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Fruity
Sweet
PG/VG, Nic 8/92, 3mg
Aged for 6 months
Value 4 /5
Flavor Accuracy 4 /5
Cloud Production 5 /5
Throat Hit 2 /5

Finally getting back to the sampler I received way back nearly six months ago. Exotic Cactus is next and it smells great.

Popping the cap, I smell a ton of fruit. Mostly pear, banana, maybe some dragonfruit, and hints of cactus. On the inhale, I think I like cactus flavor. Delectable cactus is present pairing up with a pretty good fresh pear taste and a slight hint of dragonfruit. The cactus isn't as floral as others make it out to be, but is a little bit. Reminds me of a few fruit tea juices I've had before which tend to be on the more floral side. Perhaps the extended steep helped out with that. Halfway through, the fruit really starts to blend and its harder to distinguish between them all. It also becomes a bit sweeter, which I would assume to be a bit of banana, almost candied. On the exhale, The blend continues and the cactus is tasting nicely in the background. Really tastes like a delicious fruit tea at this point. The aftertaste is more along the lines of what I assume Snapple Rain would taste like. Tastes like I just finished a drink. Very complex, full bodied, exotic fruit vape that I really quite enjoy. The only con is that I found the flavor slightly muted, which I'm just attributing to the Max VG content.

Clouds out a room something fierce. I had the 92% VG blend, and produces like it should. I'm sure 70% VG would make the flavor pop a bit more, so I may have to try that one out. Throat hit is just below middle ground. It has a slight punch after chiefing a bit, and if it sits in the RDA for a bit. I had this on a reg mod starting out at about 90w, but it was hard to distinguish the flavors as I felt the lack of a power curve caused it. Threw it on the Admiral, and really started to enjoy it. 0.15ohm SS coils on it ramped up just a bit slower and but hit hard after a second and that's what I liked. I'm calculating the wattage on the mech between 110w-80w slowly dropping.

I surprisingly really enjoyed this one. It's a fresh flavor that I haven't really experienced yet, and it is really growing on me. I most likely will order again and play around with the VG/PG blends.

Reviewed using: Broadside Admiral, Digiflavor Drop, dual fused clapton 2x26g/36g SS316L; 6 wraps 3mm .15ohms @ ~95w

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Sweet
Fruity
Creamy
PG/VG, Nic 30/70, 3mg
Aged for 3 months
Value 4 /5
Flavor Accuracy 4 /5
Cloud Production 5 /5
Throat Hit 2 /5

Got a mystery deal from Hometown Hero a few months ago that came with two 50ml bottles. This happened to be one of them and I was excited to try this highly rated juice after a proper steep.

Popping the cap, I get whiffs of a sweet kettle corn and a bit of fresh strawberries. Loaded it up into the squonker and began filling the enormous well on this RDA. On the inhale, I get the creamy sweetness of ripe strawberries and light cream. It's refreshing not to get a candied strawberry, but more of a fresh fruit. It's very light but decently sweet. Halfway through, the strawberry really pops alongside a light cream. There is also another new flavor starting to come through, and I can only describe it as that sticky sweet flavor you get from kettle corn. On the exhale, the slightly salty kettle corn starts to be more prominent with the strawberry flavor fading out. The aftertaste has me licking my lips expecting a light salty flavor. This juice is pretty well balanced. Light and airy, sweet strawberry kettle corn.

For 70 VG, this juice produces pretty dense clouds. Barely has a throat hit, but I've noticed it has wavered over the course of this bottle. I bounced around 80 to 90w, and found a happy medium around 85w. The lower power produced more strawberry flavor, whereas higher brought on more of the kettle corn.

Even though I enjoyed this juice thoroughly, I felt like there could've been more oomph to the flavor. I felt it was slightly lacking, being a little more on the lighter side. Perhaps I over-steeped and need to try it fresher (especially considering it was one of the last batches that came in the retired 50ml bottles).

I will probably get some more at some point and pop it straight out of the mail then come back and update the review as need be.

Reviewed using: Desire Designs Rage, Augvape BTFC, dual fused clapton 2x26g/36g SS316L; 6 wraps 3mm .13ohms @ 85w

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Sweet
Cool
PG/VG, Nic 30/70, 3mg
Aged for 2 months
Value 2 /5
Flavor Accuracy 2 /5
Cloud Production 3 /5
Throat Hit 2 /5

Got this juice for a crazy deal, I kinda see why.

Popping the cap, i get whiffs of a faint strawberry. On the inhale, strong artificial strawberry flavor with menthol. Halfway through, the strawberry reaches its peak. It's not very good. On the exhale, its a cool menthol finish. Very under impressed with this juice. It's a very basic menthol flavor and the strawberry is very meh.

Average clouds for 70 VG. Throat hit is faint and mostly menthol. Tried all sorts of wattage, but it didn't really make it taste any better. Very fake candy flavor. Wont buy again.

Reviewed using: Smoant Cylon, Freemax Fireluke Mesh Pro, .15 ohm Triple Mesh Coil @ 90w

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Cool
Fruity
PG/VG, Nic 20/80, 3mg
Aged for 2 months
Value 4 /5
Flavor Accuracy 4 /5
Cloud Production 5 /5
Throat Hit 2 /5

Decided there was enough steep time to finally break into the sampler I had gotten from Elite Elixirs. With the praise that u/BottomOfTheMap (Creator) gets on Reddit, I was excited to try these.

Popping the cap, I smell a bit of crisp apples and raspberries. Loaded it up into the triple coil and started clouding out the room. Wow this juice is cold. On the inhale, there is a lot of menthol here. There are hints of apple and berry, but right off the bat the menthol/mint is a bit overpowering. Halfway through, the apple fills out a bit. Its a fresh tasting apple, and with the menthol it's very cool. On the exhale, the tartness of the raspberry is present but still carried by the menthol. The aftertaste is a nice minty finish. Tastes like I just brushed my teeth.

This juice is a fog machine. Crazy dense clouds, 7/5 vapor production at max VG. Throat hit is negligible, unless you consider the bite of menthol a form of throat hit. It's described as a medium menthol, but I would say that is an understatement. Its a very cold juice. I bounced around between 80w and 105w and found not much of a difference in flavor, so I kept this at around 90w.

This juice is really good, and as a menthol lover it tickles my fancy. The only thing I think that could be improved is to tone down the menthol just a little bit to bring out the fruits. As it is right now, they kind of get lost in the strong menthol. Perhaps it needed more steeping to mellow it out, but at 2 months already I thought it would be enough. Might have to try this again sometime to see if I can get different results. If I could get the flavors to pop a bit more, it would raise the score a bit.

Would probably order again anyway. I love menthols.

Reviewed using: Smoant Cylon, Freemax Fireluke Mesh Pro, .15 ohm Triple Mesh Coil @ 90w

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Creamy
Sweet
PG/VG, Nic 10/90, 3mg
Aged for 2 months
Value 4 /5
Flavor Accuracy 4 /5
Cloud Production 5 /5
Throat Hit 2 /5

Another juice from a sub box, however I was able to pick this one out this time around. I've never tried any Milkman flavors, so I was excited to finally get my hands on it.

Popping the cap and taking a whiff, I smell strong notes of cream. There's a little bit of chocolate lingering in there too. Loading up the new RTA, I noticed this juice is pretty thick. I wasn't put off by it, I like a lot of Max VG juices. I was just hoping it would wick fine in my RTA which, thankfully, it did. On the inhale, there is a sweet chocolaty taste that is prominent. It's not so much like "Bam, that is chocolate," but more like a cookie chocolate. Definitely very creamy too. Halfway through, the flavor shifts from cookie to more of a creamy milkshake. On the exhale, the milk really comes in. It is a very sweet milky flavor, almost too sweet. Thankfully, it doesn't really reach that point and makes for a pretty delicious experience. The aftertaste is a little dry but faintly sweet, so I think that helps with it not being too overbearing. An overall pretty good Cookies n Cream milkshake flavor.

This juice puts out clouds, nice dense ones at 90VG. Throat hit is barely there, but still satisfying. I had started out testing the new RTA on my regulated Cylon, and found that it flourished on all sorts of wattages, but mostly at the higher end of the spectrum. I thought it would be perfect for a mech with the amount of voltage drop they can have over battery life. Threw it on the Admiral and it was awesome. By my calculations I'd say I was running it between 90-120w, hovering more around 100-105w. This was perfect. At higher wattages it brought out more distinct flavors in the chocolate cookies, and as it lowered it rounded out the milkshake flavor. It's sometimes hard for me to find a good juice to sit on a mech and have it be delicious for the entire runtime. I'll definitely be going through the rest of this on the Admiral.

I'd definitely look into more flavors by Milkman from now on, and if I find some good deals (It can get a bit pricey) I would most likely order again.

Reviewed using: Broadside Admiral, Dead Rabbit RTA, dual fused clapton 2x26g/36g SS316L; 5 wraps 3mm .13ohms @ ~100w

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Sweet
Nutty
PG/VG, Nic 30/70, 3mg
Aged for 4 months
Value 3 /5
Flavor Accuracy 3 /5
Cloud Production 4 /5
Throat Hit 3 /5

Another juice from a sub-box, steeped for a few months. I've started looking for more juices lately that I would think would pair well with the morning coffee. This dessert sounding one seemed like a good choice.

Popping the cap, I can smell mostly vanilla and hazelnut. On the inhale I get mostly caramel and slight hazelnut, albeit faint. It seems pretty airy, so there's not too much flavor pop here. Midway through, it seems to get a bit more nutty so I would assume that the hazelnut is breaking through more and a slight sweet. On the exhale, it tastes like the vanilla comes out more and leaves the finish a bit more mellowed out and sweet. I didn't get any hint of chocolate, or it must have gotten overpowered by the other flavors here such as the vanilla (it is kind of a similar profile to white chocolate). I feel like these flavors pretty much get muted together for the most part, no matter where I set the power at. The airiness of this juice might also attribute to that as it is a bit of a complex profile. Unfortunate, as this one seemed to have potential at first.

Clouds decent for a 70VG, as you can seem to take some deep lungfuls. Throat hit is also present and pleasant. It was a bit difficult to find the right wattage to vape at. It's airy, so the complexity just kind of melds together no matter what temp. Mostly notes of caramel/vanilla/hazelnut mishmash. Also has the potential to be a coil killer since in just 30ml, it got my coils on the triple mesh turning a slight brown. Kind of glad it was only 30ml TBH.

This juice had potential, but kind of fell flat. I probably wont actively go out and look for this again.

Reviewed using: Smoant Cylon, Freemax Fireluke Mesh Pro, .15 ohm Triple Mesh Coil @ 75-90w

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Coffee
Rich
Creamy
PG/VG, Nic 20/80, 6mg
Aged for 6 months
Value 5 /5
Flavor Accuracy 5 /5
Cloud Production 4 /5
Throat Hit 4 /5

Was looking for a juice to compliment my coffee this morning and I found an old bottle from SauceLA I nearly forgot about. It's been steeping for ages and has a bit higher nic than what I use now, but it was still delicious!

Upon opening the bottle, you are met with the distinct smells of caramel and coffee. I can already tell I'm going to like this one since I've been looking for a more coffee forward juice. On the inhale, you are first hit with a thick caramel flavor. This isn't a candy-sweet caramel, but a nice heavy, milky caramel. Halfway through, the coffee really starts to come in. With the creaminess of the caramel at first, this gives the coffee a sweeter, more cappuccino flavor than just a straight brew. I really like this part as it isn't just the taste of coffee beans, but more of a coffee drink. On the exhale, it's magical. The waffle comes in and easily compliments the previous two flavors. The creaminess of the caramel gives it nearly a syrupy taste to go along with it and is really spot on. The flavor left in your mouth after the exhale is great, like a sweet caramel plus a bit of coffee. Makes for a great compliment to my morning coffee!

Clouds are great for a 80VG juice. Produces a nice thick and flavorful vapor. The throat hit is also pretty great, more so than I've had personally in a while. It could just be chalked up to an older, higher nic juice, but it is there. I found that this was great just around the mid-range wattage on my build, about 80w , as all the flavors really seemed to pop about there and made for a great warm, full-bodied experience.

Would I go out and buy this again? Absolutely! It is delicious and perfect for an early morning / breakfast juice. I don't see myself making this an ADV, which is also the reason for not fully 5 stars, but for the earlier hours it works amazingly.

Reviewed using: Smoant Cylon, Drop RDA, fused Claptons 2x26g/36g 316L SS, 6 wraps 3mm .15ohms @ 80w

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Cool
Fruity
PG/VG, Nic 30/70, 3mg
Aged for 2 months
Value 3 /5
Flavor Accuracy 4 /5
Cloud Production 3 /5
Throat Hit 2 /5

Going through my box of "Going to Try Later" juices, I decided to pull this one to reset my taste buds. I had received this on from a sub box earlier this summer.

Popping the cap, you get whiffs of minty fruity candy. Loaded it up in the Mesh Pro and went on my way. On the inhale, You get a dense menthol with fruity undertones. It has an almost artificial sweetness to them. Halfway through, the watermelon comes in and actually tastes pretty good. The menthol is still very pronounced. On the exhale, I feel like you get somewhat of a mixed berry taste but the menthol just seems to overpower it. It isn't bad, I just don't care for it too much. There is this artificial flavor that is present throughout that I can only describe as 'Coughdrop-ish'. I am normally a fan of menthol flavors, but this was just to sickly sweet for me at times and I had to put it down. About halfway through the bottle, it started being a bit more tasty but I was already kind of thrown off at this point.

Clouds are lighter for a 70VG juice and there is barely a throat hit. One thing to make note of is this juice is very thinned out for a 70/30, and sure enough it has water as one of the ingredients. I'm not a fan of juices that use water to thin them out. For one, I don't want to be vaping water and is cheap excuse for cost cutting. Secondly, when companies purposely thin out juices with water it makes it more prone to leaking in some tanks. I had this one leak a bit a couple times.

I most likely wont be buying again, but it's good to know that this company thins out their juices with water going forward. I think this is the 2nd or 3rd one I've tried from them that used water.

Reviewed using: Smoant Cylon, Freemax Fireluke Mesh Pro, .15 ohm Triple Mesh Coil @ 90w

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Sweet
Fruity
PG/VG, Nic 30/70, 3mg
Aged for 4 weeks
Value 3 /5
Flavor Accuracy 4 /5
Cloud Production 4 /5
Throat Hit 2 /5

Got this one from a sub box and decided to blast through a full 60ml on one of these Triple Mesh coils.

Popping the cap, it smells like a straight up Blue Raspberry candy. Loading up the Fireluke Pro, the inhale is mostly a sweet candied blue razz flavor. Midway, the sugar sweetness tapers to a tangy, kind-of-sour, blue razz. On the exhale the rasperry comes in more and mixes well with the tartness provided. Overall, you are left with a pretty decent Sour Blue Raspberry candy. Not much to really complain, but also not much to write home about. For a basic Sour Blue Raspberry candy flavor, it gets the job done. I will add that this is one of the better "sour" flavors I've tried and hits the mark pretty nicely. The added sugary coating is a nice touch as well.

Cloud production is pretty good for a 70VG, Throat hit is non-existent. This juice seemed to work better at higher wattages, for me it was between 95-100w. This is where the all the flavors really came in nicely. I will also have to add that it did pretty well on my coils after 60ml, doesn't seem to have too much added sweetener. Cotton stayed pretty white.

It's hard to say if I would go out a buy this again, but it was pretty good and don't have anything negative to say about it besides it being sort of basic. It's not a bad choice for just breaking the monotony of ADVs.

Reviewed using: Vaporesso Polar, Freemax Fireluke Mesh Pro, .15 ohm Triple Mesh Coil @ 95-100w

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Spiced
Creamy
Rich
PG/VG, Nic 14/85, 3mg
Aged for 4 months
Value 5 /5
Flavor Accuracy 5 /5
Cloud Production 4 /5
Throat Hit 3 /5

I'm very glad I saved many of these flavors for a long steep, and I feel like Horchata-tas was a perfect example. I'm really digging this one even though I have never had a real Horchata.

Popping the cap, this one smells like a spiced cream. Loaded up the mild amber juice into my dripper and took off. On the inhale, you get that sweet rice milk with a bit of cinnamon on the nose. Midway through, the sweet creamy vanilla comes in to balance out the cinnamon. On the exhale, I feel like everything melds together and produces a nice rich mouthfeel. This one is pretty good! The spiced cinnamon is definitely the dominant flavor, but the sweet creaminess of the rice milk and vanilla balances it out nicely.

Now this cinnamon you get throughout is perfect, not sharp at all and very smooth. I've tried a few other cinnamon flavors where it was just too much. Horchata-tas hits the cinnamon note great and is easy to keep coming back to. For an 85.5% VG this produces a nice dense cloud and very flavorful. Due to the cinnamon, it also has a decent throat hit. This one also seemed to shine at a lower power than the other dessert flavors on my build at around 80w with a max preheat.

I'm adding this one to one of my favorites. I don't have many dessert flavors in my keepers, but this one is for sure. I could ADV this juice for a while and I can definitely see myself getting some more on my next order at B-X.

Reviewed using: Smoant Cylon, Warrior RDA, dual Juggernaut (26 + 36) x 2 + 0.1 x 0.4 N80; 6 wraps 3mm .18ohms @ 80w

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Sweet
Creamy
PG/VG, Nic 20/80, 3mg
Aged for 4 months
Value 5 /5
Flavor Accuracy 4 /5
Cloud Production 4 /5
Throat Hit 2 /5

Decided to give a 'long steep' type of juice a try from B-X, and it is the classic Strawberry & Cream flavor.

On the inhale, it is a sweet cream and a touch of custard. Halfway through, the custard really starts to come through with it's 'eggy-ness.' The strawberry starts to come in this point as well, but it isn't like most other strawberry flavors. It kind of morphs out of the sweetness of the inhale, and isn't just a standard candy-like strawberry. It's pretty subtle, but it tastes of a combination of different strawberry flavors. On the exhale, the strawberry blend continues into the airy creamy finish. I swear I also get a taste of vanilla in there which balances out the flavor pretty nicely. You are left with a decently long lingering creamy mouth-feel that is just ever so slightly sweet.

I did let this steep for a while (Over 4 months), so it was a nice mellow flavor but all around pretty good. I personally felt that the flavors were somewhat muted, except for the custard. I was expecting more of a strawberry dominate juice with this type of flavor's reputation, but it just wasn't there. In my opinion it fell just slightly flat. I may have to pick it up again sometime to see if my palate changes at all because it was still pretty good, just missing some form of 'pop' I was expecting.

Clouds on par for an 80% VG juice. Throat hit was somewhat subtle, but kicked in more at higher wattages. I bounced all around with power trying to bring out more of the strawberry but it just didn't want to come out from hiding. Instead it just seemed like I was tweaking the overall dominance of the custard flavor. I settled for about 90w on my build with the preheat set to max. In just 15ml, it also turned my wicks pretty black. I could vape them to almost white, but there were some pretty dark streaks all through them.

I may give this one another shot in the future, but for now I'm all set. Still a pretty good one, but I just don't think I can ADV custard for a while.

Reviewed using: Smoant Cylon, Warrior RDA, dual Juggernaut (26 + 36) x 2 + 0.1 x 0.4 N80; 6 wraps 3mm .18ohms @ 90w

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Fruity
Sweet
Cool
PG/VG, Nic 21/79, 3mg
Aged for 4 months
Value 5 /5
Flavor Accuracy 5 /5
Cloud Production 4 /5
Throat Hit 3 /5

Next up in the B-X line, Honey Suckle My Cuke. Definitely takes the cake for a unique name, but I wasn't really panning on enjoying this one. Boy was I wrong.

I am not a cucumber nor a honeysuckle fan. Melon flavors tend to be hit or miss. So When I found out this was a Cucumber, Melon, Mint & Honeysuckle flavor, I was a bit apprehensive. Popped the cap, and it smells like straight up spa water. That water you get at the spa or healthclub that's just swirling with cucumbers and sprigs of mint, just like that. Loaded it up and off we went. The inhale is light and airy, but definitely what I thought was going to be, like cucumber water but so good. I would also say it tastes kind of like a slightly sweet melon gum. There is a light sweetness that I assume comes in from the melon and honeysuckle. Halfway through, the fruits become more pronounced and a slight minty cool starts to come in. On the exhale, It all wraps up with a refreshing minty finish. This one is hard to put down and was a complete surprise. I can see why it got heralded a bit.

Cloud production on par for 79% VG, and throat hit was average. I found myself hovering around the middle of road temperature wise with this one as well. Fruits pop a tad higher and it is a bit more minty lower, perfect right in the middle.

I have to say, this one is really great and I will most likely be ordering this one again at some point.

Reviewed using: Smoant Cylon, Warrior RDA, dual Juggernaut (26 + 36) x 2 + 0.1 x 0.4 N80; 6 wraps 3mm .18ohms @ 90w

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Sweet
Spiced
PG/VG, Nic 8/92, 3mg
Aged for 4 months
Value 4 /5
Flavor Accuracy 5 /5
Cloud Production 5 /5
Throat Hit 4 /5

Continuing with the full line sampler from B-X, Doctorate in Pepper is next! I have to say I was pretty excited to try this one since Dr Pepper is my favorite soda. I've tried another 'Doc' juice elsewhere, but it just wasn't that great.

Smelling the juice, it smells just like it should as if you just popped a can of Dr Pepper. Loaded it up in the Warrior again (I think I'll wrap up the B-X reviews with this one cuz the flavor is awesome) and started anew. Wow. I don't know how he did it but on the first inhale I was just blown away with how realistic the carbonation feels! Didn't know that was possible. The inhale has that sweet cola syrup-y flavor. Definitely a cola. There's also the feeling of carbonation that I had mentioned. Halfway through, there's a peppery taste that comes in and more carbonation. Not like a spicy pepper, but more of the type of pepper you'd expect from Dr Pepper. There's also a small hint of cool, like a koolada. I assume to give it a cold soda feeling. On the exhale, the flavor starts to kick in. If you are familiar with Dr Pepper, it's pretty much a combination of 23 different flavors. And that's what I start to get here. There's the stronger notes of black cherry, that intermingles with a few others like pepper, cola, cooling, and something almost clove-like. It leaves you mouth slightly tingling and wanting more.

This juice is amazingly well balanced for the amount of twists and turns the flavor takes. Like a lot of people said its not so much spot on Dr Pepper, but more like an off-brand version. I can't get over the carbonation, in a good way. I've never quite experienced that before. I really enjoy this one from the cola flavor, the black cherry, to the hint of cool, but it does have some faults. I wasn't a big fan of the clove taste, and that's exactly what that flavor tastes and kind of smells like that must have been added. I kind of understand the reasoning, possibly its an attribute of the cooling ingredient that was added. Just reminds me too much of Clove cigarettes back in high school, which I thought were nasty.

The cloud production was exceptional at 92% VG. There was a great throat hit in this juice as well. I feel like this juice wanted to be more on the cooler side, not really going above 80w on my build. Overall, I was quite surprised by this one, I just feel like it's missing something to make this a true regular ADV for me. Definitely worth getting my hands on again however.

Reviewed using: Smoant Cylon, Warrior RDA, dual Juggernaut (26 + 36) x 2 + 0.1 x 0.4 N80; 6 wraps 3mm .18ohms @ 80w

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Fruity
PG/VG, Nic 16/84, 3mg
Aged for 4 months
Value 5 /5
Flavor Accuracy 4 /5
Cloud Production 5 /5
Throat Hit 3 /5

Back to working my way through the B-X Sampler after a decent hiatus. Let's just say I left them to steep for a while.

First whiff of this juice smells like a melon-y dragon fruit. Loaded it up in the Warrior RDA and went to it. The inhale took me a little off guard after smelling it. It's got a pretty dominant pear start to it, and it's more of a realistic tart pear flavor than some others. Midway through, it's almost like a familiar honeydew flavor that I wasn't a big fan of on a previous juice. On the exhale, I'd say this is where it balances out with a mellow dragon fruit flavor. You're left with a light fruit combo aftertaste that I can't complain about. A bit more honeydew or some other melon I'm not much of a fan of, but overall a decent vape.

Max VG at 84/16 produces some dense clouds. Seems to be a theme with much of B-X's Max VG line. Throat hit is decent enough to keep me going through the 15ml bottle, even if it is semi-light. Maybe it's the pear/melon. This juice seemed to fair better at a higher temp roughly about 93w on my build.

It's an okay flavor, but not an ADV for me.

On to the next one.

Reviewed using: Smoant Cylon, Warrior RDA, dual Juggernaut (26 + 36) x 2 + 0.1 x 0.4 N80; 6 wraps 3mm .18ohms @ 93w

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Fruity
Sweet
PG/VG, Nic 20/80, 3mg
Aged for 1 week
Value 4 /5
Flavor Accuracy 4 /5
Cloud Production 5 /5
Throat Hit 2 /5

Recently decided to give VapeWild's Welcome sampler a try. First up is Murica.

Not gonna lie, it smells like a bomb pop. A bit of lemon-lime and cherry. Dripped it in the new Warrior RDA with some NiChrome Juggernauts that came with it. On the inhale, I get mostly blue raspberry. Midway, the lemon-lime really starts to come in. At this point it tastes more like a fruity drink. Wrapping up with the exhale seems to be the cherries. It blends together nicely, but its lacking something to give it a popsicle feel. It would probably do great with a splash of menthol or koolada. It does seem to have somewhat of an odd aftertaste, but I chalked it up mostly to the new coils.

With Max VG, it can produce some decent clouds, even though it seems a tad faint in the flavor department. There isn't much throat hit to be had here. The flavors seem to pop about midrange for this build at about 80w.

It was an okay sample, but I don't think I would go out and buy more.

Reviewed using: Smoant Cylon, Warrior RDA, dual Juggernaut (26 + 36) x 2 + 0.1 x 0.4 N80; 6 wraps 3mm .18ohms @ 80w

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Rich
Creamy
Sweet
PG/VG, Nic 30/70, 6mg
Aged for 4 months
Value 3 /5
Flavor Accuracy 3 /5
Cloud Production 3 /5
Throat Hit 5 /5

This one got knocked to the bottom of my 'juice cache' so I'd thought I'd give it a go in a new tank I was trying out. This bottle came from another sub box a while back.

At first whiff, I get mostly brown sugar and vanilla custard notes. Loaded it up in the new Cascade Baby SE and went to town. On the inhale, I taste mostly vanilla custard and the sweetness of brown sugar. Halfway through, another taste comes in which is hard to put my finger on, but I would think it is the bourbon. On the exhale, it seems like the tastes blend together to create just another vanilla custard with a hint of bourbon. Nothing too special, and the cheesecake was not present at all.

Clouds on par for a 70/30. Throat hit was great, as I had gotten a 6mg. I had to play with power for a while and could not really find a sweet spot with this one. I bounced between 65-95w. It may have been too complex of a flavor to get just right, as most of the flavors just kind of muddle together.

I probably wouldn't actively go out and buy it.

Reviewed using: Vaporesso Polar, Cascade Baby SE, GT-8 Coil @ 65-95w

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Rich
Creamy
Sweet
PG/VG, Nic 30/70, 3mg
Aged for 2 months
Value 5 /5
Flavor Accuracy 5 /5
Cloud Production 4 /5
Throat Hit 4 /5

First Hex and now this. GSV has some pretty good ones.

I got this and Banana Fosters as samples when I picked up Hex. Apparently also just got these terminator coils which are the Double Mesh Coils for the Fireluke Mesh Pro, so I wanted to see if I could gunk them out with a delicious, but coil killer, gunker. I'll have to edit in the results when I finish this bottle.

Popping the cap of the bottle you are hit with a very pungent smell. Smells like a sugary, vanilla extract. Don't let that put you off though. Loaded up the deep amber juice and felt sorry for the new coils almost immediately. On the inhale, you are punched in the face by a densely rich caramelized sugar forefront with a light vanilla backing. Midway, the sugar tones off a bit and the vanilla comes in more with a nuanced custard base. Finishing up with the exhale, the flavor rounds off with the sweet creamy custard. The caramelized sugar pretty much stays with you well after the exhale, along with traces of vanilla custard, leaving me licking my lips expecting to have traces of sugar left. There's something about the authenticity of the flavors here too, it tastes all too natural. The barrel aging process also probably brings in more of a denser oaky mouthfeel, which is just awesome with this dessert vape. It really ties it all together and just makes this so enjoyable. Spot on Vanilla Crème Brûlée right here.

I played around with the wattage quite a bit until I found the sweet spot for me at around 70w, which is decently lower than most of the other dessert juices that seem to pop more at a higher power. Too high, and you might just get too much of the 'burnt' sugar taste and lose a lot of the other nuanced flavors this one has to offer. Cloud production was pretty good for a 70/30. Its a very dense vape, to the point where I'd struggle to hit a 3sec puff. Throat hit is also pronounced and enjoyable. I'd chalk that up to the potency of the caramelized sugar.

GSV is going to have to deal with me as a repeat customer, since so far they've been hitting it out of the park with the ones I've tried. They've turned me into actually really starting to enjoy dessert profiles. Can't wait to re-up.

Reviewed using: Vaporesso Polar, Freemax Fireluke Mesh Pro, .2 ohm Double Mesh Coil @ 70w

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Sweet
Fruity
PG/VG, Nic 20/80, 3mg
Aged for 1 month
Value 5 /5
Flavor Accuracy 5 /5
Cloud Production 4 /5
Throat Hit 3 /5

I've heard much of the praise Pinky gets over on ECR, so I decided to try it out finally. I see all the hype, it's absolutely delicious.

Ordered up a 60 of Pinky on my last splurge during sales week. Let it sit around for a while and nearly forgot about the Mitten order. Popping the cap you are greeted with an enticing strawberry candy smell, mouth is already watering. Should note that pink starburst are my favorite and the closest I've come to it was a mishmash of starb hurst* flavor from other vendors (still great :D). Loaded it up in the new Fireluke Mesh Pro I just received (needed to see what all the hype was for this tank too) and went to town.

Damn! It just keeps getting better. On the inhale, its a very light and airy sweet strawberry. Even with an extra flavor shot, I didn't expect this to be so light. Not saying its a bad thing, since a lot of other strawberry juices I've tried seem to go too hard with the strawberry and it wipes out all subtle notes/flavors or it just tastes fake. Mid way through, you start to get a bit more of the sweetness and candy-like strawberry coming in, this is where it starts tasting delicious. On the exhale, a slight creaminess comes in and rounds out the flavor to where it starts taking on the profile of a little pink chew candy. It is addicting.

I had turned it up a bit in wattage, up to about 90, but I feel like this shines on the cooler end of the spectrum. I bit too high and it kind of washes out all the subtlety there is that makes it really enjoyable. Throat hit is slightly there, unless you start to crank it up. Cloud production is fairly decent with Max VG, but I feel it just wasn't as dense as some others at this blend. It does fog up a room pretty good. Also, It just screams on the setup I was running it on. Polar plus Double Mesh and it tore through mls. I was able to take ~6sec lungfuls of this juice however due to the airiness of the inhale. Max cloudage, great flavor.

Definitely an ADV for me and I can't wait to stock up on more!

Reviewed using: Vaporesso Polar, Fremax Fireluke Mesh Pro, .2 ohm Double Mesh Coil @ 78w

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Fruity
PG/VG, Nic 30/70, 3mg
Aged for 1 month
Value 2 /5
Flavor Accuracy 2 /5
Cloud Production 3 /5
Throat Hit 3 /5

Another Royal Bishop / Superb Eliquid juice came in one of my sub boxes again. This one was pretty forgettable.

I like apples. I like watermelon. Why it's hard to find a decent apple vape is beyond me. The smell alone smells delicious. Melon-y goodness with apple at the forefront. Loaded it up in the Drop and went to town. The inhale tastes of artificial apples, or just artificial fruit in general. On the exhale the watermelon comes out a bit more, which is better but the damage is done. Something about that artificial taste just lingers and and it isn't great. Not an ADV like the official description says, at least for me.

Clouds on par for a 70/30. Throat hit is present. Tends to taste a little bit better on the cooler side, but not much. I spent most of my time fiddling around with the wattage to find the moment where the flavors popped a bit more, but just couldn't get over the odd taste.

Won't buy again.

Reviewed using: Smoant Cylon, Drop RDA, fused Claptons 2x26g/36g 316L SS, 6 wraps 3mm .15ohms @ 85w

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Sweet
Fruity
Rich
PG/VG, Nic 30/70, 3mg
Aged for 1 month
Value 4 /5
Flavor Accuracy 5 /5
Cloud Production 3 /5
Throat Hit 2 /5

Oh my. What a hit for my tastebuds with one. Went out on a limb and got a bottle on a sale and I will probably be back.

Taking my first whiff out of the bottle, it smelled just like a little lemon pastry. Started dripping and it is great. First you're met with that smooth gooey lemon , the warmer the better. It finishes off with a sweet pastry like crust that's hit with powdered sugar that wraps it up perfectly. The lemon is a very mellow and sweet lemon which is probably the star of the show.

Usual clouds for a 70/30. I preferred this one more on the warmer side

Reviewed using: Broadside Admiral V2, NaRDA, tri-braid 26g SS, 5 wraps 3mm .25ohms @ ~50-65w

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