What’s Your State’s Favorite Flavor?
Everyone has favorites. Favorite cars. Favorite sports teams. Favorite vacation destinations. Some parents even have favorite children—sure they say they don’t, but you know … You know. And it’s no different when it comes to a favorite flavor of e-liquid.
It’s human nature to pick favorites. Whether it’s a tobacco blend, a menthol flavor or a gourmet one—everyone has a favorite. That led us to thinking: What is each state’s favorite E-liquid flavor? And which states vape the most? So we poured over our data and mined it for information on which states prefer which flavors along with how much they’re vaping.
The result is this list. We’ll start with a look at the ten states that vape the most—along with their flavor of choice—and then post the complete list of states and their favorite flavors at the bottom of this article.
In almost every single state, Tribeca was number one. While that’s a testament to why Tribeca is one of the top flavors in the whole industry, it doesn’t make for a very compelling list. So in many cases, we opted to go with the second most popular flavor—provided that it was in a comparable range. In cases where Tribeca was by-and-far the winner, we left it as the winner. But make no mistake about it, Tribeca is our number one flavor of all-time for a reason and as you’ll see—that is clearly reflected.
Now, without further ado, here is the countdown of the ten states that vape the most—along with their favorite flavor.
10.) Ohio – Torque 56
The Buckeye state comes in at no. 10 and seems to prefer tobacco flavors. Chief among them, Torque 56—a traditional tobacco flavor with a strong throat hit and just the right hint of sweetness.
9.) North Carolina – Turkish Tobacco
We have to admit, we find it a bit odd that a state that is synonymous with its tobacco industry (Tobacco Road, anyone?) would prefer an E-liquid flavor that pays homage to imported Turkish tobacco. But to each their own.
8.) Massachusetts – Menthol ICE
Massachusetts is clearly a menthol state, as is evidenced by the quantity of Menthol ICE it orders. Not that we’re knocking it, Menthol ICE is always smooth and mixes great with other flavors. You can’t go wrong with that.
7.) New Jersey – Tribeca
The Garden State knows what it likes and it’s not ashamed of it. Tribeca—Halo’s most popular flavor—was the clear cut winner here by nearly a 2:1 ratio.
6.) Illinois – Kringle’s Curse
Apparently the good folks in Illinois like to keep Christmas (to quote Dickens) the whole year round. Kringle’s Curse is our peppermint blend and the people in the Prairie State seem to love it.
5.) Pennsylvania – Menthol ICE
Pennsylvanians have at least one thing in common with the folks in Massachusetts—they both love Menthol ICE. Not that they’re alone, it’s one of our most popular E-liquid flavors.
4.) Texas – Torque 56
“No Frills, Nothing Fancy.” It’s the catchphrase for Torque 56 and it’s also apropos of the Longhorn state. The only flavor that would’ve been more fitting is, well, Longhorn.
3.) Florida – Malibu
Halo’s home state is another with an oddly appropriate choice of E-liquid. Florida, which is famous for its tourism industry, just loves Malibu—a Pina Colada flavored E-liquid with a hint of menthol.
2.) New York – Prime 15
New York, home of the Big Apple, adores Prime 15. Maybe it’s that name. Maybe with its Earthy undertones it serves as a brief escape from big city living. Who knows. All we know is New Yorkers love it.
1.) California – Turkish Tobacco
We have to be honest, this one made the least sense to us. If we showed you our flavor line-up and asked you to pick the most popular choice in California you’d say Malibu, right? Wrong. It’s Turkish Tobacco. Go figure.
Honorable Mention: Maryland – Tribeca
States and their favorite E-liquid flavors
|New Hampshire||Southern Classic|
|New Jersey||Torque 56|
|New York||Prime 15|
|North Carolina||Turkish Tobacco|
The opinions and other information contained in these blog posts and comments do not necessarily reflect the opinions or positions of Nicopure Labs LLC, owner of the Halo and HaloCigs marks.
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