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

I didn't know I needed this juice in my life until I tried it.

This is a frighteningly accurate carrot cake flavor. The cake itself is the most prominent flavor in this juice. It's a spiced, moist, and true-to-life carrot cake flavor. Everything that went into creating the cake flavor is perfectly balanced. There's cinnamon, a bit of nutmeg, and maybe even some allspice. I get some nuttiness in the cake flavor, as well. It's either a pecan or walnut that just helps take the cake flavor over the top in terms of deliciousness. The spiciness of the cake is even more intense at higher wattage, and the cream cheese frosting takes a bit of a back seat. The frosting is definitely still there, however, and it creates this sweet and creamy layer that surrounds the cake as it lingers on the palate.

The frosting is an exquisite rendition of a cream cheese vanilla frosting. The creaminess of this vape shines on lower wattages. It's spot-on. The cream cheese frosting is rounded out nicely with a vanilla flavor that helps prevent the cream cheese frosting from being overwhelmingly sweet. I even taste a bit of powdery sugar in the frosting at times. It's truly delicious and more complex than one would expect.

This juice is unique and pleasantly surprises people when they try it. It's an ever-evolving flavor. I taste a different spice note or something new in the frosting every time I taste it.

The produces massive and scrumptious clouds, the throat hit is creamy, and the flavor delivery is exactly where it needs to be.

Reviewed using: Smoant Charon, Dead Rabbit RDA @ various airflow settings, Dual Alien Claptons @.2 Ω, 67W and 80W.

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

I’ve admittedly never eaten mochi ice cream, but I know the elements that go into making it.

Up front is a fresh almost syrupy peach. Similar to a peach ring gummy. Followed by a deliciously fresh cream that tastes like vanilla soft serve. The cream isn't overpoweringly sweet and serves as a perfect compliment to the ripe peach flavor. Very reminiscent of a peach soft serve ice cream. This is all wrapped up in a mild rice finish at the peak of the inhale that’s carried out during the exhale. The peach on the exhale lingers on the palate nicely.

There is a lot going on here. I like to try juices at different wattages and airflow settings to try and pick out some of the nuances in the flavors.

At high wattage, it becomes peach dominant to me. The exhale becomes a bit fruitier with a nice soft serve ice cream, followed by a rice dough finish (mochi). At this setting with a restricted airflow, it starts to taste more like a peach soft serve ice cream with a doughy kind of mouthfeel that, I assume, is reminiscent of eating real mochi ice cream. It's rich but not overwhelming.

At lower wattage, the peach becomes a little more subtle and the ice cream becomes more prominent. The mochi flavor also intensifies slightly and becomes more present in the exhale. For me, at this setting with a restricted airflow, is where this juice shines. The flavors are at their most balanced. You lose a little of that mochi mouthfeel, but the lingering aftertaste is impressively delicious.

Depending on what you're looking for, you can dial in the wattage and the airflow to bring out different elements of this juice. I'd recommend it to anyone looking for a great peach ice cream/peaches and cream e-juice because the mochi is a little understated.

The mouthfeel is ever so slightly tingly on the tongue and then velvety smooth on the exhale. Cloud production is great and the throat hit is soft. The flavor delivery isn’t very intense, but it doesn’t need to be because the flavors are so finely tuned to play off of each other. This is a very clean juice and it doesn't gunk up my coils or my cotton.

This is another great balance of fruit and cream from Bird, and another uniquely crafted flavor that’s unlike anything else out there that I've tried.

Reviewed using: Smoant Charon, Dead Rabbit RDA @ various airflow settings, Dual Alien Claptons @.2 Ω, 67W and 80W.

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Sweet
Fruity
PG/VG, Nic 40/60, 3mg
Aged for 1 week
Value 1 /5
Flavor Accuracy 2 /5
Cloud Production 3 /5
Throat Hit 4 /5

Feeling underwhelmed by this juice.

It's a thinner juice than I would normally vape. Likely something closer to 60 or 70 PG. I had to take great care to not flood my RTA which is a rare occurrence.

As a result, the vape I get isn't a very dense one and it's a little harsher than I'd like due to the high PG ratio.

The watermelon flavor isn't very candy-like and I don't get any sour notes at all. The watermelon flavor is more of a mild kind of melon with a suggestion of watermelon at the tail end of the exhale. There's a faint hint of "gummy" mid-way through the exhale that fades away quickly. The exhale is sickeningly sweet. Artificial sweetener for sure.

At higher wattage with restricted airflow, I get a hotter version of the same faint natural watermelon. But the flavor fades very quickly as the sweetener comes in and it actually ends up cleansing my palate. No lingering aftertaste.

At lower wattage with a very restricted airflow, I get a cooler wetter vape that tastes a bit like candy watermelon, but it's quickly overtaken by the loads of sweetener in the juice. Again, not much gummy flavor and no sour.

I was expecting a nice thick cloud of sour gummy goodness. What I got was a harsh whispy melon that's packed with sweetener and without any sourness or tartness. I also got a wicked nicotine buzz after a quarter tank of this liquid. I'm not sure if it's due to an imbalance of the nicotine in the juice, or the PG/VG ratio being not what I'm accustomed to.

Perhaps it performs better in low wattage devices with not a lot of wicking material in the tank.

Reviewed using: Kylin RTA various airflow settings, Dual Alien Claptons @.19 Ω, 65W and 72W.

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

Another flavor-quest from Bird.

This is a savory flavor with a subtle rush of sweet raspberry jam. There’s a nuttiness from the sesame that’s reminiscent of amarguinha (a Portuguese almond liqueur), a fried dough element that’s on the mellow side, and a succulent raspberry filling. All of the elements in this liquid play off of each other wonderfully. This juice has a subtly to it, and definitely tastes best in a flavor-focused build in an RDA or an RDTA.

At high wattage, the fried dough flavor becomes more prominent on the inhale. It’s a flaky pastry dough that isn’t overly fried or oily like a lot of “fried dough” liquids. The earthy nuttiness of the sesame seeds becomes less sweet and the raspberry jam starts to taste more tart and less syrupy. There’s also an understated sweet dryness that creeps up at times when vaping this liquid: possibly powdered sugar.

At lower wattage, things start to calm down a bit and sweet nuttiness takes a back seat to raspberry jam. The flavors themselves are very realistic in an eerily familiar way. I’ve definitely tasted all of the elements in this juice before, but never in this combination.

Overall, this is an enticing liquid, and it’s a compelling experiment from Bird. I can see it becoming an ADV for people who love dessert vapes with savory and fruity/jammy elements to them. It’s not an overly intense experience, which is welcome considering most dessert vapes tend to be flavor bombs loaded with sweetener and flavorings. Bird perfectly nails the balance of nuttiness, doughiness, and syrupy goodness with Sesame Balls.

The cloud production on this is perfect, the throat hit is velvety, and the flavor delivery is exactly where it needs to be for a complex and unique flavor profile such as this.

The juice isn’t gunky at all and runs very clean on all of my set ups, as is the case for all of the Bird liquids I’ve tried.

Reviewed using: Smoant Charon, Dead Rabbit RDA @ various airflow settings, Dual Alien Claptons @.2 Ω, 67W and 80W.

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Creamy
Sweet
Nic 3mg
Value 3 /5
Flavor Accuracy 2 /5
Cloud Production 4 /5
Throat Hit 3 /5

Not so sure about this flavor.

All I could taste was the cream aspect without any of that orange tang to liven it up.

As a regular creamy custard type vape, it was average. However, at least with the bottle I got, this definitely isn't an accurate orange creamsicle.

Maybe it was steeped for too long or not long enough? I vaped it fresh. I don't really see how an orange flavor, over time, could poke out of the heavy vanilla cream that was in there at the forefront.

Giving this 2 stars because it killed the craving I was having for vanilla custard at the time.

Reviewed using: Tsunami RDA two claptons .5 ohms

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Sweet
Rich
Creamy
Nic 3mg
Value 5 /5
Flavor Accuracy 5 /5
Cloud Production 5 /5
Throat Hit 3 /5

Impressively accurate recreation of a boston cream doughnut.

The inhale is a perfect chocolate frosting. Not too sweet and not too bitter. Just well balanced.

Followed shortly by, again, a perfect bavarian cream. Not that nasty artificial stuff they throw in custards to give it egginess.

Then finished off with a delicious, but not overdone, doughnut.

It's expertly balanced, not very intense (which is welcomed), and constantly evolving. Sometimes you get a bit more filling, other times the bavarian cream is sharper than others.

I never got tired of this flavor and I wish more desert/doughnut style liquids were as well balanced and realistic as this one.

Reviewed using: IJOY Limitless RDTA dual claptons .5 ohms

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Sweet
Nic 3mg
Value 1 /5
Flavor Accuracy 1 /5
Cloud Production 1 /5
Throat Hit 1 /5

Impressively tasteless and disgusting.

I dripped this stuff onto my coils, and all I got was faint Mountain Dew lemon lime and nothing else.

After a few drags, all I got was alcohol. And then it continued.

I'm not sure how this flavor got put into production, if we're all just buying expired stuff, or what.

Very baffling experience and I feel ripped off.

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Sweet
Creamy
Nic 3mg
Value 2 /5
Flavor Accuracy 3 /5
Cloud Production 4 /5
Throat Hit 2 /5

This juice is more sherbet than anything else. And it's an unimpressive sherbet flavor at that.

It's a pretty bland and generic sherbet flavor that finishes on the palette almost immediately. It's a very dry flavor with not much orange in it at all.

If I kept vaping it, I'd eventually get an orange tang on the very tail end of the exhale. However, the lemony aspect of the sherbet swallowed it up shortly thereafter.

And if this is supposed to mimic and orange sherbet smoothie, than things just get even worse for this liquid. Considering there's no discernible creaminess to this.

Reviewed using: Tsunami RDA w/ dual claptons .5 ohms

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Sweet
Spiced
Nic 3mg
Value 2 /5
Flavor Accuracy 1 /5
Cloud Production 4 /5
Throat Hit 2 /5

I love Grand Marinier. Straight up, on the rocks, mixed with passion fruit liqueur; it's one of my favorite flavor profiles in the world.

Milo gets close but falls several steps short of recreating that boozy orange cognac flavor for me.

I didn't get much banana in this. And the nuttiness feels chucked in there.

This tastes more like Cointreau with a slight hazelnut twist. The orange is very artificial and doesn't lend itself well to being blended with whatever else is in this liquid.

Reviewed using: Tsunami RDA w/ dual claptons .5 ohms

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Cool
Rich
Nic 3mg
Value 1 /5
Flavor Accuracy 1 /5
Cloud Production 4 /5
Throat Hit 4 /5

This is a swing and a miss for me.

I've vaped tons of Bowden's Mate which is probably the best example of this flavor profile.

Where Cloud Provisions goes wrong with this liquid is in the chocolate flavor. It tastes profoundly chalky, and it's just not the right kind of sweetness. Where Bowden's Mate is refined and realistic, Caleb is rough, overly mentholated, and artificial.

The menthol in this doesn't have that Andes' Mints sweetness that it needs. It's more of a Newport cigarette menthol.

I didn't taste any tobacco in this. Even if I did, I'm sure it would've disappointed.

It's a budget juice and I understand that. But it's no excuse to make subpar liquid.

Reviewed using: Tsunami RDA dual claptons .5 ohms

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Spiced
Nutty
Nic 3mg
Aged for 1 month
Value 4 /5
Flavor Accuracy 3 /5
Cloud Production 5 /5
Throat Hit 3 /5

One of the first juices that truly wowed me with its complexity and accuracy when I first had it 4 years or so ago.

Now, this juice has become else. The same heavy spice and graham cracker flavor is still in here. However, I'm not sure if it's the move to nicotine salts or something different in the formulation, but this juice has a strange off-ness to it.

It's still intensely flavorful and dense with its complexity. But I get a weird nail polish-y flavor on the exhale now. Maybe it's the sugar cookie? Maybe it's the nicotine salts reacting strangely with my cotton/coils?

It also has an almost "diet" twinge to it now. As if it's coated in Splenda. I'm definitely willing to try a new batch of this because it's one of my favorites.

Reviewed using: dead rabbit RDA fused alien claptons .2 ohms

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Sweet
Rich
Creamy
Nic 3mg
Aged for 1 week
Value 2 /5
Flavor Accuracy 2 /5
Cloud Production 4 /5
Throat Hit 3 /5

Unfortunately this juice just isn't a realistic crème brûlée flavor.

I don't taste any of the caramelized sugar that tops the creme filling itself. The custard filling isn't eggy like it is in most good crème brûlées.

I'm giving this a 2 star rating because, as a standalone vanilla custard, it's slightly above average. It's creamy, decadent, and smooth. But not eggy. I so badly wanted this to have that delicious caramelized sugar flavor to set it apart from the millions of vanilla custard out there.

This definitely should not be marketed as a crème brûlée flavor.

Another disappointment considering the price.

Reviewed using: Dead Rabbit RDA fused alien claptons .2 ohms

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