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  1. Monster from Vapor God

    by , 11-05-2014 at 08:01 PM
    Monster from Vapor God

    wow...this smells and tastes just like a monster energy drink, very very little to no throat hit, a nice plume and a nice thick feeling in your mouth.

    Updated 11-05-2014 at 09:34 PM by Shadav

    The Good, The Bad and The WT_ Was That Juice , The Good
  2. Caramel Custard from MadTown Vapor

    by , 11-05-2014 at 02:42 PM
    Caramel Custard from MadTown Vapor

    I had to give this one some time....as always I tried it the moment it came in the mail and while it was good, I didn't really care for it and couldn't put my finger on why, which was odd because on principle I should love this...I mean what's not to love 2 of my favorite things: caramel and custard!
    After letting it sit for a week, I am in love! At first it was kind of a sickly sweet vape, now that it's melded together a bit more it's ...
  3. Salvaging some not so good juice

    by , 11-05-2014 at 03:01 AM
    When I first started vaping, I spent a lot of money buying juice from local cigarette shops, looking for a juice that tasted good. All any of them sold, were those mass produced ones, and most of them had a bad tasting base to them.

    There were some though, that didn't have that bad base, but the flavoring wasn't much. I've been using my DIY flavors to spice them up, and have come out with some flavors that aren't bad at all!

    I'm not too worried about the nicotine content, ...
  4. No WAY !

    by , 11-05-2014 at 12:28 AM
    A little translation in english of one of my works
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  5. DIY base mixture

    by , 11-03-2014 at 05:20 PM
    When I make a DIY ejuice I like to use a base mixture to make it easier. What this is, is a premixture of VG, PG and Nicotine at a level I am happy with. I am happy with a 6mg nicotine to 10 mg nicotine range so i mix my base mixture at 10mg nicotine. I also like a 50 VG/50 PG mix so I mix my base at 65 VG/35PG ratio. With this base mixture I can make a recipe and measure out what I need, add flavor and save a lot of time.
    Now you might say "huh, how does 65/35 VG/PG equate to 50/50 ...