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  1. Bolbe

    by , 06-25-2014 at 08:04 AM
    Quote Originally Posted by Trypno View Post
    While performing my daily Rituale de ProVarinatus, I was rereading this thread posted by Ocelot greeting new members to the ProVarinati. Towards the bottom of the first post, she mentions something about reading the ProVape Rewards card upside down, and a name being revealed. With a laugh, and an air of disbelief, I performed the rite.

    At first I saw nothing out of the ordinary. Then, with a negligible knowledge of the Greek alphabet, the word emerged: bolamdabe....Bolbe. I thought
  2. DIY Suppliers / Available Quantities / Price comparison

    by , 06-25-2014 at 03:59 AM

    Not sure where to go for DIY? Hopefully, this will make it easier.

    Please comment below with questions and/or corrections. I'm sure I've made a few errors.

    Bull City Vapor - free shipping @ $75

    Concentrates: CAP, FA, FW, INW, TPA

    Nic: 24, 48, 60, and 100mg
    30, 120, & 240ml

    PG/VG: 120, 240, 480ml

    NIC: 240ml / 60mg / $19
    VG: 480ml / $7.25

    Updated 06-27-2014 at 08:46 PM by RocketPuppy


    by , 06-24-2014 at 08:09 PM
    (rich, smooth, sweet, creamy vanilla chai latte, lightly-spiced)

    1% - 2% FA Black Tea (from barely there to definite tea)
    1% FA Vienna Cream
    0.5% FA Vanilla Tahiti (the other FA vanillas will also work)
    0.5% FA Cardamom
    0.5% FA Cinnamon
    0.5% FA Anise
    0.5% FA Clove
    ** 0.15% FA Honey - measure carefully, but definitely include it! **

    ** Easy way to measure the Honey: make a small batch of 10% FA Honey ...

    by , 06-24-2014 at 03:49 PM
    (mild, creamy, coconut chai with sweet spices - light and tasty.)

    1.5% FA Coconut
    0.5% - 1% FA Black Tea (barely there to 'this is tea')
    0.5% FA Fresh Cream
    0.5% FA Cardamom
    0.5% FA Cinnamon
    0.5% FA Anise
    0.5% FA Clove

    The spices blend with Coconut to make it taste sweet. Adventurers might like to add 0.5% FA Vanilla Tahiti and/or 0.5% TFA Brown Sugar Extra and/or 0.25% (max!) FA Honey. I prefer the natural sweetness from the spices ...
  5. Aspire BDC

    by , 06-24-2014 at 09:59 AM (Nick's Notes)
    Something I've noticed about some (not all) of the new style Aspire BDC replacement coils is that it takes a long, long time for them to get properly primed. They recommend letting them set for 3 to 5 minutes. I recommend letting them set for about an hour. Simply drawing without firing doesn't really seem to do much to help it along either.

    Update: It seems I got a couple in a row that were partially blocked from wicking properly in the beginning for some reason or other, *shrugs* ...

    Updated 07-07-2014 at 05:24 PM by IML8

    Tags: aspire, bdc