Post By kopigeek
Post By vapero
Best Coffee Flavoured Vapes
As a new vaper puffing guy I was hoping some fellow coffee loving vapes here can point me to their fave bean juice as there is a vast array of choices out there!
I must be getting old - what on earth are you talking about?
I thought 'puffing vapes' was what kids did with spray cans - so I'm completely lost and can't even shoot for an answer!
Cheers Matt "grumpy old fart who can't get with the lingo"
Never heard of coffee "chroming" but I'll give it a "crack".
Unfortunately I think most coffee snobs prefer to drink their coffee rather than "smoke" it. Though it's certainly an interesting way to take in those coffee volatiles!
Originally Posted by cmotd
I'm with you DBC - I had to Google that before replying
Originally Posted by DesigningByCoffee
Haha, sorry I didn't realise it was such an obscure thing. Vaping is the much healthier and tastier alternative to smoking cigs basically. You use a gadget made up of two main parts, a battery or "Mod" and a vapourising chamber or "Tank" As with coffee hardware there are crap mods and tanks and really good ones that give you better flavour and clouds - along with a bazillion different liquids with different flavours.
I have been vaping for just over 5 years and have not had a smoke since. My health improved greatly, I can breathe now and my cough has gone after 40 odd years of smoking.
I tend to drink my coffee and vape my DIY vanilla custard.
I did try some espresso from Vape King once which was nice but I still prefer to drink my coffee.
You could ask on the aussie vapers forum as there sure are a lot of e liquid vendors out there.
I had the thought to run some propylene glycol over some grounds instead of water though an Aeropress but couldn't really be bothered.
Good luck with it.
Head over to ECF there are some interesting coffee extraction techniques using pg I haven't third then though
Yeah, vaping makes smoking so last bloody decade.
If you still smoke check it out as it can help , but bear in mind that the major players such as big Tobacco and Big pharma are really upset about this as it is eating huge holes into their profits, esp in Europe.
The nicotine replacement products that these people produce are crashing, mainly because they do not work (95 percent ineffective) and this disruptive technology ie. e cigs actually works with no cost to anyone.We did it by ourselves. It is a grass roots sort of thing that has spread by word of mouth and we are looking out for each other. We take care of each other because our Governments could not give a shit unless there is money to be made.
Sorry about any rantiness but somehow money seems to rule human consciousness to a rather extreme degree. Personally I would prefer that the deep thought that we are capable of would dictate such things.
I would be rather upset if the government told me that making my coffee had to be done in only one way.
F#ck them for always interfering .
I can happily say that me and my girlfriend quit smoking completely using ecigs. I started using it for the novelty without any intention as a quitting aid, then it replaced smoking completely. Over the next 3-4 years I slowly cut the nicotine down (24 mg/ml to 18, to 15, to 12, to 8, to 4, to 0!). When there wasn't any nicotine left I simply lost interest. The jury is still out regarding health effects, but as long as you have your equipment set up right (no dry burns) its bloody obvious that its less harmful than smoking.
Regarding coffee flavours, I would suggest getting several concentrates to try from 'Flavour Art' and 'the Flavor Apprentice' and see what you like. I think I liked TFA cappucino but not the mocha, and I never tried the espresso. I was too hesitant to try steeping the coffee grinds in PG as I didn't like the idea of shit getting burnt.
I should add that I ended up using menthol 99% of the time as it tasted the best and I wasn't worried about its effects on the lungs. I think I ended up more addicted to the menthol hit than nicotine by the end!
I was never a menthol cigarette smoker