Who has the best e liquid?

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  1. Dooz107

    Dooz107 Full Member

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    Hi there everyone. I'm going to be ordering my first device later today. I'm sure you have all seen my other post of me being indecisive. But I have a plan that I will have both a joye 510 and a vaper king within a short time.
    Anyway the 510 will be first and I need juice. I will be getting a small amount with my order but I'm gonna need more as we all know.
    Who do you like to get your juice from? I'm sure I will be like a kid in a candy store wanting to buy them all. Lol. And if you could share what your favorite flavor is so I have some suggestion.
    Thanks again everyone.
     
  2. Dooz107

    Dooz107 Full Member

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    Oh and I've heard of everyone talking about VG and PG. I know what they are. But what do you prefer?
     
  3. chainvapor

    chainvapor Moved On ECF Veteran

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    Hello There. I think for quality and price, Tasty Vapor has the best juice on the market. It is freshly made upon placing your order. It also has excellent flavor. In regards to VG vs PG, I believe the best way to order is 10% to 20% VG and the rest to be PG. PG seems to hold the flavor really well while VG actually enhances the flavor a little while giving much better vapor production IMHO. As you start to vape, you will have to decide what is good and bad. Throat Hit is another consideration. I know you have no idea what people are talking about when they say this, but you will find out. If you are looking for a smooth vape with not much throat hit, more VG would be better. If you are looking for a killer throat hit, less VG would be advisable. Just remember that some flavors give more throat hit than others no matter what the mix of VG vs PG is. One of the reasons I prefer Tasty Vapor against other suppliers of juice is #1 Taste! His juice tastes the best IMHO. But also variety of mixes. You can create your own mixes with Tasty Vapor. He also has a juice on sale every week starting on Friday for $10 an ounce (approx 30ml). This week its Pina Colada! I can't wait to try it!! His normal price for a 1 ounce bottle it $15.00 which is still a smokin' deal! (pun intended) He also has "doublers" which are normal flavoring without the nicotine, and they are (are you sitting down) $15.00 for 4 FULL OUNCES!! You can use this to cut the main juice you buy to make alot more juice for less money. When first starting I would just try the juice by itself and 24mg nic level. Then later you could buy the doubler and 48mg juice and cut it down making alot more juice for less money. If you are serious about quitting cigarettes, I would try to stay away from the Tobacco flavorings, just my opinion though. Alot of folks love them. Anyway, Welcome to the wonderful world of vaping and to the ECF!!

    Link to Tasty Vapor ------- Tasty Vapor
     
  4. Nikhil

    Nikhil Unregistered Supplier ECF Veteran

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    If you're not worried about price, the top 4 in no particular order (in my opinion) are:

    Cignot.com's BASIC line, English Toffee, and ECOpure

    Ms T's Bakery

    TastyVapor

    Halo

    They are all made in the U.S. with good quality flavorings. I prefer VG, it's slightly sweeter and produces a lot more vapor. I personally make my own liquids so I use a VG/PG ratio of about 50/50. However, VG does dampen flavors a little and make the liquid vaporize a bit slower, while PG gives a little more TH.
     
  5. TWolf

    TWolf Ultra Member ECF Veteran

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    Welcome, Dooz107! Can't speak for everyone as tastes differ, but for myself Tasty Vapor has become my go-to vape after just one order. They handcraft their juices to taste spot-on to what you order. Also, as my tastebuds are still slightly burned out, their flavors are strong enough for me to really enjoy!

    I'm still looking forward to trying some of the other premium handmade juices like Ms. T's Bakery too. Finding your personal preference might take a bit, so don't be afraid to try a little here and a little there!

    As to flavors... I'd recommend TV's Tastyfinger if you like the candy. Not too sweet and is now my all day vape.
     
  6. lmoaks

    lmoaks Full Member

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    Welcome, Check out Halo juices, I'm not into all those fruity flavors.
    Good Luck!
     
  7. vsheriff

    vsheriff Full Member

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    I have bought e juice from 5 different vendors and so far I have liked Tasty Vapor the best, I highly recommend their juices.
     
  8. HaploVoss

    HaploVoss Super Member ECF Veteran

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    Boy.. lots of choices... I have tried 12 different companies now and I keep going back to one guy and that is Drew over at nhaler.

    I think you are just going to have to try out some different ones because it is very obvious by all these posts, and the hundreds of others throughout the forum that everyone has different tastes.

    I just cannot find a 555 (which I love that flavor) that compares with Drew's for smoothness and outright FLAVOR. All the others had the flavor and nicotine - but just tasted pretty similar to each other. Don't know how to explain it.

    I can't comment on the specialty VG stoofs as I haven't tried them yet.

    It is all about personal preference and there are a lot of great companies out there. But I'm allowed to give my kudos so I really like nHaler's assortment of quite tasty treats.

    Take care,
    - Hap
     
  9. son et lumiere

    son et lumiere Vaping Master ECF Veteran

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    strictlyejuice.com is where I get all of my juice. lots of flavors, low prices, fast shipping and great customer service.
     
  10. MiloB

    MiloB Super Member ECF Veteran

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    Pure Vapor said it. I think after a year of vaping I have the same list... in no particular order mine are

    Halo (Daily Vape - Tobacco type flavors)
    Cignot - (Haven't tried the Ecopure, but have the Butterscotch... Yum)
    Tasty Vapor (Atomic Cinnacide is insanely good. Don't forget to check out the Doublers.. will save you beaucoup bucks to stretch out your juice)
    Ms. T's Bakery (For the Sweet & Savories)
    And one addition... When they are open DIY Flavorshack has some good juice too (Flavors and Flu Cured Tobacco)

    These are my main suppliers.
     
  11. HotNostril

    HotNostril Senior Member ECF Veteran

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    Tasty Vapor! Absolute best!

    I will be ordering a new flavor every Friday from now on:)
     
  12. Tracey1

    Tracey1 Super Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    Congratulations on taking the steps to be analog free. You are in for a ride but it'll be a good one! Before I suggest or recommend anything, let me just say that I've been vaping for more than six months and I have purchased liquid from a lot of vendors. Including some of the the new "custom" juice makers. I have spent a lot of money on juices and DIY. While this does not make me an expert, it does qualify me to suggest getting the Johnson Creek Smoke Juice Sample Set The Original Line of juices are by far the best juices I've ever had. You get 10 sample bottles of liquid. I think each is 3 mls. ALL of the flavors are very good and none is so strong that you cannot vape one and then add another flavor in. They blend together well, as well as each one as a stand alone flavor. A lot of juices are so strong that you cannot add another flavor to the atty or carto until you have vaped out the first flavor. Not so with JC juice. The JC Original is exceptional. The Summer Peach is phenomenal. I've already ordered larger bottles of each of those. I also ordered another sampler set. I love it. Like I said there are 10 flavors. All have what is probably the JC Original tobacco base flavor (or maybe Tennessee Cured) with other flavors kind of blended in with it. The sample flavors in the set are:
    Simply Strawberry
    Summer Peach
    Espresso
    French Vanilla
    Black Cherry
    Mint Chocolate
    Chocolate Truffle
    Arctic Menthol
    JC Original
    Tennessee Cured.
    I think anyone who tries this juice will be very happy with most if not all of the flavors. You can go from there and order larger bottles of the juices that you really like. Customer service from this company is second to none. Of my five or so orders from JC, the service has been flawless. Super fast shipping. The packaging is far superior to anything I have ever seen. All juices, even the sample sets come in glass bottles with glass droppers. They even include a nice tin to keep it all in. I cannot say enough good things about this company and the Original Line. This is definitely my go to vendor for juice.
    I also got the Red Oak line sample set. It's totally different than the Original Line. I have only tried a few of the flavors in that set but I already know that I like the Orginal set better. I've only tried the Mercado and the Winter Frost (I liked the Frost very much, but the Mercado is a very spicy flavored juice. Cinnamon, clove, etc. A little too much spiciness for me. But the beauty of the sampler set is that if I don't like a particular juice, I am not sitting with a big bottle of something that I will not use. I simply will not order that particular flavor again. Although with the Mercado I could add some JC Original juice to bring it more in line with my taste. It's about $25-$26 shipped for the Original Sampler Set. You just cannot go wrong with that. Good Luck and Best Wishes on your vaping journey.
     
  13. kaymar

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    I'm also a noob to the world of vaping. I have ordered from halo and like the freedom juice. I would like however to decrease the amount of nicotine I'm using to also, slowly become nicotine free. I WOULD still like to vape, though.

    I tried halo's Smooth 8 which came in a medium but I'm not crazy about the ginger taste, though it may grow on me. I'm interested to know if anyone has tried a medium nicotine juice that would be similar to Halo's freedom juice as well as any low or NO nicotine flavors that might be similar.

    I got some extras from Cignot with a package order but wasn't sure what I chose since I have limited knowledge. I have a small bottle of VG and H2O along with a USA mix of 26mg PG 10ml. What can I do with these, do I mix them?? The juice is confusing to me, I have tried a cappuccino flavor that I wasn't too crazy about. I don't think the flavors satisfy the need for tobacco flavor that I seem to crave. I'm only 3 weeks in though.
     
  14. Dooz107

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    Thanks everyone, I'm going to go check out some of those sites right now. Especially Tasty Vapor, everyone seems to think that's the best. I have heard a few things about Vapor4Life too. Anyone try those? They usually make Cartomizers but they sell juice also. Plus the are around Chicago which is where I'm at. Gotta give love to the locals too. I know that Cignot.com is around Chicago also, I've not heard too much about them except for the English toffee. I'm not a big fan of that flavor so I'm not gonna try that.
    I've heard a lot of people like 555, and RY4. So I will probably try those and then branch off from there. So it's really true that everyone's flavors taste different? This one's 555 is not going to taste like that one's 555?
     
  15. MaryMarcelle

    MaryMarcelle Senior Member ECF Veteran

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    Hey Dooz it's Mary! You already know I prefer V4L ~ but I am attending a vaping social tonight here in Tucson so hopefully I will get to try lots of new and different juices from other suppliers! I'll let you know how it goes.

    :):rolleyes:
     
  16. angelique510

    angelique510 Super Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    You are going to get tons of different answers on this question. Everyone has their preference. Here's mine:

    For very cheap but vapable www.StrictlyEjuiice.com $10 for 30ml and tons of flavors

    High quality juice at a low price Home | My Freedom Smokes Chris will custom mix anything you want

    And for gourmet juice that is a bit pricy, but worth every penny, check out DIY Flavor Shack by E-Cig Smoke Store and www.MsTsBakery.com

    Juice is like food - it all depends on what you want and how much you are willing to pay. Everything from cheap half-soy hamburgers to prime rib.

    Make sure to check out the classifieds here. People buy juices from all over and every flavor imaginable, but end up settling on a handful of favorites. Just because the seller didn't care for it, doesn't mean it is not good juice. You can pick up juices from a lot of different suppliers for very cheap.

    ~A
     
  17. Dooz107

    Dooz107 Full Member

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    Hey Mary, I wish I was going. I'm gonna have to see if they have things like that here in Chicago. I'm working on my VK. Have fun
     
  18. s4nt0s

    s4nt0s New Member

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    I enjoy Nhaler's Green Tea and Pear Flavors
     
  19. Korr

    Korr Senior Member ECF Veteran

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    Hi guys newb here. Anybody want to trade e-juice? I have the 18mg nic -16ml bottle marlboro flavor from awesomevapor. I have only been analog free and vaping for a total of 3 days. I pretty much cannot taste it along with the two samples of coffee and chocolate. Right now i am preferring the coffee because it's smoother than the rest.
     
  20. Thyestean

    Thyestean Vaping Master ECF Veteran

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    Liquids and their vendors highlighted in red ;)

    yes I know I'm lazy.
     
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