- Created: 06 December 2010
There is no quantitative data to support that some juices undergo a change as they mature. No formal study has been conducted, but the qualitative change exhibited by some juices is so dramatic that it must be a measurable phenomenon.
Ingredients or combination of ingredients may be the likely culprit, as a vendor who has a juice that demonstrates strong and noticeable change with the passage of time tends to have more than one juice that does so. Notable examples are Backwoods Brew and Halo, whose tobacco juices all seem to improve a great deal with the passage of time. Other vendors' juice doesn't seem to change at all. Vapor Station juices are very consistent from the time the mail shows up. Is it time in the bottle? Vapor Station juice is bottled in India, so presumably the extra time spent in the bottle before it ends up in your mail box may account for their consistency.