Tags: lemon, cake, pound-cake

Amalfi stripped down to it's core and built back up with a sweeter, less dense cake and a bright lemon. As is my preference, I tried to make it so that it's sweetness isn't overpowering, allowing for (more...)

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4.14
Based on the 11 reviews.
90-day: 4.13

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Nutty
Fruity
Rich
PG/VG, Nic 20/80, 3mg
Aged for 2 months
Value 4 /5
Flavor Accuracy 4 /5
Cloud Production 4 /5
Throat Hit 1 /5

Finally got to try this one, was really looking forward to it. As others have mentioned it is very similar to Amalfi in how it vapes, and I think the product description is pretty darn solid.

I do agree that the cake is less dense here, and it does have a nice mild sweetness to it. The lemon here for me isn't as prominent as I'd like, but that is a personal preference. It is bright and tasty and as others have mentioned akin to a lemon jelly or filling in some ways, just not as intense or sugary. The flavor I'm getting the most is the almond, it is what lingers most on my tongue after the exhale. I taste the light cake and it's certainly good, but it's the almond that stays through at the end.

It's a well crafted juice and is enjoyable, but I think this one could be polarizing. If you are ordering this expecting a lemon vape, you might be let down. It's not really. If you are expecting a dense sugary cake / dessert flavor, it's not really that either. The intensity here I'd say is a 4 out of 10. It's mixed well and is certainly unique, but personally I wanted just a little more oomph. I fully understand that in doing so you might get into the territory of becoming too sweet for an ADV however.

It's good, and if you like Amalfi it's hard to imagine someone not enjoying this. It's different enough to stand on it's own, and certainly high quality. For me it was mostly the almond with a nice light cake and just a touch of a nice lemony jam. I like all those flavors and they work all put together.

Reviewed using: Snow Wolf 200W v1.5, Wotofo Ice Cubed RDA, dual SS .26g @ .3 Ω, 90W

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Fruity
Rich
PG/VG, Nic 30/70, 3mg
Aged for 2 weeks
Value 4 /5
Flavor Accuracy 5 /5
Cloud Production 3 /5
Throat Hit 2 /5

The Amity from Bigglesworth Labs is a juice that is a worthy buy for anyone searching for a pound cake flavor, it is frankly just a solid juice. What impresses me the most is how accurate the flavoring is to the description and not to mention it comes at a great price.

I find it full of richness, with a sweet citrus flavor, and a great nutty flavor that hits my palette just right. The inhale tastes like taking a bite from freshly baked lemon pound cake it tastes delectable and moist with just the right amount of citrus goodness. The exhale is equally impressive with a sweet and nutty profile that is delightful as well. It is the perfect juice for a sweet fanatic to ADV or someone who just wants a bit of dessert treat after a meal.

Bigglesworth Lab nailed it on both fronts with this juice and I will be purchasing it again.

Reviewed using: Alien 220W with Tsunami 22 RDA @ 45watts

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Fruity
Nutty
Rich
Nic 3mg
Aged for 2 weeks
Value 5 /5
Flavor Accuracy 5 /5
Cloud Production 4 /5
Throat Hit 2 /5

If you’ve tried Bigglesworth then hopefully you’ve tried Amalfi. If you’ve tried Amalfi then you’ll be comfortably at home with Amity. Amity rebuilds Amalfi with a very similar base but replaces the apricot with lemon.

The base of Amalfi is a dense and moist pound cake with slivers of almonds on top. It has this unique flavor that invokes images of bundt cakes with a slight icing drizzle. Lightly spiced and somewhat savory it works perfectly with the touch of creamy almond. The lemon part is the difference here and it’s different than I expected. It almost tastes like a lemon jelly instead of icing. The lemon is sweet but still has the citrus along with it. The first few puffs on Amity immediately stirred memories of the many sampled fruit loops flavors from last year. It has that familiar touch of lemon twinge at the end. Amity tames it so well though with the almond and cake that there is no reason to complain about it. The bite is gone as quickly as it shows up. The majority of the lemon is very mellow in intensity with a light sweetness. The exhale though makes it shine a bit more above the cake.

Overall, I’d say between Amalfi and Amity it’s a toss up to what your flavor preference is. They’re both incredibly solid and unique flavors. I find Amity to be slightly more mellow and sweet overall. No regrats either way. Amity is worth your time for sure.

Reviewed using: Royal Hunter dual 26g SS316L

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