Maybe this should go in some other thread/category… we’ll ask @JoJo
This holiday season has begun officially…lots of cooking going on.
One great way to learn how to mix e-liquids, is to watch how people make great food in the kitchen.
Are you the cook/chef in your home…is your spouse, Mother, Grandma, etc.
If it isn’t YOU, then I suggest you pay careful attention to whom it is…and ask questions.
especially about the foods/baked goods/drinks you love. Or the great cocktail mixer(s) in your family/friends.
Only your palate knows YOU…and once you incorporate cooking/eating/drinking/baking…
the taste and the smell …with creating the e-juice you love…will you ever be continually
successful at it…no more hit-or-miss batches.
Buy simple flavors [flavor names] that you can individually regulate, and you will learn how to
’pair’ them faster…and better. Use multiple flavors, from different mfg’s. If you use strawberry,
use two or three different brands for example, never rely on one to bring you to nirvana.
Granted, there are flavors that have several flavors in the name that are kick-ass awesome…
and they are learned from usage…for YOUR palate also. Just remember ‘marketing’ has
as much to play in the flavor world as anywhere else.
The society that has grown into being today…wants everything instantaneous, microwavable,
and ready when WE want it…all-in-one, one size fits all-comfortably, without effort.
Many good enhancers have been produced within my 74yrs of life, things that have improved
the quality of mankind, but many, many enhancers were developed by greed and only prey
on the ignorant and un-suspecting, trusting, honest folks that have big open hearts.
Use your brain, research, then research more. Laziness will result always in less than
quality outcome. Learn to be still in mind and body…be patient. When you get frustrated,
simply go for a walk.
While you are out for a walk, think of what foods/drinks taste like, and break down the flavors.
Always be cautious of your surroundings outside when walking also.
Sorry, but this is the only way I know to give advice…and you did ask.