water vapor. Most e-smokers would agree that more vapor production is better.
Quality – The e-liquid should be manufactured with ingredients approved for pharmaceutical standards, within the proper laboratory facilities, and conducted by qualified chemists ensuring that proper processes are followed.
Storage – The e-liquid should be stored in a dry and cool place for longer storage life.