Discussion in 'Requests for Opinions/Reviews' started by Doctor Rock, Feb 7, 2010.
Any good? I was an American Spirit "Blue" smoker.
Haven't tried that flavor. Just got my VG Tobacco flavor in though and love it. He sent me a small sample of another flavor I wanted to try as well. Jeffrey and Laurin really care about what they're doing.
I still smoke American Spirit mediums (much less than I did before vaping...) and have tried the American Spirit juice. It's pretty good, but not an exact match. I wonder if it's possible to do exact matches. I will qualify this by saying that, while I originally thought all I would want is the tobacco flavor with an occasional menthol, I am finding that I now want anything but.
Wordupecigs is really very good. I love their service.
I used to like American Spirits, most of the time they were hard to find . I think I will take a look at this too.
I finally found their website, it looks like they specialize in tobacco flavors and that is what I am looking for. This looks like a good find.
Link Tuesday, link!
Edit: nvm I found it - lol
For those interested it was http://www.wordupecig.com/Home.html - at least I hope thats the same one they DO have 'American spirit' as a choice
No kiddin'... I counted 44 non-menthol tobacco flavors.
Chesterfield...Old Gold...Pall Mall? Now I'm intrigued.
Anyone interested in trying them might go for their e-lquid Variety Pack, five 5-ml bottles for $20.99:
e-liquid Variety Sample Pack
Dr. R, is that your dog in your Avatar? If so, he's so cute....there's another thread under this subheading that talks about Wordup. A couple of people like the American Spirit and many profess very good customer service.
Yes there eliquid is Great they also have six 10ml bottles for $41 now that is a deal waiting for myn to get here this is the link
Wordupecig E-liquid Variety Pack to me they have one if not the best tobacco eliquid TMO
Personally, I find the flavor of Word up's American Spirit so similar to an analog I don't like it anymore. Their RY4 is good, too.
Thanks, everyone! I really want to take the plunge on this one...I still haven't yet.
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