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How to Steep Ejuice: Everything You Need to Know

Posted by Courtney McElligott on

How to Steep E Juice

With 20 million people vaping worldwide, it's no surprise that everyone wants to get the most out of their e-liquid. 

So, more people are learning how to steep e juice. Once e-juice has been steeped, it tastes a lot better, and has a smoother feel to it. In fact, once you start steeping, it'll be hard to go back to regular e-juice. 

Steeping e-juice is a simple process, and anyone can do it, although it can take a while. There are also variants of steeping that speed up the process without sacrificing taste. 

So read this guide carefully and gift yourself with the knowledge of how to up the quality of your e-juice. 

How To Steep E Juice

For starters, "steeping" is a bit of a misnomer. Steeping implies that your e-liquid will be drowned or doused in something. This is not how steeping is done at all. 

Steeping e-liquid is actually a process of aging e-liquid so it tastes better. Steeping e-juice is easy.  You just pick a flavor of e-juice you like, make sure the cap is screwed on tightly, and let it sit. 

Put them away in a dark place, like a cardboard box. Every once in a while, you should shake it to make sure everything mixes properly.

You can leave them out for a few days, but how long to steep e juice can depend on the flavor of the e juice you have. 

For example, if you have something that is fruit flavored, you may not need as long as something more subtle like a dessert. 

What Is Breathing E Juice?

Breathing e juice is the best way to steep e juice for some flavors. Breathing e-liquid doesn't take much time or effort. 

All you have to do is open your bottle of e-liquid and let it sit in the open for at least 12 hours. This is to let the liquid in contact with fresh air helping oxidize and blend your e-liquids ingredients into a final irresistible flavor. 

To expedite the process, Every 3-4 hours, you should replace the cap and shake the bottle. Although not necessary, Steeping for greater lengths of time with some flavors, can even further increase the richness of flavor.


Steeping Vape Juices

Other Methods Of Steeping

There are plenty of ways to steep your e-liquid and all of them have different recommended times they need before you can start vaping them. However, these recommended times are all up to each person's taste. 

So when you're steeping your e-liquid, make sure to check the taste and the color. When e-liquid has been aged, it should turn a slightly darker color than it was before.

This is because the e-liquid oxidizes the more it ages. The more oxygen it's been exposed to, the darker it becomes. You want your ejuice to get some color, but too much oxygen and steeping can have the opposite effects, so try your liquid occasionally as it steeps to find the perfect timing. 

Bath Steeping

The best way to steep a lot of e juice when you're short on time is to fill up a bathtub, sink, or bowl with hot water. Then, put your e-liquid inside a sealed plastic bag and let it sit there for two hours and shake it every 30 minutes. 

How Does This Work?

When e-liquid oxidizes, the vegetable glycerin and the other flavorings congeal and make for a much better flavor. 

Throwing hot water into the mix is a great way to speed up this process. The ingredients break down and mix together much more easily.

Once they cool off, they taste a lot better because everything will be mixed more precisely. Just be careful not to apply too much heat, because you could end up ruining your e juice. 

Steeping Is Next Level Vaping

Once you learn how to steep e juice, your standards for e-juice will rise. Steeping can turn the most mediocre e-liquid into top shelf stuff. 

If you'd like to save yourself some time and effort, you can buy some pre-steeped e juice  on our premium e-liquids page.

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