I'm not a usual user of tobacco flavors, but this one just smelled so unique that I had to try it.
Despite it being an 80/20 blend, this liquid is probably best utilized in smaller, more efficient set ups/sub ohm tanks.
I like to try flavors in a few different set ups if I find it's worthwhile. Tripoli really shines in smaller single coil applications. The saturated flavor I get through this type of set up is perfect for this savory and complex liquid.
When I tried to vape it on a hot dual coil series build, it ended up muted and really dry. Conversely, in a single coil Hadaly, it was delicious.
On the inhale, I get creaminess and nuttiness. The almond is subtle, and the creaminess really makes this a dessertier flavor than I anticipated. The spiciness adds extra depth and lingers on the tongue a bit on the exhale. I get cinnamon, allspice, maybe nutmeg? The tobacco flavor is definitely more aromatic and takes a back seat to everything. It mingles well with the fig and follows through on the exhale. It's definitely a darker fig flavor, and doesn't overwhelm anything. The almond flavor then lingers for a while, and I can see this pairing well with coffee or at the end of a big meal.
On hotter dual coil set ups, I just get some spice, slight medicine (likely the tobacco or fig) and almond nuttiness.
Again, this flavor definitely needs to be savored. I don't find myself vaping on this all day. It's certainly a treat and changed my perspective on tobacco eliquids.
Good stuff here.
Reviewed using: Hadaly w/ single NI80 fused clapton .35 ohms