This is not an ADV for me, this is a perfect desert. The kind of thing you splurge on in a restaurant a few times a year (both in the sense of money and calories). The base is meringue, but specifically a pavlova meringue. For the uninitiated, pavlova uses vinegar, cornstarch, and other bits of baking chemistry to create consistency after baking: a tight outer crust with a smooth marshmallow-y center. This gives it a distinctive flavor that can seem a little strange at first.
I had it two ways, in a Freakshow with dual twisted kanthal at .55 Ω, and a Subtank with a standard nickel build. For a max VG juice it is not too thick for a well wicked tank, so it seems Nola uses a lot of flavoring based just on the consistency. In the tank the meringue (with a hint of marshmallow) is very forward, with a nice creamy "mouthfeel." The fruit and the sugars really pop in the dripper, particularly kiwi and passion fruit, making it much more rounded.
All around rich and smooth, this is a great treat. But just like you can't eat cake all day, it's not a flavor to over-do.
Reviewed using: .5 dual twisted kanthal, TC Subtank