TL;DR: Good juice, but not worth the "premium" price (to me).
I had read many glowing reviews for this flavor, and waited until I could find it on significant discount. I suppose the anticipation from waiting over a year gave me high expectations, but I was really disappointed with this one at first. (I never see this stuff on sale. What gives?)
I was expecting a strawberry custard with nuts, but received a creamy, vaguely sweet vape with a strong plastic/chemical taste. I guess that's what was supposed to be the nutty component, but it came across as a sour, almost hollow taste. Yuck. Update: I stuck with it for a few more tankfuls, and the horrible chemical taste went away to a large degree. (I'm wondering if this bad taste was due to my previous juice in the RTA combining with #Babyclouds).
Anyway, this is a pretty cohesive vape, nothing seems out of place or conflicting. It's creamy, rich, and somewhat savory. The strawberry is pretty realistic (not candied), but I don't get very much of it at all, which is a bummer. (Bakery notes seem to shine in this RTA, so I'll swap atomizers to see if that strawberry comes through a bit more on other equipment.) The cream and fruits in this vape are good, but the nut component leaves something to be desired. It almost reminds me of licking a piece of brass or something. Vapetasia's Royalty II does a similar nutty taste, but far more realistically.
I've had a few other juices from the Transistor brand, and they've been excellent. (Galactic Milk and TangoMelon are standouts.) This juice is well-regarded, but honestly doesn't compare to the aforementioned flavors. I'd say that #BabyClouds is worth a shot, if you can ever find it on discount.
Reviewed using: Hotcig Centaur RTA - 30x4/40 SS 316L @ 0.36 ohm, ~43 watts. Asmodus C4 RDA - 30x4/40 SS 316L @ 0.33 ohm