Brasberry Mint is billed as a peppermint and berry mix. While it definitely lives up to the mint claims, it falls rather short in the berry department. The "radiant raspberry" is light and underwhelming and the blueberry is virtually nonexistent and could easily go by unnoticed. The raspberry flavor itself, while light, is a nice sweet raspberry. It has more of an artificial candy like taste. The blueberry adds some hints of a dark berry tartness, but it really needs to be searched out. The mint is a pretty straightforward sweet peppermint flavor and is quite smooth. It's a fairly strong mint with a mild to medium sweetness, a mid level cooling, and a bit of a bite to it. The overall flavor intensity is in the mid range, with the berry aspect on the light side of the scale and the peppermint on the higher side. On the inhale I get a hint of blueberry up front, quickly followed by a light raspberry and sweet mint. The sweet raspberry lays on my tongue while the mint engulfs the rest of my mouth. The raspberry is at its strongest on the backend of the inhale. The exhale carries over with a slight raspberry flavor to start followed by a whole lotta peppermint. There are hints of a somewhat tart, darker blueberry buried underneath the blast of cool mint. I'm left with a strong peppermint taste, hints of raspberry, and a nice cooling sensation that lingers for a good while.
Overall, Brasberry mint is good but left me wanting. I guess I was expecting there to be more berry flavor. The peppermint is really nice and has a wonderful coolness, but it seems to really overwhelm the raspberry and blueberry flavors. I wish the berries were dialed up a bit so as to not get quite so buried underneath the avalanche of cool peppermint. It's still a good tasting juice and it's quite smooth, especially for a strong mint, but it's not quite what I was expecting based on its description.
Reviewed using: Smoant Charon/ iJoy Exo RTA, fused clapton 2x26AWG SS316L/36AWG SS316L, 6 wraps 3mm ID, .26ohms, 410F @ 38W