Flavor descriptions. What are these?

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  1. Killjoy1

    Killjoy1 Ω Destroyer Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    Never seen these before and I'm curious what they are

    Blue Cow
    Gallic Charm
    Hill Town

    And any sort of description on the Welsh Pipe? There's quite a bit of variety in the pipe flavors I've tried and I'm curious what sort of characteristics this has


    Admittedly, I'm up to my ears in flavorings already (and just recently stocked up on some of my faves), but knowing me if any of these sound good I may just break down and have to try them :p
     
  2. Nick O'Teen

    Nick O'Teen Super Member ECF Veteran

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    Blue Cow is a fruity caffeinated flavour, based on a popular UK alcopop - raspberry and lime notes predominate.
    Gallic Charm is Gallois, and Hill Town is Hylton (our legal advice has been to move away from names that are too close to tobacco brands - that's also why Mar***** flavours have now been renamed American Red and Gold. Stroppy lawyers the tobacco companies employ by all accounts.)
    Red Bullet is also now Red Cow.

    Welsh Pipe is pretty similar to the old black label Rich Pipe.
     
  3. Killjoy1

    Killjoy1 Ω Destroyer Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    Ah, thanks Nick. Leave it to the lawyers to cause confusion :p


    BTW, I just this week got restocked on Cafe B and Doppio concentrates. You did a heck of a job removing the coloring from those, I couldn't believe how light the Doppio was!
     
  4. Nick O'Teen

    Nick O'Teen Super Member ECF Veteran

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    hehe - we've got some pretty top-end lab equipment now :)
     
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