Top E-Juice Brands

Top E-Juice Brands

Now that we’ve covered the top cigar brands let’s get into something a bit more different. E-cigarettes are a growing trend nowadays and we scoured the market looking for the best “e-liquid” brands. For those of our readers who do not know what e-liquid is, it’s the substance that is in e-cigarettes that make the vapor you inhale when heated.

There’s a lot of different flavors of e-liquids, and now more than ever there are thousands of new brands propping up. We did all the leg work for you, finding the best brands for you based on customer reviews, market penetration and our own opinion.

Top e-juice brands on the market

  • Naked e-juice: This brand of e-juice is something you’ll find in every vape shop and on every vape store online. Just how they got this massive distribution is unknown, but one thing is for sure, customers really like this e-juice brand. They seem to be taking some brand equity and association from real Naked brand fruit juices, which is helping catapulte their success. You should definitely try one of these, especially the All Melon version.
  • Mad Hatter Salts: I stumbled upon this e-liquid after browsing online for a bit and hearing some buzz. This brand uses nicotine salts, which give you a stronger and better nicotine hit. As a cigar smoker, I really like their sweet tobacco salts flavor.
  • Twisted Sour e-juice: I really love this brand mainly because I’m a sour lover and really like that tartness. As a kid I grew up eating sour straws, and I’m still the kid I used to be when it comes to my taste. My favorite from this brand is Blue Razz, my favorite candy flavor.
  • Banana Butt E-Liquids: Let’s be honest – what attracted me to this e-liquid was the name. Hilarious! I tried their “Left Cheek” flavor, mainly because I appreciated the humor and I also love banana flavors. Most people don’t like’em but I really do. After trying this I was pleasantly surprised at a subtly sweet banana flavor. A must try for banana lovers.
  • Candy King E-Liquids: I was reading on the latest vaping regulations, and I found out that this brand of e-liquids was hit pretty hard with them. This is because their packaging displays lots of candies that look attractive to young children, which is not allowed. Even now on most sites the product images are removed from the site, but they seem to still be on sale. Customers review these candy flavors high, but it doesn’t seem like they’ll be around for a lot longer given there current branding.
  • Halo e-juice: The unique packaging and brand name may be a huge reason why this brand is receiving so much success. There smooth tobacco flavor is hard to miss and even harder to hate. Mattafact, I love this stuff as a cigar smoker. It’s nice, smooth and hits that craving that I’m looking for.
    There you have it! These are Luna Boutiques top e-juice brands for you to try (in between your cigar smoking of course)! For cigar smokers, I especially recommend the smooth tobacco flavors.

Are there any e-juice brands here that you think we missed? Let us know in the comments below and we’ll try’em out and review’em too. But for now, back to this Cubano!

Top Cigars Brands

Smoking Cigar

This is a tightly-rolled bundle of dried and fermented tobacco leaf rolled in a series of types and sizes and it is ignited so that its smoke may be drawn into the mouth. Cigar tobacco is grown in large quantities in Brazil, Cameroon, Cuba, the Dominican Republic, Honduras, Indonesia, Mexico, Puerto Rico, Canary Islands, Italy and the Eastern united States.

Top cigars brands on the market

  • My Father Le Bijou 1922 Torpedo Box Pressed: Original brand created by Jaime Garcia to honor his father Pepin. Another year later Pepin decides to honor his own father with an offshoot brand by the name My Father Le Bijou 1992 which are darker and stronger. The blend happens to be Nicaraguan from top to bottom showcasing Cuban-seed wrappers called Oscuro by Garcia family.
  • Valentia Cigars: Type of cigar where performance and perfection are brought together. Valentia Cigars are made of finest tobacco leaves from fertile Cibao valley in the Dominican Republic where they are harvested, aged and hand-rolled by master Torcedores.
  • Ramon Allones: Founded in 1837 and oldest brand still in production and credited as the first manufacturer to decorate its boxes with ornate branded labels. It’s also a cigar that fans of the full-bodied tobacco tend to reach for for it’s rich in history as it is in flavor. Ramons Allones is a Cuban cigar.
  • Cao Flat Head: Well loaded with surprisingly rich complex tobacco, it’s big, blocky with the flattest head ever seen on a premium cigar. Cao Flat Head V660 Carb is one of the most bulkiest cigars in this line of the Cao Flathead made by general cigar Co. in Nicaragua.
  • Arturo Fuente Don Carlos Belicoso: Cameroon high-quality wrapper paper tends to be expensive rough in appearance thus not many cigar brands using it but the Fuente family doesn’t seem to mind after they hit the 2015 market with no better expression of Cameroon wrapper on the Don Carlos Belisco.
  • Padron Family Reserve 50 Years Natural: Jose Orlando Padron began selling fumas-style cigars for 25 cents a piece in Miami and he turns out to be one of the most respected men I the premium cigar industry.
  • Illusione Ultra Op. No. 9: When it was first released by the brand owner Dion Giolito, it was the most full-bodied cigars he had ever blended. The cigar came in near-black wrappers big and box-pressed made in Honduras. That was three years ago and Giolito has made changes.


These are some of the top most cigars in the premium cigar market. You should buy a few brand before finding your unicorn because there are many more brands than this. Traveling to Cuba or south America will give you a wider perspective about cigars.