Electronic cigarettes have gained a lot of popularity over the past several years and are now as common as normal cigarettes. E-cigarettes are often used by people to either cut down on smoking, to help them quit, or for recreational purposes. We now have access to different vape flavours and have many brands to choose from to improve our vaping experience. I tried various flavours to see which ones I liked the best. Here is a list of my top 16 favourite vape flavours of 2018.
I love flavours that remind me of my favourite desserts, and here are a few that I’ve really enjoyed. It’s a great way to sample all of your favourite desserts without having to worry about those pesky calories.
The Vanilla Muffin e-liquid by Team 120 has a smooth flavour and has undertones of cinnamon and custard. The Lemon Tart by Double Drip is fragrant and has a citrus flavour with hints of pastry. The Jam Roly Poly by IVG Desserts reminds me of all the times my friends and I used to have this when we were younger. There are elements of both strawberry and raspberry jam, and it has a buttery flavour. The Cherry Bakewell Tart by Ohm Baked has a mixed raspberry and almond flavour. This is perfect for anyone who has a sweet tooth.
Whether you prefer something carbonated or still, aromatic or herbal, there are plenty of beverage-flavoured e-liquids for you to try out.
Grape Soda by Mr Wicks has a really strong grape flavour, with a hint of fizziness. With the coconut and pineapple flavouring, the Pina Colada by Thomas & Knowles will have you wishing you were relaxing on a tropical beach in the Caribbean. The strong coffee flavour mixed with the salted caramel, makes Salted Caramel Macchiato by Barista Brew a delicious way to start off your day. Pink Palmer Iced Tea by Tailored Vapors is a mix of iced tea and pink lemonade, making it perfect for the summer months.
If you want to get into the spirit of summer and want something a little fresher, try a fruit-flavoured e-liquid. They’re usually crisp and sweet.
The Apple e-liquid by Vapourlites has a sharp, acidic flavour, and tastes like Granny Smith apples. Sweet Oranges by At Home Doe is simple and has a natural, tangy flavour. Mango and Blackcurrant by Mr Wicks has more of a lemony flavour than mango, but it is juicy and it has the tartness of blackcurrants. Don’t Care Bear by Bad Drip tastes like peaches, pears and watermelons, which I think is a wonderful combination. Although I put this in the fruit category, this also tastes like gummy bears and jelly candies.
Flavours for Occasions
No matter what time of year it is or which holiday it is, you’ll always be able to find a unique vape flavour for the occasion. I chose a few that I thought were quite interesting.
Campfire eLiquid by Campfire is a great way to celebrate the 4th of July; try this s’mores inspired flavour. Birthday Cake by Kilo Black Series allows you to continue to celebrate your birthday, even when the last piece of cake has been eaten. Get ready for autumn with the Chai Latte e-liquid by IVG Desserts. Skip the queue at your local café and try this instead. The perfect flavour for Christmas is the Candy Cane Original by Dr Frost. You may not be able to hang this on your Christmas tree, but it’s worth trying this for the sugary peppermint flavour.
If any of these flavours appeal to you, you can purchase them in any e-liquid store in London, in other vaping stores around the UK and online. Everyone has their own preferences, so it might take some time for you to find something that you really like. You can get varying amounts of nicotine (measured in milligrams) or nicotine-free e-liquids. Propylene Glycol based e-liquids have a stronger throat hit, the PG doesn’t affect the flavour and has a thinner consistency. Vegetable Glycerin based e-liquids have a weaker throat hit, a slightly sweet flavour, a thicker consistency and it produces more vapour.
Do you already have a favourite flavour? Leave a comment and let me know.