Raspberry – DIY Flavor Concentrate

Rated 5.00 out of 5 based on 6 customer ratings
(6 Customer Ratings)

Raspberry Flavor is sweet with a slight bitter or tarty touch to it. There’s a great balance with the sweet and tart, making Raspberry an excellent addition to any DIY E-Liquid recipe.

A vanilla-raspberry flavor is one type of recipe we’d suggest you try to make. Perhaps a Raspberry and Pure Menthol combination as well. There are a variety of ways you can use this DIY flavor.

If you are looking to just enjoy a straight Raspberry E-Liquid, this flavor will be perfect for that as well.


Key Flavors: Raspberry

Key Non-Flavoring Ingredients: Propylene Glycol

Warning: Please do not vape concentrated flavor on it’s own. Must be diluted before use!


View our other DIY flavors.

Raspberry is also available as a Premixed E-Liquid.

Tip: Don't forget to add PG/VG Base to mix your own e-juice.

More about our DIY Concentrates

Vapor Vapes DIY Flavor Concentrates provide an effortless way to mix premium quality vape juice in a variety of flavors from the comfort of your home. The best part? No recipe needed! It’s the same great, handcrafted flavor our E-Liquid range has to offer but at low pricing that suits any vaping budget. All DIY concentrates are made from locally sourced flavoring.

Benefits of DIY:

  • A cheaper alternative to vape juice, without sacrificing the premium quality you’ve come to expect from our E-Liquids.
  • Control your flavor strength by simply adjusting the amount of flavoring you use.
  • 5ml of DIY flavor concentrate mixes approximately 50ml E-Liquid, so you can make a little go a long way.
  • 115+ Ready to mix & vape flavors for you to enjoy.
  • Create your own flavor combinations and recipes.
  • No added sweeteners. See our DIY Sweetener.

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Warning: Please do not vape concentrated flavor on its own. Dilute before use!

DIY e-liquid can be a very cost-effective and rewarding experience. You have the ability to create your own personal flavor and adjust it as you please. And our range of handcrafted DIY flavor concentrates makes it easier than ever.

The DIY basics:

Instructions on how to mix your DIY vape juice:

  1. Gather up your supplies.
  2. For a rough estimate of flavoring you can squeeze approximately 10% of the DIY flavor concentrate into your travel bottle by using this quick mixing trick:
    1. A 30ml bottle will need 60 drops of flavor.
    2. A 60ml will need 120 drops, and so forth.
  3. Fill the rest of the travel bottle with the PG/VG base.
  4. Screw on the bottle cap and give it a good shake.
  5. For the best results allow your E-Juice to steep for a few days/weeks. (Optional)

For more tips & tricks on mixing your own vape juice, check out the official Vapor Vapes Mixing Guide.

  1. 5 out of 5 TAMMY
    Raspberry E-Juice

    Pros: juicy delicious & mixes well with other flavors

    Cons: none

    Final Thoughts: my all day faves are blue raspberry, strawberry, and zombie blood. I've been mixing in magic cocoa sometimes. this raspberry mixes well with all, i prefer it as mixer vs standalone just because it's not multi dimensional flavor on its own. its def sweet, i use 13% 5050 or 2575 at 6 or 12mg but think this needs to be 5050 and better with less nicotine.

  2. 5 out of 5 Mark
    Raspberry E-Juice
  3. 5 out of 5 Robert
    Raspberry E-Juice

    Pros: Good hit soft on the throat

    Cons: None

    Final Thoughts: Absolutely my fav flavor raspberry taste is amazing. I get it extra extra flavor and run it through a minimause .2 ohm coil at 100 watts on my rx200 by wismec.

  4. 5 out of 5 Alex
    Raspberry E-Juice

    Pros: In the top 5 best flavors fruity flavors.

  5. 5 out of 5 Kate
    Raspberry E-Juice

    Pros: I loved this flavor! Very fruity, very good!! Worth buying again!

  6. 5 out of 5 Robin
    Raspberry E-Juice

    Pros: Absolutely delicious. Got it with double flavor and double sweetener. Tastes very much like real raspberries, which is of course the point.

    Cons: None

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