The Vaping Saga – Episode 4
Okay, here we are again, and on the verge of a full understanding of why the vaping experience tends to come up short on satisfaction.
When you first get into vaping, there’s a quiet unspoken assumption that the result of what we’re doing is the way it’s supposed to be. Oh contraire. . .If you had never eaten a steak and were to some degree unsure of what it was, then when you finally took a bite you have to go with what it tastes like right then and there. But what if the steak you were attempting to eat was made out of Styrofoam. You would think that all steak was supposed to taste like that, simply because you didn’t have anything else to compare it with. Right? Steak’s no big deal and it tastes like…well nothing really. Now do that for years, until one day some nice person gives you a medium rare T Bone steak that would melt in your mouth. That would rewrite the whole steak experience.
Now imagine taking a vape on a device that will actually deliver the flavor that was engineered into the E-Cig. There are over one thousand flavors available on the open market and instead of receiving a fraction of the flavor, you get the whole burrito. The soft drink flavors actually taste like they’re carbonated. There are some that were created to be heat sensitive, so they taste like one flavor on the inhale and another on the exhale.
In the vaping world, there is no substitute for superior hardware, but moreover, there is none for excellent wetware. Shown below is the company that makes my favorite e-liquid. The company is called Dekang and they make a full line of flavors.
To start your search for a better e-liquid, I would suggest this location –
Understand, this website is only one of many that carry this line of fine products.
On my next installment I’ll show my latest acquisition, and get into the best way to manipulate Ohm’s Law.
Posted on August 25, 2014, in E-Cigarettes/Vaping and tagged dekang, e-cigarettes, e-liquid, quit smoking, solitaire parke, vape, vaping. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.
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