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Need some info on JC Peach please.

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  1. Tracey1

    Tracey1 Super Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Sep 22, 2009
    Tampa, Fl
    I really want to try JC Peach. Can I get some opinions and reviews from those of you that have tried it. I would love to hear your description it. I've only had the apple cider but I LOVE it. And I will be trying some of the new juices too but that peach ... I want to hear more about it.
    Thanks,
    Tracey.
     
  2. bettyboop

    bettyboop Super Member ECF Veteran

    Dec 1, 2008
    Somerset,Pa
    The JC Summer Peach was my all time favorite !! I bought RPG, I can't use straight PG.
    The peach is very good mellow sweet peach and the vapor was decent. I have to say is was the best peach not anything like others on the e-liq market today.

    But alas I can't order it anymore because it went all PG along with my other favorite Original..
    If you like PG definitely order it you will like it.
     
  3. Andtyler2

    Andtyler2 Senior Member ECF Veteran

    Oct 16, 2009
    Chicago, IL
    Hi, Tracey.

    It's been a long time since I tried the Peach (as part of the JC sampler) so I don't know what the latest version tastes like. But I do remember thinking that it was surprisingly subtle (in a good way) and tasted a lot like---well, a peach! I tend to favor darker flavors so I never ordered a larger bottle. But my first impression was positive.
     
  4. Tracey1

    Tracey1 Super Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Sep 22, 2009
    Tampa, Fl
    Hi Betty and AndTyler. Just what I wanted to hear. Like I said, I have only tried the Apple Cider and it's definitely not like anything I've ever tasted. Very good. And so different than anything I've vaped so far. I'll post again when I get mine. Thanks again for your help.

    Tracey
     
  5. cheeto_1983

    cheeto_1983 Full Member

    Feb 22, 2010
    Texas
    What is the deal with PG and RPG...why are people saying "I can't use full PG?" Isn't pg tasteless???? I know there are allergies, but besides that what is the deal?
     
  6. Andtyler2

    Andtyler2 Senior Member ECF Veteran

    Oct 16, 2009
    Chicago, IL

    I don't think taste is the major issue. Some people react negatively--in a host of ways--to different base liquids. (Maybe others can chime in here). Some of the physical reactions can be pretty unpleasant. I'm not allergic to PG but I do tend to like a mixture of PG and VG (another way of saying Reduced PG or RPG) I like what VG does to the vapor (makes it thicker) and also the taste (can make a juice taste sweeter). An all-PG juice can feel like it's drying me out. I have to drink a ton of water or else my throat feels parched and sore. But I don't like all VG juices either--they're almost too smooth. If I vape pure VG juice, my lungs start to feel heavy.

    Hard to explain. It's all about your subjective experience.

    Aside from clear somatic/allergic reactions, it comes down to personal preference. You'll have to experiment with both kinds of juice (and an RPG mixture) so that you can see for yourself whether you prefer or even need to avoid one or the other.

    There is a ton of information related to the PG v. VG v. RPG debate posted in different parts of the forum. Here, for starters, is an excerpt from DonDaBoomVape's 6 part primer, The Wonderful World of Vaping, in the ECF "Library" Thread.


    PG vs. VG

    The nicotine and flavoring are the ingredients that make our world go round, but what gets vaporized is the base liquid. In most cases, this is PG. But some people are allergic. You’ll know soon enough and it’s usually nothing serious. Symptoms vary, but can include: dry or sore throat, muscle cramps and aches, diarrhea, night sweats, and rash (usually not all at once or in the same person, thank goodness). If you experience any of these:
    1. Consult with your doctor (I ain’t no MD), certainly if it is anything other than mild discomfort and/or it continues for several days. [Sounds like the back label of a bottle of over-the-counter meds, doesn’t it … but there is a good reason they do that, you know.]

    2. Explore the Health, Safety and E-Smoking forum, especially its most-read thread: A List of Common Symptoms when E-smoking. ß Recommended for all new vapers. There are lots of “interesting” symptoms (some of them really nice) often associated with stopping smoking and starting vaping, only a few of which are PG-related.

    3. Try VG-based liquid … or PEG (Polyethelene Glycol) ... or ECOpure (brand name of a purported very pure UK-manufactured mixture consisting of VG, ethyl maltol, and nicotine … and no PG).
    Even if you are not allergic to PG, you might prefer VG or those others. Conventional wisdom is that PG packs more flavor and throat hit, but VG generates more vapor. [When I mix my own juice, I use both.]


    A link to the full article: http://www.e-cigarette-forum.com/forum/ecf-library/67327-wonderful-world-vaping-part-3-6-software-process.html
     
  7. bettyboop

    bettyboop Super Member ECF Veteran

    Dec 1, 2008
    Somerset,Pa
    JC is top notch on fast order processing! Ordered my favorite Summer Peach last night and I got the shipping notice this morning..I decided just to use Peter's way of making PG to RPG..
     
  8. SpiritAir

    SpiritAir Senior Member ECF Veteran

    Mar 6, 2010
    Louisiana
    i have some peach on the way....:thumbs:
    I can hardly wait!!!
     
  9. RamShot Rowdy

    RamShot Rowdy Battery Police Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    Nov 6, 2009
    Oklahoma, USA
    My wife tried the sample pack and she settled on the Peach as her favorite. It does taste like peach...I like original and Tennessee cured better though. But I like tobacco flavors.
     
  10. Tracey1

    Tracey1 Super Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Sep 22, 2009
    Tampa, Fl
    Your wife has very good taste! I love the peach too. It's good topped off with a little Tennessee Cured too. (Thanks for that idea Betty! :)) Actually, I find I like anything topped with Tennessee Cured or Original is really good.
    I was never a fan of ANY Cherry liquid, but I really like the Black Cherry, French Vanilla and Tennessee mixed. I actually ordered a big bottle of the Black Cherry.
    And MORE good news is that my husband has actually started vaping! Thanks to JC Espresso!!!! Woot Woot!!!! He's still smoking analogs as well, but he IS vaping. Need to order more Espresso today!!!!!
     
  11. Catwhisperer

    Catwhisperer Senior Member ECF Veteran

    Nov 20, 2008
    Honolulu, HI, USA
    I'm a big fan of Johnson Creek juices. I prefer PG because I like the throat hit, VG seems wimpy by comparison.

    Summer Peach is my favorite, JC Original is my favorite tobacco, black cherry is good, vanilla was OK, apple cider is great when I'm in the mood for it (it's different!!) - I honestly couldn't stand any of their coffee, chocolate or mint flavors. In their Red Oak line, I was so excited to try Valencia - and didn't like it. Island is good, I just wish it was PG :) but it's damn tasty!!

    The thing I like best about JC juices is their consistency. They seem to have a higher viscosity (I know I spelled that wrong). Since I'm a dripper, I've noticed they seem to last longer than other juices do. I refill less with JC and get more flavor and vapor longer than I do from many other juices. Rath especially seems weak, those first 2-3 hits are great then the flavor is gone. TastyVapor holds up okay, but not as well as JC does.

    Jenny

     
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