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I wanted to love this juice, because it's kinda expensive. I felt like the original lenola cream was pretty overrated with way too little banana and no cream. This one is the same deal only add in that generic strawberry flavor that's in almost every juice, and not the yummy strawberry candy type. This is the yellow generic strawberry looking stuff that tastes weird. It's nutty and woody, could be so much better than what it is. I honestly don't understand the hype around this brand. I used the whole 120ml but only because I had nothing else at the time. It could be worse I guess, the gf said it was alright.
Ugh...I had such high hopes for this one based on the reviews. I love complex juices. Especially when they incorporate banana. Boss Reserve is a brilliant example of what can happen when a mixer gets this right. Lenola Cream, however, is a perfect example of just how wrong a mutli-flavored ejuice can go.
It tasted very artificial to me and I couldn't really make out any of the flavors that were supposed to be there. It just came across like a spicy mess with some hints of sweetness. Yet another highly-rated juice that has made my "never again" list.
Oh wow, I'm vaping an oddball Japanese dinner... tonight's menu is tea with tempura slathered mystery berries and ice cream. Black tea, not green. None of the elements distract or dominate - it's a well balanced whole. And it's warm, slightly sweet, slightly earthy and wholly comforting.
When I say slightly sweet, I don't mean damn-near-cloy, like Lenola Cream (which I also enjoy). I can see why Veroden calls this liquid savory; compared to all the 5% sweetner liquids we're getting these days, it is.
The combination of disparate flavors really works on a gut level - this liquid isn't the result of happenstance or strictly intellectual mixing. You know how some of the best songs in history are mashups... Bohemian Rhapsody... A Day In The Life... Paradise By The Dashboard Light. Mashups. And excellent. It's the same with Yellow Noise Maker, and I salute the guy/ gal who made it!
I can vape this liquid any time, any place. I can vape this all day. I can vape this until my supply runs out... and then I'm screwed. I live in Europe and Kite In Cloud doesn't have a distributor for their Definitives line. They also don't ship to Europe. Now, I'll gladly pay $15 for the occasional bottle, but not for a shipping service, international shipping, and import duties on top of that. It's not that good. Which makes me realize that a score of 4.5 is the most I can give it. There are some liquids that I would buy at those obscene markups.
As advertised, Lenola Cream with one small tweak: less banana/ more strawberry. Other than that it's the same "pies, fruit medley tastes, and creaminess for miles". I.m.o. it's just as good as the original and so similar that it's completely redundant.
I do love the uniqueness of Lenola Cream. And when I heard they did it with strawberry...My goodness how could someone pass that up?? Oh, I did. Darn. Luckily I have an amazing friend whol sent me some and I am extremely grateful to them.
If you like LC, and if you like strawberry then this is a match made in heaven. The inhale is that amazing Lenola Cream base...No banana. It was hard reviewing LC because there are so many layers of flavors that I find it hard to pinpoint any singular one. I do get a nice pie crust, the cream is amazing and some other nuances that just make this an amazing piece of art...So to speak. The exhale brings a nice, ripe strawberry to the party and it rocks it. Brings it to a whole new level. It's not sickeningly sweet, like some can be. It's a good amount of deliciousness.
I do like this better than the original, but I lean more towards strawberries anyway.
I love Kite in Cloud. Bobby and Ann are so fantastic. They take the time to package your juice carefully, will work with you in a heartbeat if there's a problem, and respond to questions super quickly. My favorite thing about Kite in Cloud is the note that comes on your packing slip. There is always, and I mean always, a nice heartfelt note smooshed on the packing slip. It makes you feel.. KNOW.. they genuinely care. This is one of the best companies around.
When I placed my most recent order with Kite In Cloud, I added a note that I referred a good friend of mine. I thanked them for making such great juice (it really is one of my favorites) and forgot about it for a while. When I got my order, I opened the box to find the owners also sent along a multi-paragraph letter expressing their gratitude. It was not printed out, but written by hand. I was flabbergasted. I know they are busy, because Lenola Cream is a very popular juice. You can't go a day without seeing them mentioned on Reddit.
The Kite In Cloud owners such sweet people, and it doesn't surprise me in the slightest that their genuinely good spirit has won them rave reviews in the JuiceDB community.
And the kicker? Their juice is delicious! As of July 2015, they still only sell one style of juice! I don't know if I can recommend KIC enough. They're good people who make excellent juice, and I'd like to keep supporting them.
Obviously taste, smell, etc. is subjective and everyone has different preferences. That being said... Lenola Cream from Kite in Cloud is the only e-liquid that I've been able to vape consistently. It's been 4 months and I haven't turned back. Everyone who smells it says "That smells really good" and I say "Yeah! No shit buddy".
The people at Kite in Cloud (KiC) are super nice and helped me out when I asked them advice in the "Comments" section when placing an order. If you haven't already tried their e-juice, then you are living under a f&%#@ing rock. Come out of your rock and join us here... in the future. where it smells kinda like banana's but tastes like the Awesome sauce!!