Usually, when I write a blog here I intend it to be useful in some way. A review, a point of view, or a tutorial of some kind. Something that someone else may one day do a search on and find my little ramblings and just maybe, hopefully, come away saying 'Hooray! That's all I needed to know!'
This entry, however, is different. This is just about something silly that made me laugh. Why am I sharing? Because it made me laugh. That's all.
This evening I decided it was time to give the Kayfun
Originally Posted by Bill's Magic Vapor
Milkshakes, huh? I have one Sundae recipe and just posted it above...
Long Story short:
Milkshake Base Flavoring at 25%
Vanilla Bean Ice Cream - 10%
Marshmallow - 5%
French Vanilla Deluxe - 4%
Sweetener - 3%
Dulce de Leche - 2%
Koolada - 1%
Notice I use both the Vanilla Bean Ice Cream and the French Vanilla Deluxe...same as my Fudge Brownie Sundae. For some reason, this works best for me. And here we go on the Odyssey:
Ok, I have to say that after owning the iStick 50W for a week now. I have been blown away by its performance. Just over half battery charge left and running my Aspire Atlantis at 21.6W/3.6V. Sometimes I do go to 25W for more clouds when showing off. That's just half the power of this mod! I was a bit sceptical about getting this mod at first being that I'm a big MVP fan. I just didn't see spending the price tag on the MVP 30W when I spent less on the iStick 50W and got much more for my money. I
Have had this tank for a week as of today. Not one problem at all. Still using the same coil it came preinstalled with. Ran 4 Tanks of juice at 21.6W/ 3.6V. Very nice flavor and cloud production. I am using my Nautilus mini less and less. Although, I still use my back-up device.....MVP 20W with Nautilus mini. I'm going to get some different drip tips for the Atlantis to see what does it better for me. Other than that, a GREAT tank!
Okay, for those of you who know me already know that I've been vaping for quite some time now and have been through a lot of the ups and downs of our wonderful little hobby. One of those ups and downs is juice... I tried DIY early on and didn't have much success, but due to the absolutely awesome community here, I do believe that I've gotten a whole lot better at it! That being said, I'm going to post up some of my favorite mixes here. All of these juices use TFA (The Flavor Apprentice) flavorings.