August 16, 2015
I swung by ECC in Pamona on a B2B day. It's amazing how far the industry has progressed in a short time, which is also evident by how this convention has matured. It has grown to the point where it's impossible for me to visit every vendor. That kinda sucks because I don't want to miss any hidden gems.
I go there looking mostly for new juice lines, and there's no shortage of those. I tasted over 200 different e-liquid flavors in one afternoon. By 6 pm, my head was spinning from the nic high and my tongue was coated with a VG PG film. Whereas the e-liquids have also matured, there remains the typical bell curve of quality—a few excellent ones, a few horrible ones, and lots of mediocre ones. Also, the packaging is very important in such a competitive industry. I found, as in previous years, that exceptional packaging does not imply exceptional juice.
My top impressions:
Here are the e-juice gems I found and will be adding to the MaxVaping arsenal:
Stay tuned for these new lines as they should be showing up on our shelves in the next week or two.
Vape on, my sisters and brothers!
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