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  1. #1
    Join Date
    Apr 2003
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    Default Not in the beverage section

    While it is not a beverage by classification, the similarities are obvious.

    Nicotine Water

    The goal is simple, to be an effective smoking alternative it must be available where ever cigarettes are sold.
    While the product(s) will easily exceed any expectations, obviously such an ambitious goal will not be achieved without considerable help.

    Contact info on web site.
    marshall thompson

  2. #2
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    Harpers Ferry, West Virginia/ Frederick, Maryland
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    That sounds like it would taste nasty!

  3. #3
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    The poor taste misconception is a marketing hurdle.

    In the 4mg version the tobacco taste is filtered out and the water to nicotine ratio is 125,000 to 1.
    At that ratio the only remaing taste is the water.
    marshall thompson

  4. #4
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    From E-mailed questions, I need to clear up 2 issues.

    Both versions of Nicotine Water comply with FDA regulations even though one incorporates tobacco.
    Both versions provide the "effects" of 3 cigarettes, however the second version does so wwith 84% less nicotine.
    marshall thompson

  5. #5
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    Jun 2008
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    New York
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    Add a little caffeine, coffee flavoring and make it a malt beverage. That would be a grand-slam home run! Call it "Vice One". "Tastes Good, like a _______ should!"

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