Faebryth is a mixture of honeydew, asian pear, and whiskey. There's supposedly nectarine in there as well, but I dont really taste it much. It's predominantly juicy honeydew that has a great fresh taste. The other main element is the whiskey which has a soft earthy flavor and brings an interesting warmth. There is also some crisply tart asian pear that mixes in nicely as well. The flavor intensity is a bit above mid range and I find it's a good level for the flavors at play here. What I find most intriguing about this juice is the interplay of cool juicy melon and warm earthy whiskey. It's quite interesting. On one hand there is juicy refreshing honeydew that has an almost cool quality to it, and on the other is a warm somewhat spiced earthy whiskey. It really creates a lovely effect. The inhale is a burst of fresh and juicy honeydew with splashes of tartness from the asian pear. There are undertones of whiskey that trickle in towards the very back and bring a slight warmth in my throat. The exhale is a combination of earthy whiskey and sweet honeydew with the slightest hint of nectarine. The whiskey washes over my tongue with an almost spiced warmth while the honeydew splashes the roof of my mouth. It's a pretty unique flavor. I'm left with the taste of honeydew and the warmth of the whiskey lingering on my palate.
Overall, Faebryth is an interestingly unique experience. The combination of juicy melon and warm whiskey create a pleasant effect. The honeydew flavor is spot on fresh and natural and makes up the majority of the flavor. The whiskey is almost as much a warm sensation as it is a flavor component. The flavor is fairly potent but mellow enough to vape for extended periods. I find myself drawn to both the flavor and warming quality of this juice. Alchemyst has a solid offering in Faebryth.
Reviewed using: IPV5/Hatty RDA, dual twisted clapton 2x28AWG/30AWG kanthal, 5 wraps 2.5mm ID, .30ohms @ 50W