Basics of E-Liquid Tutorial

3 E-Liquid Recipes You Will Love

There is no better way to start making your own vape e-liquid than having a list of the best e-liquid recipes to start with. These DIY vape juice recipes are among the best mix in the vape community without the need to use hard-to-find or exotic e-liquid flavors. Furthermore, these DIY recipes have been created by the best mixers who are experienced at creating the best out of each e-juice flavoring without overdoing it.

The flavor notes presented here cover the basics of each e-juice flavor concentrate. If you need a further detailed breakdown about how and why each flavor is used, creators of most recipes provide this information.

The following e-liquid recipes have been designed from scratch by their creators. These individuals did want to reproduce commercial vape e-liquids. These vape recipes are the mixers’ creation to familiar and, in most cases, popular “real life” vape flavor profiles.

Thai Coconut Ice E-liquid Recipe

This is among the simple e-liquid recipes around. It comprises of three ingredients that make up 6.25% of the flavoring. The creator of this e-juice recipe approached it from a “less is more” angle. The mixer succeeds to come up with an interesting flavor profile by bringing out the most out of every flavoring.


Coconut: This coconut realistic concentrate is between drinking coconut milk and eating cocnut at the same time.

Caramel: this ingredient is considered the best caramel concentrate in the market. In this recipe, only 1.2% is used to provide a taste of caramel to the ice crème and help the flavors to blend.

Vanilla Bean Ice Crème: Also commonly called VBIC, it is used to provide an ice crème profile. It is also used to add texture to the mix.

Sugar Cookie E-juice Recipe

If you are just getting started in making your own e-liquid recipes, this is another simple recipe from the second DIYorDIE World Mixing Championship winner, ID10-T.  This e-liquid recipe consists of two key ingredients that make up 12% of the flavoring. The recipe is not only easy to mix but hard to leave it down after steeping for a week.


Vanilla Custard: This is the most essential custard flavor for DIY e-juice mixers. In this e-liquid recipe, only 4% is used to provide creaminess to the cookie.

Sugar Cookie: This realistic soft sugar is used ion this recipe as a straight-up sugar cookie. The original flavor-wise sugar cookie can be substituted with the diketone-free version 2 because sugar cookie is among the rare e-liquid recipes ingredients.

Goofy Juice E-liquid Recipe

This recipe is among the best-rated e-liquid recipes at ELR. Goofy’s Juice is a definition of an all-day-vape.  This delicate yet simple sweet tobacco e-liquid recipe is based on TPA’s RY4 Double. It gets much better when steeped properly. It is recommended that after mixing, place it in your cupboard and leave it to steep for at least a month.


Acetyl Pyrazine 5%: This additive is not your common flavor concentrate. It comes with a characteristic roasted nut flavor. In this e-juice recipe, it is used to support the nutty flavors.

Graham Cracker (Clear): This Graham Checker flavor is used to boost crusts and pies. It is used in sweet tobacco mixes to provide a grainy background.

Hazelnut: This rich and creamy concentrate is easier to work and fits better in most recipes. It can also commonly used in cereal mixes, sweet tobaccos, and desserts.

Peanut Butter: It is used in a low percentage as an accent or dominant peanut butter in a higher percentage.

RY4 Double: This king of sweet tobaccos flavoring is used to enhance the vanilla and/or caramel notes by pairing it with other flavors.

As a beginner just starting out, we recommend you begin with one or two flavors that you can easily get at Flavorah before progressing from there. Flavorah hosts a wide selection of DIY ingredients you need to start making your DIY vape juices.

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