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B Road Blaster - you're right, a lot of people are going the DIY route, and more power to them. It's where I started and it's been a journey. I had a discussion with my mum the other day about wintergreen, I was surprised that she knew what it was (it's the flavour of Dentyne chewing gum, Deep Heat and root beer that no one can quite put their finger on), but she told me my uncle used to use it as a salve after playing rugby when he was a lot younger and we had a good conversation about it. Doesn't seem that important, but flavours and aromas can really take you back to points in your life in the same way that music can connect you to important moments you remember.
On topic, at the moment there are no plans to release one-shots/concentrates. It doesn't mean that it won't happen in the future, but there's a lot going on now over here already, so that good idea is on the back burner for the time being. It is a good idea though, and I can see it having potential so watch this space!
Also, I did contact Phil Busardo for a review! Here's his reply:
"Hey Nathan! Really appreciate that, but I'm limiting liquid reviews to US based manufacturers... until there are none left I guess. ;-)
As you say it is amazing what different smells / tastes / sounds can drag up from the memory banks. TBH i am still not convinced a "commercial juice reviewer" will help your brand that much, As us vapers seem to all be a fickle bunch and take most things with a pinch of salt anyway.
Like most things it takes time for a product to gain momentum and get a good loyal following (unless you have ££££££££ to throw at marketing ).
To me i tend to see what "true" everyday vapers are using I:E the forum members or mates then see what their view on said juice is like, If they say its worth a punt then i may buy a bottle to try i am also the same with one shots / concentrates.
So after all that waffle i say word of mouth is you best way to get your name / juice out in the wild and into the publics mind. Maybe send a few out for free also do a few comps where people could win a couple of bottles of your juice as long as they do a review on a few sites.
Post by B Road Blaster on Sept 22, 2019 8:51:48 GMT
As above its nice of you to respond to everybody and let us know your views / feelings. TBH a lot of us DIY our juice so therefore only tend to buy premixed juice as a "treat", But having a quick look through your site i like the idea of been able to buy different ratios. Also it seems to me that for us home brewers it may be worth looking into one-shots of your best sellers.
I have one brand new Eleaf pico and one not very used pico as I don’t get on with them. They are both hot pink. One is still sealed and the other has been used maybe 5 times. Unsure of what to charge as not sure on current prices