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Assistance Selecting Tobacco Liquid Flavor

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  1. bzowk

    bzowk Full Member

    Dec 20, 2013
    Hey Guys!

    I used to smoke a bit under a pack of Camel Turkish Gold daily. About 6 months ago, I decided to try an eCig. Ever since doing so, I haven't smoked a single real cigarette since.

    I've tried many different kinds but just recently bought a Clayton Elite (vaporizer? - a device which doesn't look like a cigarette, but bigger) which was the first time I was able to refill what I was using. It seems much more efficient and cheaper!

    My Question
    Out of the many brands I've tried, I've hated some and loved others. I was hoping that I could post what I enjoyed and perhaps someone could suggest which tobacoo flavored liquid I may like to save me time & money. Below is a list of what I've tried and my experience. So far, I overall (by far) like nJoy's Bold Refill (singles and refills have a totally different flavor) but they aren't in stock where I live anymore and expensive.
    - nJoy Bold Refill - 10/10 - My favorite - Smooth but higher nicotine - Not strong taste or sweet
    - nJoy Gold Refill - 6/10
    - nJoy Bold Single - 8/10
    - nJoy Gold Single - 8/10
    - Blu Refill Tobacco - 5/10 - Taste kinda sweet
    - Blu Refill Vanilla - 6/10 - Better even though never thought I'd live flavors, but doesn't last long at all
    - Blu Refills (all others) - Yuck!
    - Clayton e-liquid Tobacco - 5/10 - Sometimes taste / smell gives me headache - kinda sweet i guess?
    - Finiti Gold Refills - 6/10 - Hardly any taste at all - don't last long - better than nasty taste, though

    That's all I can think of at the moment. If you have tried any of the above or have any suggestions, I'd really appreciate them.

  2. LoveVanilla

    LoveVanilla Ultra Member ECF Veteran

    Nov 23, 2013
    The closest I've found to these:

    Are from Johnson Creek -- maker of Blu's proprietary juices. The ones recommended to me that I really liked were:

    Tennessee Cured (Red Oak line)
    Domestic (Red Oak line) and
    Vanda (Red Oak line)

    I've made multiple orders on the TC and Vanda but Domestic is also very good. FYI, I switched from pack-a-day to chain-vaping with 1.8mg/ml. After just a few weeks I'm comfortably vaping at 1.2 mg and considering 1.0mg. Better equipment does makes a difference though I still vape fairly heavy.

    Enjoy and good luck.
  3. bzowk

    bzowk Full Member

    Dec 20, 2013
    Thanks - I appreciate it. I may try those, but am looking for something more similar to nJoy because I don't want to have to spend money, wait for it to come in, then see if I like it or not. Wish there was a place locally.

    Obviously, some brands sell in stores (such as Clayton Elite.) Anyone know of a local store chain that has e-liquid besides Clayton brand? Thanks
  4. PsychedChicken

    PsychedChicken Full Member

    Dec 12, 2013
    Any smoke shops in your area? You would be suprised how many carry ejuice now. Every store around here that sells hookahs, or pipes, or any just specialty tobacco stores seem to carry them.
  5. mariusk

    mariusk Senior Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Nov 23, 2012
    The Kentucky Premium Blend series from Vermillion River is worth a try.
  6. Blitzen

    Blitzen Full Member

    Dec 20, 2013
    Louisville, KY, USA
    As a former Camel Crush smoker, I enjoy a "Camel" flavored juice from my local shop and they will mix up batches until you are satisfied with the product.
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