Recommend a Juice

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  1. VFAdmin

    VFAdmin Administrator
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    Hey,

    I go through about 30ml a week of juice. I wanted to make this post so people could recommend juices to me because I buy quite a bit.

    Who Makes it?
    Where to buy?
    Flavor?

    6nic or higher
     
  2. trlrtrash13

    trlrtrash13 Rookie

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    What do you like? I just got some JFK from Dead Prezidents. Strawberry custard, slightly tangy, very creamy. Good stuff.
     
  3. Arkel

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    I've had Bavarian Hazelnut Cream, Dr.Pepper(And the soda is my favorite beverage too), and chocolate mint. There is a lot to try but I am saving money and vaping pretty lightly with no nicotine, since I am not in a rush to finish it off.

    I get my juices, tanks, accessories, etc from Texas Vape in my local area.

    Have a look at their juices: http://www.texasvapestores.com/juices.html
     
  4. VFAdmin

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    I like sweet vapes so all of these sound like they fit the bill at the moment. I use to vape alot of custards but got tired of them being so sweet.
     
  5. VapeMinion

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    A good fit for you might be Reverb from the Audio Fog line. It's a strawberry fruit chew, but it's not overly sweet. It is made my Rockytop Vapors, which also makes The Shocker line. Audio Fog is only available in 120ml bottles and costs $35-40 retail. Another line if you like cereal vapes is Cereal City. There are 7 flavors and they are all on point without being super sweet. My personal favorite from that line is Milkenberry....think Frankenberry from back in the day.
     

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