Divine Pebbles is a really nice milky cereal flavor. It totally tastes just like I remember Fruity Pebbles tasting. I couldn't say the last time I've actually had Fruity Pebbles, it's been many years, but this brought upon instant flavor recognition. It makes me think of the last few bites of cereal, when it's all milk soaked with an amalgamation of all the fruit flavors. There's a nice milkiness, a light cereal grain taste, and a good mix of citrus and berries. It's sweet, in a sugary cereal kind of way, but by no means heavily sweetened. It has a nice evenly balanced flavor throughout. The flavor intensity is fairly middle of the road and it has minimal throat hit. On the inhale I get a pretty even mix of citrus and berry flavors with the citrus popping a bit more on the backend. It's backed with a light sugary grain taste and a light milkiness. The exhale is more of the same with milk being slightly more pronounced. I'm left with a sweet citrus and berry taste in mouth.
Overall, Divine Pebbles is a solid fruity cereal flavor. Cereals are not my flavor profile of choice, but I do enjoy them from time to time. This juice is definitely up there on my list when the cereal mood strikes. All the flavor elements are spot on and it has a nice balance. And I have to say the quality to cost ratio is pretty great. Certainly worth a try for the cereal lovers out there.
Reviewed using: Smoant Charon/Serpent Mini, fused clapton 2x28AWG SS316L/36AWG kanthal, 6 wraps 3.5mm ID, .46ohms @ 31W