Natural flavors: the way to go for e-liquids
As a vaper, you’ve probably realized that there are a million and one e-juices available on the market. But, we’re here to remind you, not all e-liquids are made equal. Many of the e-liquids available on the internet and in vape shops around the world contain synthetic flavorings and chemicals you’d probably rather not inhale. Here at Black Note, we create premium quality e-juices that use N.E.T (Naturally Extracted Tobacco). We believe that naturally flavored e-juices are always better than the alternatives, providing vapers with the high quality and great taste that they always deserve.
If you’re unsure about the differences between artificial and natural vape flavoring, we’ve put together this handy guide to help you out. Here we’ll outline the key differences between natural and synthetic flavors, and explain why we always choose the natural options above all else. So, let’s get started!
Natural v synthetic – what’s the difference?
Artificial flavors are manufactured in laboratories, using synthetic chemical compounds that can sometimes be dubious. In order to replicate natural flavorings as closely as possible, scientists use the real thing as a ‘base model’. They then try to replicate the flavors as closely as possible using synthetic compounds. These kinds of processes were developed mainly to save companies time and money on extracting real flavors.
Natural flavoring, on the other hand, is just that – natural. Flavors in natural products are extracted directly from the original source. So, in the case of our e-juices, we extract flavoring directly from tobacco leaves. This can deliver a better taste and quality product – which we’ll talk about a little more in the next section.
Sidenote: It’s important to recognize that, in some cases, it’s not always possible to use natural flavors in e-juices. Some are simply not suitable due to the health risks and complications they might cause in atomizers. But, when this is the case, it’s probably best to just stay away from that flavor full stop!
Blacknote’s juices – why we choose natural flavoring
Here at Blacknote, we’re extremely proud of our ‘organic ethos’. We became the first N.E.T vaping liquid to be certified by an independent laboratory – so you can count on the information we provide to be 100% reliable.
You’ll never find lab made synthetic compounds in our products. Why? Well, there’s two very simple reasons why we choose to use only natural flavoring in our e-juices: the great taste and higher quality end product.
Taste – Let’s face it, you can eat strawberry candy or ice-cream in the world, but it’s never really going to taste like the real thing. The same goes for tobacco products. While synthetic flavoring can sometimes capture nuances of the flavor, it will never be as full bodied and appealing as the real thing. That’s why we believe e-juices that use real tobacco flavoring over synthetic are always the better choice if you want high quality and great taste.
Quality – Scientists spend hours upon hours trying to craft the perfect synthetic flavors. Despite the time and effort they no doubt put in, the end results can still be pretty dubious more often than not. You’ll find e-liquids that fall short of their promises, with tastes that are less than great. Using natural flavoring allows us to create a product of true high quality. This means we deliver our happy customers with value for money each and every time.
Curious about what exactly goes into our e-liquids? Well, not too long ago we made history by becoming the first vaping liquid company in the world to publish a lab report. You can read the full report here.
Once you’ve finished that bit of light reading, you can browse our selection of premium quality e-juices here. All of our ingredients are approved by the FDA, and you won’t find anything you can’t pronounce on the ingredients label – which might make a nice change from the e-liquids you’re used to!
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