Five Tips to Get the Best Taste Out of Your Vape Juice
Oct 24, 2018 22:20
If you don’t seem to get any flavor from your e-juice while vaping, you are not alone. Even some experienced vapers have a hard time getting any tangible taste from their juice. This problem could be caused by a faulty vaping device, vape juice quality, or even your own tongue. Fortunately, there are several things you can do to solve this issue.
In that light, we share with you five tips to help you squeeze out the most flavor out your vape juice for a gratifying flavor experience.
1. Wattage can make a huge difference in flavor.
You could be operating above the recommended wattage range for your coil. Moreover, different flavors work best at different wattages. Check your wattage and adjust accordingly. It’s advisable to start at a lower wattage and gradually adjust upwards until you find the power setting that delivers the desired taste.
2. Your airflow could be blocking the flavor
Check if your airflow is fully open. If it is, that’s probably what is denying you your desired flavor. Switch the airflow up and find where the best setting is for the kind of flavor that you’re using.
Be careful not to close the airflow too much. Otherwise, you risk overheating your coil, or your vapor may get too hot. It’s worth noting that some flavors are more enjoyable at low power and limited airflow, while others deliver the best taste at high power with fully open hits.
3. Consider using higher PG vape juices.
Higher PG (propylene glycol) e-juices normally have a stronger flavor. Due the fact that PG is usually tasteless and odorless, it normally holds flavor better than vegetable glycerin (VG). It’s also worth noting that high PG ratios translate to stronger throat hits and weaker clouds.
VG, on the other hand, is characterized by a mellow, sweet taste that can somewhat dampen flavor tones. That means the flavor intensity of VG e-juices will be much lower compared to that of higher-PG e-juices.
4. Try changing flavors.
You’ve probably been vaping one type of flavor for so long and gotten used to it that it no longer tastes as strong to you. This phenomenon is what is referred to as “flavor fatigue” or “vaper’s tongue.” One of the best ways to solve this issue is to change flavors. If you’ve been using fruity flavors, you can try tobacco flavored vape juices and see how it goes.
5. Keep your vaping device clean.
Regular cleaning ensures that vape juices don’t form residue in your tank and keeps everything tasting fresh. Changing out your coils every few weeks also helps to uphold freshness of flavors. Also, check if your factory-made atomizer coil is greasy. If it is, detach it from the tank and run it under hot water to de-grease it. Note that the coil may need some time to dry, so it’s advisable to use a backup coil in the meantime.
These tips will help you get the best taste out of your vape juice. You can try one or several of them and see which one gives you the best experience.
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