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Opinion : Coffee E-liquid, is there a better combination than Coffee and Tobacco?

Coffee! I love it, Espresso, Latte, Cappuccino, Flat White, Cortado - you name the Coffee style and I’m a fan.

Im quite into different coffee origins as well, my personal favourite being Hawaiian Kona, which is a huge treat because it is more than a little expensive. Monsooned Malaba is another style I’m particularly fond of. If you have never delved into different coffee’s and the drastically different flavours they have - I highly recommend you take a trip to The Coffee Bean Shop and pick up some samples if you are a fan this holiest of beverages. Try paring them your vapes, its quite rewarding.

But what is the place of coffee in the Vaping world? Is it alongside a good vape, or is it in the vape (coffee e-liquid flavourings obviously - not actual coffee .. that would be dangerous!)

A few years ago I would have said no, Coffee flavours were quite .. basic - they were all a bit like a coffee flavoured sweet rather than a true coffee, but flavouring technology has moved on to such an extent that these days there are some damn realistic coffee flavours out there, from espressos and cappuccinos to Coffee Liqueurs and Coffee Cake.

I do not think it will be long, in fact its probably already possible to re-create the tastes of individual coffee estates like Monsooned Malabar, Ethiopian Yirgacheffe, and my exulted Hawaiian Kona. This is very much a day I look forward too - and If I can find it … I will most definitely create Coffee E-liquids re-creating those flavours. 

As it stands at the minute,  The difference is “limited” (and I use that term loosely because actually its quite clever) to Latte, Cappuccino etc - as in different styles of coffee cup rather than different styles of coffee itself but there are now some absolute real Coffee E-liquid gems for those of us who have the coffee bug.

For my personal tastes unsurprisingly I like a tobacco and Coffee mix, When myself and Paul from the Druids Brew created the Kona Paka E-liquid - the richness of the Tamahaac tobacco really bought out a richness in our chosen coffee flavour that reminded us us both of Hawaiian Kona - hence the name. This quickly became a favourite E-liquid for me, and really turned me on to Coffee Tobacco E-liquids.

There is an absolute array of Coffee E-liquids out there now, both with and Sans Tobacco, in 10ml TPD Coffee E-liquid form and Coffee Shortfills in both 50ml Coffee Shortfills and 30ml Coffee Shortfills. The Milky style Coffees available now are really quite good, I’m finding myself quite the fan of Ohm-Brews Caramel Latte and our own Mocha Latte (the Vegan Option! Coconut milk based!)

It doesn’t stop there though … Its not just Coffee - Coffee Liqueurs have become good over the years as well, for those fans of Irish cream, Khalua and Borghetti - you are not left out. Our good friend Chris from Legio-X has made the excellent Janus (we never ever mispronounce that name to him .. honestly) a mix of Coffee, Irish cream, and Caramel Drizzle.

Those of you who have been around a few years will probably know that Manabush has been working on a Coffee Tobacco E-liquid Flavour for absolutely years, but until recently has never been able to settle on a finished product. Those experiments have actually spawned “Mash” in the Spiritwalker reborn range (a Caramel, Biscuit, Coffee Liqueur Espresso and Cream Vape Juice) and we are on the cusp of finally releasing a Nokomis based one in the Tribute range. For those curious about the name Mash, we derived it from the word Muckadaymashkeekiwabu - which is Ojibwe/Chippewa Native American for Coffee - well more correctly Black Medicine water.

Is there a Coffee flavour you would like to see? 

Reply in the comments below and you never know - we might have a pop!

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