Nicoticket is amazing. Just recently I saw a post from a new customer in Europe (I think) raving about the shipping, too.
NT (Clark Kent Superman) makes his own vanilla steep. He uses the best bases and his mixing abilities are above and beyond.
I love H1N1 a really shining complex tobacco juice
Custard's Last Stand.
I don't vape fruits but folks just rave about gravity and beatlegeuse.
If you have any questions or concerns just email or hit Clark up on his chat feature and you will find him very responsive.
I can't say enough good about this vendor.
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didn't know those ones, will have a look at their stores
The juices i own from your list
halcyonvapors - Cran & Dragon Chi are amazing..
epic juice - Apple Jax & Main Squeeze.. yum. the entire line is good.
indigo vapor - Eastwood, Eureka, and The Turk are in my daily rotation.. fantastic tobacco flavors.. i have not tried an indigo tobacco i did not like.
Sampler packs is a great way to get started trying to find eliquid. Also, going to the local vape shot and hitting the juice bar is maybe the best way, if you have that available to you.
Because taste is so subjective, it's really hard to steer someone to a particular juice that they will "love." I know this because they usually don't, and maybe out of 150 juices I've ordered, I liked maybe 10 or 12, yet they all came highly recommended and are well loved by others. Also, same is true of many vendors. Some people swear that one vendor is the best in the world, and then I'll try like ten of their juices and not like a single one. It can be very frustrating at first. And what is it about "at first?"
The taste buds and sense of smell return to one degree or another over time, which varies by person. I couldn't taste anything other than cinnamon when I first started vaping. And with enough cinnamon, you can't taste anything else anyway, or that's how it worked for me. I started to DIY within a month of vaping, because I could at least experiment and eventually make what I liked, right? Wrong, everything I made tasted terrible for the first six months. I almost gave up on it. Eventually, though, I got where some of it tastes pretty good and I have six ADV's. But, that's taken a year and hundreds of different juices, literally hundreds. So, that left me with sampler packs and juice bars, now DIY. I used to recommend the "safe" vendors that everyone seems to like, but, for the most part, I don't like their juice either. It's ok, but I'm not going to recommend something that others might not like. No, it remains subjective. Good luck in your JuiceQuest. May the Flavor Gods be with you! Power up and vape on!
Three were given to the Elves, immortal, wisest, and fairest of all beings. Seven to the Dwarf lords, great miners and craftsmen of the mountain halls. And nine, nine Rings were gifted to the race of Men, who above all else, desire variable power.
-chock-full of flavor and taste like the flavors advertised
-absent of any artificial tastes
His juice is slightly more expensive than "budget" juice but less than pricey "boutique" bottles...absolutely worth it if you've had your fill of weak-flavored juices that taste weird.
You won't be disappointed with epic juice.