E-Liquids

The heart of every e-cigarette is the e-liquid, which is heated in the evaporator unit and condenses into an aromatic vapour. The choice of e-liquids is now gigantic and they come in an infinite variety of flavors, nicotine strengths and compositions. But what exactly is in an e-liquid and how is it made?

Basically, an e-liquid consists of three components: propylene glycol (PG), vegetable glycerin (VG) and flavorings. PG and VG are clear liquids that serve as the base for the e-liquid. They ensure that the flavorings are evenly distributed in the liquid and evaporate into a fine vapor when heated. Thinner than VG, PG provides a more intense flavor and a stronger "throat hit," the inhaling sensation that's similar to smoking. VG is thicker and produces more vapor and a smoother inhalation.

The exact composition of PG and VG varies by manufacturer and flavor. Typically, however, an e-liquid contains between 50% and 80% VG, with the rest being PG and flavors. With some e-liquids, water is also added to change the viscosity of the liquid.

The flavorings are what makes an e-liquid so special. There are no limits to the creativity and imagination of the manufacturer. There are e-liquids that taste like fruits, desserts, sweets, drinks, tobacco or even currywurst. The flavors are usually made from natural or artificial flavorings and may also contain nicotine. The nicotine strength varies depending on the e-liquid and can range from 0mg to 20mg per millilitre.

The heart of every e-cigarette is the e-liquid, which is heated in the evaporator unit and condenses into an aromatic vapour. The choice of e-liquids is now gigantic and they come in an infinite variety of flavors, nicotine strengths and compositions. But what exactly is in an e-liquid and how is it made?

Basically, an e-liquid consists of three components: propylene glycol (PG), vegetable glycerin (VG) and flavorings. PG and VG are clear liquids that serve as the base for the e-liquid. They ensure that the flavorings are evenly distributed in the liquid and evaporate into a fine vapor when heated. Thinner than VG, PG provides a more intense flavor and a stronger "throat hit," the inhaling sensation that's similar to smoking. VG is thicker and produces more vapor and a smoother inhalation.

The exact composition of PG and VG varies by manufacturer and flavor. Typically, however, an e-liquid contains between 50% and 80% VG, with the rest being PG and flavors. With some e-liquids, water is also added to change the viscosity of the liquid.

The flavorings are what makes an e-liquid so special. There are no limits to the creativity and imagination of the manufacturer. There are e-liquids that taste like fruits, desserts, sweets, drinks, tobacco or even currywurst. The flavors are usually made from natural or artificial flavorings and may also contain nicotine. The nicotine strength varies depending on the e-liquid and can range from 0mg to 20mg per millilitre.

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