Liquid E-Juice


Vapour Choice has a wide variety of e-liquids, e-juices, pre-filled pods. We carry over 300 flavours of E Juice and many new flavours are added weekly. All our quality juice is lab tested and produced by reputable manufacturers from Canada and the U.S. Our highly experienced staff test each flavour before it is added to our product line to assure the product is good enough for our customers.

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The Rise of E-Juice / E-Liquid

Rising as a popular alternative to smoking traditional cigarettes, e-cigarettes and the e-juice that go into them are becoming increasingly favourable and flavour-able options. At the basis of it though, is that flavour. Your experience with vaping can depend entirely on what type of e-juice or e-liquid you decide to buy. At Vapour Choice, we believe that your experience with vaping matters, that’s why we offer a wide selection of brands and flavours for your experience.

Based in Canada, our wide variety is sure to find fans of these products from all walks of life. Whether you want something fruity or based on a dessert, minty or traditional tobacco, we have everything you could need right here at Vapour Choice.

What is E-Juice / E-Liquid?

Knowing which flavour of e-juice you’d like is probably hard when you don’t even know what e-juice is. To explain further, e-juice (also known as e-liquid or vape juice), is made by plenty of manufacturers with tons of flavours, but they are still made with two main ingredients; propylene glycol (PG) and vegetable glycerine (VG). To explain at a surface level, for those who don’t need to know the complex chemistry components of e-juice, PG carries the flavour while VG is what produces the vapour. They may sound like dangerous chemicals, but in reality, these components are both safe for human consumption as proven by the FDA. PG and VG have already been used in food and pharmaceuticals for many years now.

PG (Propylene Glycol) vs. VG (Vegetable Glycerine) E-Juice / E-Lquid

Before we get into the characteristics of PG and VG e-juice, it is important to note that the ratio of these two will always be noted on your bottle of e-juice. To begin, experts recommend a 50/50 split of the two ingredients. From there, you can adjust accordingly depending on what kind of result you are looking for.

For example, PG as the primary flavour carrier in the form of a thin liquid will offer more of a throat hit to consumers that mimics the experience from a combustible cigarette. Though, it does come with a higher sensitivity for some people, so make sure to do your research beforehand. This may sound intense, but PG is actually used in liquid sweeteners, sodas, pharmaceutical vapours, and other such products.

The other ingredient, VG, is derived from vegetable oils and described as a viscous-type liquid. It comes with a mild sweetness and as such is commonly used as a sweetener as well. E-juices with a higher VG than PG should be used with a larger and well-designed coil.

What Strength Nicotine E-Juice / E-Liquid is Best for Me?

E-Juice or E-Liquid is known for having nicotine as one of its substances. Due to this, we recommend being careful of what strength you choose for your vape. This goes without saying, but we caution you to stay within your limits when choosing an e-juice, especially for new vapers. Even if you have vaped before, we suggest you take a level down before starting again if it has been a while.

There are Two types of Nicotine and Three types of juices in vaping. Nicotine can be separated between Salt Nicotine and Freebase nicotine. Freebase nicotine is measured in weight by just the nicotine content and comes in strengths such as 3, 6, 12, 18mg while Salt nicotine measures both the nicotine molecule as well as a sodium based molecule combined and comes in strengths such as 10, 20, 35, 40, 50mg. At this time, the Federal nicotine limit has been reduced from the previous 66mg strength to 20mg strength. This is limited to Canada, so please check your Country of origins regulations before buying nicotine based products.

Within the two classifications of nicotine, there are three vastly different types of juice, referred to as High PG, High VG, Salt Nic. The differences between the three are as follows. High VG uses more Vegetable Glycerine in its base, and is much thicker viscosity then High PG or Salt Nic juices. This type of juice is suited towards Sub-ohm capable tanks and will produce a much larger volume of vapour. Salt nicotine and High PG are of a thinner viscosity and are more suitable for pod based or cigarette style draw devices, the only difference between the two being nicotine type.

Again though, for new and inexperienced vapers, we highly recommend doing your own research on nicotine e-juice / e-liquid strength. E-liquids, as well as many different products, can have negative side effects if used irresponsibly or without previous knowledge. Starting at lower doses and then working your way up is the best way to get started.