A Guide to Mixing Your Own Vape Juice

A Guide To Mixing Your Own Vape Juice

Follow this guide on how to mix your own e-liquid using Flavour Concentrates.

Mixing your own e-liquid using flavour concentrates can be a rewarding and cost-effective way to customise your vaping experience. By understanding the process and ratios involved, vapers in the UK can create unique e-liquid blends tailored to their preferences. This comprehensive guide provides step-by-step instructions and essential information for mixing e-liquids with flavour concentrates.

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Understanding Flavour Concentrates

Flavour Concentrates sometimes referred to as Aroma’s are highly concentrated extracts that provide the distinct taste and aroma of various flavours. When mixing your own e-liquid, it’s crucial to select high-quality flavour concentrates from reputable suppliers. These concentrates come in a wide range of flavours, including fruits, desserts, menthol, and more, allowing vapers in the UK to create diverse and personalised e-liquid profiles.

Calculating the Correct Ratios

Before mixing your own e-liquid, it’s essential to calculate the correct ratios of flavour concentrates, propylene glycol (PG), vegetable glycerin (VG), and nicotine (if desired). The most common ratio used in e-liquid mixing is the “recipe” or “formula,” typically expressed as a percentage of each ingredient in the final e-liquid mixture. For example, a 70% VG, 30% PG, 3mg/ml nicotine e-liquid with 5% flavour concentrate would be expressed as 70% VG, 30% PG, 5% flavour concentrate, and 3mg/ml nicotine.

We strongly recommend using a Mixing Calculator to get the right percentage ratios. We really like the calculator provided by our friends over at Riot Squad.

Selecting the Base Ingredients

To begin mixing your own e-liquid, you’ll need to select the base ingredients, including PG, VG, and nicotine (if desired). Propylene glycol (PG) and vegetable glycerin (VG) serve as the base liquids that carry the flavour and produce vapour when heated. Nicotine, if used, should be handled with care and measured accurately using a nicotine shot or base.

E-Liquids UK sell nicotine shots in bulk which can save you a lot of money if you plan to use nicotine shots instead of raw 72mg nicotine.

Choosing the Right Equipment

Having the right equipment is essential for mixing e-liquid with flavour concentrates. Vapers in the UK will need precision measuring tools, such as syringes or pipettes, to accurately measure the ingredients. Additionally, clean and sterile mixing containers, such as glass beakers or plastic bottles, are necessary to ensure a hygienic mixing process.

Note: Having a nice selection of spare Chubby Gorilla Bottles in different sizes is a good idea, alternatively you can wash out existing bottles you may have, they will do the job!

Step-by-Step Mixing Process

Calculate the desired ratios for your e-liquid recipe, including the percentage of flavour concentrate, PG, VG, and nicotine (if used).
Using precision measuring tools, measure the required amount of PG and VG according to your recipe. For example, if your recipe calls for 70% VG and 30% PG in a 30ml batch, you would measure 21ml of VG and 9ml of PG.

  • If using nicotine, measure the appropriate amount and add it to the PG and VG mixture. Be sure to handle nicotine with caution and follow safety guidelines.
  • Add the calculated percentage of flavour concentrate to the PG and
  • VG mixture. For instance, if your recipe calls for 10% flavour concentrate in a 30ml batch, you would add 3ml of flavour concentrate.
    Thoroughly mix the ingredients by gently stirring or shaking the mixture. Ensure that the flavour concentrate is evenly distributed throughout the e-liquid.

Testing and Adjusting

After mixing your e-liquid, it’s important to test the flavour and nicotine strength before using it in your vaping device. Allow the e-liquid to steep for a recommended period to allow the flavours to meld together. Once steeped, perform a taste test to assess the flavour profile and adjust as needed. If the flavour is too strong or weak, you can adjust the percentage of flavour concentrate in your next batch.

Safety and Storage

When mixing your own e-liquid with flavour concentrates, it’s crucial to prioritise safety and proper storage. Always handle nicotine with care, wear appropriate protective gear, and store nicotine and e-liquids out of reach of children and pets. Additionally, store your mixed e-liquids in a cool, dark place to preserve their quality and prevent degradation.

Experimenting and Refining

Mixing your own e-liquid with flavour concentrates allows for endless experimentation and refinement. Vapers in the UK can explore a wide range of flavour combinations, adjust ratios, and fine-tune their recipes to create e-liquids that perfectly suit their preferences. Don’t be afraid to experiment with different flavour concentrates and ratios to discover unique and satisfying e-liquid blends.

Now You Can Start Mixing Your Own E-Liquid

Mixing your own e-liquid using flavour concentrates offers vapers in the UK a creative and customisable approach to their vaping experience. By following the step-by-step instructions and understanding the essential information provided in this guide, you can confidently create your own unique e-liquid blends tailored to their taste preferences. Whether you’re seeking a specific flavour profile or aiming to save costs, mixing your own e-liquid with flavour concentrates provides a rewarding and fulfilling journey into the world of DIY vaping.

E-Liquids UK have our own range of flavour concentrates called “Do It Yourself” which have proven to be extremely popular, the flavours are great and the e-liquids they produce are really kind to your coils allowing you to vape on the same coil for weeks if not months.

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