How to get better flavour and tips for the E-liquid connoisseur.

Posted by Make My Vape 30/01/2017 5 Comment(s) DIY Lifestyle,Guides & How-to's,


Everyone’s heard about cloud chasers and the idea of high VG e-liquids. But what if blowing enormous clouds isn’t your thing? Have you been wondering if vaping is still something for you? Of course, it is, you are just more of a flavour connoisseur. All you want to get out of your device is a nice flavour selection, that you’ve patiently brewed and steeped for the last two weeks.

We’ve prepared a couple of tips for every novice in flavour chasing.


Have your feet on the ground! No more high VG.


Cloud chasing took the vapers scene by storm. No wonder high VG e-liquids are leading on the vaping market. Unfortunately, there is no place for compromise, you’re either a cloud chaser or flavour chaser. The reason for that is simple, PG tends to carry the flavouring better. If you’re happy to sacrifice big vapour, you probably should choose a 50/50 or 70/30 PG/VG ratio in order to get more flavour from your vape.


Get the flow


Most of the tanks have adjustable airflow. The basic rule is simple – the more air coming through, the less flavour you get, but more clouds. Although, it all comes down to practise and experimentation of finding your favourite airflow, less airflow will make your vapor warmer and ‘deeper’ in flavour. 


Get the right coil

Nickel or Kanthal is probably your best call as these two are less likely to affect flavour. You can read more about types of alloys and metal coils here. There is no better way of learning how to get the most flavour, then trying different temperatures and materials.


It’s hot stuff

The right temperature to heat up your e-juice in order to get the best flavour, is also something you will find out by trying different set ups on your device.


Connoisseur’s delicate buds

One of the most common syndrome in the vaping world is so called ‘vaper’s tongue’. Does it ever happen that your e-juice suddenly loses its flavour? Well, it was probably your tongue rather than the e-liquid.  After vaping the same flavour for a while, your taste buds can numb. The perfect way to refresh your senses is to switch to different e-liquids, but probably as a flavour enthusiast you have more than one favourite e-liquid maturing somewhere in a cupboard. Hydration is always good for your system, especially for your taste buds. If your fatigued tongue still won’t let you to enjoy your favourite flavours, then try to inhale the smell of fresh coffee or have some lemon water. 



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5 Comment(s)

Carl Brown:
28/03/2017, 07:39:03 PM

Brilliant article just what I was looking for!!!!! Thanks guys

10/05/2017, 09:14:49 PM

Hi guys if the vape liquid isn't strong enuff can I add more nic or will I have to remake a whole new batch my husband has a tobacco one but says it's too sweet and it's at 16 mg nic but now wants higher nic so what shal I do please help x

Make My Vape:
11/05/2017, 09:15:19 AM

Hi Vicky,Yes, you can add nicotine to your ready mix, if you feel like current strength is not enough. Just remember to mix it very well :)

21/05/2017, 11:12:11 AM

i added the flavour and as no taste do you just add more the steep it longer

Terry Fitzgerald:
04/07/2017, 01:45:35 PM

Hi Need some advice please, ive made two lots of iron brew one 30ml 70/30 and 30ml 50/50 - The 70/30 has changed color ??? i put 3% flavor in both. My Question is have a messed it up should i still vap it or bin it off??

Dan butcher:
19/01/2018, 04:51:41 PM

When mixing in one flavour , skittles for example what percentage do I use

Make My Vape:
24/01/2018, 11:17:40 AM

Hi Dan, there is no right or wrong percentage to mix at. Its all down to personal preference, but I would start of at 15% and tweak it from there if needed.

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