This is nothing shy of stunning. Surprising too, as it is typically wouldn't be something I would order. This was thrown is as a sample on one of my recent orders and right out the gate I wasn't sure if I was a fan of this but after a few weeks of steeping it's just incredible.
I am not really much of a fan of anise / absinthe, but I am of blackberry. This juice tastes nothing like what I would have expected from the product description, and is so much better and more accessible than what I would have guessed.
The start of the exhale is a soft and sweet cream, which then melds into the blackberry / black currant. It is not as intense as you might expect and has a much more realistic vibe to it. I like blackberry in vape form but I've never had anything like this. It's soft and just so incredibly tangy. The cassis / black currant adds just the right blend of sweetness here, and has just a slight syrup kind of taste to it, but in a very good way.
The absinthe? It's just a tiny note, and doesn't tastes like licorice at all. However you pick up just a very feint touch of something swirling there at the end, almost undetectable but just a slight hint of some kind of spice that adds complexity. Blind taste test I'd say most people would not pick up on the absinthe at all, myself included.
Overall, the flavors blend so beautifully into one creamy flavor with a nice fruity overtone to it. You know those strawberry creams that are so popular? This one is similar to be honest, just with a new twist that I find even more enjoyable. It's exotic in one way, but very surprisingly accessible in another - I really think a lot of vapers would enjoy this one.
The flavor intensity is a solid medium (5 out of 10), it's extremely smooth and blended so well. Vaped pretty consistently at different power levels, a soft sweet cream with a tangy chaser. It's very very good.
Don't be afraid to try this one, if you like fruity creams this one will blow you away.
Reviewed using: Wismec Reuleaux RX200, Velocity RDA, dual SS .26g @ .3 Ω, 80W