The backstory of this juice is kind of a mystery to me, even after doing a little research. It looks like it was originally part of a line or company called "Cloud Chasers Inc." that then became part of "Cloudy Collaborations" after the creator teamed up with another person to create their website and brand. I know a few of their juices have been renamed in the past, so this may have been one of them, but the website offers no indication on whether or not that happened with this specific juice as far as I'm aware. It also doesn't appear on the website under the "Cloud Chasers Inc." line, but rather as kind of its own thing, which I find confusing.
Anyways, on to the review. I purchased this juice from a local B&M a few months back. My bottle says the juice was created on 2 December 2015 so we're looking at a good five months now. That being said, I didn't open the juice until some time in late February, so I'll just say I have steeped it somewhere around two months now. Fresh out of the wrapping, I was very delighted with how this juice tasted. The inhale and exhale don't differ all that much for me, as I get that consistent sweet yet tangy strawberry yogurt taste. It strikes me as almost a Greek yogurt, although there is none of the bitterness battling with tangyness like in a regular Greek yogurt - just sweet tangyness. Perhaps the exhale mellows out the tangyness just a bit in order to bring out the sweetness of the yogurt itself, but other than that the inhale and exhale are pretty identical. After letting it steep for roughly two months, I was greeted by much of the same as when it was fresh, albeit a slightly more muted tangyness, which I honestly think does this juice some good. I found myself getting a little tired of the tangyness after four or five tanks early on, but with the new-found smoothness I think I'd consider it an all day vape for me. All around a solid juice that does its job and does it well. I'll probably be getting another bottle once I run through what's left of my current one.
The only other note I can think of is the PG/VG ratio. I can't find any concrete numbers anywhere as there is no ratio listed on the bottle and the website only totes "This is a max VG juice!" If I had to make an educated guess, I'd put it somewhere around 80/20 VG/PG which works well for cloud production which suites cloud chasers well and mellows out the tangyness just enough so that you can feel it but at the same time it's not overpowering, which is great for a flavor chaser like me.
TL;DR - An illusive but awesome tasting juice that ages like fine wine. Will definitely consider getting another bottle.
Reviewed using: Vaporesso Target VTC 75w kit w/ .9ohm Kanthal cCell coils @ 33.5w