Nia 9 is another very mature and complex flavor from 13 Sins, and also quite unique.
I was intrigued by the official description, as it's hard to really picture what all of those flavors would taste like together. For starters, the chai spice is very weak here. That is a powerful spice typically, and if they hadn't put it in the description I wouldn't have guessed. I can taste a feint tea-like earthiness mixed in with the black currant and citrus, and it really is pleasant.
It tastes very natural which I appreciate, the black currant mixes in with the citrus and spice and it works. Just a succulent and refreshing fruit flavor. It's not potent enough to come across as a tea flavor, but the taste that lingers after the exhale makes it more than just a fruit flavor. The end of the exhale does have a nice warm sugar element to it, not too much just very delicate and tasty. I'm not getting vanilla cream, but if I had to guess there might be a slight creaminess in with the sugary exhale.
It vapes very smooth, the most prominent flavor I'd say is the black currant. It's got just a tiny floral smell to it and is sweet and just a tad tart, definitely gives off a berry vibe. The added note from the citrus really works well and it does have a tanginess to it.
I'm very impressed with this one, the more I vape on it the more I enjoy it. One of the more unique flavors I've tried, and they really did a great job in delivery on this one. I'd give it a 4 or 5 out of 10 for flavor intensity, it feels lighter but it does pack some good flavor.
Reviewed using: Vaporesso Tarot 200 VTC, Velocity RDA, dual .26g @ .5 Ω, 65W