Oily vs Fry

Hello. I am new to the forum. Have only tried 2 e-cigs: first a 7s high tobacco disposable. Now a NLM disposable. Both were "high" tobacco flavor. I found the 7s rather harsh – not unlike a Parodi ::shudder:: almost-rope cigar. The NLM is very "oily" in its smoke characteristic. I used to smoke Camel straights for years and more currently American Spirit Unfiltered ("brown" pack).

My sense is that a mix between the dead-on dry/harsh hit of the 7s mixed with the more oily smoke of the NLM may actually work.

Any thoughts on this combination? I have read the sticky about inhaling techniques, which did help. but even so I found the 7s still too harsh and the NLM still too oily.

Many thanks for suggestions! And hello! 🙂

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General Vaping Discussion • Re: DIY juice

I started <a href="http://www.vapininthecape.com/DIY-e<a href="http://www.vapininthecape.com/eliquid_c_7.html”>liquid_c_42.html”>diy without looking at anyone else’s recipes. My stragtegy has basically been to take each flavoring I get, and make up a sample of that one flavor, and work it until I find the percentage I like. Then I begin blending and tweaking.

It’s a slow process, but I think I’m about three weeks from when I received my first set of <a href="http://www.vapininthecape.com/DIY-e<a href="http://www.vapininthecape.com/eliquid_c_7.html”>liquid_c_42.html”>diy flavors. I came up with a peppermint/Menthol in the first week. I’m still tweaking it, but it’s been my main vape, just about done with my first 30-ml and blended another 50-ml a couple days ago. I’ve now got a Tobacco blend that I really like, although I plan on doing a whole lot more blending. I’ve gotten advice that once you know what percentages you like of certain flavors, it becomes very easy to blend multiple flavors based on those percentages. So far I’ve found that to be true.

Tobacco especially can be tricky. The blend I’m working on is based on FA Cowboy, which I’m using at 1.5%. It took me a while to find that 1.5% mark, and yes I like 1.5% better than 1.3% and 1.7% to give you an idea of how much I work with it. I put aside a bit of time each evening to drip and taste what I’m working on, take notes and possibly make adjustments. Sometimes I’ll taste something for days before I decide I want to change it furthur.

I also sometimes will fill up two clearos with similar blends and spend the day vaping both of them to get a real good idea of what I like better and why.

I guess this is somewhat of the strategy I use blending wines. I’ll often take months to decide on final wine blends. Because your taste does change throughout the day, it changes with your mood and stress level etc. With my wine blending I often set up informal tasting panels with people who’s opinions I value and do blind tastings. It’s kind of hard doing a blind tasting on yourself, but you will often decide you like something better based on your preconceived notions or opinions.

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General Vaping Discussion • Re: Video tutorial on installing v1.1 eVic firmware (windows

Sockfootball21 wrote:
therealcmac wrote:It is ok, the screen is nice, the connection is nice. It seems to fall right off in voltage towards the end of the battery though. The selector ring is a bit difficult to use with one hand. I need some more time with it though. Excited to see what the 2.0 update brings!

Have you heard anything about another update? I didn’t find out about that 1.1 update till Christmas

I see on the joyetech site that the 2.0 will be coming soon.

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What is a name of a good disposable E cig and how much does it cost?

Question by Turd: What is a name of a good disposable E cig and how much does it cost?
Trying to find a good disposable electronic cigarette for cheap.

Best answer:

Answer by Rone
Cigarette in any kinds is harmful for body but in the case of decrease the e-cigarette is useful. But in the recent time scientist discover that in the case of hyper tension & psychology it may helpful. Some habit like smoking that is your habit it can continue if you don’t live without it. So e- cigarette is one another good effect that it not motive to use among nonsmoker.

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