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  1. Backup, backup, backup

    by , Today at 12:06 AM
    I recently went to Greece with my husband, on one of those 'once in a lifetime' vacations.

    As a vaper, I knew that I needed to travel smart; put my liquids in a quart sized baggy (carry-on, to avoid any that might go 'missing' due to a TSA search), put my batteries in my carry-on, extra atomizer heads as I didn't want to have to coil my own while away. Tanks, extra juice, extra mods...I took everything into account.

    Or so I thought.

    In my preparation for my ...
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  2. Nana Cream by Bombies

    by , Yesterday at 08:41 PM
    Has anyone tried to clone any of Vapetrik's juices. The Nana's Cream is amazing and I would like to get an opinion on what is used for the sweetner. Everything I mix regardless of the flavor comes out with a slight chemical taste. I really like the high VG mixes for dripping.[/QUOTE]
    I have not tried this but found it on reddit from a guy named mo_money_mo_.......

    Pear (TFA): 6%
    Strawberry Ripe (TFA): 5%
    Banana Ripe (TFA): 3% (@ 20 drops/ml)
    Banana Cream ...
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  3. Frankenvape

    by , Yesterday at 08:35 PM
    Frankenvape by The Standard. Enjoy!

    All flavors are FA (Flavor apprentice)

    1 part - Kiwi (double)
    1 part - Orange Cream
    1 part - Marshmallow
    1 part - Irish cream

    Personally I like to up the Kiwi to 2 parts... but its much more subtle in the standard version.[/QUOTE]
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  4. White Rabbit

    by , Yesterday at 12:57 PM
    White Rabbit recipe, I think it's pretty close. hope you like it, All are TFA except sweet cream is FA

    6% French vanilla
    6% Marshmallow
    4% whipped cream
    2% sweet Cream
    2% Coconut
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  5. NLV Gold Clone

    by , Yesterday at 12:48 PM
    NLV Gold Clone

    7.5% Bavarian Cream (TFA)
    5%. RY4 Double (TFA)
    2.5% Carmel Candy (TFA)
    1.1% Butterscotch (FA)

    Steep time 2 weeks for the flavor to fully develop.

    It may not be perfect, but it's pretty darn close. Let me know what you think and if you make any changes.[/QUOTE]
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