Hello all, I’m new to this whole scene not just DIY but Vaping in general. I quit smoking in August and just bought my first MOD. I have a iStick 100w with a Uwell Crown. I’m looking forward to making my own juice and this forum is very inspiring. I would appreciate any flavor recommendations or starter kits. I like pretty much everything since I haven’t really honed in on my favorites yet. I know little to nothing and am looking forward to gain some practical knowledge to go out and make some great juices. Thanks to everybody and Happy Holidays
@Pro_Vapes beat me to it! The best advice I’ve heard around here that I can give is, after you take a look at the stuff in those links, find a couple of recipes that you want to try (preferably ones that aren’t super complicated), and order those flavors.
Inspiring indeed! I had been mixing stuff for a good while before I found the fine folks here, but the things I’ve learned about mixing I doubt I would have ever picked up on my own. Don’t hesitate to tap into the vast knowledge base here.
@CrispyCreme, here’s a little link for some practical knowledge in flavor pairing for when you do collect flavors and start mixing. Don’t let mixing intimidate you! It’s fairly easy and a lot of fun. Research is often the key to successful mixing; read, read, read!
Thank you guys for all the help. I don’t know the forum rules but I would appreciate it if someone could recommend a good website to order from I’m located in the USA. I’ve decided to get a starter kit with about ten flavors and then just pick up flavors and base as needed.
I"m not sure you realize how much you’ve helped the community here at ELR this year, and how profoundly helpful your recommendation of the Flavor Bible has been! God bless you for sharing this gem, and I hope your generosity is revisited to you 1000% in 2016. Thanks DV!
Jackfruit, as described by botboy, is flexable. Add it to Pineapple for a tart tropical fruit. Add to Orange Cream to get a Mellow Mango-esque flavor. Add to Juicy Peach for a sweet tropical flavor, or nectarine for similar but slightly less sweet results.