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Why Every Bacon Lover Needs to Try Bacon Vape Juice - eJuice.Deals

Why Every Bacon Lover Needs to Try Bacon Vape Juice

The BBC estimates 55 million people will vape by 2021. It's already increased over 400 percent since 2011, so it's easy to say that many, many new people are getting on board. 

But with all these new people in the vaping world, one thing has remained relatively constant: flavors. 

You got blueberry, tobacco (for those quitting cigarettes), lemonade, strawberry, etc. Flavors stay relatively safe, keeping with generally tobacco, fruity, or custard/dessert type e-juice. 

That's all about to change as we present to you the e-juice you never knew you needed: bacon vape juice. If you're a bacon enthusiast, pay attention. 

The Wide World of E-Juice

For those new to electronic cigarettes, e-juice is the stuff you vape. While your mod powers everything and makes it "go," your tank is what houses e-juice that you heat up and vaporize. 

Sometimes just called "juice" or "e-liquid," the stuff usually contains a few specific ingredients:

  • Vegetable glycerin
  • Propylene glycol
  • Flavoring (optional)
  • Nicotine (optional)

Theoretically, you could vape pure vegetable glycerin (and some people do it), but for those of you interested in flavor, where's the fun in that? 

Some of the craziest vape flavors are coming out these days, and it's got people in the mood to experiment. For some people, that means trying to get connoisseur-ish with their juice by pairing and mixing. 

For example, people have found good luck vaping RY4 juice (or a mixture of tobacco and caramel) with alcohol, such as beer or whiskey. Sometimes, people like to have coffee flavored e-juice after a big meal. 

And then there are meat flavored e-juice. You can find everything from ham, roasted turkey, beef jerky, to bacon. 

Wait - Bacon Vape Juice?

That's right. The bacon craze finds its way into every nook and cranny. No facet of society is immune!

Some companies play it safe and they simply mix bacon with other elements. Firebrand's "The Elvis" is a savory mixture of peanut butter, bacon, and banana.

It's fair to say that there's enough going on in this liquid to make even the most hesitant person give it a try. Bananas and peanut butter go together like sliced bread, and bacon typically has a nice spot alongside bananas by most people's cuisine standards. 

For those who are true bacon connoisseurs, though, there's no substitution for the real deal. Which is why something like Vapor God's Bacon juice gives you that salty, smoky meat and nothing else. 

What good is vaping if you don't have room for experimentation? Part of the biggest draw of this hobby for a lot of people is getting out of their comfort zone and trying something new. 

Not every e-juice is going to be a winner for everyone. But if you're tired of the same old strawberry milkshake and/or churros day in and day out, it might be time to try the savory world of e-juice.

For the Few Brave Vapers

We see all sorts of fruity, custardy, and dessert-like juice come across our shelves. They're hits for a good reason, but sometimes people need the opportunity to change things up. 

Bacon vape juice is a great way to embrace your inner bacon adoration and see what it's like to vape the breakfast meat of the gods. If you'd like to stock up on some new and fascinating e-juice, take a look at our 60mL collections right away!

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