I've only vape this straight out of the mail, no steeping, juice still looks almost clear, only slightly orange tinted.
First thought: Holy shit!
This tastes exactly like Fruit Loops. I've heard other people say that about juices, but I didn't expect to ever experience it. I thought they were excited and exaggerating.
This is definitely Fruit Loops and milk, but the milk isn't exaggerated, it just gives it a creaminess. The milkiness is felt in how the fruit flavor tapers off into cream.
This is very very good so far. I will update if things change with steeping. My experience makes me think the taste will be slightly different in a tank. I plan to put this is a tank ASAP, I'll update afterward.
It's not just that the flavor is spot on, Dragon Fruit Hoops is super smoothly flavored without any off taste. Baring problems in my Kayfun, I'll definitely be trying this in Max VG next time, as there is a noticeable throat hit, but not enough to turn me off completely (and I'm really sensitive to throat hit and PG).
I steer away from fruit flavors, but love cereal vapes. And I consider this a cereal flavor, though it's a tad light on the grain "feel"/flavor (at least that's my impression). Even as a fruit-wary person, this is good for me.
Tasted in a RDA, dual coil @ 1.1 Ω, 20-30 watts, 20PG/80VG, 6 mg
I personally prefer 22-23 watts
Tasted in a Kayfun @ 1.4 Ω, 10-14 watts, 20PG/80VG, 6 mg
The flavor is definitely muted and less enjoyable under 12 watts. I think it really shines at around 12.4 watts. It's not quite as awesome in a Kayfun, but I still really enjoy it. The milky creaminess is less pronounced, and because of how the small chimney condenses flavors it seems more pungent and grainy, and less creamy and fruity. If it's a 10 in a RDA, it's a 9.5 in a KFL single air hole. Definitely tastes less like Fruit Loops from this tank, the likeness is still there, but it's not uncanny.
FYI: Max VG isn't very thick, I haven't had any tank problems, and it moves freely and quickly in the bottle.