Originally Posted by Riannon
I'm very new to vaping - less than a month in, in fact - and I'm trying to get a good list together of juice companies to try. However, one thing I haven't seen here yet is a thread that discusses (and attempts to compile) the usual shipping times for the most popular companies. I'm learning the hard way that you really need to plan about getting your juices in early, sometimes a week or more before you actually need them, so that they can mature/steep. Therefore, I'm thinking it might be useful
Just got an igo-w3 today.
running at 3.1-3.6 ohms, at about 9 watts on my vamo;
ribbon wire 0.1x0.3
Originally Posted by JimmyDB
So... it's 1 week later.
The honey does seem to change a little over time, in a good way, but not very much change... it just seemed to get a little stronger, which I thought was the opposite of what I expected.
I have smoked only Killer Juice for the last week... pre-mixed Blueberry straight up in a big 6mL bottom coil glass tank on a mod... self-mixed blueberry+honey in a little 2mL tank on various eGo-ish batteries. basically the following which is listed for 30mL
Originally Posted by Bill's Magic Vapor
If you want to make great single flavorings with TFA, try adding them to different mixes. They all seemingly improve with supporting flavors. Here's a couple of examples:
Cotton Candy - 7%
Vanilla Custard - 6%
Bavarian Cream - 6%
Add any single flavoring to this mix for a great custard. You just have to work out the total single flavoring you need, and it's generally going to fall in the 7 - 13% range. I would start at 10% and adjust up
A very kind person went to a lot of trouble to put together this list. I always need access to it, so here it is in my blog. Now I never have to go hunting for it again. Perhaps you'll benefit, too.
Originally Posted by Indian Ocean Steamcloud
Haven't seen this posted for a while.
I added any warnings that are currently on the TFA/TPA website re their flavors where they were not previously mentioned.
I also added flavors which did not appear on the list. They have no % listed.