Some companies make their juice to order because they allow the customer to pick the PG/VG ratio, nic level and add extra flavor shots (even a hit of menthol). Considering this it's not feasible for them to have things premixed and in stock waiting for your order. This is where steeping cons into play. I order what I know I will like right out of the mail and then have others I can wait on to steep. It gives me something to look forward to. It can take more than a week for a blend of multiple flavors to come together nicely. Just like a fine whiskey aged in an oak barrel. That's worth waiting for isn't it?
I have a bottle of watermelon ejuice. It tasted good in the store but when I put it in my tank it was so perfumey I can't stand it. I tasted it a few times a day for several days. Maybe I need to take the cap off and let it breathe. I think I'm so turned off by the perfume though that I'll always taste it . Like a bad memory
Vapen tobacco flavors have never tasted good to me with the exception of ry4, dktab and 555. As for the decent vapen flavors I have found so far..
Iced cap mixed with kool
Blueberry - really needs cap off steeping
Strawberries and cream
I DIY most of my liquids now but can't mix a worthy vanilla so I order Vader pudding from mlv but get triple shot 32mg and dilute it into 3 parts and tastes great.
Currently vaping on my nemesis/kfl setup
Thanks for the heads up OP. I placed an order with Canvape last week and was toying with trying some of their juices. I'll avoid this line though
I order pretty much all of my juice from either MLV or Canada Ejuice, but I'm always looking to expand my collection *lol*
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I heard that leaving your juice in the air or if there is a crack in the packaging, it will develop a horrid odor.
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