I first tried this fresh out the mailbox upon delivery and I admit, I was quick to dismiss this one as another generic sweet juice that really had no defining tastes to it. Now that I let it sit and breathe a few days, it's something completely new.
The description is a creme brulee type flavor and I'm totally getting that. It's creamy and custardy and super savory. The smell of the actual juice is nice, with caramel dominating the senses. I'm getting a good amount of vanilla bean and a great deal of sweetness up front on the inhale. I didn't notice this when I first tried it, but the exhale is a buttery and savory flavor that sort of lingers. If there was one thing I wish I got more of, it would be burnt sugar taste on top of the creme brulee.
Throat hit was pretty minimal on this juice, compared to The Cake Is A Lie, but no complaints about the vapor.
I was really delighted with this juice and the flavor that comes off of it. The first thing that struck me about the juice was the smell of the juice before it gets vaporized. I'm not sure how to describe it, but it's very intense, reminiscent of a hot spiced apple cider with a hint of rum or something. Honestly, I wish I could make my car smell like this.
The inhale is sweet and the apple is definitely in your face. It's much more of an apple pie filling than a fresh apple, complete with a little bit of cinnamon and a very nice caramel note to it. Usually caramel in juices taste a bit dirty to me if that makes sense, but this was super buttery like a Werther's candy. The cinnamon, caramel, apple pie filling flavor is pretty consistent as I vape. Sometimes I'll get a taste of whip cream which I assume is the vanilla ice cream. I don't get much waffle, but I don't think it takes away from the juice at all.
Throat hit was pretty much on par at 3mg. All in all, total recommendation.
I'll be honest, I have not in 3 years of vaping found a chocolate vape to be so amazing that I would recommend it to others. Unfortunately, Mauna Kea by Adirondack is the same for me. Strangely I still kept going back to the bottle and ended up finishing it.
I could definitely taste chocolate, and if I threw it in a tank I could sort of make out the strawberry that was supposed to be there. The part I disliked the most was the mint. I assumed it would be a peppermint flavor. Instead, it was more of a spearmint flavor that completely overpowered the rest of the flavor profiles completely. If it had been toned down a bit, or changed to more of a peppermint flavor, this juice would be an instant win. The smell right out of the bottle is fanfuckingtastic though.
Also, no cool green square bottle.
First of all, LOVELY bottle. Very few juices come in bottles so unique as Adirondack's.
Secondly, I really tried to be patient and let this juice steep, but between Saratoga and a few other juices from their line, I demolished the 30 ml in about a week and a half. The flavor is delicious, with the graham cracker coming through. It was definitely more of a "dry" unsweetened graham cracker flavor for me, rather than a graham cracker pie crust or some other sweet variety. I do wish there was a little more strawberry, but then again I only let the flavors meld for about a week before I tried it.
Good stuff, would definitely try again.