I’ll be adding a lot of posts on both flavour types as well as individual flavours, and will continue to add more as I go through my inventory. I don’t anticipate having a sufficient database until late March 2019.
No one company produces the most accurate of all flavour profiles, and since taste is so subjective, it may be necessary to try multiple offerings of a given flavour to satisfy your needs.
The brands we use are well respected and commonly used among mixers. Although there are more, I tend to stick with brands that are readily available in Australia.
Taste testing flavours is the best way to understand how they can be utilised, what pairings can be used, and whether or not a specific flavour is satisfying.
Making notes is important, and best done by aroma and taste, which includes mixing a test batch to vape.
See our post on Flavour Testing.
Flavour Pairing is an important part of successful mixing. This is achieved by trial and error, and a greater understanding of your flavours.
When you’re experimenting and or creating your e-liquids, it generally helps to look to foods and beverages.
See our first post on Flavour Pairings. (Currently on list to edit)