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A Quick Guide to Vaping for Beginners [UPDATED 2021]

Looking to make the switch from smoking to vaping but don’t know where to begin? This quick guide will take you through everything a beginner vaper needs to know, including what e-cigarette device in 2021 is best for you, the types of e-liquid available and a brief touch on some of the vaping terminology you may hear.

1. The fundamentals of vaping (MTL vs. DTL)


There are two basic types of vaping styles – mouth-to-lung (MTL) and direct-to-lung (DTL). 

Mouth-to-lung is where you draw the vapour into your mouth first before inhaling into your lungs, and direct-to-lung, as the name suggests, is where you draw the vapour straight to the lungs.

The majority of people switching to vaping from smoking will probably find the mouth-to-lung style more comfortable, as this will ‘feel’ closer to smoking a cigarette. 

Why does this matter? Well, it will determine which e-cigarette device you are best suited to. 

Generally speaking, a mouth-to-lung device will feel less airy and have a tighter draw (harder to pull on); which again, provides a similar sensation to smoking. 

A direct-to-lung set-up will have more airflow and produce more vapour. Typically, these devices are sub-ohm, meaning the coil inside them has a resistance of less than 1 ohm. 

If you are new to vaping, we would recommend avoiding sub-ohm vaping until you become more experienced. You inhale far more vapour with them and need to use lower strength nicotine to counteract this.

Check out our blog post on MTL & DTL Vaping for more detailed information.

2. How does an e-cigarette work?

E-Cigarettes and vaping devices have evolved over the last 10 years from your basic disposables and pen-style to more advanced box mods and innovative pod kits, but fundamentally they work the same way:

  • A battery heats up a coil, which heats up the e-liquid in the pod/tank to form a vapour which is delivered through the mouthpiece.

Below you can learn about the different components that make up an e-cig. These components may look different depending on the type of vape kit you have.

Pod system and tank system components


Provides the power needed to heat the coil. Batteries are available in different capacities, typically the higher the Milliamps Hour (mAh) the longer the battery life. A battery can either produce a fixed-wattage or a variable-wattage output and can be built-in or removable.  


Coils are responsible for heating up the e-liquid in your tank/pod and vaporizing it. A coil has a metal housing containing a wire wrapped around wicking material such as cotton. Coils come in different resistances, depending on if you want to vape MTL or DTL. Coils wear out over time and need to be replaced, typically between a few days and a couple of weeks. 


A tank/pod holds your e-liquid and houses the coil. Traditionally, e-cigarettes had tanks that screw onto the battery, but in the last few years pods have emerged which provide the same function but clip onto the battery for a more flush appearance. Typically, tanks are connected by a 510 connector pin meaning they can be used with a range of batteries across multiple brands, but pods usually only fit the device they were made for.


Where the vapour comes out and where you inhale from. Tank devices usually have a removable drip-tip, whereas in pod devices the mouthpiece is built-in.

Tip: You’ll know when the coil needs replacing when it begins to loose flavour or tastes burnt.

3. Which vaping device should you choose?

With so many different devices on the market, it can be confusing to know which to choose. Here we will quickly breakdown the different types of e-cigarette so you can make a more informed decision when purchasing your first kit. 

Types of Devices

Type of DeviceExampleVaping StyleTank/Pod Used
Cig-a-like (AKA Mini)cig-a-likeMTLDisposable cartridge
Closed Pod Systemnzo-closed-pod-system-kitMTLDisposable pods
Vape PensPen style deviceMTL but increasingly seeing DTL devicesRefillable tanks
Pod Modpod-mod-deviceMTL & DTL devices/coils availableRefillable pods
Box Modbox-mod-deviceMTL & DTL devices/coils availableRefillable tanks
Mechanical/Mech ModmodDTL (NOT FOR BEGINNERS)Rebuildable Tank Atomisers (RTA’s) (NOT FOR BEGINNERS)
Types of vaping devices 2021

Pros and Cons of Each Device

Type of DeviceProsCons
Cig-a-like (AKA Mini)
  • Very easy to set up

  • Very easy to use

  • Very small

  • Looks like a cigarette

  • Reputable brands have built-in safety features
  • Very small battery capacity (won’t last the whole day)

  • Performance can be hit-or-miss

  • Extremely limited in flavour choice

  • No option to customise the vaping experience
  • Closed Pod System
    • Very easy to set up

    • Very easy to use

    • Small/pocket-sized

    • Better battery life than a cig-a-like

    • Reputable brands have built-in safety features
  • Typically have longer battery life than a cig-a-like, but not amazing

  • Limited flavour choice as you can only vape flavours that come in that brand of pod

  • Coil can not be changed, you throw the pod away once the coil has reached the end of its life

  • Disposable pods not eco-friendly or as cost-effective

  • No option to customise the vaping experience
  • Vape Pens
    • Easy to set up

    • Easy to use

    • Replaceable coils

    • A wider range of coil resistances

    • Refillable tanks which you can fill with any flavour e-liquid

    • Reputable brands have built-in safety features

  • Quality can vary, some prone to leaking. Make sure to get a reputable brand

  • More fiddly to do maintenance on (such as cleaning the tank)

  • Maybe a bit too tall in height for some people’s tastes

  • Pod Mod
    • Fairly easy to use with more advanced features available

    • More advanced devices come with variable wattage and level of customisation

    • Larger battery capacities available for longer battery life

    • Refillable pods which you can fill with any flavour e-liquid

    • Can have built-in or removable batteries

    • Reputable brands have built-in safety features
  • Not as simple as the previously listed devices

  • Usually larger than your cig-a-likes and closed pod systems

  • Pods not interchangeable; only takes the pod made for the device
  • Box Mod
    • Depending on the device, ease-of-use can vary

    • More advanced devices come with variable wattage and level of customisation

    • Larger battery capacities available for longer battery life

    • Refillable tanks which you can fill with any flavour e-liquid

    • The majority of tanks and mods are cross-compatible

    • Can have built-in or removable batteries

    • Reputable brands have built-in safety features
  • Certain devices may be too complicated for a beginner

  • Usually larger than your cig-a-likes and closed pod systems
  • Mechanical/Mech Mod
    • Used by sub-ohm enthusiasts to blow huge clouds

    • Instant firing

    • Extremely high power output

    • Able to power extremely low resistance coils

    • Removable battery
  • Usually unregulated and dangerous for a beginner or advanced vaper

  • For DIY enthusiasts who are expert vapers

  • Requires full understanding of Ohms Law

  • No safety features
  • Pros and cons of different vaping devices 2021

    Tip: The larger the milliampere hours (mAh) the longer the battery life.

    4. What e-liquid should you choose?

    E-Liquid has three basic ingredients; PG (Propylene Glycol), VG (Vegetable Glycerin) and flavourings. Nicotine is optional, as you can get e-liquid without nicotine, but 3mg, 6mg, 9mg, 12mg and 18mg strengths are available.


    Beginner vapers are likely to use nicotine to help curb cigarette cravings, but the nicotine level can be reduced over time should they wish. Typically, the strength you will need depends on previous smoking habits and the device used.

    The below table is a handy guide, but be aware that higher-powered box-mods with lower resistance coils (<1ohm AKA sub-ohm)  are best paired with lower nicotine e-liquids, such as a 3mg strength, as you inhale far more vapour and this can be harsh with higher nicotine strengths. 

    E-Liquid StrengthCigarettes Per Day
    3mg1-5 cigarettes daily
    6mgUp to 10 cigarettes daily
    12mgUp to 20 cigarettes daily
    18mg20+ cigarettes daily
    E-Liquid Strength Based Off How Many Cigarettes Smoked

    PG/VG Ratio

    The ratio of PG/VG varies between e-liquids. PG is thought of as a ‘flavour carrier, whereas VG produces clouds and is smoother to vape. You can read more on this in our dedicated PG vs. VG blog post.

    In short:

    • The higher the VG content, the thicker the juice will be. High VG e-liquids typically clog-up MTL coils with a resistance of more than 1ohm but work well for sub-ohm coils with larger holes.
    • The higher the PG content, the thinner the juice will be and more flavourful, but can be harsh to vape at higher levels, especially with a <1ohm (sub-ohm) coil

    Types of E-Liquid



    Premixed e-liquids contain nicotine (optionally) at the point of sale and only come in 10ml due to TPD regulations. They are ready to use and all you have to do is open it, fill your device and vape!


    Shortfills are a newer product that took off after the TPD restricted the sale of e-liquids containing nicotine to 10ml. Shortfills are nicotine-free e-liquid which are usually filled to around 80% of the bottle’s capacity so that it has room for a nic shot which will make it 3mg.
    All our shortfills come with a free optional nic shot. Just add the nic shot to the shortfill to result in a 3mg strength e-liquid!


    Shake & Vape is a beginner mixing kit for when you get a bit more knowledgeable about the PG/VG ratio and flavours you like. The kit comes with everything you need to make 30ml of juice, and there are over 100 flavours to choose from!

    Type of E-LiquidSizeStrengthVG/PG Ratio
    • 10ml
    • 0mg
    • 3mg
    • 6mg
    • 12mg
    • 18mg
    DV – 50VG/50PG
    Djinni – 60VG/40PG
    • 50ml
    • or 60ml with nic shot added.
    • 0mg
    • 3mg (with optional free nic shot)
    Shake & Vape
    • 30ml
    • 0mg
    • 3mg
    • 6mg
    • 12mg
    You choose!

    A note on Flavour Concentrates: If you are a beginner then this is something you shouldn’t worry about for now. Flavour concentrates are used by people who DIY their e-liquid at home; that is, purchase nicotine, diluent and flavour separately and mix it together. It allows for more customisation of the e-liquid.

    Tip: All our vape kits come with an e-liquid best suited to the device and coil it comes with. 

    5. Which e-liquid flavour should you choose?

    Those who are looking to switch from traditional cigarettes to vaping may benefit from vaping a tobacco flavour, to begin with. For a realistic tobacco flavour, try our Virginia or Tobacco e-liquid or for menthol fans, our strong Menthol flavour is for you.

    However, a lot of vapers will move on to tasty flavours like sweet and fruit which further prevents them from wanting to go back to smoking. A recent study by ASH revealed that more vapers use fruit flavoured e-liquid than any other flavour.


    Some of our most popular flavours include Berry Crush, Froot Bomb, Absinthe and Custard.

    6. Vaping Terminology

    Below you will find some of the most common vaping terminologies used today:

    AG: Aqueous Glycerine. Similar to VG diluent but has distilled water making it thinner. Used by DIY mixing enthusiasts. 

    All-Day-Vape: An e-liquid that is ideal for vaping throughout the day

    Atomiser: Another word for a coil

    Cartomizer: The ‘tip’ of a cig-a-like that holds the e-liquid. 

    Cloud Chasing: Term used to describe vapers who like to use sub-ohm devices to blow big clouds of vapour 

    Coil:  Coils are responsible for heating up the e-liquid in your tank/pod and vaporizing it. 

    Diluent: The liquid used to dilute the flavourings in e-liquid. Can be PG, VG or AG.

    Dry hit: What you experience when the coil burns out or you accidentally forget to top-up the e-liquid. Unpleasant taste. 

    DTL: Direct-to-Lung. A vaping style in which the user inhales the vapour directly into the lungs.

    Flooding: When the e-liquid gets inside the coil and ‘floods’ it, causing gurgling and spitting. 

    mAh: Stands for milliamps Hour which measures the capacity of a battery. The higher the mAh, the longer the battery will last.

    Mod: A mod refers to a vaping device that provides options for you to customise your vape. This could include things such as Variable Wattage, Temprature Control and Puff Count.

    MTL: Mouth-to-Lung. A vaping style in which the user takes the vapour into the mouth before inhaling it into the lungs

    Ohms: unit of electrical resistance used to measure the coil resistance. The lower the ohm, the looser the vape draw and the more vapour created. 

    Passthrough: If a device has passthrough technology, it can be charged and used at the same time.

    PG: Propylene Glycol. Referred to as the ‘flavour carrier’, it is a diluent and one of the main ingredients in e-liquid. It has more of a ‘throat hit’ than VG. In some rare cases, people can be allergic to PG and so opt to vape an AG/VG e-liquid.

    Priming: You should prime a coil before using it, meaning you allow it time for the e-liquid to soak into the wicking material inside the coil. This reduces the chance of a ‘Dry Hit’

    RBA: Rebuildable atomiser. Not something you need to know as a beginner.

    RDA: Rebuildable dripping atomiser. Not something you need to know as a beginner.

    Resistance: Refers to the coil resistance. The lower the resistance, the lower the ohm.

    RTA: Rebuildable tank atomiser. Similar to an RDA but has a tank to hold e-liquid. Not something you need to know as a beginner.

    Sub-Ohm: Term used to describe coils that have a resistance of less than one ohm.

    TC (Temperature Control): Some devices have a TC feature that enables you to set a temperature that you want to keep the coil at, rather than adjusting the wattage.

    Throat-hit: The feeling in the throat when you inhale vapour or smoke. Too much of a throat-hit can be deemed ‘harsh’.

    Vape Juice: Another word for e-liquid.

    Vaper: A person who vapes.

    Vaper’s Tongue: A strange phenomenon whereby if you continue to vape the same flavour, it begins to lose taste because you’ve gotten used to it.

    VG: Vegetable Glycerine. A diluent and one of the main ingredients in e-liquid. Has a thick consistency and a slightly sweet taste. 

    VW (Variable Wattage): Some devices have a VW feature that enables you to adjust the wattage and directly control the power output of your device. Different resistance coils need to be vaped at different wattages. 

    Wick: Refers to the cotton/wicking material inside a coil that absorbs the e-liquid.

    7. Conclusion

    The switch to vaping is smooth and uncomplicated – which is largely why it has been so successful.

    “E-cigarettes are now the most popular quitting aid, and have been shown to be to be nearly twice as successful in helping smokers quit as traditional Nicotine Replacement Therapy when used with behavioural support in smoking cessation clinics” – ASH, 2019

    There are so many stories about the difference vaping makes to peoples lives, we are happy and proud to be a small part of it.

    Once you feel confident about vaping why not try mixing your own flavour concoctions – the possibilities are endless!

    For more information, or if you need help with any of our products please do not hesitate to contact us: [email protected]

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    What is Sub-Ohm, MTL & DTL Vaping? Easy Guide! [UPDATED 2021]

    Date first published: 05/09/18. Date modified: 06/07/21

    The vaping world is constantly evolving and the range of devices available to us has exploded, making it very confusing for a first time vaper to understand the differences between them. 

    Even on our site, we label vaping kits as either starter MTL kits or sub-ohm DTL kits, and to a beginner vaper, they may look the same, but there are important differences.

    In this blog post, we will quickly clear up the differences between sub-ohm devices, MTL devices, and newer hybrid devices, so you can be confident that the device you’re buying is right for you. Buying the wrong device is the biggest setback to those looking to switch from smoking to vaping.

    If you are completely new to vaping, you may want to start with our Quick Guide to Vaping, which covers everything a beginner needs to know and some popular terminology.

    Mouth-to-Lung vs. Direct-to-Lung
    What does direct-to-lung (DTL) vaping mean?

    DTL stands for direct-to-lung. With DTL vaping, you slowly and smoothly inhale the vapour directly to your lungs, as though you are ‘breathing’ the vapour in, then exhale a magnificent cloud. You don’t necessarily have to fill your lungs like the cloud-chasers do, but can take smaller inhales if you prefer.

    What does mouth-to-lung (MTL) vaping mean?

    MTL stands for mouth-to-lung. Considered much more similar to cigarette smoking than the aforementioned inhale, MTL inhales follow the principle of drawing the vapour into the mouth first and then inhaling to the lungs, before exhaling a smaller volume of vapour.

    Is it better to inhale DTL or MTL when vaping?

    There is no right way or wrong way to inhale, it’s down to personal preference. However, if you want to blow the biggest clouds then inhaling DTL using a sub-ohm device is the way to go. You are also unlikely to vape MTL on a sub-ohm device that combines high power and increased airflow in the tank, as it’ll probably make you cough from the amount of vapour. 

    It is important to note that not all sub-ohm devices are vaped in a DTL way, nor are all MTL devices are vaped in an MTL way. This is down to personal vaping preference, but in most cases, sub-ohm devices are vaped with a DTL inhale.

    Sub-Ohm Devices Explained

    What is Sub-Ohm Vaping?

    Sub-ohm vaping is a style of vaping that produces big clouds of vapour and intense flavour.

    This is achieved through using a sub-ohm device, which pairs low resistance coils that are less than 1ohm (eg. a 0.5ohm coil) with a battery that can output a high wattage (a lot of power! eg. 150W).

    In fact, ‘sub-ohm’ literally means ‘below 1ohm of resistance’.

    Nowadays, you can get hybrid devices that can power both sub-ohm coils and MTL coils, such as the Smok Nord 4, which is a 5W to 80W device that can power 0.15Ω to 2.5Ω coils.

    However, these hybrid devices provide a “restricted” DTL vaping experience. Advanced vapers looking to have the full DTL experience, should choose a dedicated sub-ohm kit such as the Geekvape Aegis Legend 2. Dedicated sub-ohm kits include powerful batteries and a tank or pod with large airflow openings, which work well with sub-ohm coils to produce large clouds of vapour.

    Sub-ohm devices aren’t usually the best option for new vapers; their low resistance coils (<1 ohm) need a lot more power and produce more vapour than MTL devices, which is great for flavour intensity, but not so great when you want to vape higher strength (>0.6mg) as it will be harsh and may even give you a headache if you vape too much. Sub-ohm devices are also more likely to make a new vaper cough and be put off from vaping altogether.

    Sub-ohm coils require more power to vape than coils above 1ohm. A 0.2ohm coil requires a wattage of 30-150W, but this range varies between types (the coil will say on it what wattage is best).

    Why Do People Sub-Ohm Vape?

    Vapers use sub-ohm devices because they deliver more flavour and produce thick clouds of vapour. These are the devices vapers use to perform vape tricks or ‘cloud chase’.

    Sub-Ohm Tank (with disposable coil)
    Perfect for those new to sub-ohming. These tanks are traditional in style (similar to an MTL tank), with a chamber to store e-liquid and a coil of under 1ohm that can be easily disposed of and replaced. Sub-Ohm tanks tend to have a 510 connector, making them compatible with a wide range of mods. An example of this is the Freemax Fireluke 3.
    Sub-Ohm Pod (with disposable coil)
    Over the past year pod systems that cater to sub-ohm vapers have emerged. These are usually paired with smaller, pocket-sized devices for a more convenient sub-ohm vape.
    Unlike tanks which can be completely disassembled, the only part of a pod that can be changed is the coil. Pods are usually only compatible with the device or brand they’re made for, but pods that fit a 510 adaptor have been released. An example of these are pods available with the new Voopoo Drag X Pro Kit.
    Rebuildable Tank Atomiser (RTA)
     These tanks have a chamber to store e-liquid, but lets you build your own coil to your desired resistance on the deck/base. Some RTA’s can be built with more than one coil which provides a thicker vape. An example of this is the popular Dead Rabbit RTA.
    Rebuildable Dripping Atomiser (RDA)
    This tank also has a deck on which you build your own coil but there is no chamber for your e-liquid to be stored, instead you ‘drip’ the e-liquid straight onto the coil until it is saturated, pop the top back on and puff. You usually can have two or three puffs before needing to ‘drip’ the atomiser once more.
    Without a chamber, there is less distance for the vapour to travel, this coupled with increased airflow and a large surface area on the coil, means RDA’s produce the biggest clouds and the most flavour. An example of this is the Hellvape Rebirth RDA.
    Rebuildable Dripping Tank Atomiser (RDTA)
    An RDTA is a type of RTA that features a tank that stores e-liquid into which the deck sits above and wicks hang into. This is less popular than the other tanks.
    Types of Sub-Ohm Tanks 2021

    It is extremely important to have a thorough understanding of ohms law before you build your own coils.

    What E-Liquid Should I Use With My Sub-Ohm Device?

    Typically those who vape with a sub-ohm device prefer juice with higher vegetable glycerin (VG) to propylene glycol (PG) ratio because it produces more vapour and has less of a throat hit which enables a longer DTL inhale.

    Those using a sub-ohm device will prefer a lower strength e-liquid, typically no higher than 6mg/ml as more nicotine is delivered through the larger intake of vapour, and higher strengths will be too harsh with a sub-ohm coil.


    Here at Decadent Vapours, we have crafted a range of shortfills with a higher VG base that works well with sub-ohm coils and devices. These shortfills are 0mg but come with an optional free nic shot, which makes the e-liquid 3mg when added to the bottle. 

    Is Sub-Ohm Vaping Dangerous?

    For those sticking to regular pre-built coils and using regulated devices such as those found in our range of sub-ohm kits, then it is just as safe as regular vaping devices.

    If you are wanting to use a RDA or RTA to build your own coils, make sure are confident in your knowledge of ohm’s law and how different coil resistances and wattage work together. Watch tutorials, read up on them, and make sure you have the correct testing equipment and tools.

    There have been cases in the past where the mod batteries, typically tube mods, used for sub-ohming have exploded due to poor care or ignorance. The FDA has put together this handy pamphlet to avoid battery explosion, which you may find useful.

    Mouth-to-Lung (MTL) Devices Explained

    What is an MTL Vaping device?

    These are the traditional vaping devices that output less power than a sub-ohm device. The coils used are usually above 1ohm, and the tank or pod has a tighter airflow, allowing the draw to feel similar to that of a cigarette.

    There is less vapour production with an MTL device, making it a more discreet vape and perfect for those who have just made the switch to vaping.

    What E-Liquid Should I Use With My MTL Device?

    A good ratio is about 50VG/50PG as this provides a smooth vape with plenty of flavour. Too higher a VG ratio will clog up the coil quickly as it is more viscous and MTL coils have smaller wicking holes, so avoid e-liquids with a VG content higher than 60%. 

    On the other end of the spectrum; too high a Higher PG ratio will make the vape harsher.


    Our premixed e-liquid range is suitable for all MTL devices and features a range of complex flavours to suit all tastes. Our nicotine is some of the finest in the market – filtered, titrated and diluted from 100% pharmaceutical grade nicotine in our proprietary 13-step process to craft the purest and cleanest nicotine, without any ‘peppery’ taste.

    Read up on the difference between PG and VG in our blog post: PG vs. VG: What are they & how do they affect the way you vape?

    What Is the Difference Between Sub-Ohm Kits and MTL Starter Kits?

    Sub-Ohm KitsMTL Kits
    Example Sub-Ohm Kit: Arcfox

    Powerful battery: Between 50W and 150W is the most common, but some kits can reach 200W and beyond! 
    Example MTL Kit: Nord 2

    Smaller battery: Between 1W and 50W is the most common.
    Tank: Regular, Pod, RTA, RDA, RDTATank: Regular or Pod
    Coil: Resistance less than 1ohm (<1Ω)Coil: Resistance more than 1ohm (>1Ω)
    E-Liquid: High VG | Nic Strength less than 6mg (eg. shortfills)E-Liquid: 50VG/50PG | Nic Strength up to 18mg (eg. premixed range)
    Sub-Ohm Kits Vs. MTL Kits


  • Sub-Ohm is a style of vaping that produces large clouds of vapour and intense flavour.
  • Sub-ohm devices typically have a powerful ‘mod’ style battery that heats up a low-resistance coil (less than 1ohm).
  • Those that use sub-ohm devices tend to inhale DTL and use higher VG e-liquid with a lower nicotine strength than an MTL vaper would use, due to the sheer amount of vapour inhaled.
  • MTL devices output less power than a sub-ohm device and use a tank paired with a coil that has a resistance higher than 1ohm. This produces a draw similar to that of a cigarette, and less vapour is created.
  • Beginner vapers usually use MTL or restricted-DTL vaping devices before moving on to more complex sub-ohm devices.
  • It is down to personal preference what style of vaping you enjoy.

  • PG vs. VG: What are they & which is better? [UPDATED 2021]

    Date first published: 26/01/20. Date modified: 08/06/21.

    The two most common ingredients in e-liquid are Propylene Glycol (PG) and Vegetable Glycerine (VG). These form the base of the e-liquid, to which the flavour concentrate and nicotine (optional) is added.

    Commonly, e-liquid will be made from a combination of both PG and VG and the ratio is usually stated on the bottle (eg. 70VG/30PG). But what are Propylene Glycol and Vegetable Glycerine? In this quick and easy guide, we explain what they are, the differences between them, and the benefits of each, so you can decide which ratio will work best for you.

    What is PG and VG in e-liquid?

    Propylene Glycol (PG) and Vegetable Glycerine (VG) form the base of all e-liquids and affect the liquid’s thickness, flavour intensity, throat-hit and vapour production.

    Different e-liquids have different PG/VG ratios. The PG/VG ratio you need will be determined by your device and coil setup, as well as your personal preference.

    What’s the difference between PG and VG?

    What is Propylene Glycol (PG)?

    • Propylene Glycol is a colourless and odourless synthetic liquid used as a base for e-liquid.
    • PG produces a much stronger ‘throat-hit’ than VG, mimicking the sensation of smoking. Due to this, you will rarely see an e-liquid with a higher PG ratio of 70% as the vape becomes too harsh.
    • It has a thinner consistency than VG.
    • It is often considered a ‘flavour carrier’, as its presence helps boost the flavours added to it.
    • PG is a common ingredient in many foods and products that you use daily, such as toothpaste, soft drinks, bread and dairy products where it is used as an antioxidant, moisture preserver and stabilizer. It is also used in fog machines to create artificial stage smoke.
    • The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has classified propylene glycol as “generally recognized as safe”.

    What is Vegetable Glycerine (VG)?

    • Vegetable Glycerine is a colourless and odourless natural, syrup-like liquid extracted from vegetable oils.
    • VG produces more vapour than PG and has a smoother ‘throat-hit’, making it ideal for ‘cloud-chasing’ with a sub-ohm device.
    • It has a thicker consistency than PG. Due to this, you will rarely see an e-liquid with a higher VG ratio of 80% as the liquid becomes extremely thick and clogs up coils.
    • VG has a slightly sweet taste which can have a small effect on the overall taste of the e-liquid.
    • VG is commonly found in food, cosmetic and pharmaceutical products, as it provides several benefits. For example, VG provides a sweet taste and can stop ice crystals from forming in frozen foods such as ice cream.
    • The FDA has classified vegetable glycerine as “generally recognised as safe”.

    The more VG there is in the e-liquid, the longer it’ll take for it to absorb into the wick. This is because the thicker consistency e-liquid takes longer to absorb into the wicking material inside the coil. Make sure you’ve given it enough time to absorb between puffs, or you risk having a nasty ‘dry hit’.

    Most common e-liquid ratios

    One of the most common PG/VG ratios for premixed e-liquid.
    Shop 50/50 >
    Above 1ohm
    An all-rounder, found in our Djinni premixed range.
    Shop 60/40 >
    One of the most common PG/VG ratios for shortfills.
    Shop 70/30 >
    Below 1ohm
    100% VG
    Rarely found. For those with PG sensitivities, or are just focused on blowing the biggest vape cloud (AKA ‘cloud chasers).
    Below 0.5ohm
    LowExtremely HighExtremely Low
    Common e-liquid PG/VG ratios.

    What is the best PG/VG ratio?

    The PG/VG ratio you use will depend on what vaping device and coil pairing you have.

    Image: Geekvape Aegis Pod

    Mouth-to-Lung (MTL) devices with coils that have a resistance of above 1ohm (Ω) tend to work best with e-liquids that are made up of 60% VG or less. 

    Above 60% VG the liquid becomes too thick for these coils, causing them to clog up and stop working. Therefore, e-liquids with ratios such as 50PG/50VG or 40PG/60VG would be the best choice for these devices.

    Image: Voopoo Drag 3

    Direct-to-Lung (DTL) and Sub-Ohm devices typically have coils that have a resistance of less than 1ohm (Ω) and work best with e-liquids that are made up of 70% VG or more.

    These coils are designed to work well with thicker VG heavy e-liquids. The higher VG content, paired with low resistance coils, produces far larger and denser vapour clouds. Shortfills with a high VG ratio would be the best choice.

    This is a general rule-of-thumb, but you may find some newer coils designed for MTL vaping can accommodate higher VG e-liquids.

    Hint: If you’re confused about the MTL and DTL terminology, take a look at our guide on the difference between Sub-Ohm, MTL and DTL Vaping.

    What is the best PG/VG ratio for flavour?

    There is a reason why many vapers move towards sub-ohm devices as they become more experienced, and that is flavour (and big clouds!).

    Although PG is a ‘flavour carrier’, the flavour intensity of higher-PG e-liquids are hindered by the device and coil used. In comparison, sub-ohm devices paired with higher VG e-liquid, produce double the vapour and thus double the flavour! 

    Some people find different PG/VG ratios work well with different flavour types. For example, the sweetness and full-bodied thick vape of VG compliment the custardy sweet dessert flavours, whilst PG brings out the best in fruit and tobacco flavours.

    How does the PG/VG ratio affect the nicotine strength I need?

    You may have noticed that e-liquid with a higher PG ratio is available in higher nicotine strengths, whereas higher VG ratio e-liquids typically only reach 3mg. This is because when you vape using a DTL sub-ohm device that’s suited to VG heavy e-liquids, you tend to inhale more vapour (and more nicotine) than you would with an MTL device. Higher nicotine levels would be too harsh in these circumstances. 


    What’s the difference between PG and VG nicotine (nic shots)?

    Nic shots contain a concentrated amount of nicotine dissolved in PG, VG or a mixture of both. Nic shots are unflavoured and used to increase the strength of shortfills and other nicotine-free e-liquids. However, adding them to e-liquid will dilute the other ingredients and have an impact on the overall PG/VG ratio.

    If you’re a beginner, then this isn’t something you need to concern yourself with. The nic shots you get for free with our shortfills contain the perfect PG/VG ratio and level of nicotine to create a 70VG/30PG 3mg shortfill.

    However, if you begin to mix your own e-liquid, then the nic shot PG/VG base is something you can play around with. DIY e-liquid mixers usually find nic shots with a PG base easier to work with due to thinner liquid consistency.

    If you like the sound of this, check out our handy beginners guide to DIY e-liquid mixing.

    Are PG and VG safe to vape?

    Propylene Glycol and Vegetable Glycerine have been consumed by humans for decades. Both are considered safe for human consumption by US, European and UK food authorities. In fact, PG and VG are common ingredients in many foods, cosmetic and pharmaceutical products.

    PG can commonly be found in:

      • Toothpaste
      • Medical products (oral, topical, rectal, inhalation, injectable and drop (eye, ear, and nose))
      • Theatrical smoke (stage smoke)

    VG can commonly be found in:

      • Ice cream and other frozen goods
      • Cakes and other baked goods
      • Natural sweeteners
    When it comes to its safety in e-liquid, it is important to note that e-liquid is tightly regulated, especially here in the UK. The TPD, which came into force in the UK in 2014, requires e-liquid and their ingredients to meet strict safety standards and be tested regularly. 

    Vaping is not considered completely risk free, but the leading health organisations in the UK, including the Royal College of General Practitioners, British Medical Association and Cancer Research UK agree that vaping is far less harmful than smoking. Based on the currently available evidence, Public Health England and the Royal College of Physicians estimate they are at least 95% less harmful than traditional combustible cigarettes.

    PG Sensitivity and Allergies

    In rare cases, people can have sensitivity or allergies to PG, so they choose to vape pure VG-base e-liquid. If you experience any unusual symptoms or irritations stop vaping immediately and consult your doctor if necessary. 

    If you have just made the switch to vaping, it is likely vaping e-liquid containing PG will cause a dry mouth and sore throat so it is important to stay hydrated. Some people may experience a cough, which will subside within a few weeks.


    • Propylene Glycol (PG) and Vegetable Glycerine (VG) form the base of the e-liquid, to which flavour and nicotine are added.
    • E-liquid contains a mixture of both PG and VG, with the ratio stated on the bottle. 
    • The PG/VG ratio you need depends on your personal preference and the coil resistance used. 
    • Higher VG liquids work better with lower resistance coils (less than 1ohm), whilst 50/50 e-liquids work well with higher resistance coils (more than 1ohm).
    • High VG e-liquids produce more vapour and have a smoother throat-hit, but the liquid is thick and can clog up coils quickly.
    • E-liquids with more PG give more of a throat-hit and a sharper flavour. The liquid is thinner than VG, making it ideal for use with coils above 1ohm.
    • VG heavy e-liquids usually have a nicotine strength of 3mg or less, as anything above this becomes too harsh. 
    • 50/50 e-liquids come premixed with nicotine up to 18mg.
    • For more of a traditional smoking sensation, use an MTL device with a coil of above 1ohm, paired with 50/50 e-liquid. 
    • For maximum flavour, use a sub-ohm coil and higher VG liquid. You inhale double the vapour, and thus double the flavour!
    • It’s up to you whether you prefer to vape with an MTL or a Sub-Ohm device. Check out our Guide to DTL, MTL and Sub-Ohm for more information on this!

    Decadent Vapours and nzo Collaborate on New Generation Pod System


    Decadent Vapours, an industry leader in premium e-liquid manufacturing is excited to announce a collaboration with nzo, a global brand in the vaping industry who will provide a new generation pod system filled with Decadent Vapours e-liquid.

    The nzo device and flavour pods were launched at The Vaper Expo at the London Olympia last Friday (14/02/2020) and have already been flying off the shelves, with feedback from vapers being highly positive, especially by those looking for a simple alternative to smoking.

    The new nzo pod system is designed with ease-of-use in mind. No mess, no hassle, simply choose a flavour and slot the pre-filled pod into the device and inhale. The device is compact in size, lightweight and has a long battery life making it perfect for when you are on the go. 

    Not only does the device have superior performance, but the design has been inspired by the lightweight feel and smooth lines of Italian supercars; sleek in its looks, light and tactile in the hand. 

    nzo disposable pods have been designed with airflow and a fuller, smoother flavour in mind. Each pod contains 1.7ml of e-liquid – up to 2 times more than most other pod systems on the market – without the additional cost. Pods are also available in nicotine ranges from 0mg to 20mg, supporting smokers in reducing their nicotine exposure to nil. When the pod is empty, just replace with a full pod – there is no need to refill. 

    Decadent Vapours will be supplying three of their top flavours to be incorporated into the nzo closed pod system. 

    • American Red: a comforting and familiar tobacco flavour with a soft nutty sweetness and smooth smokey overtones.
    • Frostbite: an energizing vape of icy menthol and cool, clean peppermint.
    • Walter Malone: an incredibly refreshing vape of sun-kissed juicy watermelon

    Each nzo pod starter kit contains a nzo device, three pre-filled pods in the flavour of your choice and an innovative USB magnetic charging cable. 

    This is the best pod kit for those looking for convenience and superior performance, or for those making the switch from ‘traditional;’ cigarettes, with each nzo pod lasting twice as long as a pack of 20 cigarettes. 

    Each device comes with one-year limited warranty, so in the unlikely event you run into problems, simply get in touch and we will replace the device.

    Currently, pods are available in 18mg Decadent flavours and 20mg Red Liquid salt flavour as this is the ideal strength for most smokers looking to make the switch. In the next few weeks, we will be releasing 6mg and 12mg, and other nic salt flavours from Red Liquids and Pacha Mama.


    The Complete Guide to DIY E-Liquid Mixing & Flavour Concentrates

    Introduction to DIY E-Liquid Mixing

    Once you’ve been vaping a while, you may want to move into creating your own e-liquid at home. This may seem a daunting task to begin with but once you understand the fundamentals of DIY e-liquid mixing you’ll easily be able to mix up a big batch of e-liquid crafted to your individual taste.


    Click to jump to the section:

    1. What is DIY E-Liquid Mixing?
    2. Benefits of DIY E-Liquid Mixing
    3. What Do I Need to Create My Own E-Liquid?
    4. What Strength Nic Shot Should I Buy?
    5. How Do I Mix My Own E-Liquid?
    6. Do I Need to Steep My DIY E-Liquid Mixture?
    7. Where Should I Store My E-Liquid?
    8. How Long Will My DIY E-Liquid Last?

    What is DIY E-Liquid Mixing?

    DIY E-Liquid Mixing is what a lot of vapers do to cut down on costs and tailor flavours to their own individual tastes. You buy your choice of flavour concentrates, diluent (PG/VG) and optionally mixer and nicotine. You can mix different flavours together and develop your own e-liquid recipes that are unique and of your own choosing; it can also be a lot of fun! It’s simple to begin and we will walk you through everything you need to know in this guide.

    6 Benefits of DIY E-Liquid Mixing

    There are numerous benefits to making your own liquid which we have detailed below:

    1. Cost-saving through bulk purchases.

      Great value for money. It can be expensive to keep buying 10ml or 60ml bottles of your favourite vape juice, but DIY e-liquid mixing allows you to buy larger quantities of flavour concentrates leading to a lower cost in the long-run. For example, a 10ml bottle of e-liquid could cost you £5 but when buying bulk ingredients you can bring the cost for a 10ml bottle down to just £1.69 (based off purchasing 100ml of diluent, flavour concentrates and nicotine).

    2. Craft the taste to suit you.

      Perhaps you like a particular flavour but wish it was a bit less sweet? When you mix your own e-liquid you can control how much sweetness (or creaminess) you would want, by only adding a small amount of mixer or omitting it altogether. Mixers include brown sugar, cream, icicle drops, menthol, sour and sweetener.

    3. Create your own unique flavours.

      Ever been looking for a vape juice flavour that doesn’t exist? With DIY e-liquid mixing, you can take matters into your own hands and create that unique flavour yourself from a combination of multiple e-liquid flavour concentrates.

    4. Control the nicotine content.

      With premixed e-liquid’s you typically have the choice of nicotine strengths of 0mg, 3mg, 6mg, 12mg or 18mg. When you mix your own DIY e-liquid you are able to control this level of nicotine more precisely, so in theory could make an 8mg strength nicotine, which would be perfect if you find 12mg too high and 6mg too low.

    5. Choose the right PG/VG ratio for you.

      Vapers have different PG/VG ratio preferences based on their own personal taste or the types of device you are using. Some people may also be sensitive or have an allergy to PG so need a completely VG based e-liquid. When you mix your own e-liquid you have the option to tailor the PG/VG ratio to you.

    6. Prevent ‘Vapers Tongue’.

      Vapers tongue occurs when you’ve been vaping the same flavour for a long time and you begin to get used to the flavour and you can’t taste it as much anymore. When you mix your own e-liquid, you can change up the recipe between batches to keep your taste buds active.

    What Do I Need to Make My Own E-Liquid?

    1. E-Liquid Flavour Concentrates.

      E-Liquid concentrates are what give your juice flavour. You can either use one single flavour or experiment by mixing together different flavours to come up with your own unique taste. We stock over 100 different flavours, that can make thousands of different flavour combinations; so you’ll never get bored.

    2. Diluent

      Diluents are liquids that are used to dilute your e-liquid mix. This is essential as the nicotine and flavourings are highly concentrated, and the diluent helps “carry” the flavour. The most common diluent is propylene glycol (PG) and vegetable glycerin (VG), but Aqueous Glycerine (AG) is also available. AG is similar to VG, but with the added benefits of it being easier to pour and less likely to gunk up your coils due to the presence of distilled water. You can read more about the difference between these diluent bases and find out which would suit you better in our blog post: PG vs VG.

    3. Nicotine – Nic Shot (optional).

      Nic shots are diluted with a base before bottling, you can choose the PG/VG ratio that corresponds to your chosen diluent. One thing to remember, is that nicotine has a taste of it’s own, so adding more to a e-liquid mix can alter the flavour of the juice. Ensure you give the nic shot a good shake before use.

    4. Mixer (optional).

      Another optional add on. Mixers are very concentrated forms of flavourings such as brown sugar, cream, icicle drops, menthol, sour and sweetener. You only need a few drops of these in your e-liquid mix for it to radically alter the taste. Start by adding just 1-3 drops per 10ml of juice.

    5. Bottles.

      You’ll need some clean bottles or containers to mix the juice in and store it. We find squeezable plastic bottles the easiest to use. Bottles with tinted glass/plastic are also useful for protecting the liquid from breaking down in the light.

    6. Labels.

      Keep track of which e-liquid is in each bottle and the mix you used by using stick-on labels.

    7. Syringe or scale that measures up to 2 decimal places.

      A syringe or scale helps you easily measure and dispense the ingredients.

    8. Gloves.

      Nicotine can be absorbed through the skin so it’s best to wear latex gloves when mixing your e-liquid just in case there are any spillages.

    What Strength Nicotine Do I Need for DIY E-Liquid Making?

    The formula to know how much of a nicotine liquid to add to the e-liquid mixture is: 

    Target Strength / Starting Strength * Total Liquid Amount

    An example would be that you want 30mls of 0.6% (6ml) strength juice and you have 1.8% (18mg) nicotine liquid. So, 0.6 / 1.8 * 30 = 10ml. You would need 10ml of 1.8% (18mg) nicotine liquid to make 30ml’s of a 0.6% (6mg) strength juice.

    If we stick to the 30ml total liquid amount example:

    Quick Reference Tables

    Starting with an 18mg (1.8%) nic shot


    Starting with 9mg (0.9%) nic shot


    How Do I Mix My Own E-Liquid?

    There are only two or three main ingredients you need to create an e-liquid. The first is diluent to which you add a flavour concentrate or a selection of flavour concentrates. Nicotine is optional and so is a mixer (such as a sweetener).

    PG/VG ratio is a personal preference and depends on the device you are using. If you are vaping sub-ohm, you should be able to use e-liquid with a higher VG ratio.

    Before Beginning:

    Calculate the percentages of each ingredient you will need. If mixing nicotine you can follow our guide above to work out how much you need or you may find it helpful to use a DIY e-liquid calculator.

    We recommend putting on gloves before beginning to mix your own e-liquid to prevent cross-contamination and prevent nicotine liquid from coming in contact with the skin. 

    Gather everything you need to mix your e-liquid as mentioned above and have an empty container or bottle ready. Ensure the area you are working in is sterile and always thoroughly clean instruments and bottles after use.

    Mixing DIY E-Liquid Steps:

    1. Base.

      Using the syringe or scales measure out your diluent and place into the empty bottle or container.

    2. Nicotine (Optional).

      If you are adding nicotine then shake the bottle, measure your required amount, and add to the base. It’s best to add too little than too much nicotine, so start small. Nicotine can also affect the flavour of the final mixture.

    3. Flavours.

      Add the flavour concentrates you want to the mixture. If you are following an e-liquid recipe which states you need 3% strawberry, this means 3% of the total mixture must be strawberry flavour concentrate. For example, if you are making 30ml of liquid you would require 1.2ml of strawberry flavouring (0.03*30=1.2).

    4. SHAKE!

      Make sure the bottle or container is sealed shut and then shake the mixture vigorously to combine all ingredients.

    5. Steep.

      You have the option to steep the mixture to let the flavours mature over time. Decadent Vapours flavour concentrates do not require you to steep, but like a fine wine, they do get better with age.

    6. Vape!

      Test out your creation! There will be a lot of trial and error when you first start out. With practice, you will begin to craft your very own delicious e-liquid recipes and save money in the long-run.

    If you are confused about where to start, we recommend purchasing a Shake & Vape Kit which contains everything you need to get started. You simply mix together the three 10ml bottles in the 30ml empty bottle provided in the kit, shake and vape! There is no need to steep, so if you can’t wait to try your creation, you can vape it straight away. 


    Do I Need to Steep My DIY E-Liquid Mixture?

    This depends on where you purchase your concentrates and ingredients. Certain ingredients may require you to steep the juice for at least 5 days before it can be used, whereas with our concentrates, you can vape the mixture straight away but the flavour profile will still develop over time.

    Certain mixtures will need to steep for some time to let the flavours mix, settle and become more pronounced. Typically creamy dessert based mixtures take longer to steep than fruity flavours but this varies with every mix. 

    Where Should I Store My E-Liquid?

    Keep your e-liquid mixture in a child-proof sealed bottle or container and store out of the reach of children and pets. Ideally, keep the e-liquid in a cool dark place out of the way of direct sunlight which can break down your mixture. It’s normal for your e-liquid to change colour over time.

    How Long Will My DIY E-Liquid Last?

    This will depend on a number of factors such as where you stored it and its exposure to oxygen. If the e-liquid has been in sunlight or heat, the compounds begin to break down and affect flavour and nicotine strength. If stored correctly, e-liquid can last up to two years but this is an estimation and your e-liquid may deteriorate before this.

    You can tell if your e-liquid has expired by checking to see if it has separated. Over time the denser elements of the e-liquid will sink and the lighter elements will come to the top, if they don’t mix together again after a shake then it may be time to dispose of the mixture.

    Smell and taste will also change over time, so if this becomes unpleasant then dispose of the mixture. 

    Important Things to Note When Mixing Your Own E-Liquid

    • Ensure you mix in a clean and sterile environment 
    • Use clean bottles and instruments
    • Wear latex gloves
    • Wash your hands before and after mixing
    • Wear appropriate clothing which you wouldn’t mind getting some juice on
    • For extra safety wear an eye mask and face mask

    There’s a whole new world of e-liquid flavours just waiting to be unlocked through DIY e-liquid. The mixing process doesn’t take long at all and the process of crafting your own flavours over time can be very rewarding. Have fun with the wonderful world of DIY e-liquid mixing!

    ALL Vaping Myths Debunked!

    Frequently, you will find the media blow things out of proportion with their scaremongering news and negative press around vaping.

    Cigarettes are attributed to 16% of all deaths in the UK, and whilst millions of people have already made the switch to vaping, some are deterred due to scaremongering news and negative press which focuses on a small number of people with a loose link to e-cigarettes, which in many cases is just false information.

    What Are the Benefits of Nicotine Free E-Liquid?

    Here at Decadent Vapours – we have always given vapers the chance to purchase our e-liquids in 0% or nicotine-free variants. You can choose from over 30 different nicotine-free e-liquid flavours, ranging from comforting desserts, to powerful and revitalising menthols.

    It’s very common for vapers over the years to gradually drop their nicotine strengths; with the move to 0% or zero nicotine being a natural progression – while some switch to 0% the moment they make the switch from smoking.

    About Our E-liquid with Nicotine

    Many smokers making the switch to vaping will need nicotine in their e-liquid to curb their cravings. And that’s why here at DV we offer a full variety of e-liquids with nicotine, from 0.3% all the way up to the legal limit of 1.8%. We also offer our nicotine boosts, to allow DIY enthusiasts to buy nicotine separately, in order to mix to their own specification.

    A History of Vaping

    Here at DV we all love a good vape, and as it turns out, so did our ancestors! The Ancient Egyptians were known to ‘vape’ herbs and oils by using hot stones and the well-known shisha has been widely used in India for thousands of years, before making its way into Western hands. There, a fine Victorian fellow by the name of Dr Nelson invented the ‘Nelson inhaler’ in 1865 to treat various respiratory ailments through the inhalation of drugs and other, remedial substances.

    E-liquid Mixing Tips

    For vaping beginners, the thought of actually mixing your own flavours may seem a bit daunting, but once tried, it can be an incredibly fun and extremely rewarding pastime.

    One of the many advantages of vaping, beyond the obvious health benefits, is the variety it offers. Smokers tend to find a cigarette they like and stick with it, but with vaping, as with a cup of your favourite hot beverage, you really can have it exactly how you want it.

    Victory! Decadent Vapours win in 5 categories at the ECIGCLICK awards!

    Thanks to the sterling support of DV’s customers, we’re delighted to report that we were victorious at the 2015 ECIGCLICK awards, winning in five categories!

    To thank you for helping us a achieve a victory sweeter than Welsh Taffi mixed with Candyfloss, we’ll be announcing our biggest give away yet in the very near future.