Well, if you’re anything like the vast majority of people, fruit flavoured e-liquids are your liquids of choice. Unsurprisingly really, given the vast number of fruity liquids available. However, if you’re finding it difficult to find that “perfect fruit flavour”, then don’t worry. Today, we’re going to explain a little bit about which flavours suit which type of tastes.
The first thing we need to do is to split what we mean by “fruit flavour” into three separate categories. They are as follows:
When people speak about “fruit flavours”, they aren’t really talking about a single type of taste. This is where all the confusion comes from – too many people fail to realise that other people don’t view “fruit flavour” as the same thing that they do. For example, if you’re idea of nice fruit is something like a ripe banana; you probably prefer musty and sweet flavours. However, someone who prefers a lemon flavour probably prefers a sour and sweet flavour.
We are now going to explore each category and provide a few examples within each section. By the time you reach the end of this article, you will have a much clearer understanding of the title of this blog, “What Are the Best E-Liquid Fruit Flavours?” and you will realise that it’s an individual choice, and furthermore, what your particular choice is.
Sweet flavours are those that taste pleasant and kind of childish. You could say that the candyfloss flavours fall into the sweet category. Candyfloss is not a fruit though, as you know. It’s simply a good description of the sort of flavours that you find here.
In general, riper fruits taste sweet. These are generally the summer fruits. Here’s a list of flavours that fall into the sweet category:
- Banana (only certain types though, some banana flavours also fall into the musty category)
- Grape – especially blue grape
These are the flavours that can make it feel as if your tongue is flying out of the side of your mouth. Many people love this flavour, but personally, it does something odd to my teeth! It does contain sweet, so it has a light element to it, but the overall feeling is sour. Prepare to pull some funny faces if you’re into sour e liquids
In general, these tend to cover the high-liquid content fruits. Here’s a list of flavours that fall into the sour category:
As you can see, some of these tastes are exotic – many seem to come from Africa, for some reason. Evolution must favour sour flavours there.
The final category is deep and musty flavours. These are relatively thick on the pallet and very flavoursome. They tend to be a more mature flavour – it’s the type of fruit flavour that you don’t appreciate until you become an adult. The same is probably true of e liquid flavours too. You’ll probably come to like deep and musty flavours as you develop your vape habit.
Deep/musty flavours include:
As you can see, there is some overlap between all of these flavours, and it’s common to mix them up. For example, to create a sweet and sour mix by using lime and kiwi.
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