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Rooster Cogburn

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Is there anyplace within 100 miles of Chicago with a retail store to buy flavorings?
I think you can get like Lorann’s Flavors from Walmart but you’d have to be careful and get water soluable ones because they also sell oils which aren’t vapeable. Online is the way to go, why do you want a brick&mortar store to buy them?
 

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I'm near Chicago, but buy my flavors online from Ecig Express, Bull City or DIYVS. Between those three I can always get what I need without any hassle.
 

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Here are the best shop where you can buy flavorings near Chicago

  1. Vape312
  2. Global Smoke and Vape
  3. Vape312 River West
  4. Vape Daze
  5. Up Smoke Shop
 

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Good catch, though it does say at the top of the page that it's a partial list. I'll call first to see if they have water based flavorings.

"Candy Supplies
Below is a general list of candy supplies that we regularly carry in our store.
Please keep in mind this is NOT everything that we have. "
 

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The company Lorann is actually "Lorann Oils"

There is a list online of which lorann flavorings are fine for vaping
A little googling and you'd have it.


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I recognize them because my local mom & pop pharmacy has these small 1 dram size lorann flavoring bottles for sale.
 

Just Frank

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Is there anyplace within 100 miles of Chicago with a retail store to buy flavorings?
Most of us order online from places like-

Bullcity Flavors- North Carolina
DIY Vapor Supply- Michigan
Flavor Jungle- Washinton
River Supply (Closed)- California
Wiz Labs- Florida
DIY Flavor Shack- Nevada
Gremlin DIY- Michigan? or Washington?
Chef's Flavours- (United Kingdom)
 

cheepshot

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Most of us order online from places like-

Bullcity Flavors- North Carolina
DIY Vapor Supply- Michigan
Flavor Jungle- Washinton
River Supply (Closed)- California
Wiz Labs- Florida
DIY Flavor Shack- Nevada
Gremlin DIY- Michigan? or Washington?
Chef's Flavours- (United Kingdom)
Thanks for the list, I am looking for a brick and mortar store around Chicago should I need to fill a flavor. There's a local store selling VG thankfully, $10/lb.
 

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Thanks for the list, I am looking for a brick and mortar store around Chicago should I need to fill a flavor. There's a local store selling VG thankfully, $10/lb.

$10 LB ? so what is that, about $100+ a gallon ? :eek: vs $20-25(?) online.

i'm not going to ask why you can't order online. but maybe you can find smeone local, freind/family that can, and have them place the order for you.
 

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I placed an order on Thursday after 4PM EST from DIY Flavor Shack in Las Vegas and it was delivered yesterday before lunch. They are going to be my new GoTo Vendor for the future.
 

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$10 LB ? so what is that, about $100+ a gallon ? :eek: vs $20-25(?) online.

i'm not going to ask why you can't order online. but maybe you can find smeone local, freind/family that can, and have them place the order for you.
I placed an order on Thursday after 4PM EST from DIY Flavor Shack in Las Vegas and it was delivered yesterday before lunch. They are going to be my new GoTo Vendor for the future.
I order online lol. Occasionally, I forget to order things like VG or a particular flavor where a BM would be helpful. I'm looking for (a few places have been posted, thank you) brick and mortar stores in Chicagoland that carry flavorings. Often there are recipes I'd like to try that I don't have a key ingredient and would buy it off the shelf at probably a 200% markup. I'm getting there but still not experienced enough to come up with substitutions on the fly.

1lb of VG is less than a quart, but close.
 

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Often there are recipes I'd like to try that I don't have a key ingredient

When I make a DIY e-Liquid I have never followed a recipe to the letter. I look at it and do my own spin on it. That way I can't criticize anyone but the chef~! ME
 

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I order online lol. Occasionally, I forget to order things like VG or a particular flavor where a BM would be helpful. I'm looking for (a few places have been posted, thank you) brick and mortar stores in Chicagoland that carry flavorings. Often there are recipes I'd like to try that I don't have a key ingredient and would buy it off the shelf at probably a 200% markup. I'm getting there but still not experienced enough to come up with substitutions on the fly.

1lb of VG is less than a quart, but close.

ok, fair enough. i am kind of in the same boat. but i just make due with what i have. i do need to oreder sometime kinda soon'ish. i am getting low on super sweet.
 

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