The question is at the end my explanation leading up to the question maybe unnecessary so if you want to skip it I understand. My juice Milkgasium has become my staple so I started mixing it in batches of 250ml ( http://e-liquid-recipes.com/recipe/2645394/Milkgasium for reference) I was unhappy shaking and thought about getting a badger paint mixer that I have seen quite a few people rave about but I did not want to spend the money and not like it so I improvised. I got out my Pyrex measuring cup and my hand mixer with the whisk attachment and set to mixing up a new batch. After all the ingredients were in I went to work with the mixer and I frothed it. I covered the cup let it sit until all the bubbles died off and bottled it. As I bottled it I noticed it was already taking on that lovely amber color but did not really think anything about it I put it in its place to forgot about it for 21 days. as the bottle I was using was running low (was about half a bottle) I did what I always do start a new bottle doing it the same way and as I was putting away my newest bottle I pulled out the other one because you have to rotate stock and the color was what it normally is when it is ready, and it had only been 14 days. I pulled it out and tested it just to see if I was going crazy, and all the flavor was there 7 days early. I have tried every speed steeping trick out there short of ultrasonic yes I even tried the dryer one. For me, none of them really have worked or just been more of a hassle than they helped. So my question to those of you who use electric mixers of some sort, is this true for you do your frothed mixes come together faster?