Being 11 years since the introduction vaping and smoke juices, there has been a mind blowing array of flavors exploding on the market. With everyone seeking to emulate your favorite candy bar to your favorite ice cream. According to Wikipedia.org as of 2014 there are 466 brands of smoke juices, all fighting to be the number one brand. With $7 billion dollars in annual sales on the line, you really can’t blame them for trying.
What does this mean for the average vaper, but choices galore. The trouble is many of the smoke juice designers, are their own worst enemy. They hide what the smoke juice flavor is under marketing names like Mothers Milk (by Suicide Bunny) or Hawk Sauce (by Mt. Baker Vapor). When you hear names like that, what would you think you’re vaping; your “mothers milk” or worse yet one can only imagine what your vaping if your vaping the sauce of a hawk. Seriously though, other brands are a little more straight forward like Milk & Honey (by Cosmic Fog) projecting images of milk and honey which is in fact the flavor. If I were just starting to vape, I think I would try Milk & Honey (by Cosmic Fog) before trying (gag) Hawk Sauce. This was just a little fun poked at the different marketing approaches and actually each brand previously mentioned are some of the top and best brands of smoke juices in the world, even if they got their flavor ideas from their mothers or some poor hawk.
The fun for the average vapor is to think of all the nostalgic flavors you have come to love as a child and search for them on the search engines. With 11 years behind smoke juices, you can almost bet there is some smoke juice manufacturer that is making that flavor.