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Best Menthol, Period

Sometimes your juice gets lost in the mail, and then you're all out, so you just find a local vape shop to get something to use in the meantime. This was how I discovered Rasta Vapors and Tropwen specifically. I described precisely what I was looking for in a juice--sharply cool peppermint, more burn than sweet, not too tobacco-y, and with an excellent throat hit--and the clerk introduced me to Tropwen, which is exactly what I wanted. Unfortunately, that shop closed, but before it did, they directed me to the Rasta Vapor site so I could keep getting my juice. Tropwen itself is perfect. I've tried others, but none give me the same flavor intensity and enjoyment that it does. If you're looking for something that feels and tastes like the best menthol ever, look no further: this is the one.

My go to

I have tried hundreds and hundreds of ejuices. I have found others I like but eventually get sick of them. Snake bite however is my go to and have been using it for 2 years now and never get sick of it. Now it is all I buy except for the occasional swaggerific for a treat. Best quality juice I have ever found and the price is awesome

Damn!!!! We love to hear things like this! Thanks for taking the time to review! Keep on Keeping on fam, Much ❤ from all of use a Rasta Vapors!
One of my favorite

Love this ..I only vap max VG the flavor is amazing.

Thank you for your review! Much ♥
Love the juice

I love this juice and i like the new packaging! Thanks guys!

Full flavors

You can taste each one of the flavors. The cotton candy is dead on. And the raspberry complements the cranberry great flavor for someone who likes pizzazz

This is one of my all day vapes as well :) its a hidden little secret on our wild flavor menu! Thank you again for taking the time to review everything you scooped up!

Ugly Rumors: Did Mitch Zeller repeal the FDA deeming regulations?

There are some nasty rumors spreading like wildfire across the Internet and social media that Mitch Zeller and his cronies have repealed the FDA deeming regulations. Vapers beware. This is completely untrue, but those spreading the rumor may have simply misunderstood the new FDA updates.

It all began with an official announcement by the FDA on November 16, 2016. The press release was referring to the Pre-Market Tobacco Application (PMTA) process and some changes to the submission protocols involved. The entire announcement was written in a language that was very difficult to understand, largely because of all the legal mumbo-jumbo used to write the document. The following paragraph is what is fueling many of the false rumors online.

“The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) published in the Federal Register of August 8, 2016, a direct final rule regarding procedures for refusing to accept premarket tobacco product submissions. The comment period closed October 24, 2016. FDA is withdrawing the direct final rule because the Agency received significant adverse comment. FDA will consider the comments we received on the direct final rule to be comments on the companion proposed rule published at 81 FR 52371 (August 8, 2016).”

- FDA announcement, Federal Register

What is the new status of the FDA deeming regulations now?

Mitch Zeller and the FDA are essentially trying to clarify some long-standing questions related to the PMTA process. For example, what if an e-liquid supplier pays the $300,000 to perhaps $3 million for the application, which is later rejected by the FDA? Must the vape shop start all over again? Is the owner required to fork over another hefty fee to the FDA?

These were some very good questions being asked by both small business owners and certain members of Big Tobacco, namely Altria’s Philip Morris of Marlboro cigarettes. By releasing the November 16 update, the FDA is clarifying the original deeming regulations by saying that a simple amendment process will be implemented to save the retailer both time and money. Unfortunately, many mistook this statement to mean that the FDA deeming regulations were being repealed entirely, which is decidedly not the case.