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Chemical Tastes
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bibliora Offline
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Chemical Tastes
I'm on a budget at the moment and worry about indulging in some of the more exotic juices, that some would be chemical tasting.  I know juice is subjective, but what flavors have you found to be generally chemical tasting.  Sweet, Tart, Cream, Chocolate?  - Torrey
02-05-2016 05:36 AM
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RE: Chemical Tastes
Tobacco. Most of then.
02-05-2016 09:31 AM
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RE: Chemical Tastes
Some fruit blends can have a perfume taste, some citric flavours can have a chemical cleaner taste.

Most well know brands are really good, food fighter makes some of the sweetest cackiest flavours I've ever tried.. Soo good!

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02-05-2016 11:49 AM
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RE: Chemical Tastes
im a budget vaper my self , dirt cheap juices tend to be poor quality and often have chemically tastes .
the $5-$7 range offers a bit more quality . mount baker has 15ml bottles for 7-9 USD and are of decent quality , though some flavors do need to steep a bit longer .

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02-05-2016 01:36 PM
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RE: Chemical Tastes
On a budget, your best bet is to mix your own juice. It's easy as long as you're careful with the nicotine, and it's way cheaper in the long run. I mixed 1000ml of juice a few months ago, total cost was $80 which comes out to about $2 for 30ml (I think, if I did my math correctly). 
Other than that, my best suggestion is Hangsen juice. They're inexpensive and good quality. 
Like peter-k and gentlydoingit* said, tobacco and fruit are the more likely ones to taste funky, though there are some good ones out there. I mostly vape dessert flavors, usually they're great. 
02-05-2016 01:40 PM
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