I have been sampling a lot of new flavors recently. I got 15 different flavors in the mail last Saturday. Most of them came from Vaporbomb. I tried to get a good variety, as I am still on a (probably endless) quest for the mythical "all-day vape." I have already come to terms with the idea of changing flavors a lot. It's why I drip. I like variety.
Mixing seems to help with this as well. I have been primarily using my tropical lime and coconut blend since I first mixed it
Yes, I know I have a problem with making choices. There's a million factors contributing to this. But choices still must be made. I do the best I can each time.
(this is only a problem with insignificant decisions, not critical ones)
I have learned this so far:
1. I want cartos. I keep reading people say they switched from carts and it was an improvement. So that sounds easy enough.
2. I want a PCC. It just makes sense to have a
I am still on the search for the perfect all-day vape. I'm having a hell of a time. I can't do the sweets all day--although some of them, like Vapor Bomb's green apple, which smells and tastes EXACTLY like Jolly Ranchers, are very delicious. The problem with those is that I can only take a couple of hits, and then I'm done. They literally make my teeth hurt.
I veered toward tobacco flavors for a while, but even some of those were too sweet for me, with that unpleasant
So much for sleeping the night through.
DIY has actually been fairly far from my mind for a while. Tonight, however, I decided to try revisiting my failed attempt at making a decent cappuccino one more time before completely throwing in the towel. I looked over my first recipe and the remix, and decided to remove one ingredient and reduce the amount of flavoring from 15% to 6%. It worked wonders. I now have a very nice, smooth cappuccino, with a very lightly sweet aftertaste. It kind