Vurley - bit earthy, decent hit of vanilla on the exhale mixed with a slight roasty flavor - rich tobacco base. Balanced composition that hits well with no funky aftertaste.
Grandpa's Nightcap - Relatively complex composition - very smooth with a hint of sweetness. I get a very slight bit of fruit and a very slight bit of smoke/roasty flavor on a medium-ish tobacco. Looking forward to this one opening up.
Original Tobacco - bit sharp on the draw but, not too much so. Slightly nutty flavor with a bit of butter maybe... not sure. Roasted undertones in a mild tobacco.
Fired in Georgia - Tastes like Original Tobacco is used for
So, I thought I would jot down some thoughts on vaping and health, now that I'm a few months into this experiment. Health is something I know a bit about, and think a lot about, though I myself am not particularly healthy. I'm obese, depressed, and I have a bad back. And, before I started vaping, I was a nonsmoker. So, just how badly am I damaging my health? Is vaping really safe, or healthy?
First, a definition of health: I define health as being in a mental and physical condition
Here's a video interview I did yesterday with The Vapor-Mart's Brian Worthy. He talks about getting the store started, the different types of hardware he offers, e-liquid partners, and working with Los Angeles artists to give the store a unique look. Full story here. The video shows footage of the available mods, various juices, the excellent tasting bar setup, and the sweet artwork.
These are instructions for filling a carto for people who have never vaped before:
The easiest method to fill a cartomizer is to simply remove the white plug at the mouthpiece end and drip a few drops of e-liquid into the filler material at a time. Be sure to hold the cartomizer at an angle as liquid dripped into the center tube will leak through to the battery connector. Repeat the process until the filler material no longer absorbs liquid.
Use two hands, hold it