I love a good coffee-based vape. This, sadly, isn't one. The initial inhale did bring back memories from years ago, before I owned a Keurig, when a pot of coffee would sit on the burner all morning long. A lazy Saturday would sometimes require the power switch to be cycled one or even twice to keep the coffee warm until the pot was gone. That last cup, burnt and strong to the point where no amount of sugar or cream could tame it, was still a little better than the "coffee" flavor expressed in NicVape's Cappuccino. If this doesn't convince you to order a liter of it, the exhale is where it really shines. Now imagine back to your days of analogs, that one night when you filled an ashtray and it was brimming with butts and a layer of tar in the bottom made the last of the ashes stay in the tray when you tried to empty it, you look around and find some old, burnt coffee left in the bottom of your pot and you grab it to swirl around the ashtray to get the last bit of tar and ashes out of it. If you ever wondered what it would be like to inhale the contents of your coffee and ash filled dish, then NicVape's Cappuccino is for you.