I don't mind the TH, it's my wife who doesn't, the razzwow does have the th too and not quite as strong in taste as I thought it would, maybe steeping will bring out the flavor more. Maybe it's because we get the wow, but seems most flavors have the th, which does work for me, just not for the wife.
From my own experiences, if your other half is looking for smoother vaping then you will likely want to consider the following.
Firstly, a variable voltage device like the DAV is highly recommended, and in combination I find that the 2ohm Single Coil tank cartos seem to offer the sweet spot for low voltage on them (better battery life, nice big clouds of vapor, easy going on the coils so they last quite long). The 1.5ohm DC that comes with tanks does well enough, just tends to drain the battery quicker and produces 'warmer' vapor.
Secondly, I really think the WoW fruit flavors tend to generally deliver less throat hit and a lighter or smoother vape. I'm a big fan of lower nic WoW Blueberry and Grape for light and smooth long term vaping. What I mean by that is consistent usage and really just enjoying the flavor more than trying to get a nic fix.
Finally, the level of nicotine potency does have a pretty large impact on throat hit. The lower the concentration the more smooth it will likely be, as the nicotine tends to produce a sharp context (even peppery like in the real strong levels). I keep a couple different levels of various flavors for that reason, as well as some zero nic bottles to dilute in order to custom mix. I like low nicotine levels for my fruit flavors, as I tend to enjoy the flavor a bit more that way - though I probably use them in more quantity and for longer lengths as a result of that compromise.
Thanks for the advice endemic, unfortunately we're talking about my wife really and she has no desire to move away from stick batteries or clearos that are the same size as the battery, she has found a few juices that work good for her, just no fruit flavors so far, but the search is not done yet.......:scooter:
Nailz sir part of her problem is using clearos on the stick batteries Vapor4Life sells. Especially if it's a king diamond or vapor titan battery. They run above 3.85v for most of their charge, she needs something that runs at 3.2v-3.6v regulated...