Stir It Up – Mixing E-Liquid Flavours

Mixing e liquid flavours is not a new phenomenon. In the words of the late Bob Marley it’s always good to ‘stir it up,’ to keep things fresh and exciting.

We have a great range of high PG e liquids for use with ego vape pens and clearomizers. We also have an exciting range of sub ohm, high VG e liquids launching very soon! Our ranges come in a great array of flavours, however sometimes it’s nice to have a change, so why not try mixing some of our flavours to create your own blends?

With flavour in mind, we started our quest to find the tastiest e liquid flavour blends by doing some experimenting and sharing some of our personal favourites:

A close up of rhubarb & custard sweets.

1. Rhubarb & Custard

This one’s a bit of a cheat because it’s already pre-mixed but it’s still one of our favourite dessert combinations.

2. The Very Berry

Keeping with the fruity theme, we tried one of favourite triple mix combinations: cherrystrawberry and blueberry. This e-liquid flavour is definitely one for summer – it leaves you longing for warm weather and a glass of Pimm’s to accompany it.

3. Heisenberg E-Liquid

If Heisenberg was a vaper, this is what he’d take a toke on, apparently. The ingredients of the e-liquid were a closely kept secret but the main base flavours include blueberry & a dash of iced menthol. This mix is truly fresh and invigorating.

4. Pear & Cherry Bake

Ok, so this one sounds unusual but the two flavours work as an e-liquid mix. The pear e-liquid tastes subtle but fruity whilst the cherry adds another layer of flavour – it really is the cherry on top!

If these e liquid flavour mixes don’t take your fancy, or if you want to try some of your own mixes, why not explore our delicious e liquid range to mix at home. We’re always adding to our range – keep updated with the latest flavours by following us on Twitter or signing up for our newsletter (you can do so in the website footer).

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