E Juice comes in all flavors, thicknesses, smells, and colors but the composition of e juice is actually pretty straightforward. Although the ingredients aren’t complex, the most simple of recipes can taste horrendous if improperly mixed. If you don’t believe me, do what I have done and add a “tbsp” of salt to your cookies dough instead of a “tsp”. The result is a trash bin full of freshly baked salty cookies! So what is in the e juice? At Mt Baker Vapor, we use four main ingredients: Propylene Glycol, Vegetable Glycerin, Nicotine, and Flavoring. Come along with us as we explain each ingredient and its role in making some of your favorite e juice!
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Hey there vape fans! Welcome back to another Vapor Visuals from Mt Baker Vapor, your home of the highest-quality electronic cigarette e-liquid at the lowest prices. The day is finally here, the release of the three new GWAR Fluids flavors!
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Hey there vape fans! Welcome back to another Vapor Visuals from Mt Baker Vapor your home of the highest quality electronic cigarette e-liquid at the lowest prices. As we come to an end, of what I hope was a wonderful three-day weekend, I just wanted to share with you our own Mt Baker Vapor Memorial Day BBQ. Keeping it light and simple, just a few fun photos and we’ll be back next week with more vape related visuals for you. So sit back, relax, and enjoy! Continue reading “Vapor Visuals: Memorial Day BBQ”
The wild world of vaping can be a bit overwhelming to the uninitiated. With all sorts of different hardware, blend options, and jargon, it’s easy to get lost. Today, we are going to tackle one of the most confusing areas of vaping. What is the difference between an Atomizer, Cartomizer, and Clearomizer? By the end of this blog-post, we are hoping that you will have a better understanding of the three, so that you will be able to make an informed decision when it comes time to buy! So let’s get started: Continue reading “Atomizer, Cartomizer, and Clearomizer: What’s the Difference?”