Go for the Gold...
I came for the vape. I stayed for the giggles.
PS. Whatever you're vapin... I want some
Last edited by Jebus; 03-30-2012 at 12:39 PM.
I like the Joyetech RY4 it reminds more of Janty with just a liter flavor, it would make a real good replacement since Janty is so high in price.
Can anyone help me find a replacement? I know the whole subjectivity thing, but if you know I love BWB RY4 after a month of steeping than maybe that can inform you as to my likes. I currently am steeping Highbrow RY4 and it is smelling less and less like floral tobacco and more and more like something I want to vape. Still a little skeptical...
In cue...Vaperite VR4, Vaporstation VS4, Mm and Pop Ry4, Bloog RY4 (surprised this made the list but willing to try.)
p.s. For all those people that don't like their BWB RY4, pm me. If not, trust that you are well advised to not throw it away! Trust me, you WILL make your money+ back!
p.s.2 Why don't some of these companies take the most popular juices and steep them themselves for a month or so, and charge a few extra dollars or so? It seems like a win win?!
I'm afraid you'll need to continue parsimoniously meting out your small weekly ration of BWB RY4 to stretch it as far as possible, since there is nothing like it available in the marketplace, nor is there likely to be anytime in the future.
The other RY4s you mentioned in your post are all quite good in their own right, but they bear no resemblance to BWB RY4.
So I have to ask you Janty RY4 lovers a question. I bought my first bottle of Janty RY4 in 100% VG. It tastes like a dirty ashtray to me. Should I bother trying the PG version?
The closest I have found to their clean blend is Nhaler's R Why Not and a well steeped KickBassVaping's RY4. A cheaper alternative could be JooglerJuice's Joogler's Blend.
The other alternative is to try mixing your own. TPA's RY4 Double is very good, and I have heard good things about the new alcohol based flavoring. VZ USA RY4 E-Liquid | E Juice - E Cig : Joye eGo & eGo-T | Boge Leo | Cartomizers | E-Liquid | Electronic Cigarettes | eGo Tank
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