Review: This review was done on a Stumpy sitting on an IPV4. The build that I used is a 6 wrap Twisted 26awg single coil with a 2.5mm inner diameter. I ran it around 45W. The juice I am using is 6mg and 40/60VG which has been aged for 3 months.
Sagan: "This dessert vape is a rich cobbler coated in fine a cinnamon sugar glaze, filled with a luscious mix of dark berries, and finished off with a nice big scoop of fresh and creamy vanilla bean ice cream. This flavor is just as warm and inviting as its namesake."
Sagan definitely smells very warm and inviting. The upper notes are of a cobbler filled with cinnamon. The cinnamon is not too strong to make you gasp for air. These upper notes are followed by a strong smell of vanilla ice cream with subtle hints of berries.
I have never had a cobbler before in my life so I made sure I got one of the best cobblers in city before reviewing this juice. Turns out, I am not really a big fan of cobblers though, they just feel uncooked pie to me. The inhale of Sagan is sweet cinnamon with a subtle throat hit. The taste of cinnamon is very light and not hot/spicy at all. It is kind of like eating the sweet cinnamon glaze off the top of a doughnut which immediately melts in the mouth. The exhale in Sagan differs depending on how much juice is in the wick. I noticed that when I vape it right after dripping, the exhale is primarily delicious mix of sweet berries. It is difficult to pick out the individual berries but they certainly mix well together to give a juicy and sweet taste. The glazed sugar is hidden behind the berries and the cinnamon is absent. Once exhaled, the sweet taste of vanilla ice cream lingers in your mouth, just as described. The savoriness of a cobbler is definitely not there, hence, stealing away the warmth of the cobbler.
After 2-3 hits the juice completely transforms. The exhale is void of any berries now. The glazed sugar takes over which leads to an interesting mouth feel of sugar and a little creaminess once completely exhaled. The cinnamon is still missing and the vanilla ice cream gets weaker. Surprisingly, the juice still does not feel very heavy on the tongue.
Gravity Mixing said that at higher watts the berries become stronger. I tried vaping it at 60W and 70W but it still tastes the same.
I was really looking forward to Sagan but I am disappointed. The juice is not very true to its description. It is not warm or cozy and does not stay consistent. I wish the berries were stronger, no matter the saturation of the wick. It definitely works as a sweet/dessert vape but fails to differentiate between its layers.