After vaping the other flavors in the Brûlée line, I was super excited to try this out, and it certainly does not disappoint!
The line is "barrel aged desserts" and as some others have mentioned, this is very much more a dessert/custard vape than a fruity / lemon vape. Still, it's shockingly realistic and very gourmet tasting. As I was hoping would be the case, the blending here is just phenomenal - you don't get a lemon blast followed by a cream followed by a crust, you get a very cohesive lemon meringue pie throughout, with a tantalizing sweetness at the end of the exhale.
It certainly is a bit lighter in overall intensity than the others, I'd place this at a solid medium intensity. But what's there is just so wonderful and pleasurable to vape on. The lemon is very much entwined with the custard, it hits that pudding-like note amidst the creaminess of the meringue and the shortcrust pastry. The crust is light but quite possibly the most realistic I've experienced.
I'm tempted to say that I could have stood for just a bit more lemon in this, but I'm enjoying it so much and have to just trust the maker on this one, it seems so balanced that changing this up would probably alter the end result a lot.
Still, if you are looking for heavy lemon, this doesn't have it. It's a very quality blend of custard / lemon / crust and a sugary exhale. It's certainly something you can continue to vape, and I'm already almost through this bottle. The lemon stands out more on a full RDA, but as you vape it it becomes more blended in.
I did notice a bit of throat hit when I first put this on a new wick, but that subsided. I think it's great, and is a nice contrast to the other flavors in the line.
Reviewed using: Wismec Reuleaux rx200, Velocity RDA, dual SS .26g @ .3 Ω, 75W