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(13-06-2015 02:11 AM)jerryz Wrote:  Nah..Im sure he would be reasonable. I think. As long as he doesn't exceed the price of gold.

Well it's good your sure because i'm not ,  he's definitely going to rip us off big time , i can just feel it.   Johnny may come across as a admirable guy who's always looking to do the right thing but thats exactly how Ted Bundy came across as well.

Just be careful if you ever do dealings with him face to face , have some type of weapon just to cover your ass.
13-06-2015 02:46 AM
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LOL! You guys are too funny. Rofl

I just so happened to place an order for more empty bottles, 10 each in 30ml & 50ml sizes. If you're lucky I won't charge much more than materials and shipping. I'll have to see how the next batch comes out. This last one may have been a fluke. Tongue

I may even experiment with some different tobacco blends. Wink
13-06-2015 05:29 AM
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(13-06-2015 05:29 AM)JohnnyMac Wrote:  I may even experiment with some different tobacco blends. Wink

Oh please for the love of God make a chocolate pipe tobacco extract! I've been looking everywhere for a good one to match the stuff I used to smoke, I'd love to try a natural extract with pipe tobacco and chocolate. Hell, if you don't want to make a chocolate one, just make a Cavendish extract and I'll add chocolate flavor to it Tongue
13-06-2015 07:28 AM
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Chocolate is almost impossible to get right - so much is tied up with what the trade cal the "mouthfeel" which cannot be replicated in vapour.

I've yet to find a chocolate that doesn't lead to immediate cleaning and rewicking.

OTOH if you want a taste that is like Hershey's...

(Insert disgusting simile in here). Personally, .... 

(I had something really vile in mind here - I've spent about 6 months working in a lab in a sewage works and have a strong stomach. And it's vile by those standards Smile)

And that is from a country where our local chocolate is only a tiny bit better.

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14-06-2015 07:17 PM
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Well, since my DIY tobacco juice worked well with the Black Cavendish flavor, I figured I'd hit the tobacco shop this afternoon and get some new flavors to try mixing with.

I picked up some Black Cherry Cavendish as well as some Black Currant Cavendish (smells incredible!).

I also got something called BCA which I have no clue what is in it except it's a Cavendish base but smells a bit like chocolate and something else. Figured it was worth trying.

I also picked a clean Navy Cut Flake tobacco that should make an extremely clear, mild tasting juice. Wanted to know what a simple virginia type tobacco extract would taste like.

Once the 20 bottles I ordered from FT show up I'll start mixing stuff up and see what comes of it. Big Grin
14-06-2015 08:48 PM
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(14-06-2015 08:48 PM)JohnnyMac Wrote:  Well, since my DIY tobacco juice worked well with the Black Cavendish flavor, I figured I'd hit the tobacco shop this afternoon and get some new flavors to try mixing with.  

I picked up some Black Cherry Cavendish as well as some Black Currant Cavendish (smells incredible!).  

I also got something called BCA which I have no clue what is in it except it's a Cavendish base but smells a bit like chocolate and something else.  Figured it was worth trying.  

I also picked a clean Navy Cut Flake tobacco that should make an extremely clear, mild tasting juice.  Wanted to know what a simple virginia type tobacco extract would taste like.

Once the 20 bottles I ordered from FT show up I'll start mixing stuff up and see what comes of it. Big Grin
Sounds really good. Good luck you mad scientist. 

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14-06-2015 08:59 PM
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Post: #37
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(08-06-2015 02:57 PM)jerryz Wrote:  Check that Capella site I sent you. They have a nice selection of creams, custards and vanilla's.
Capella's Vanilla Custard is one of the best I have ever tried. 5 stars
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