This one I feel is probably closest to the description in overall taste, once you understand how the Opus line is crafted. There is a soft floral note from the rose, a very natural and flavorful peach flavor, and a subtle whisper of tobacco at play here amidst the deconstructed cream. The cucumber is very difficult for me to pick out here, but it gives a bit of depth to the peach that otherwise wouldn’t be there. Like the others, the motif here is an incredibly smooth and unified flavor. The ingredients listed are delicately blended, it’s not like the juices you are used to. The velvety creaminess is what stands out the most, and I’d say the peach flavor is probably next, but it’s very close with the rose. Neither of these are purposefully strong or prominent. Everything else blends so well you couldn’t say it’s a tobacco vape. That may or may not be a good thing depending on your tastes, but do not shy away from these due to the tobacco component, it is extremely light. The ingredients here are not meant for you to think that this is a peach vape or a tobacco vape, they are there mostly to give you an idea of the tiny building blocks used to create a new and unique flavor.
So how does it taste? It’s wonderful really. I’m typically not one for floral flavors but this certainly has changed my perspective as it uses 'floral' in a way I’ve never experienced before. A lot of respect goes out to TVK for being able to even think of a flavor like this let alone perfect it. It’s a very soothing vape, warm and oh so velvety on the tongue. There is a soft honey like feel in the mouth from the saffron VG that lingers after the exhale, and just a slight dryness that I didn’t detect in the others. This is a top-shelf flavor just like it’s siblings. Slightly sweet, reminded me of a good tea in ways, tantalizing and expertly crafted.
Reviewed using: Tesla 120W TC, Royal Hunter RDA, 26g dual coil @ .5ohm, 60 watts