Mixed 3/20 (written 4/6)
**Since all of these seem to have the same/similar cream base, I suspect that these will need a good steep time. they have already substantially changed thus far**
Genesis- anise/absinthe was very strong at first but as steeping continues, the citrus notes are becoming more pronounced. i liked it either way. i suspect this is similar to "Pluid"
Snake Oil- creamy pear with a slight coconut note. the coconut seems to be dissipating at the
Mixed 3/8 (review written 4/6)
**As stated in the previous review, all of the flavors from this vendor IMO greatly improve with steeping. they are very subtle as it is but even moreso initially**
Call Me Vanilla- subtle vanilla ice cream flavor with a "fresh" sensation (feels like koolada which is a cooling agent/effect with no flavor, similar to menthol but no flavor) (vanilla reminds me of the vanilla cones from McDonalds) good flavor but bland.
Mixed 3/28, Reviews as of 4/6 (today)
**I ordered these in a higher VG than the last shipment (70VG/30PG opposed to 50/50 and I speculate that it will take longer for these to steep and so far that's been the case**
Strawberry VC Cake- light strawberry and cream/cake type flavor. Steeping should greatly improve this.
Black Pom Pom- I think I will really like this one. very interesting flavor. has a fruit note in it that I've never had before (I believe that's the "currant"
Originally Posted by vapeasy
For anyone interested...
If you don't have a ohms reader for your coils this may suffice.... I took the data from the wraps and ohms in the first post by nerak for 28GA, 30GA and 32GA, graphed the data and came up with an equation for wraps vs. Ohms with my trusty ol' TI-84. It should do the job if you use a 1/16 bit or anything very similar to that. The reasoning behind that is the majority of the data came from wraps around 1/16 bits.
All you have to do is input
So, I've finally started getting some really good juices. I'm starting a "juice line". (It's not really for sale more of a project.) Violence line, all fruit inspired sweet juices with names like Killer Orange (K.O.), peach scream, strawberry slam, Me vs. You, etc. I'm finding that I prefer juices that are at least somewhat complex in flavor with a rounded body. So lots of creams and fruits, working on adding "hints" of other flavors. Also, trying to work in things that I've