Flavour Manufacturers Safety Data Sheet Database

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SDS - Know what's in your Flavours

There are a few flavouring manufactures who are quite transparent regarding specific ingredients, some however are considerably more secretive.  Those wanting MSDS, renamed to SDS or Safety Data Sheets, are often looking for the presence of custard notes, diketones or chiral molecules such as Diacetyl, Acetyl Propionyl, Acetoin and Butyric Acid. 

Our post on Diketones and Custard Notes 

Safety data sheets may also provide additional information, such as dominant flavouring agents or esters, additives, stabilisers and alcohol types.

What no safety data sheet means

At times, companies may refrain from releasing a flavours SDS, and sometimes there’s virtually no information pertaining to specific ingredients. There are also companies that make nothing public, or somewhat difficult to obtain. It’s either due to the controversy of diketones, and or a desire to keep specific ingredients secret.   

About these Links 

Links below may be direct to the flavour manufacturer, or to a distributor or vaping supply company. At times, companies such as Wizard labs and e-Cig Express in the US, provide more detailed information than the actual flavour manufacturer.


Chem Novatic

One Stop DIY Shop

GC/MS Analysis

Liquid Barn

LB Data Sheets

Flavor Revolution

Nicotine River

Diacetyl Free
Acetoin Free
Acetyl Propionyl Free


Nicotine River

Diacetyl Free
Acetoin Free
Acetyl Propionyl Free

Flavors With No SDS Available

Nature’s Flavors
Bickford Flavors
Baker Flavors
Lotus Flavors (Medicine Flower)
Vape Train
Jungle Flavors

In most cases, an SDS will be provided if the manufacturer is emailed.

Be aware that concentrated flavours with vanilla, custard or buttery notes, must contain at least one of the major custard notes, chirals or diketones. Otherwise it would be impossible to produce such a profile.

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How I Test Flavours

Flavours are mixed in a 50-50 blend of PG & VG.
Zero nicotine and generally steeped for 2 weeks.
Three vape devices are used including an RDA.

See our post onTesting Flavours

How I test flavours

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