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Tobacco
Sweet
PG/VG, Nic 30/70, 3mg
Aged for 7 months
Value 4 /5
Flavor Accuracy 5 /5
Cloud Production 3 /5
Throat Hit 4 /5

I don't normally vape tobacco flavored juices, but after a recent experience with an RY4 I've decided to check them out when I have the chance. This one was included with a sampler from VapeWild.

Searching for a juice that can go decently with the morning coffee isn't too hard with the amount of bakery and coffee profiles, but the evening beer or two can be a bit more troublesome. I used to smoke a bit more if I went for a night out at the local pub, but when I quit I've been looking for something that could fill that void. Sweet or fruity juices just didn't cut it with a lager or an IPA so I figured I'd try this little sample I received.

Turkish Blend is a decent hearty tobacco flavor reminiscent of the Camel brand. I did smoke Camels a bit back when I was smoking, and the flashback was there. There's a touch of sweetness on the exhale that gives the juice a bit of character. It's a rich experience that has a nice creamy mouthfeel. Throat hit is great and definitely scratches that itch when drinking your favorite brew, be it coffee or beer. It's average with its cloud production with 70VG. I would probably look to purchasing again if I wanted to get my hands on a pretty good tobacco profile.

Reviewed using: Vaporesso Polar, Cthulhu Mjolnir, single quad core clapton 4x30g/40g SS316L; 5 wraps 3.5mm .23ohms @ 50w

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Sweet
Fruity
PG/VG, Nic 20/80, 3mg
Aged for 6 months
Value 3 /5
Flavor Accuracy 4 /5
Cloud Production 4 /5
Throat Hit 3 /5

Still trying to make my way through the VapeWild sampler, decided on a skittle flavor. A decent candy, that I will assume will taste like a handful of them in your mouth.

The inhale is much of what I expected. A mishmash of candied fruits without much of one flavor taking the front seat, besides perhaps the green apple. Midway through to the exhale, nothing much changes besides the grape flavor becoming more pronounced. It stays true to the flavor it is trying to recreate, albeit less sweet or tart than the real thing. I will note that this juice is also a little dry, leaving you with a drier mouth and just a little bit more of a throat hit. It's an okay juice, but nothing exceptional.

Clouds decently for Max VG. Throat hit is mild. Doesn't seem to be much of a coil gunker. A glass of water is recommended with this one. I would probably not go out and purchase this one separately.

Reviewed using: Kennedy Vindicator, Goon 25, dual 24g SS316L; 6 wraps 3mm .17ohms @ ~90w

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

After reading a bit about the Banana being strong, I let this one steep for quite a bit before I cracked into it. I'm glad I did as it really let the flavors meld pretty damn good.

The inhale is a slightly candied banana. Not too overdone with the candy, but just enough to give it a bit more sweetness. There's a bit of strawberry mingled in, but the banana is the star of the show at first. I also have to add that is is really smooth and a bit creamy. Kind of a departure from the straight fruit I can associate with Placid. Halfway through, the strawberry becomes a bit more pronounced but not enough to put the banana cream in the backseat. It's a nice ripe strawberry and could have used just a touch more in my opinion but still a nice mix. The exhale is where the apple begins to show itself. I'm a big fan of apple vapes, but Cascade gave it just enough to be tasted but not steal the show like it can in a lot of other mixes. It's more of a sweeter balance of apple without much of the tart that usually accompanies it. It mixes well with the other flavors, and the creaminess touch is a welcome addition. That cream is light and fluffy and stays throughout the exhale. A very well crafted blend.

Clouds decently for an unknown VG/PG ratio. I assume it is a standard 70/30. It is a very smooth vape, so throat hit is negligible. I did see a little bit of gunking on the coils after 30ml, so I assume that one of the flavors (probably banana) uses sweetener. I would most likely order again as it was a very nice ADV juice.

Reviewed using: Vaporesso Polar, OFRF Gear RTA, single quad core clapton 4x30g/40g SS316L; 6 wraps 4mm .3ohms @ 45w

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

Another sample from Blue Dots dessert sampler I've been letting steep for a few months. A few of the flavors I received I don't think I'll enjoy too much, but vanilla cupcake and strawberry frosting sounds great.

The juice is amber in color, slightly darker than the others. Popping the cap, it smells just as it should; a cupcake with strawberry frosting. On the inhale, I get mostly cupcake flavor with a hint of vanilla. There's a bit of sweetness too from the strawberry that hasn't fully popped yet. Halfway through, the strawberry frosting really comes in. It's not a typical strawberry either from some of Blue Dot's other strawberry offerings. This one is a bit more butter-creamy like you would get from frosting. On the exhale, both flavors mix down and leave you feeling like you just took a bite from a fresh warm strawberry-frosted cupcake. As simple as that, it hits it's mark and tastes pretty delectable. Only thing I wished is that the vanilla and cupcake just popped a bit more. Could be due to the length of the steep, or perhaps I'm ready for a new coil.

Clouds great for a 70/30 and at a semi-lower wattage. Throat hit is slight, but not overpowering. Going through about 10ml, the cotton is slighter a darker shade but doesn't seem like it's gunking much at all. I played around with wattage for a bit and settled around 50w. Lower and the strawberry diminished, higher and the cupcake diminished. Over a pretty good flavor and would be worth reordering.

Reviewed using: Vaporesso Polar, Cthulhu Mjolnir, single quad core clapton 4x30g/40g SS316L; 5 wraps 3.5mm .22ohms @ 50w

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

Picked this guy up in a desserts sampler from Blue Dot. I've been meaning to try more dessert profiles. However, coconut isn't quite my jam so I decided to go through this one first.

At first glance, it's a typical light amber color. Popping the cap, I smell a mix of caramel and sweet toasted coconut. Now Blue Dot recommends this at a lower temperature, so I started at about 25w and worked my way up to 43w. On the inhale, the first taste to reach my palette is chocolate. It tastes somewhere between the flavor of a tootsie roll and powdered cocoa. I don't disagree with it as much as the other reviews. Halfway through the toasted coconut comes in, and surprisingly its actually a bit enjoyable. Tastes pretty authentic. On the exhale a light caramel mixes with the previous two flavors and tastes a lot like those Samoan girl scout cookies. Actually surprised that I like this as much as I do. The aroma from exhaling a cloud is interesting. It's very floral and smells strongly like fresh flowers. After sitting for a while, it starts smelling like coconut.

Clouds ok for 70/30 at a low temp. Throat hit is slightly punchy. After 10ml, my cotton has changed to darker colors so I expect this to be a little coil gunky. I did try this at higher temperatures and it wasn't too pleasant. The chocolate turns to a different flavor and is definitely better lower. Overall, I don't see myself actively purchasing again, but is still a great juice for what it is. Coconut just isn't my favorite.

Reviewed using: Vaporesso Polar, Cthulhu Mjolnir, single quad core clapton 4x30g/40g SS316L; 5 wraps 3.5mm .22ohms @ 43w

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Sweet
Rich
Spiced
PG/VG, Nic 20/80, 3mg
Aged for 6 months
Value 4 /5
Flavor Accuracy 5 /5
Cloud Production 4 /5
Throat Hit 1 /5

Finally tapping into the Aug '18 Mystery flavor from a sampler I purchased a ways back. Looked it up and found it it was this new flavor Underboss.

At first glance, the juice is a light amber color. Popping the cap, I get heavy whiffs of butterscotch (like the candies) and hints of pastry. Loading it up on the Goon 25, the inhale is mostly a sweet butterscotch that is incredibly smooth. Tastes just like a butterscotch candy. Halfway through, a light cinnamon comes into play that compliments the butterscotch really well. It is not an overwhelming cinnamon either, very well balanced and light. There are also hints of pie crust thrown in for good measure. On the exhale, the butterscotch takes the backseat as a cinnamon pastry mix takes hold. It all combines really well and was a surprising baked dessert juice. The aftertaste is a sweet and spiced butterscotch. Really well done and great at higher temps.

Clouds decently for Max VG and has little to no throat hit. It is incredibly smooth and easy on the coils. I found this juice performed better just a tad warmer, so I was switching out my battery a little quicker than usual since I was using a mech. Overall, I would probably seek out this juice again even though I am not the biggest butterscotch fan. Well done.

Reviewed using: Kennedy Vindicator, Goon 25, dual 24g SS316L; 6 wraps 3mm .17ohms @ ~90w

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Sweet
Fruity
Cool
PG/VG, Nic 20/80, 3mg
Aged for 6 months
Value 4 /5
Flavor Accuracy 4 /5
Cloud Production 5 /5
Throat Hit 3 /5

This came from a sampler I purchased about 6 months ago, so it has been steeping in a box for a bit.

At first glance, the juice is still clear with just the slightest amber tint. Popping the cap, it smells like a strong mixed berry and maybe a hint of gum. Loading it up, the inhale is a light and sweet mixed berry. Not quite as strong as I expected and kinda airy, but still pretty tasty. It does have a pretty decent tartness however most likely from the raspberry I can discern. Halfway through, the menthol definitely comes in although fairly light as well. On the exhale, it all comes together and tastes much like a minty-berry gum with a bit of cooling. Overall it's a decent juice, but I felt it's missing a punch. Other juices from the same sampler on the same setup seem to pack more flavor. It wouldn't be bad if you are looking for a semisweet fruity vape with a hint of cooling.

Clouds excellently for Max VG. Throat hit is just slightly punchier too. After 10ml I was able to vape my cotton to a dry white, so really good on coils. I would be on the fence about ordering again. On one hand, it ticks off a lot of boxes I would prefer from a juice but it just misses the mark with the potency of its flavor. Perhaps a fresher batch would scratch that itch.

Reviewed using: Kennedy Vindicator, Goon 25, dual 24g SS316L; 6 wraps 3mm .17ohms @ ~90w

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

Last up for the Elite Elixirs sampler I've been letting steep for a bit. Saved what I think would be one of my favorites to wrap it up.

At first glance, the juice is a very light amber color. Popping the cap, smells of a sweet vanilla peppermint. There's are more flavors there, but hard to discern just by smelling it, perhaps marshmallow. A little taste test brings out a bit more creaminess to it, like a York peppermint patty. On the inhale, its a refreshing blast of sweet peppermint and light vanilla. Tastes like one of my favorite chocolates, York, at this point and it is amazing. Halfway through, the peppermint rounds off and a bit more of a creamy vanilla comes in. These two are perfectly balanced and is a nice dense flavor. On the exhale, a bit more creaminess rolls through much like a light sugary marshmallow. The aftertaste is nice and minty fresh with traces of vanilla and cream. This is definitely a top tier juice for me. It is so delicious its hard to put down.

Clouds decently for Max VG. Throat hit isn't really there as it is a nice smooth experience. At around 30ml, it seems to be kind to my coils so I don't see gunking being much of a problem. Definitely in the reorder and favorites category as this is a well-balanced minty dessert juice. Can't wait to stock up.

Reviewed using: Vaporesso Polar, FreeMax Mesh Pro, .15 ohm Triple Mesh Coil @ 90w

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

Decided to load up another juice from an Elite Elixirs sampler I've been letting steep. I love Cap'n Crunch cereal, so I had to snag this one when I saw it.

Taking a peek at the juice, it's a light golden color after a 5 month steep. Popping the cap, smells just like Crunch Berries and cream which is a good start. On the inhale, I get that sweet cereal taste associated with Cap'n Crunch without tearing up my mouth like the actual cereal. Tastes just like those little sugar-glazed golden cereal squares. It's almost perfect. Midway through is when the creamy milk starts to come in. Mixing with the cereal flavor, it is delicious. On the exhale, it all comes together with just a slight hint of berries. The aftertaste is light and slightly sugary. This is so good that I have been saving this one exclusively for the morning. Goes together perfectly with coffee or a cold glass of milk. I don't know how BottomOfTheMap does it, but these flavors are spot on with each juice I've tried.

Clouds excellently for Max VG. Throat hit is present and can leave the throat a little dry. I guess the sharpness of Cap'n Crunch had to be there somehow haha. I'm nearly through 60ml and it doesn't seem to be gunking my coils up much at all. My only wish is that there was a bit more Crunch Berry than what is present. I will most likely order again along with some more flavors from Elite Elixirs since his juices really do seem to be "Elite."

Reviewed using: Vaporesso Polar, FreeMax Mesh Pro, .15 ohm Triple Mesh Coil @ 90w

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Fruity
Sweet
PG/VG, Nic 20/80, 3mg
Aged for 8 months
Value 4 /5
Flavor Accuracy 4 /5
Cloud Production 4 /5
Throat Hit 1 /5

Just happened across this juice buried in my unfinished bottles box. Needed something fruity/candy to put through my Goon 25, and I thought that with the future of Mitten up in the air, now is the best time to revisit it after a lengthy steep.

Looking at the juice after 9 months in a box, it is still crystal clear. Popping the cap, It smells just like fruity candies with grape and raspberry at the forefront. On the inhale, I immediately taste grape candy. Much like many other people say about this juice, it tastes just like Spree candy. The grape has that artificial flavor used in many grape flavored candies. Halfway through, the other flavors start to pop. There is a bit of tartness of the raspberry present that struggles to get past the strong grape front. Mixing with it, you get a bit more of the candy sweetness of it's blue counterpart. Both have that distinct artificial candiness to them. On the exhale, they all seem to blend together nicely tasting like you just popped a few Sprees into your mouth. Overall, a pretty decent run-of-the-mill candy profile. The only thing that shaves a few fractions of a point off is how much of that artificial-ness is present.

Clouds decently for a max VG. Throat hit isn't there, and is a very smooth juice. Definitely not going to be a problem for coils or cotton. It's unfortunate about the state Mitten Vapor is currently in. Even though I might not reinvest in this juice, they had a few that I did really like and there were many more to explore. Hopefully things work out for them.

Reviewed using: Broadside Admiral, Goon 25, dual 24g SS316L; 6 wraps 3mm .17ohms @ ~90w

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

Another sample from the most recent sampler pack I purchased from Blue Dot. The description is intriguing, and I've only had a few orange flavored juices. Most of which can be a little rough. Let's see how this one fares.

At first glance, the juice is a very light and transparent orange/peach color. Popping the cap, it smells like I just cut into a ripe orange, legitimately. On the inhale, I get a bunch of that ripe orange flavoring with just a touch of cream. Like I expected, there is an added throat hit due to the citrus but is toned down a bit by the cream. Halfway through, the cream comes in a bit more over the orange and starts tasting a bit more like an orange creamsicle. On the exhale, the flavors continue with a bit more flavoring from the cream and perhaps a touch of vanilla. The throat is a little tingly towards the end of the exhale. Overall, this juice does it's best at tasting like some sort of an orange creamsicle with a tiniest hint of a twist being the vanilla. The orange flavoring is the best part of this juice since it is pretty spot on and tastes pretty authentic.

Clouds on par for 70VG. Throat hit can be a little punchy but is a bit more mellow than other citrus juices out there. Coils are pretty clean after 10ml, so I don't see it being too much of a gunker. This juice was a welcome change of pace from others I've been sampling, but I just don't see myself actively going out and getting more. I'd more than happily go through more if I got my hands on it however.

Reviewed using: Kennedy Vindicator, Cthulhu Mjolnir, single quad core clapton 4x30g/40g SS316L; 5 wraps 3.5mm .23ohms @ ~65w

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

Picking back up on the Elite Elixirs Sampler I purchased 4 months ago, Pebbly Donuts is next with a decent steep. I've tried a couple donut juices and they can be hit or miss, but usually pretty tasty.

Popping the cap, you can tell this is going to be a rich dessert vape. Smells like a very sweet sugary vanilla with a bit of pastry worked in. On the inhale, you are hit with the front of a deliciously sweet fruity cereal. Very very heavy flavoring, and pretty awesome for Max VG. It hits all aspects from the artificial fruitiness, the grainy cereal taste, and hints of milk throughout. Halfway through, the first notes of a doughy donut come in. The vanilla glaze really pops and tastes super authentic. On the exhale, It all comes together and tastes like you just dragged a glazed donut though some milky fruity pebbles. Really the best way to describe this juice. It's on point, packs a flavorful punch, and has me licking my lips long after a puff to get the remaining bit of sweetness. A+ Juice here.

Clouds are super thick for Max VG and carries tons of flavor. Throat hit is slight, but slightly punchy. Coils seem pretty clean after 10ml, but with a 60ml bottle and how sweet this juice is, it could have an effect on coil life. I'll edit if this does end up a little gunky. I can't believe how much flavor this juice has at Max VG, so lower VG flavor must be intense. All in all, I'll have to get another bottle when this runs out.

Reviewed using: Vaporesso Polar, FreeMax Mesh Pro, .15 ohm Quad Mesh Coil @ 100w

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Sweet
Fruity
PG/VG, Nic 20/80, 3mg
Aged for 6 months
Value 4 /5
Flavor Accuracy 5 /5
Cloud Production 4 /5
Throat Hit 1 /5

Next up in a VapeWild sampler I purchased is Summer Solstice. The profile of this juice is something I wouldn't normally pick up. Not a big fan of pineapple and coconut mostly.

At first glance, this juice is a light transparent peach color. Pretty clear for a lengthy steep. Popping the cap, it smells just like a tropical fruit bubblegum. Smells pretty delicious actually. On the inhale, I get a blast of tropical fruits. Notes of pineapple, coconut, and banana are prominent in the front kinda fighting for dominance. The flavors are pretty authentic, and blend pretty nicely reminiscent of a tropical drink. Halfway through, a heavier flavor makes it's presence known with the fruit blend. I would assume this is the rum, as it has a slightly caramel mouthfeel. It's faint and easily missable, but it does kinda thicken the flavor out a bit. At this point, the juice tastes more like a Pina Colada. On the exhale, The previous flavors continue to blend with a bit of pop from a sweet strawberry. Overall, it's a pretty complex and well put together juice. Has tastes similar to a fruit Pina Colada, and while it is pretty good it just isn't really my favorite. Another thing to note, and like with other complex profiles, is that each puff can taste slightly different than the next. The flavor rotates in a way.

Clouds decently for Max VG. Throat hit is not there and is a very smooth vape. Coils and cotton are clean after 10ml, so it doesn't seem like a coil gunker. I probably wouldn't go out and buy it, but if I got my hands on it again I'd vape it.

Reviewed using: Broadside Admiral, Goon 25, dual 24g SS316L; 6 wraps 3mm .17ohms @ ~85w

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

Digging into the latest sampler from Blue Dot, Happiest Place is next. Been vaping a couple cinnamon flavors today (purely by accident), so Lets see how this one stacks up against the competition.

Taking a peek at the juice, it is nearly clear with a tint of yellow. Popping the cap, it's mostly a cinnamon smell with a possible hint of alcohol. I haven't let this sampler steep nearly as long as most the others, but I had a few of them to work through. I'm sure that would clear up with a little more steeping. On the inhale, obviously there's going to be a bit of cinnamon but there are also notes of sugar and a hint of pastry. The cinnamon is a bit sharper as expected than, say, a cinnamon roll, and tastes pretty spot on to that similar of a churro. Halfway through, the doughyness picks up and tastes freshly fried. On the exhale, there are very subtle notes of cream but is very faint. Overall the churro flavor is spot on, but the milky flavor could be a bit stronger.

Clouds fairly lightly for a 70VG. Surprisingly kept the visibility in my room pretty clear. Throat hit is there with the presence of cinnamon. After 10ml, my cotton and coils were left pretty clean. Definitely not a coil gunking juice. I'd say that compared to the other cinnamon profiles I've sampled, this one didn't blow me away but still a very well crafted Churro juice.

Reviewed using: Kennedy Vindicator, Cthulhu Mjolnir, single quad core clapton 4x30g/40g SS316L; 5 wraps 3.5mm .23ohms @ ~65w

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Spiced
Sweet
PG/VG, Nic 20/80, 3mg
Aged for 6 months
Value 5 /5
Flavor Accuracy 5 /5
Cloud Production 4 /5
Throat Hit 2 /5

Next up from the VapeWild Sampler I purchased last summer is Cinnamon Roll. I love cinnamon rolls so lets see how this one stacks up.

This juice is a very light, transparent tan color after an extended steep. Popping the cap, I get whiffs of a light cinnamon smell with a hint of cream. On the inhale, it starts off with a sweetly spiced cinnamon. A pretty mellow cinnamon that isn't overpowering and a bit of sugar mixed in. Halfway through, the sugar pops a bit more and you start to get notes of pastry. Around this point it really starts to taste like an un-frosted cinnamon roll. It's pretty spot on to the cinnamon glaze found throughout a roll. On the exhale, the cream kicks in and wraps up the previous flavors very nicely. It really shines at this point, as if I am eating at Cinnabon. I've had a decent amount of Churro flavors that were good, but this is really good for a cinnamon based juice. The aftertaste leaves me licking my lips for traces of sugar cinnamon.

Clouds decently for Max VG. Throat hit is present due to the cinnamon. After 10ml, I can vape my cotton dry to a bright white. Surprisingly not a coil gunker with how sweet this can be. This will definitely be added to my favorites list and I could see myself ordering another.

Reviewed using: Broadside Admiral, Goon 25, dual 24g SS316L; 6 wraps 3mm .17ohms @ ~85w

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Fruity
Creamy
PG/VG, Nic 30/70, 3mg
Aged for 7 months
Value 4 /5
Flavor Accuracy 4 /5
Cloud Production 3 /5
Throat Hit 2 /5

Last sample from the Blue Dot cereal sampler I purchased. So far they all were hit or miss. Now it's on to probably the most recreated cereal flavor, Fruit Loops.

At first glance, its a light, translucent maroon color. Popping the cap, I smell the iconic Fruit Loop scent, but with perhaps a bit more berry than citrus. On the inhale is a lightly sweet citrus and fruit blend reminiscent of fruit loops but just a hair off. Typically, many Fruit Loop juices overdo it with the citrus and lemon flavors. This one hits a nice medium. It is not a mouth full of lemon pledge. Midway, there is a cereal graininess that starts to become present with a hint of milk. On the exhale, the fruit flavor starts to die down and the cereal flavor really kicks off. Mixed with the fruits, its a decent replica of dry Fruit Loops. However, the milk comes in a bit more, and it suffers the same fate as some of the other cereal juices from Blue Dot. The milk flavor just tastes a bit off, almost sour. Weird thing is, is that you can kind of smell it in the air too after the exhale. The aftertaste is a bit better though, this is were it tastes a bit more like normal milk. Not sure what causes the sour taste, but it brings down the juice a peg. Besides that, the juice is well crafted and pretty good. Too bad one thing knocks it down a little.

Clouds on par for 70VG. Throat hit is slight, but there. Like others have said, at times it can be harsh but is mostly forgiving. After 10ml, cotton was a bit dark same with the coils. There seems to be some slight gunking going on, so it may wreck coils the more you feed them. The pitfall for this juice is definitely the milk. Taste is just slightly off and the smell lingers of it. I'm on the fence if I would buy again, but with all the other juices of this profile I'd probably look elsewhere.

Reviewed using: Kennedy Vindicator, Cthulhu Mjolnir, single quad core clapton 4x30g/40g SS316L; 5 wraps 3.5mm .23ohms @ ~65w

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Sweet
Rich
Tobacco
PG/VG, Nic 20/80, 3mg
Aged for 6 months
Value 5 /5
Flavor Accuracy 4 /5
Cloud Production 5 /5
Throat Hit 1 /5

This sample came from a previous VapeWild sampler I purchased a while ago and let steep. I'm not normally a tobacco vape person (I think this might be my first), but after hearing a lot about the fabled RY4 blends I had to scoop one up. Bear with me, I was a menthol smoker for most of my time smoking, but there was a lengthy stint where I was smoking regular tobacco and cigars. With that being said, I'm excited to try this one out.

At first glance, this is a very light amber colored juice. Surprisingly clear for a 6 month steep. Popping the cap, I smell mostly caramel. Good start. On the inhale, Its a lightly sweet caramel with hints of vanilla. A fairly light flavor and incredibly smooth. It's not like puffing on sugary caramel. Halfway through, The tobacco flavor kicks in with a bit more vanilla. Again, very smooth blending. The tobacco is light and airy and not quite what I expected. It actually tastes better than what I was assuming. On the exhale, the tobacco flavor continues and tapers off with the sweet vanilla caramel. To me at this point it almost tastes coffee-ish. The caramel is a pretty authentic flavor that bounces in and out, intertwining with the faux tobacco nicely. However, the vanilla is very faint throughout. I'd say its mostly a lightly sweet caramel with notes of tobacco juice. The flavor quickly dissipates after the exhale and leaves you with a clean aftertaste. Also good to note is that this pairs perfectly with the morning coffee.

Clouds excellently for Max VG. Throat hit is not present, it's incredibly smooth. Cotton and coils are beautiful after 10ml due to the lack of sweetener and being a very clean juice. Would I order again? I believe I just might. I think I found a new profile that I quite enjoy, and finding morning juices to pair with the coffee has always been a bit rough.

Reviewed using: Broadside Admiral, Goon 25, dual 24g SS316L; 6 wraps 3mm .17ohms @ ~85w

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Fruity
Spiced
Cool
PG/VG, Nic 30/70, 3mg
Aged for 6 months
Value 4 /5
Flavor Accuracy 5 /5
Cloud Production 4 /5
Throat Hit 1 /5

Got this one from an Adirondack Vapor Mystery Box, so I did not actively purchase it. The description is interesting on their bottle "Pear - Herbs - Ice". I don't think I've had a juice with herbs in it.

Popping the cap, it smells mostly of a ripe pear. On the inhale, You get a chilled pear flavor front with something I can't quite put my finger on. It's almost somewhat of an earthy-nutty-chocolatey taste on the back end. I assume this the herb blend. You would not expect this with the description of the juice here as it is pretty prominent. Halfway through, the ice comes in a bit stronger cooling down everything. This is more of a koolada chill than a minty flavor, since the mint is a little weak. Possibly just getting lost with the herb flavor. This blends more with the previous flavors described without muting or lessening it. On the exhale, that earthy / herb-y taste kicks in more that is nice and cool and slightly spiced. For some reason I almost get hints of pumpkin, which is a weird experience and I assume its the blend of all the flavors playing tricks on me. It's not bad, it is just an interesting flavor combination I wasn't quite prepared for. It all blends well nicely and leaves you with a pretty authentic pear aftertaste. Long past the exhale, I can still taste pear in my mouth.

Clouds decently for a 70VG blend. Throat hit is negligible, since the cooling really smooths out the juice. I wouldn't normally seek this flavor profile out, so I don't think I would order again. Don't get me wrong, it is a nicely crafted juice, just not quite my style. That herb flavor is really interesting.

Reviewed using: Smoant Cylon, FreeMax Mesh Pro, .15 ohm Quad Mesh Coil @ 97w

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

Finally digging into my VapeWild sampler, Blue Harvest is first. The description sounds right up my alley, a fruity lemonade.

Popping the cap I smell mostly watermelon and bubblegum, reminiscent of watermelon Bubblicious. Interesting that it has a bubblegum scent. On the inhale, that all changes. I get hit with mostly a sweet watermelon front, with perhaps a dash of ripe blueberries on the back end though very faint. The watermelon is more of an artificial taste, the kind usually associated with watermelon candy. Not bad though. Midway through, A tang comes in that is definitely a lemonade. Mixing with the watermelon this is quite enjoyable. On the exhale is where this juice really pops. The lemonade comes in full force, and it is delicious. It really tastes like authentic lemonade, sour with a decent amount of sugar sweetness. The watermelon fades away and you are left with mostly lemonade flavor to the end.

Clouds excellent with max VG, fogging up the room with the Goon 25 was too easy. Throat hit is a little bite-y but slight, which I will attribute to the citrus. Coils and cotton stayed clean throughout 10ml, which is surprising with how sweet the lemonade flavor is. And that lemonade flavor is great. I'd say its pretty comparable to some other "Twist" type lemonades but with less gunking. The blueberry is nearly missing however, but this juice is really good. Went through the sample size really quick. I may have to try out the 70/30 blend to have the flavors pop more. I would most likely order again!

Reviewed using: Broadside Admiral, Goon 25, dual 24g SS316L; 6 wraps 3mm .17ohms @ ~85w

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

I used to love Trix cereal, so when I popped the cap to this and instantly got flashbacks, I thought it would be awesome. On the inhale, you at first get a taste of half slightly artificial mixed fruits and half citrus/lemon. Kind of typical to have an overly lemon flavor with fruit cereal vapes. Midway, you get the graininess of cereal that starts to blend. This flavor was actually pretty spot on, but just a little muted by citrus. Like others have said, there is a slight sourness attributed to the supposed milk that comes in on the exhale. This juice could be miles better after being teased by the smell. It kind of flops on all points besides the artificial fruit flavor you would expect from Trix. It was also a bit dry and harsh for my likes, which could be due to the fact it's been steeping for about 5 months and the nicotine degraded.

Clouds on par for 70VG. A bit harsh on the throat for some reason, so I give it a decent throat hit. It's unfortunate that I've had 2 cereal juices from Blue Dot that missed their mark, since other flavors tend to be a bit better. Silly Rabbit, this vape isn't for me.

Reviewed using: Kennedy Vindicator, Cthulhu Mjolnir, single quad core clapton 4x30g/40g SS316L; 5 wraps 3.5mm .23ohms @ ~65w

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