Overall - all the flavors balanced well with each other - I didn't get the impression the flavors were fighting with each other or anything like that. I am very much looking forward to what a week will do to these.
House Blend - Little sweeter than I would normally like but, not as sweet as a typical RY4 or even a 555. The tobacco is definitely muted - it tastes a bit like an American Spirit; the flavor is there, it just isn't strong - very much a background flavor. The vanilla
This is how to enter variables into the Breaktru e-juice me up calculator software. In the attached picture, the red letters indicate the following:
A: This is your nicotine base’s percentage of PG to VG. The two (to the left and right) will equal 100%. If your base is 100% PG, enter “100” in the PG box. If 100% VG, enter “100” in the VG box. If
Well, it's clear that they need more steeping... I don't think 4 hours will cover it
However, here goes anyway:
Overall, the realism in the W2V flavors is very high. Regardless of my personal taste preferences, I am pleased with the overall composition.
London - very peat heavy. Reminds me of aftertaste of a Islay scotch. I can taste the leaves and get the richness of the overall flavor - bit of smoke/campfire on the back end. looking forward to it opening
Generally, I taste new juices on a drip atty. Most of the time, its 3 - 5 drops but, depending on the juice, it can be more.
If I am tasting more than one flavor, I vape either green tea, ecto or both between flavors.
Green tea is relatively plain and does a good job of cleansing the pallet. The one I use is not sweet, has no fruit, and is very mellow.
If I am tasting juices that have a lot going on or have strong flavors I will vape Ecto as well. To me, ecto tastes
Updated 04-25-2013 at 01:17 AM by CannedWolf
I am keen to determine if there are any materials that have been overlooked in general regarding electronic cigarette wick materials through research.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Capilla...pillary_actionhttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Surface_tensionhttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ViscosityI have yet to find a good way to test viscosity with very small samples. I think viscosity affects wicking to a greater effect than we credit it with.Understanding