Just blew most of my ecig savings over analogues.
by, 11-12-2011 at 09:03 AM (670 Views)
Apparantly, I just can't be satisfied. The woman who smoked the same brand cigarettes for nearly 20 years, yes I was a very early smoker, and I can't just stick to one thing with vaping. And maybe thats the problem, it isn't what I really want. Some days I want a "real" cigarette so badly I could weep tears of frustration and rage. My original premise was to avoid tobacco flavors because I had really bad experiences in the past and also because it would distance me from what was. Well I have given that up with a vengeance, and ordered a ton of stuff I will probably never use up. I ordered from both liberty flights and one stop diy, namely every single flavor art tobacco they have as well as oak wood and mts. And flavor apprentice coffee clear, cream and chocolate because I am going to attempt to create a coffee that doesn't gunk up my equipment. It also became a rather expensive order because I discovered I really love luer lock bottles. So I bought enough to do one of each of the tobaccos. They are one ounce bottles. So I figure I will mix up 15 ml of each at 2% concentration regardless of recommendations (because obviously I am neurotic, what other kind of person would attempt 16 flavors at once) let steep for a week or two, test then adjust with more flavor or unflavored to dilute or mts and/or oak wood as needs may seem. Hopefully I can find at least a few things I will like, then I can just double the recipe. I suppose I can pay the rest forward, or sell it, because that many bottles at .6 ml at a time comes out to an awful lot of servings of ejuice. I probably should have done some math ahead of time. But maybe I will be that crazy person who likes their tobacco at 10%. I am kind of in the same boat with the coffee, but I am more willing to vape a bad coffee, or turn it into tiramisu, than I am to part with or force vape a bad tobacco.
If I am a conscientious vaper I will remember to log my recipe changes and notes in this blog. Lets all keep our fingers crossed, myself especially.