Don't know Ms. Harmony. Just know I'm allergic to coconut... :)
I'm pretty sure that the flavor/allergy relationship is the same for vaping as it is for candies, etc. If the flavoring is created using mutual chemical compounds with an allergen, it will probably cause a reaction in someone with said allergy.
In short, if you have an allergy and suspect that a flavor MAY contain something you're allergic to, play it safe. Call Vapor4Life and ask, or avoid that flavor altogether. Don't forget that some flavors might contain flavorings not mentioned explicitly in the name (for instance, milk chocolate is typically made with vanilla).
Now, I have a couple of favorites that I love...same with my daughter. And, we either order Carts or small bottles to try flavors. Someone (and I can't remember who) recently had a great idea. He orders the pre filled carts, and if he likes one of the flavors, when he orders the juice...he has carts that are neatly labeled for that flavor. That's important, because I forget what flavor is in what cart otherwise.
Anyway, you are SO creative...you will have all this figured out in no time to custom fit your taste.
Your are a delight on this Forum. I can't wait to sign on and see what you and a couple other folks have come up with. Your "dictionary" is a great example of that. LOL
Catch you later!
No problem Ms. Harmony. :)
Cool vs WOW: Think of stage lighting.... WOW is like a spotlight on the main performer, and its harder for you to see the remaining cast members.... Coolcarts "turn off" the spotlight. After your eyes adjust the entire cast becomes visible.
On new juices, I like to test-drive them in prefilled carts I've finished and cleaned to get a sense of which type they'll do better in. (note, this doesnt work if the prefilled flavor was super strong like say cherry or menthol). So if you don't have coolcart blanks already, order a pack of prefilled "mild" something (555, vanilla, etc). Then you can test TWO flavors in coolcarts: the prefilled one, and juice.
Oh, and one last note about strength: NIC does have a flavor (kind of peppery), and plays a similar role in "stage lighting". More subtle flavors like vanilla or coconut are more prominent in lower nic levels. If I want to up my nic level, I usually do that with tobacco flavors (TT, Virginia, Wowbacco, No.7), and not the more subtle ones (French Vanilla Ice Cream, Col.Caramel, etc).
Take chances. Experiment! The cost of prefilled is not much more than blanks, and in a few cases I've vaped one carto of a flavor and did not like it so I cleaned them all and used them for other juices. Good Luck, have fun!!!
But again .........see below.................vvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvv :vapor:
In other words you've experienced what I told you over at ecf about the cool and wow cartos Plarkinjr sir. :) Higher ohms, more surface area, every flavor gets a voice (which can be good or bad depending on the juice), lower ohms with less surface area bring some to the front, others disappear (same issue applies). This happens even at the same wattage.