E-liquid mixing calculator

Try our e-liquid mixing calculator – Unleash your inner wizard!

Vaping is such a personal pastime that sometimes even slight differences in e-liquid recipes can perfect your experience. You may want your e-liquid to be stronger tasting but the same nicotine strength, this can be achieved by simply adding extra flavouring at the expense of diluent, or vice-versa if you would like to make the flavour weaker.

We would recommend starting off with small batches which are great for testing and perfecting new flavours and nicotine strengths.

To get started with this simple e-liquid recipe calculator, first choose the pg and vg ratios of your nicotine boosts from the top menu, then add how much you want to make and your preferred eliquid strength. Then add your flavour and you are ready to go. If you already have some nicotine shots (or boosts) you can use the universal calculator at the bottom of this page to take account of them and make your shopping list as short as possible.

To get started with this universal calculator – first input your PG/VG ratio, strength and flavours. Then check the ‘recipe’ tab for your final recipe. If any of the values are a minus (i.e. -11.2) try using the ‘fine tune’ slider to get your recipe working (no minus values anywhere). You can also fine tune your recipe to take account of supplies you may already have and make your shopping list as short as possible.
Please note that recipes cannot exceed a maximum strength of 1.4% if they contain 20% or more total flavour. If you need help, don’t hesitate to contact us, our lab team are happy to answer any questions.

And remember, you can save up to 20% on our boosts by ordering 3x10ml, 5x10ml and 10x10ml quantities.

Happy Mixing:

Choosing your diluent

It’s the foundations of your perfect vape

There are currently 4 diluents to choose from, all easy to obtain from our online shop. Click here to view them. 

  • Proplyene glycol (PG) which offers the strongest throat hit and greater intensity for some flavours.
  • Vegetable glycerine (VG) which enhances the sweeter tones, and produces much more vapour than a PG base.
  • Aqueous glycerine (AG) which sweetens up your juice and provides the most vapour.
  • 50:50 PG:VG mix which offers you a bit of both! The most popular mix which offers you a bit of both.