7/22/11

Cherry Tobacco Backwoods Brew

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12 MG 

Introduction
I get it backwoods brew flavors are faint. But this one has a born on date of 2/8/11 That is over half a year ago. The flavor is really faint. The ejuice is not juicy but it isn't dry. It bugs my throat a little. Like the BWB Melonbacko this taste is way to distant for me.




Vapor Production Key

I am using a numeric key to represent different vapor. I judge the juice at different wattages.

1 Weak vapor production less then a half puff of an analog cigarette
2 Defiantly not enough vapor. Less then a puff of an analog
3 Same amount of vapor as a short puff of an analog cigarette
4 More smoke then a puff but not the same as a drag
5 Same vapor production as a drag from an analog cigarette
6 Little more then a drag but no clouds of vapor
7 Just shy from clouds of vapor
8 little cloud of vapor
9 cloud of vapor
10 amazing amounts of clouds of vapor. Almost feel like you need to open some windows.


How I rate E Juice
I am vaping on a Darwin mod from Evolv. Different juices taste different at different wattages.
You can use OHMs Law to find what atomizer or cartomiser to use to obtain the the flavor you want if you don't have a Darwin. Here is a nice online calculator of OHMs law you can use.


4.2 Watts    3 Faint sweet cherry taste with a hint of tobacco.
6.2 Watts    4 Warmer cherry tast with a hint of tobacco
8.2 Watts    5 Grassy tobacco taste come out a bit more still is distant like the cherry taste.
10.2 Watts 7 Bigger grassy tobacco taste with a hint of cherry. Way too dry here.
12.7 Watts  9 Toasty grassy tobacco with a hint of sweetness. Nice taste but to dry and distant.


Numbers signify vapor production. They correspond to the vapor production key above.


Conclusion
If you like faint juices this juice might be for you. It tastes too watered down for me.