As part of full disclosure for the beginning of each of my reviews of Backcountry's three current liquids, I just wanna say I got them as part of a giveaway from reddit and therefore paid nothing for 30ml of each. Let it be known this won't change my review or thoughts on the flavour of any of them.
My final review of Backcountry's current 3 juice line, Frontier Coffee. I have a little bit of an interesting story here. I got my package from Backcountry right after I had gotten home from a 5 day vacation, during the entirety of which I went through a 30ml bottle of SPQR's Maximus. Though the description for that juice is roasted almonds, I found as I went through it it was more similar to a light coffee taste. As such, I wanted to try Backcountry's take on what I figured would be a relatively similar taste. Frontier Coffee is a lot richer than what I was running through my Griffin before it, and I love it even more for that. I'm personally kind of a weenie when it comes to drinking actual coffee, tending to drink mochas mixed with other sweeteners or flavour masking ingredients, but Frontier Coffee hits just the right spot for me. It definitely tastes like coffee, but it has this tiny sweet and nutty kick to it that I just can't get enough of. It balances things out just right for me, and Backcountry once again nails their flavour description to the tee. This, much like their other juice Campfire Nectar, will be a reorder for me. This business has provided a great line of three so far with good cloud production, spot on flavours, and smooth mouth feel for each.
Reviewed using: eVic VTC Mini, Griffin 25 with dual fused Claptons at 50-65w