DB's Silly Rabbit is described a "light, fruity blend" and is placed within the cereal category on DB's website, so combined with the name, the category it was placed in, and the flavor description I was expecting Trix cereal. "Light" is definitely correct. On a scale of 1-10 the flavor intensity is about a 3ish, maybe 3.5 at the most. And I don't get any cereal in Silly Rabbit at all. No elements of cereal grain, no thick cereal mouthfeel, and no milkiness whatsoever. What I'm getting is an almost waxy mouthfeel and a fruity flavor. The fruits fit the citrus and berries flavor profile. The only one I can definitely pick out is the artificial orange. If anything, Silly Rabbit reminds me of Skittles. Since I can vape cereal flavors all day and I'm not much of a candy vaper, it's not for me and I wouldn't have bought it if it was described as a Skittles or fruity candy flavor. Silly Rabbit is actually not bad--perhaps about average--for a Skittles/fruity candy flavor, but it definitely doesn't belong in the cereal category.
Reviewed using: Lavabox M + Digiflavor Siren GTA, 26/32g clapton, ~.55ohm, ~23w