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Spiced
Tobacco
Rich
PG/VG, Nic 20/80, 3mg
Aged for 4 weeks
Value 4 /5
Flavor Accuracy 4 /5
Cloud Production 4 /5
Throat Hit 3 /5

I'm not a usual user of tobacco flavors, but this one just smelled so unique that I had to try it.

Despite it being an 80/20 blend, this liquid is probably best utilized in smaller, more efficient set ups/sub ohm tanks.

I like to try flavors in a few different set ups if I find it's worthwhile. Tripoli really shines in smaller single coil applications. The saturated flavor I get through this type of set up is perfect for this savory and complex liquid.

When I tried to vape it on a hot dual coil series build, it ended up muted and really dry. Conversely, in a single coil Hadaly, it was delicious.

On the inhale, I get creaminess and nuttiness. The almond is subtle, and the creaminess really makes this a dessertier flavor than I anticipated. The spiciness adds extra depth and lingers on the tongue a bit on the exhale. I get cinnamon, allspice, maybe nutmeg? The tobacco flavor is definitely more aromatic and takes a back seat to everything. It mingles well with the fig and follows through on the exhale. It's definitely a darker fig flavor, and doesn't overwhelm anything. The almond flavor then lingers for a while, and I can see this pairing well with coffee or at the end of a big meal.

On hotter dual coil set ups, I just get some spice, slight medicine (likely the tobacco or fig) and almond nuttiness.

Again, this flavor definitely needs to be savored. I don't find myself vaping on this all day. It's certainly a treat and changed my perspective on tobacco eliquids.

Good stuff here.

Reviewed using: Hadaly w/ single NI80 fused clapton .35 ohms

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

Another banger by Cloud Chemist.

Booberry Cereal from the 80s/90s on point with this one. The graininess, the blueberry cereal, the sugary cereal milk aftertaste that lingers on the exhale; all masterfully executed here.

This juice tastes incredible on every type of setup: from a single coil flavor build, to a dual coil build with hot and dense vapor, this juice just shines.

For a cereal vape, it doesn't overstay its welcome like most others. On the inhale, the grainy blueberry cereal note is perfect. Shortly followed by a sugary milkiness that ties it all together. The blueberry note that accompanies every part of the inhale and exhale is blissful. As you finish the exhale, a sugary blueberry milk note lingers on your tongue and invites another puff. There's no overwhelming sweetness at any point, and nothing about this tastes overtly artificial. My only gripe: this liquid is just begging for a more prominent marshmallow note somewhere. Something that's reminiscent of those marshmallow bits in cereal that hurt your teeth as you chew them.

It runs surprisingly cleanly, and just creates the most velvety smooth clouds. I'm very impressed, and anticipate this liquid to be a regular part of my rotation.

Reviewed using: Hadaly RDA single fused clapton 2x26 g Ni80 w/ 40 g Ni80 wrap. 3.5 ID .35 ohms

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

This one fell flat for me.

I'm a huge fan of mentholated fruit juices in the summertime. Particularly juices with mixed berries.

With this juice, I only really get menthol and coconut. It wasn't really all that interesting, and just kind of annoyed me. Maybe this needed to be steeped, but I don't really care much for buying premade juice just to have it sit around so it can taste the way it's meant to in a few weeks. I waited over a week to try this out just because I had other stuff to vape in the meantime, and it was still just a coconut bomb with some WS23 coolant in it. Even in my flavor-focused build, I just couldn't get watermelon or berries to pop out.

I guess over time it might taste like it should, but it'd probably just be cheaper to buy the flavorings, make it myself, and then steep it on my own time/dime.

Reviewed using: Hadaly RDA single fused clapton 2x26 g Ni80 w/ 40 g Ni80 wrap. 3.5 ID .35 ohms

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

An overwhelmingly rich savory dessert flavor.

For the way that I like to vape, this liquid didn't quite impress me. I like dense, hot, flavorful builds on my RDAs for dessert/savory liquids. With Crispy Treats, I got a whole bunch of butter, followed by a strange, slightly chemically-tasting, grain note. I didn't get too much marshmallow. I understand that this is supposed to replicate more of a homemade rice crispies treat, and not the popular kids' treat wrapped in shiny blue plastic that I ate too many of in middle school. I didn't mind this liquid at first, but the constant intense butter was starting to make me a little woozy and overwhelmed my tastebuds. That strange chemical graininess would only hit me once in a while if my wicks were very saturated and, admittedly, ruined this liquid for me.

On the inhale, I get a pad of butter and a faint sweet creaminess (likely the marshmallow?). This is followed by an exhale of whipped butter and a whisp of grain. This whipped butter flavor then lingers on the tongue. Almost daring you to take another puff to see if your tastebuds have been fooled, and that you might have accidentally dripped popcorn butter into your RDA.

I didn't try this flavor in a sub-ohm tank. Maybe it's more balanced in something like that. It's a pretty flavorful liquid, and is likely formulated for setups with little flavor-production.

Country Clouds does the savory buttery, corn/dry rice, creamy thing a whole lot better with their Corn Bread Puddin'.

If HH were to rework the recipe so that it's a bit less flavored and is more subtle, they'd have an even bigger hit.

Reviewed using: Kennedy 25 mm w/ dual fused claptons 2x26g kanthall; 40g NI80 wrap 3.5 ID. .25 ohms. Wattage ranging from 90-115 W

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

I didn't see a listing for the Strawberry iteration of this liquid so, this is my impression of the Frosty Science (Strawberry).

I've had OG Frosty Science in passing in a friend's RDA here and there. That was some delicious stuff. Just like soggy frosted flakes cereal in sugary milk. (My favorite part of eating that cereal as a kid). I always felt that it needed a little something extra on the end to really kick it up a notch. Enter: Frosty Science (Strawberry).

This stuff is seriously intoxicating. I haven't been able to put it down. It smells incredible and tastes even better than it smells. This is definitely a liquid that shines at high wattages on some hot builds in an RDA.

On the inhale, delicious sugary milkiness shines through along with a bit of graininess from the cereal flakes. That graininess follows you through to the exhale where the strawberry notes in the milk start popping up. Mind you, I can't taste most strawberry flavorings in ejuice. In this juice, I can taste it a little bit, and only if I exhale solely through my nose. It's a subtle sweet tang that makes you want to take another puff. The sugary cereal steeped milk flavor lingers perfectly on the palate after the exhale, making this a great pairing with morning coffee or as dessert after a meal. I would say this is a better cereal milk base than Teleos and the infamous Sauce LA.

It's not the easiest on coils, though. And I can't fully taste the strawberry all the time, which is frustrating. The price is right on this one, too.

Most cereal vapes tend to be too cloyingly sweet, too milky, or just all over the place in terms of flavor profile. With Frosty Science, it can evolve with your wattage throughout the time you're vaping it. For a crunchier, dryer cereal vape, crank up the wattage. At lower wattage, it gets milkier and richer. All around great stuff here.

Heisenberry Crunch has a cult following among my coworkers. I've yet to try it but, after tasting the masterpiece that is Frosty Science, I'll likely be giving that a try soon.

Reviewed using: Kennedy 25 mm w/ dual fused claptons 2x26g kanthall; 40g NI80 wrap 3.5 ID. .25 ohms. Wattage ranging from 90-115 W

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Sweet
Rich
Spiced
Nic 3mg
Aged for 1 week
Value 3 /5
Flavor Accuracy 1 /5
Cloud Production 4 /5
Throat Hit 1 /5

This liquid smells a lot better than it tastes.

Just opening the box that the bottle comes in, you're blasted with the nostalgic scent of dunkaroos frosting and cinnamon toast crunch cereal. Pretty much any 90's kid's dream breakfast incarnate. Even while filling up my squonk bottle and prepping a fresh build for this review, my mouth was watering. I was expecting to start having a crazy Saturday morning cartoon commercial start playing all around me as I was getting ready to take my first vape... And then reality set in.

This juice tastes like a cinnamon sweet cloud of nothing. I get this overpowering (admittedly quite delicious) cinnamon cereal flavoring that is a very faithful re-creation of cinnamon toast crunch. Followed quickly by this bland custard blend that just tastes of depressing cheap vanilla air. I get better cinnamon and vanilla cream vibes from Cannoli be One. I just can't get that Dunkaroo frosting note to come out. I end up just getting an overwhelming wave of sucralose after the cinnamon that just washes everything away. Truly a bizarre experience. The flavor doesn't linger, but the smell of the liquid definitely does. RIP to one of my squonk bottles.

This is just another bland custard base (Kangaroo Kustard in this case) mixed with some cinnamon cereal flavoring. It's not particularly interesting, nuanced, or welcoming. I can't stop smelling this liquid, either. It's seeped its sickening scent into everything I used it on. I couldn't get it to taste as good as it smelled on any set up, wattage, airflow setting, etc.

There's nothing much else to say about this liquid. I wonder if the creators mixed it by smell and didn't bother to taste it. If you like straight up cinnamon flavors, you could do worse, I guess. I'm not sure what I expected out of a juice that's priced at about 10 cents/milliliter. The branding is also pretty egregious; just a straight up ripoff of the cinnamon toast crunch cereal box. I probably should've known better, but I like living on the edge.

Reviewed using: dual fused claptons at .2 ohms Aequitas RDA

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Rich
Creamy
Sweet
Nic 3mg
Aged for 1 week
Value 5 /5
Flavor Accuracy 5 /5
Cloud Production 5 /5
Throat Hit 2 /5

A very accurate cannoli flavor.

This liquid shines on a super hot series build with full airflow. I get mouthfuls of sweet, creamy vapor.

At lower wattage, on the inhale, I get more of the cannoli's shell. The cinnamon notes here are impeccable and very well balanced with the overall sweetness of the entire liquid. On the exhale, just velvety smooth cannoli filling. It's perfectly re-created here. The cinnamon lingers a bit at the very end of the exhale. A nice touch.

The chocolate chips in the cream filling are there, but quickly fade the more you vape on it.

This is a tremendously sweet liquid. I don't see myself vaping it for more than a few hours here and there during the day. Because of the overwhelming sweetness, a few of the deeper notes get a little muddied over time. That being said, this isn't a sucralose bomb at all.

The only thing keeping this from being a perfect 5 rating is the sweetness. I would've liked it a bit more if the cannoli shell flavor was more pronounced and stuck around throughout the exhale.

All around, this is an impressive liquid and the price is definitely justified.

Reviewed using: Aequitas w/ Aliens at .2 ohms

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Tobacco
Nutty
PG/VG, Nic 50/50, 6mg
Value 2 /5
Flavor Accuracy 4 /5
Cloud Production 2 /5
Throat Hit 4 /5

Not sure how I ended up getting a hold of some Tribeca, but it was in 6 MG and in their 50/50 vg/pg blend.

So, I decided to break out an old school setup to review this just for fun.

There's definitely a reason why this is probably the best selling tobacco eliquid in the history of tobacco eliquids. I think it's perfect for people trying to get off cigarettes. It has that slightly salty and nutty tobacco flavor, with a pretty thumping throat hit. It was a quite satisfying vape, and pairs very well with coffee.

I'd only assume the caramel and vanilla is masterfully blended and balanced in this, because I don't get much of those flavors. Then again, it could be my setup. I feel like if I had dripped this, my head would be spinning and my throat would be pretty irritated. I'm not used to high PG and higher nic eliquids, anymore. It's also pretty expensive for a liquid that has been in production for nearly a decade, but nobody even comes close to Tribeca. People keep buying it for the price they're selling it at, I can't be too mad at that.

They make a nic salt version of this which is pretty smooth. I'd probably pick that up with an AIO device for someone trying to quit smoking.

Reviewed using: Nautilus Mini w/ .7 ohm coil. Tesla WYE85w at 29 watts

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Fruity
Creamy
Sweet
Nic 24mg
Value 5 /5
Flavor Accuracy 5 /5
Cloud Production 2 /5
Throat Hit 4 /5

This is a review for the salt-nic version of this liquid.

In a world of sweet fruit-bomb and sub-par dessert salt-nic eliquids, Artemis is in a tier of its own.

Every flavor here works in perfect harmony to create an incredible vaping experience in my AIO every time I need a quick nic fix to just pull everything happening around me into perspective.

I used to relish the odd smoke break while doing something requiring tons of concentration. When I started using a hyper-portable AIO, I only meant to use it just to give me a quick rush of nicotine while I was out and about. This liquid completely changed my perspective on what salt nicotine liquids could be. Lots of companies just take their normal juice, thin it out a bit, and throw some salt nic in there. Or, they make a one-shot fruit or dessert flavor and throw some high MG salt-nic in it for a quick and easy buck. I know Artemis exists as a normal freebase liquid, but I applaud Elyisian for taking such a unique flavor profile and making it compatible for salt-nic oriented AIOs. While everyone is eating cheeseburgers, I'm cutting into a filet mignon.

Strawberry, lychee, creamy pear. It's perfect. Everything is balanced. Throughout my day, I like to just take a few extra puffs and allow myself to really delve deep down into this liquid. It's complex when you need it to be, if that makes sense. I'll pick out a few yummy fresh strawberry notes here and there, a little spike of lychee, or a delicious mouthful of creamy pears. It's constantly evolving every time I vape it. It's just a treat to have such an interesting liquid in an AIO like this. Like having a cell phone with a 4k resolution screen (or game boy pocket).

The throat-hit is exactly where it ought to be, it pairs well with beer, coffee, water, etc., and it's just straight-up satisfying.

This is truly the only salt-nic liquid that has impressed me, and the only one worth picking up if you're into interesting, fun, and unique flavor profiles. I'm looking forward to trying this one in its freebase nicotine formulation.

Reviewed using: Aspire Breeze 2 .6 and 1.2 ohm coils

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Sweet
Rich
Fruity
Nic 3mg
Aged for 1 week
Value 5 /5
Flavor Accuracy 5 /5
Cloud Production 5 /5
Throat Hit 1 /5

An uncanny, unique, and (admittedly) fun liquid to vape on.

I love pocky. Something about the sweet and salty just slays me. This liquid perfectly captures every nuance of a strawberry pocky stick.

From the yogurt-y, almost milky, strawberry frosting, to the biscuit-y part underneath it, it's all here in perfect harmony.

Vaping this at high wattage produces the silkiest of clouds. I'd even recommend this to anyone who's sick of the same old strawberry cream vapes that every company pumps out these days.

On the inhale: a rush of strawberry yogurt frosting. It evolves from plain strawberry cake icing, to yougurt-y goodness very quickly. Everything about this aspect is spot on. On the immediate exhale: there's a sharpness that's unmistakably "dairy" followed by a sweet and salty biscuit note. It doesn't linger for very long, but it's enough to balance out the sweet strawberry frosting. The strawberry yogurt frosting on the finish lingers at the very end of the exhale and just teases you to take another vape at it. Even the dryer hits of this liquid when i forget to drip are somehow delicious. I don't taste any obnoxious sucralose, and it's pretty gentle on coils which is always a plus from me.

This is a very special juice, for sure. It has a certain intensity to it, likely from the strong yogurt notes. I'm not sure I could vape this all day, but I love it as a little treat here and there in my RDA. Strawberry cream liquids always fall flat for me, but this one is so perfectly balanced and unique that it blows me away with every vape. Fu Man Brews really created something amazing with this.

Reviewed using: Aequitas w/ dual aliens at .2 ohms 80 watts

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Sweet
Rich
Creamy
PG/VG, Nic 20/80, 3mg
Aged for 1 month
Value 3 /5
Flavor Accuracy 5 /5
Cloud Production 5 /5
Throat Hit 2 /5

A pretty decent cereal vape in a world full of cereal vapes.

The bottle I bought at my local B&M was pretty steeped. The place turns into a greenhouse overnight in the summer so, I'm assuming this had an effect on the liquid.

It's velvety smooth, overall. There aren't any flavors that poke out and offend you. The inhale is where most of the magic happens with this. The lemony graininess of the fruity pebbles is sharp (relatively) and it's truly satisfying. The exhale is just cloudy, milky, sugary, and grainy cereal through and through. I'm happy it's 80/20 because I wanted a really creamy vape. Many cereal vapes just end up being cheap tasting lemon custards. This one actually has a bit of depth, and will definitely be something I'll reach for if I want a cereal milk flavor.

It does smell a bit of microwaved popcorn butter if I vape a ton of it in my room. I'm assuming it's diacetyl. I'm not afraid of vaping diacetyl. It honestly helps this liquid stand out from the crowd because of the buttery sweetness the milky flavor has at the very end as it lingers in your mouth: almost like eating fruity pebbles steeped in sweetened heavy cream. The steeping method the shop inadvertently imparts on its juice stock seems to have helped mellow out this liquid a bit.

This truly is a "breakfast vape", however. I don't see myself vaping this for more than a couple hours in the morning with coffee. It does a number on cotton and coils, and it tires out my tastebuds pretty quickly. No noticeable artificial sweetener, which will always get a plus from me.

Reviewed using: Aequitas RDA dual fused SS316 claptons at 80 watts. Airflow 1/4 closed off.

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

Another sweetener bomb from Freeman.

I really wanted to like this liquid. The flavor description was right up my alley and the price was right.

When I first opened the bottle, I noticed a faint alcohol scent and the liquid itself was very thin. Almost like water. I decided to let it steep for a week just to see what would happen.

No noticeable changes occurred and the alcohol smell was still present. I filled up my Serpent SMM with it and gave it a try. All I tasted was that popular sweet n low sweetener flavor and an alcoholic "kiwi". Followed shortly after by a banana runts note. It was legitimately causing me physical pain to vape and I got nauseous very quickly. I vape 3mg all day long so this was concerning.

I decided I was probably having an adverse reaction to something in the liquid and decided to chuck the bottle in the garbage. Good stuff ain't cheap and cheap stuff ain't good, I guess.

Reviewed using: Serpent SMM SS316 single fused clapton at 55 watts.

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

A deliciously unique and fun vape for the summer.

I haven't had the regular Killer Kustard, but this lemon custard flavor is impressive.

On the inhale, you immediately taste a very natural and tangy lemon zest. It's mouth watering, refreshing, and well balanced with the very sweet vanilla custard flavor on the exhale. The regular custard flavor on the finish isn't very impressive or uncommon, but it pairs well with the lemon flavor; especially the slight egginess of the vanilla custard as it lingers on the tongue just as you finish exhaling. It gives the flavor profile a roller-coaster effect and makes you wanna vape on it again and again.

I was concerned that it would end up tasting like a cereal milk flavor, but the lemon flavoring is a unique one and the vanilla custard is perfectly balanced. I used to love lemon cream filled donuts as a kid, and this flavor is very reminiscent of that. I was also worried that it would taste very strongly of artificial sweetener. Most vanilla custards these days have an intense aspartame/diet flavor twinge to them which tends to make me nauseous. While this is a very sweet juice, after a few MLs with Killer Kustard Lemon I wasn't getting much of that sweetener flavor so good job on balancing it out.

In a market chock full of underwhelming and bland custard flavors (everyone has a strawberry custard/cream and a regular vanilla custard flavor), this one is a welcome respite. I hope more companies start dabbling in lemon custards.

Reviewed using: Nudge RDA dual alien claptons .19 ohms

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Fruity
Sweet
PG/VG, Nic 50/50, 25mg
Value 2 /5
Flavor Accuracy 4 /5
Cloud Production 2 /5
Throat Hit 5 /5

This is a delicious and satisfyingly simple juice for smaller hyper-portable devices.

The blue raspberry flavor is a spot-on re-creation of a lollipop or hard candy. It's not overly syrupy sweet, nor is it underwhelmingly light in intensity. It's a very well-balanced blue raspberry with some decent tartness so it's suitable for all day vaping.

I didn't get much of the "non-menthol cooling effect" that I was expecting with this juice, but I don't need it. The throat hit is gratifying, but this varies depending on what device you use this with. It's perfect for killing those intense cravings during stressful times.

Level Up knocks it out of the park with their simpler nicotine salt flavors, and blue raspberry doesn't disappoint.

Reviewed using: Aspire Breeze w/ .5 ohm coil

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

Like their jelly donut liquid that I've reviewed previously, I just didn't get much of anything out of this juice.

After steeping for about a week, I was expecting to see this evolve past the generic creamy scent that came off of this when I opened the bottle to smell it. It reminded me of the scent from the jelly donut liquid I had had before and I became skeptical. A week later, I decided to try this out in a fresh build.

My first hour with this juice was a struggle. On the immediate inhale, I get some kind of creamy cake flavor. Possibly the "bread pudding" element and the vanilla cream. Unfortunately, I didn't get much else in terms of distinguishable flavors. There's this odd lingering cinnamon sugary flavor that pops up, but it's fleeting. It gets quickly overtaken by a revolting yeast-y cake flavor that was also present in the jelly donut liquid. I also got none of the dark rum flavor and I'm hesitant to call this a bread pudding flavored e-liquid.

I'm a little disappointed because the other reviewers on here seemed to have had a more satisfying experience with this liquid. I'm confused as to why the site claims no steeping is needed for this liquid. It tastes incomplete and purely artificial, and would probably taste more accurate with significantly more steeping. I may revisit this after considerable steeping, at which point I'll edit my review if I find it improves.

Reviewed using: Nudge RDA dual alien coils @ .2 ohms. Choked down airflow.

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

It's a relatively simple vanilla creamy vape. I get two or three different vanilla flavors: the vanilla bean flavor that has a dark/almost nutty character to it, your generic vanilla cream, then maybe a vanilla/french vanilla ice cream to round it out.

This juice is cloyingly sweet; almost unnecessarily so considering we're mostly all using higher powered devices with multiple coils pushing out big amounts of vapor where more subtle and nuanced flavors tend to shine. I generally enjoy the deeper more savory vanilla flavors that have a dimension of butterscotch or caramel to help keep things interesting. I can see this being a decent dessert vape after an intense meal, or to help quell any excessive sweet-tooth tendencies you might have during the day.

My coils tend to turn completely black and covered in sweetener after about half a day of vaping this liquid, which is kind of inexcusable and a little annoying.

Vanilla flavors don't always have to be so sweet, and the fake sweetener flavor gets overwhelming after a while. It's a little disappointing because this could be a decent tasting liquid at its price point without the extra sweetener.

For the price point, you can do a lot worse, and it tastes pretty good on a fresh setup.

Reviewed using: dual aliens in a nudge RDA .2 ohms

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

A truly unique e juice that takes the best parts of Lenola Cream, and brings them to new heights.

I've been vaping this flavor off and on for a few months, and I can't seem to get sick of it. Even when I leave my dripper on the nightstand at night, I find myself enticed by the smell of the e liquid. That's usually a huge determining factor over whether or not I truly LOVE a juice or not. It just has this comforting room note as the vapor lingers that's unlike anything I've tried before.

It doesn't have as much intense spice as regular LC. I understand it's just regular LC's base mixed with some strawberry flavorings, but there's an incredible creaminess that this has over LC. It's almost like a strawberry milk LC. I was unsure if I would enjoy this when I bought it because I can't taste strawberry flavoring in a lot of juices, but I can certainly taste it in this.

As usual with Kite in Cloud stuff, the exact flavorings are always difficult to pinpoint since they're so masterfully blended and balanced. The only way I can really describe it is, if you take a bit of plain pie crust that isn't too overly spiced, and then you take a swig of strawberry Nesquik.

It's great in the morning with some coffee, or in the evening after a meal.

The only thing preventing this from being a full 5/5 is the price. I understand it's premium stuff, and it's one of the most unique-tasting liquids out there, but $22 for a 60 mL is a bit much considering it's a 70/30 juice in plastic bottles. Luckily, they frequently have sales.

Reviewed using: Drag @ 70-80 watts, Nudge RDA dual aliens .2 Ohms

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

Truly one of the most unique ejuices ever. Its legendary status is well deserved.

If jazz were a flavor profile, it'd probably taste like Lenola Cream.

On a cold inhale, before the coils really warm up, I get a pie crust. Kind of graham cracker-y but mostly floury. It's lightly spiced. This is followed by an insane blend of fruit. Berries, fresh banana, possibly apples. This is followed up by a rich creaminess. Nothing special but helps round and mellow things out. And it's continually evolving. Sometimes it's fruity, other times it's pie crust-forward, then darkly creamy. It almost tastes like the color "umber", if that makes any sense to anyone.

This is a relaxing juice. It pairs well with coffee, where most ejuices don't to my tastebuds. I definitely see this as more of a juice for contemplative/down times. it's pretty complex and I don't see myself vaping on this all day everyday.

I wish it had a bit more VG in the ratio. It could do with some more density since the throat hit is so light and almost non-existent as it is. I had previously bought this juice in a 6 mg, and found it too harsh to vape on long enough to make a review. At 3 MG, it lends itself to chain vaping pretty well. Especially since it keeps changing with every inhale, it seems.

Reviewed using: Nudge 24mm RDA dual alien claptons .13ohms choked down airflow

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

Strawberry banana is my favorite flavor, and the only one I seem to never tire of. I've tried dozens of strawnana liquids, and only 2 or 3 of them have ever really truly impressed me. Peccavi is one of those.

It's one of the freshest tasting juices I've ever had. The strawberry flavor is on-the-nose. It's a ripe, juicy, not too syrupy sweet, realistic strawberry. It's the first flavor you get when you inhale. Followed shortly thereafter by a creamy, crisp, and uncommonly unprocessed banana flavor. Most strawnana liquids use a banana runts type candy banana flavoring. The banana in Peccavi, however, tastes almost garden-fresh. Finally, there's a rush of tropicality that wraps up the flavor of this liquid nicely. I'm not sure if it's quince, passion fruit, pineapple, or dragonfruit. But there's this ever so slight burst of "humid rainforest fruits" that help carry this liquid to the next level for me.

I only tried this liquid in my Serpent SMM. I'm confident in the build that I have in it to give me great flavor. I'm sure it's just as good, if not better, on a flavor build in an RDA.

The freshness, realness, and deliciousness of this juice definitely puts it in the highest tier of liquids for me. You can just tell when something was crafted, not just pumped out of some facility, by someone who "gets" it: simple flavors with enough complexity to stand out from the crowd, good quality ingredients, great customer service, and a knack for doing the right thing.

The throat-hit is very mild, it's relatively easy on my coils and cotton, and I honestly can't put it down.

Definitely in my top 5 juices for this year.

Reviewed using: Smoant Charon at 50 watts, Serpent SMM w/ single alien clapton @ .3 ohms.

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

I’m a pretty big fan of candy liquids. That being said, I’ve previously had an experience with a pixie powder candy flavor before that almost ruined the flavor profile for me completely. Until I tried Blue Pixie, I had completely lost faith in being able to find a palatable pixie stick powder flavor. The fact that it’s a blue raspberry pixie flavor is a definite plus in my book.

This one isn’t as complex as Bird’s other juices. It doesn’t need to be. It’s a very delicious re-creation of the flavor. On the inhale, there's a gentle mouthfeel of tart and sweet pixie powder. It plays nicely on the tongue and feels kind of tingly, as if you’re eating the real thing. On the exhale, there’s a glorious blue raspberry syrupy/candy flavor on the back of the tongue. It’s a very smooth, tart and well-balanced vape, overall. Bird really nails the blue raspberry flavor in this.

The flavor intensity is on point with this one, as well. It isn’t nauseatingly sweet or tart. I found myself vaping it for hours on end and never fatiguing of it. This juice definitely nails the flavor in an eerie way and it’s admittedly pretty fun to vape. It does really cool things to replicate the mouthfeel of actual pixie powder.

It burns amazingly clean, has addicting flavor, and really scratches that candy powder itch for me.

Reviewed using: Serpent SMM single staple coil, .3 ohms.

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