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Everything I Know About Choosing a Good Vape Flavour

I started vaping around 10 years ago, so I'm one of the older vapers. I have a lot of experience with vaping and over the years, I've learnt a lot about how to choose different flavours.  I have made some mistakes:  at Christmas one year, I bought a Brussel-sprout flavoured juice. I thought it would be a funny novelty juice, but it tasted just like you think it would: farts.



Some people like to eat farts, but they're weird, and I'm not sure their weirdness would extend to vaping farts. They usually pretend they like eating fast because it's funny. At least, it's funny when you're 12. If you want to avoid making mistakes like that, although they do get a laugh, then you need to understand how to choose the right Juice for your tastes.


Novelty juices can be very funny, but you have to be aware that you're probably wasting your money. If you think that the laugh is worth £7.99, then go ahead and buy it, but just remember that you probably won't like the flavour and it will probably sit on your shelf where it will further concentrate the fart smell.


A good thing to know about vape flavours is that they use the same flavouring that we use and food. So is great way to establish which sort of flavours like is to consider the type of sweeties that you like to eat and she's a similar flavour. For example, I have massive Nostalgia for the foam banana and the chewy strawberry. If you grew up in the 1980s, you might have the same feelings. Naturally, I buy quite a lot of banana and strawberry vape flavours.


To help you choose the flavours that you're going to lie, just think about the type of food that you like eating. If that food uses natural flavour enhancers, then there's a good chance that doesn't take out there that will taste the same.


Just remember that you need to connect this to food flavourings and not to the actual taste of a genuine food.  For example, the phone banana tastes amazing, but it's not the same taste as a real banana. If you're trying too much reduces to the food that you like, and that food contains no artificial or natural flavour additives, then it's unlikely that you'll still taste the same.


The food flavourings are an approximation; they aren't the full flavour. Some natural food flavourings maybe, but you have to make sure that the easy to buy contains natural food flavouring, and not artificial food flavouring. There are juices that have natural flavours, but you need to investigate a little bit if you want to find them full.


If you're unsure, just ask the staff who work in the shop. The vape shop Folkestone (I live in Folkestone) is good at understanding where they're flavourings come from, and most other shops that I've visited are pretty much the same.


I hope you have found this article useful. If you would like further help and advice about choosing the right flavour for your vape, please visit.