I'd have to say that so far, VCV tobacco caramel is my fave- vanilla custard second.
A few days ago, there was a thread about using one of the kayfun's stainless rings, top or bottom, as a beauty ring on the sigelei zmax v3 or v5 "flat-top" (because they aren't really flat), and since I just got my Nano kit today, I was able to try this out -- and it works beautifully!
It only works if the bottom of the kayfun is pressing against the ring, or it rattles; if it's pressing too hard, there's
Some of my recipes include tiny percentages and many different flavorings. You can still mix small batches - easily and very accurately - and avoid using lots of your nicotine base on a new recipe. I do this for my favorite complex recipes. You won't have to mess with tiny percents or fractions of drops:
* Use a little bottle and measure ONLY the flavorings into it. Use drops, or use milliliters, or tenths-of-ml, whatever you want. A recipe that says 2 drops of X, 7 drops of Y (or
1% FA Vienna Cream
1% FA Catalan Cream
1% FA Tiramisu
1% FA Fresh Cream
Shake well and vape! So simple, and you get a creamy, sweet, complex blend of creamy espresso, chocolate, vanilla cake, and a hint of cinnamon and caramel.
If you don't have all of these Cream flavors, just use more of one of the others. Extra Vienna adds a sweet, creamy vanilla; extra Catalan adds vanilla, cinnamon, and caramel; extra Fresh Cream adds more vapor and decreases
Updated 05-13-2014 at 05:20 PM by HeadInClouds
Originally Posted by mkbilbo
One recent "test" that I forget exactly where I ran into (but it was here on ECF) made a big deal about formaldehyde, in micrograms, found in vapor. Well, formaldehyde is naturally occurring and... wait for it... is found in lovely, healthy fruits...
Formaldehyde (EHC 89, 1989)
The measures listed are in mg/kg which means we're talking a scale of 1000 times mcg putting the pear at 60,000 mcg per kg.
So... how much of the formaldehyde in vapor