Two Things You Need to Do to Become a Vaping Connoisseur

That’s right, you read that correctly, I said “vaping connoisseur”. Just as wine has connoisseurs, so does vaping, and I’m not being posh by saying that! It’s true. Vaping juices come in a huge range of flavours and they have different consistencies and ingredients ratios. These all add up to the creation of juices that are different from one another, and this means that you can make value judgement on which is better.

OK, so some of it (maybe all of it) is down to personal taste, but I think it’s a good idea to become your own connoisseur. Work out which juices you really like, and then enjoy them fully. Life is about enjoying the moment, and you can definitely get more or less enjoyment out of vaping, depending on the juice you choose. Here are my top tips on becoming a vaping connoisseur.  

Clean the Palette

If your palette is not neutral, it will affect the taste of the liquid. For instance, if you’ve just eaten a fat curry with loads of chilies, onions, and garlic it will affect the taste of the e-juice. You won’t be able to judge it properly.

My advice is to try new juices when you have a clean palette. Don’t eat any strong flavours for at least 12 hours, and make sure that you rinse your mouth out with water before you sit down to enjoy your vape session.

Clean Your Instruments


If you’re smoking your e juice through an unclean vaporiser, then it’s highly likely changing the flavour of the juice. Some vaping juice UK is very subtle in flavour, so the presence of old vapours in your vaporiser is going to affect the flavour. This is something that many people forget to do – or don’t realise that they are supposed to do it – and then they wonder why a juice that they used to love begins to taste odd.

OK, so now you know how to become a connoisseur, and it doesn’t take too much effort. Just a bit of concentration and a little bit of cleaning is all you need to do.


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