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March 09, 2020 2 min read

Have you ever had an awesome tasting e-liquid and before you've even finished the bottle, you start lose it's true flavour? We have, and it's the worst! There's a few reasons why and we have solutions for you!

First thing's first: check your coil! Sweeter flavours tend to deteriorate coils a lot quicker. If your cotton is brown or black, you're definitely due for a coil change.

If your coil looks perfectly fine and is not burnt, then you have a case of vaper's tongue. This occurs when you have vaped the same flavour for quite some time and you begin to get used to the taste. If this is the case, we have some solutions for you!

  • Drink some coffee. It's the very familiar experience when you're shopping around for a new cologne or perfume and there is a jar of coffee beans to reset your pallets to be able to smell more and choose the right scent.
  • Vape on a different flavour for a while. Vanilla, chai, and menthol flavours are perfect in resetting the pallet. If you have a secondary device that's been sitting in the corner, fill it up with a different flavour and toot on that for an hour or so. If you don't have another device lying around, use a vanilla flavour. Vanilla is a great flavour to use to reset the stained taste of vape flavours too! #foodforthought

The last thing you want to do is become discouraged that vaping is not right for you. There is a lot of trial and error when it comes to vaping - it's not the same as traditionally lighting up your cigarette and getting on with your day. The experimentation of vaping can be fun and exciting as long as you push through the unfinished e-liquids that you may come back to in the future! 



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