Medellin takes a rather unique and delicious twist on a yogurt flavor by adding sugar cookie. At its base is a creamy yogurt swirled with honey. It's sweet with floral hints from the honey and a slight tang from the yogurt. It has a fairly creamy mouthfeel, but it's not super thick. It's just nice and smooth. Then, all of a sudden, a really sweet sugar cookie comes out of left field to finish everything off. It's got a bit of nuttiness that accompanies it and has an almost dry, crumbly feel to it. It's an interesting, if not odd, transition but it works to good effect. The overall flavor intensity is pretty mid range, but the sugar cookie has a huge burst of sweetness on the finish. The inhale starts off with smooth and creamy yogurt while the sweet honey builds towards the backend. I get a bright pop of honey in the back of my throat. The exhale starts off mildly creamy and then, bang, sugar cookie. It's sweet and sugary with a slightly nuttiness. Makes me think of an almond sugar cookie. It literally has a semi-dry and crumbly mouthfeel that really hits and hangs out on the roof of my mouth right behind my front teeth. I'm left with the predominant taste of sugar cookie with a slight floral tang from the honey yogurt.
Overall, Medellin is a really tasty juice. It's sweet, but but not overly so and I think the other elements balance the big sweet pop nicely. The yogurt adds a nice subtle tang and the honey is sweet and somewhat floral. The sugar cookie has a nice nuttiness that really adds something too. It's a solid experience from the smooth creamy inhale to the sweet crumbly finish. I certainly find myself refilling tank after tank of this and will definitely order another bottle when this one is gone.
Reviewed using: SMOK Alien/Griffin 25 Mini, dual fused clapton 2x28AWG SS316L/36AWG Ni80, 7 wraps 3mm ID, .27ohms @ 66.6W