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  1. TVR Menthol Tobacco from The Vapor Room

    by , 05-25-2014 at 09:28 PM
    TVR Menthol Tobacco from The Vapor Room

    ok sorry not really much of a review, what to say...it's a strong overwhelming menthol with a strong tobacco flavor
    nice, lots of plume and a little throat hit

    if you love menthol tobacco, I highly suggest this juice
    if (like me) you don't like either, don't get this while it is def not a juice that I like at all it is a great juice if not a bit overpowering menthol

    I would ...
  2. Evic supreme

    by , 05-25-2014 at 06:03 PM
    Quote Originally Posted by Firecrow View Post
    I have an eVic Classic, e-Vic Supreme and a ZNA. I think a quick review of all three devices is worth it. While its about the +15W device category, I include the classic as it is the legacy of the Supreme and the differences are worth noting, and I own all three devices. These are also DC-DC devices. I am not a fan of PWM power control - I actually think I can feel and taste the difference.

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    Note: For fair comparison in this shot, my ZNA
  3. HIC's KAHLUA recipe

    by , 05-25-2014 at 11:39 AM
    (straight Kahlua flavor without added cream)
    2% FA Espresso
    2% FA Vanilla Bourbon (Classic works okay, no Tahiti)
    0.5% FA Jamaican Rum
    0.25% FA Caramel

    For creamier flavor: Reduce Espresso and Vanilla to 1.5% each, and add 1% Fresh Cream.

    The straight Kahlua recipe is useful for cocktail or coffee flavors. I developed it especially for the Mudslide recipe that follows this one, but I'm showing Kahlua separately for anyone who needs a good coffee ...

    by , 05-25-2014 at 11:31 AM
    (a creamy blend of Kahlua and Irish Cream)
    1.5% FA Irish Cream
    1% FA Espresso
    1% FA Vanilla Bourbon
    0.25% FA Jamaican Rum
    0.125% FA Caramel

    For easier measurement, you can make my Kahlua recipe in one bottle, a same-sized batch of Irish Cream at 3%, then combine the two bottles.