18 Nov 2019

South Beach Smoke for St. Patrick’s Day!

Ah St. Patrick’s Day… that lovely time of year where we get into the spirit of all things that remind of us of the Emerald Isle. Green clothing that makes way for Irish whiskey, green beer, and that ubiquitous meal of corned beef and cabbage….

Our Favorite Electronic Smoking Celebrities

Celebrities have always been on the cigarette bandwagon, and these days they are way more into the electronic offerings. In fact, some of e-cigarettes’ earliest advocates were celebs! These days, it’s not uncommon to find the likes of Robert Pattinson, Kyle Richards, Leonardo DiCaprio, Catherine…

Electronic Cigarettes in the Mainstream

In a study just released, stats have it that 60% of adult Americans are aware of e-cigarettes! Current US stats for the number of smokers is around 45 million, and half of that number attempt to quit each year. Previous numbers had smokers who had…

Why Vapor is Phasing Out Tobacco

Vapor cigarettes are becoming so normal and accepted, that every time I go out with friends, to a bar or some kind of social event, I’m always blown away by the number of people I see around me who are choosing not light it up…

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