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If you're totally new to vaping then you'll probably want to order some premade juices to start you off, try as wide a range as possible. To begin with I thought I'd like sharp fruit flavours like apple but found them obnoxiously synthetic; I wouldn't have assumed I'd enjoy cloying sweet flavours like caramel, cookies and cream etc but found out those work for me. I have a mate who's the opposite. In my experience the only throw-it-away horrible stuff I've had was the cheapest and came from a market stall, there's probably a lesson in there.
Alternatively, if you go into one of the many vape shops that have popped up everywhere these days I'm sure they're all eager to let you have a try of some basic flavours/gear if it'll encourage you to fork over some cash, and anyway that might work out cheaper than you ending up with a load of juice you don't like.
I do mix my own now, it's a complex topic and it's probably best if you do your own reading for a basic idea and then ask any questions you have afterwards. Word of warning though, I have another mate who decided to try mixing and bought himself one big bottle of flavour and it turned out to be absolutely fucking rancid (caramel V1 from chefsvapour, for the record - they don't sell it any more and I'm not surprised), which put him off. Start small and varied with the flavourings, even if you think you know what you want.
If you've got any questions or want to talk about this stuff, there's a /g/ thread dedicated to this topic so probably better there than here.