What Is e-juice

Becky Spencer-Davies

What Is e-juice

E-juice, also called e-liquid or vape juice, is the liquid solution which is found within e-cigarette cartridges or manually added to a tank by the user. This solution is heated and vaporised to produce vapor which the user inhales and exhales.

So, what exactly is e-juice?

You might have seen 100’s of flavours on the shelves and be wondering what is e-juice and what exactly is in it to create the flavour. E-juice is flavoured with different flavourings which are tried and tested by professionals.

Alongside the flavouring you will also find PG and VG within the e-juice. PG (Propylene Glycol) is used to suspend flavours in as well as giving a good throat hit. VG (Vegetable Glycerin) is designed to be less harsh on the throat and in taste and provide the user with bigger clouds.

E-juice will have a label which says how much PG and VG is in the e-juice. You would select a juice's PG and VG ratio depending on you device and what you want to get out of your vape experience.

E-juice can also contain nicotine which provides an added throat hit. You can buy e-juice containing up to 18 mg nicotine. You are also able to mix your own nic shots which allows you to buy bigger bottles of vape juice then a small shot of nicotine to add to it.

You will find e-juice in possibly every flavour imaginable  You can find dessert flavours, drinks, fruits, sweets, classic tobacco blends, cocktails and everything in between!

As a starter vaper who is just looking in to what e-juice is and whether it is a solution to quitting smoking then you might want to go for a higher PG ejuice. It provides a throat hit, flavour and works well in starter kit devices. If you have a more powerful sub-ohm device then select a higher VG e-juice that is thicker and won’t run out of your tank.

If you are happy you know enough about what e-juice is then head over to our ejuice page to see our many different liquids on offer.

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