Note on all of these - they have floral notes that I expect will soften with steeping.
Kentucky Bluegrass - Light flavored, perfumy with a mild sweetness, very light berry with a very muted tobacco. Floral notes on the inhale
Sweet Georgia Peach - Floral up front, sweet, light peach, lighter tobacco but, muted
Oak Barrel Cider - Sweet with a very light floral, hint of woodsy notes but very faint, bit of apple, hint of tobacco, almost a carbonated flavor,
Originally Posted by look30
So here is the BIG update :
I did my first rebuild today and it's AMAZING.
First of all start with basics :
3 mm Wick from Jughead.co
I tried the 2 mm wick from vaporbase but it was to thin in my opinion.
32 AWG wire Kanthal A-1
The guide :
How to rebuild a Kanger T2 | Ecig Advanced Community Blog
First try was failure because I left the wire lead too short and put the metal wire tube inside the silicone and
I remember the first time I had variable voltage. I remember it as though it were a meal ago.
I had been searching for over a year for the vape that would make me quit craving cigarettes. My friend had found it, others I spoke with had found it, and yet I was still searching.
Then another friend said Variable Voltage.
What was this mythical creature? Variable Voltage? You can change power? OMFG.
Found a modder,
First impressions. Not a bad looking tank, and comes with 2 standard size tubes and 1 XL sized.
Comes with a ce2 style? carto which after 5 minutes I tossed out. One vape was great followed by 1 dry hit over and over again.
The bottom of the prive clone sadly has cut outs for flanged cartos. Flanged cartos and me really don't get along so well so I was very sad to see this option. Somehow
Originally Posted by Red_Bird
Originally Posted by Levitas
Chocolate is terribly hard to master. I personally don't care too much for the LorAnn Chocolate, nor the TFA Milk Chocolate. As far as a straight chocolate goes, double dutch seems to be decent, but I have difficulty increasing the flavor without it tasting burnt.
Capella makes some great chocolate-esque type flavors, like Chocolate glazed doughnut (delicious), and Chocolate fudge brownie (also great), but they're not what I too am looking for, a good, solid, plain milk chocolate