this is exactly what i find every time i mix 2 already steeped mixes .. a very enjoyable and different result - i'm vaping one of these mixes right now so wanted to come back and confirm this thought. i do think it's a thing we can exploit further - maybe the juice makers are already doing it in some premium juices.
in my mind, i keep relating this to cooking. i'm trying to understand how VG - and the curing process - really works. if i'm making (real) creamy vanilla custard with banana slices on top, i would start by preparing the custard. milk is the main ingredient (so like the VG in eliquid), I add the custard powder, sugar, maybe a hint of vanilla and apply heat and stirring - then cool the resulting product - that's the base custard. then prepare whatever cream I decide to use - that's again milk based - with a different ingredients, fast forward .. i have my cream. add the cream on top of the v custard, then slice the banana and add on top.. this won't be the same product if i mix all the ingredients together and apply the heat and stirring in the beginning.. (can't even imagine what i would end up with in that case )
so for my brain, it makes a lot of sense that VG will combine differently in each mix with the different flavors added and with steeping/curing, then adding 2 or 3 of these mixes together, there's a totally different end product.
you guys think am i correct in that analogy, or am i just over engineering (cooking) this