Dots Custard adds a little spin to a straight forward custard by throwing in a splash of sweet citrus. Although subtle, I find it makes a nice addition and makes this juice a little unique. There's also a bit of graham cracker that pops up to add a little depth. The description doesn't lie when it says "slight hints of orange and grahams", they are present but don't make themselves very pronounced. The inhale is thick and rich with an almost eggy custard. It has a medium density mouthfeel that is met with a sweet orange midway on through to the backend. Again, the orange is definitely present, but just adds a light backing note to the custard. The exhale brings a velvety vanilla that mixes in with the custard. It's a bit less dense than the inhale and more on the smooth and creamy side. It really washes over my palate and has a nice sweetness to it. I get hints of graham cracker that mix in close to the finish and round out the exhale. Im left with a creamy vanilla taste that hangs on for quite a while.
Overall, Dots Custard delivers a rich and creamy custard vape and I find the orange and graham add a nice subtle complexity. Custards are by no means my go to flavor profile as they are a bit rich for my taste. I do enjoy them, but I can't vape them for extended periods. Dots Custard is no different, I have to move on to something lighter after a while. But when I'm in the mood for something rich, I can see this juice finding its way into my cotton.
Reviewed using: IPV5/Griffin 25 RTA, dual twisted 26AWG kanthal, 6 wrap 2.5mm ID, .36ohms @ 60W