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News Feed Item Rates Clearette "Bold" Electronic Cigarette #1

MIAMI, Feb. 27, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Clearette Electronic Cigarette Company has taken the cake once again with their Bold flavored e-cig, in a recent flavor challenge conducted by Last week a panel of five judges were blindfolded and given ten different brands of electronic cigarettes.  They vaped for five minutes and took a ten minute break between each tasting to clear their senses.  Eight of the ten judges rated the Clearette Bold as their favorite pick, with the Njoy King (4.5% nicotine) coming in second.  The judges were randomly selected from a focus group and screened to ensure they had no existing relationship with any electronic cigarette company.

One judge stated "the Clearette Bold gave me the satisfaction of a nicotine rush without the headache or strange, chemical taste I noticed in most of the other products".  Another judge stated "the Bold e-cig by Clearette was very smooth and delivered a consistent throat-hit throughout its use."

Clearette has the largest variety of e-cig and vaping products including disposables, rechargeable kits, e-hookahs, e-cigars, and personal vaporizers.  While major tobacco firms such as Altria and Reynolds are making their debut in the e-cig market, Clearette has been expanding its solid consumer base that it built up just over two years ago on the principles of superior taste, top-notch customer service, and a unique distribution platform.

Clearette Electronic Cigarette Company is headquartered in Great River, New York and is currently distributed throughout the U.S., with sales channels emerging in the U.K. and other parts of Europe. Customers can visit Clearette's online store at and see for themselves why their Bold e-cig was rated number one.


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