The e-liquid industry is a crowded place. For the smoker with the aim of replacing their habit of smoking tobacco with the steam of an electronic cigar, the adventure through this real labyrinth of e-liquids in search of a pleasant taste, can be a challenge. What are the main types of e-liquid tobacco? What is e-Net NET? What is a WTA e-liquid? Which one tastes better? Are there additional risks to think about? Here is a brief review of the options.
Traditional Tobacco E-LiquidsMost tobacco flavored e-liquids simply attempt to recreate tobacco flavor using natural and artificial flavorings. In fact, these are "normal", traditional e-liquids that claim to reproduce the flavor of tobacco, and - frankly - often fail miserably in capturing some element of true taste (often with a flavor that is stale and Unpleasant) .. actually do not hit the target too well.
Â Some mixers consume absolute tobacco or tobacco extract (these are more or less the same thing), they offer a dry, smoky ash taste and can bring much more authenticity to the taste of an e-liquid. These extracts are very concentrated, however, if the dosage of flavoring is too much in an e-liquid the taste can quickly become unpleasant. In addition, the taste of absolute tobacco is only that of a variety of tobacco, and so does not allow the exploration of the variety of tobaccos by the connoisseurs.