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    The new AC is nothing like the older one. The sweet taste is completley gone. I loved AC and only used it for a couple of years. But now it taste kind of nasty. I wish they could make the older one. I don't know what eliquid I am going to use now. Anybody got any suggestions.

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    I was about to make my usual AC order but am thinking about branching out to Burmanii. What doubler are you supposed to mix with that? I don't see a Burmanii... should I use AC doubler to mix this down?

    I will still try AC (new blend). I have been vapping it for 3.5 years now. My favorite by a long shot. Every time I try something new, I come right back to AC. Hmm.

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    I too just got the new AC and with no steep time I tried it. Pleasantly surprised, I like it. The cinnamon is definitely different, in a good way. I have been vaping AC since I started vaping.

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    It's going to be hit or miss with a lot of people now. And it still irritates me to this day why Lorann's needed to fix something that was CLEARLY not broken. But like us, they have their own business model and reasons for doing what they do.

    However, having spent over $80,000 on them last year, I would have expected better treatment when I called about my concern of the new cinnamon tasting like clove, that they just came clean about the matter rather than handing me a lie stating nothing had changed until AFTER I handed them the GC analysis I did on their stuff, which CLEARLY showed a sudden 2% content of Eugenol Acetate.

    But, we did what we could to bleed out that clove edge as much as we could with the cinnamon in the AC. It's not exactly the same, and I hate making exceptions like this for what has been hands-down our best seller, but at least we've been up front with all of you about not only the dilemma, but the solution.

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    I have to agree with martha1014...not feeling it. Ever since I tried the new formula, it wasn't for me. Something was just not hitting the spot. Sorry Geoff, but never ordered since.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr. Tasty Vapor View Post
    It's going to be hit or miss with a lot of people now. And it still irritates me to this day why Lorann's needed to fix something that was CLEARLY not broken. But like us, they have their own business model and reasons for doing what they do.

    However, having spent over $80,000 on them last year, I would have expected better treatment when I called about my concern of the new cinnamon tasting like clove, that they just came clean about the matter rather than handing me a lie stating nothing had changed until AFTER I handed them the GC analysis I did on their stuff, which CLEARLY showed a sudden 2% content of Eugenol Acetate.

    But, we did what we could to bleed out that clove edge as much as we could with the cinnamon in the AC. It's not exactly the same, and I hate making exceptions like this for what has been hands-down our best seller, but at least we've been up front with all of you about not only the dilemma, but the solution.
    Hello Geoff! I know this might sound really crazy but you seem to really know this business well. You have grown considerably in the past 3 years. Is it even possible you might eventually make your own flavorings. This would solve a ton of problems as you would be able to perfect your own flavors without being dependent on other companies. I know this may be a extremely large undertaking. But knowing you, I think it is possible for you.

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    Gonna be very honest here. We know our way around flavorings, but we don't know diddly about making flavorings. Our operation as it is, is extremely labor intensive as everything is hands-on and done by people, not machinery. We don't have inflated prices, our electronics aren't marked up all that much, so we don't make a ton of money like a lot of the other ecig/eliquid people do.

    Manufacturing our own flavors would take a TON of research, a ton of equipment, chemists, which all take a ton of money that we don't have....So, we're pretty content to let other people make the flavors because that's just really not our forte.

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    Still vaping the AC. I did not know of the change until I got my last order and at first I thought it was my tastes had changed or I got an "off" batch. There is a hint of a chemical aftertaste, can't quite put my finger on it but it is not the same glorious goodness of before. It's still vapable and I plan on finishing the bottle but it is no longer my ADV and that makes me a sad panda.

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    I remember the original recipe, and it was amazing. They AC I just got in the mail is still really good, but definitely different. I used to vape AC one day out of the week, and I will do the same now that I am back to vaping again.

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    I'm really disappointed with the "new" Atomic Cinnacide, it doesn't compare with previous. I had traded with a fellow vaper who thought it was too strong, but I thought it was great. The sample size had a born on date of 1/25/2013, it was great I thought. I mixed with Apple Pie mix and loved it so much I decided to order a 4oz doubler. Now that I have the doubler there is no comparison, so weak I can hardly detect the cinnamon. It is also much lighter in color and has a milky look rather than the transparent amber look of the previous bottle.

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