Voodoo. At first that's the only answer I could come up with... but then I started thinking of molecular gastronomy, and realized that's extremely analogous.
Juice manufacturers are 'molecular aromatists' - As pretentious as that is, I think it's apt. And if you are still with me, I think that TVK has proven to me that they are worthy of being considered one of the best at what they do.
Let's talk about 'complexity' for a moment... Many people are claiming that this is one-dimensional, or that it's too simple. I disagree. Pre-fab pear flavor tastes flat. This does not.
There are few things more complex than a pear. The tough, woody skin, the pulpy flesh, the acidic yet sweet juice... quite a complex thing for your palate to take in all at once. All of these are present here, and extremely accurate.
This juice mimics that better than any other vaporized liquid I've ever tried.
To me, the smell from the bottle comes off as extremely alcoholic - but none of that comes through in the vape. For the first 3-5 drags, I get a slight aftertaste of anise, but that then goes away completely, and I'm left with the most realistic pear I've ever tried.
It tastes like a pear. Is that too simple? I don't think so. I think that there is something to be said about perfection in simplicity, and it's a complex art to do that in any medium. There are thousands of chefs around the globe who agree with me.
Go order an expensive plate of scrambled eggs at a fine restaurant, and tell me it's not better and more 'complex' than IHOP.
This is the most pretentious review I have written, or ever will write. This juice made me do that.
Happily vaped in a dual-coil dripper @ 30w.