Propylen glycol (PG) - Base for liquids

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Propylene glycol for DIY eliquids

Propylene glycol (abbr. PG) is one of the two main ingredients of e-bases. It is colorless, taste- and odorless and is known to be not harmful to health. It has been used in the cosmetics, food and pharmaceutical industries for a long time. As PG matches perfectly with the flavoring it is responsible for the great taste. If you prefer amazing clouds and impressive tricks however, you need to increase the part of the other important compound: Vegetable glycerin (abbr. VG). Nevertheless, there are places where eye-catching vaping might not be desired. You do fine with a higher PG, then.

my-eliquid only uses German Pharmacopoeia grade PG. You can choose nicotine free PG as well as various nicotine levels.

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Which liquid would you like to vape today?

There’s no doubt: what kind of liquid tastes best is the most exciting yet most difficult question for each vaper. There’s an endless range of different liquids and everyone has another favorite one. Selecting one flavor depends not only on the situation, the season but also on your personality. What about some tobacco flavored e-liquid? Or a refreshing fruit flavored one? You prefer a liquid inspired by your preferred drink? You are the only one to choose!

Which flavor concentrate is best for me

That’s a question only you have the answer to. There are countless different flavors and when combinedno two custom blends taste alike. So you have so many options when deciding to mix two or more flavors. When relaxing in the sun you might prefer a cooling flavor such as some menthol flavored fruity one. Cold cuddly winter nights however will get even more comfortable with a gingerbread or baked apple flavor. So don’t hesitate and start finding your own exciting flavors today!

Are you still undecided?

It may take some time until you have found the right ratio of bases to obtain the desired flavour and steam development. Do not let this discourage you. Tips and tricks can be found in our "Good to know" section or on our blog. We are also happy to advise you on site at one of our two branches in Munich.