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Create your unique E-liquid flavour pairings

Written by Nigel Simpkins

Any vaper knows that the e-liquid is the most essential part of vaping. This is the one that determines the flavour, and you should make sure that you choose something that matches your taste. The best part is that you can always come up with your own combinations and pairings.

Nonetheless, it can be challenging to get started. That is why we have come up with a short guide that should help you begin. There are infinite possibilities, and it is up to you to find the tastes that you enjoy.

Possible combinations

There are plenty of online charts which show you the best E liquidflavour pairings. We selected a couple of them, and we are here to share them with you. When it comes to base flavours, the list contains almond, anise, apple, apricot, banana, blackberry, blood orange, blueberry, cherry, chocolate, cinnamon, clove coconut, cranberry, fig, ginger, grape, grapefruit, guava, hazelnut, kiwi, lemon, lime, lychee, mango, orange, pear, pineapple, plum, pomegranate, raspberry and strawberry. These can be combined with other flavours.

For example, cinnamon is highly versatile, and it can be combined with many other tastes, such as apple, banana, cantaloupe, caramel, clove, coffee, cranberry, fig, ginger, grape, mint, orange, peach, pear, and vanilla. Ginger goes great with almond, apple, apricot, banana, caramel, cinnamon, chocolate, citrus, coconut, cranberry, grape, hazelnut, pineapple, plum, peach, pear, pumpkin, and vanilla.


Patience is needed

Remember that it takes time to come up with the perfect recipe. If you want to come up with something complex that manages to combine different layers tastefully, you will need to be patient. There will be a lot of attempts and tests before you discover something that you genuinely enjoy.

Don’t stress too hard and remember to have fun while you are out there mixing flavours. Just think about what you want to taste and don’t be afraid to experiment. You never know when you can find the ideal flavour by mistake.


If you want something simple, you can always rely on cream flavour. This is the simplest method. Just choose the ice cream, milk or cream taste and combine it with another flavour that you genuinely enjoy. For example, you could add vanilla and then pick a fruit such as banana or apricot as the final flavour.


Fruits are very popular as well, and they are quite simple to combine. However, when it comes to mixing fruits, you should make sure that you use the right percentages. It is recommended that you use the max percentage for fruit flavours. Each one has a different max flavour percentage. For example, for kiwi is around 4-5%, while for strawberry is 6-7%.