I don't know what it is about Watermelon Crack, but it really seems to grow on me the more I vape it. At first it was just kind of meh, it was heavy menthol and floral fresh. But after steeping and playing around with wattage it started getting pretty tasty. It's a fairly simple combination of candied watermelon and mint/menthol. It's pretty sweet and the menthol seems to fade the longer I vape it. The inhale is sweet and minty with a menthol on the backend. It has a fairly strong cooling effect. The watermelon isn't too pronounced on the inhale, it's more of just a sweet candy taste. On the exhale the watermelon is the star of the show from the onset. It's basically candied watermelon the whole way through with a lick of mint thrown in at the end. I'm left with the taste of the watermelon and the cooling of menthol. The cooling sticks around for a good while and far outlasts the watermelon.
Overall Watermelon Crack is a pretty good juice. The menthol seems to tone down after the first few pulls, and once it does it becomes a fairly well balanced mix of watermelon and mint/menthol. I found that at higher wattages the watermelon is more the focus and lower wattages lets the mint take center stage. I kind of like being able to choose when I want a little extra mint in the mix. I find this juice can get a little overly sweet for my liking and I just can't do menthol for extended periods of time, but I do still enjoy it in short bursts. If sweet menthol is your thing, I can see how this could be addicting. Although I'm not hooked, Watermelon Crack is still a tasty vape.
Reviewed using: IPV5/Griffin 25, dual Clapton 26AWG SS316L/32AWG kanthal, 6 wraps 3mm ID, .16ohms @ 90W