I won a contest from Adirondack, but I have already tried the main flavors from Adirondack that I really wanted to try. They have some other interesting flavors, however, when I saw they carried 2OHM6's line I was intrigued. I had heard about 2OHM6 since I began vaping, and Kheer and Quey had been on my radar from the start. One day I'll pick up a bottle of Kheer, but I decided to go with Quey this time around. At first I was turned off by the cooling aspect of it as I'm not big on cooler vapes... there are some cool juices I like, but they are not what I usually reach for, which is one reason why I'm so impressed with Quey.
Quey is a delicious mix of vanilla, caramel, nuts, herbs, and lime zest. The cooling has a different type of kick than most of the cooler juices out there. The mixing of the vanilla, herbs, and koolada--or perhaps as others have suggested anise, likely a combination of both--turn out a very smooth naturally cool juice to vape. It's really a refreshing combination. The cooling and herbs hit you immediately on the inhale and intensify a bit on the exhale. It's neither overly cool, but I wouldn't call the cooling subtle either. It's sort of right in the middle. At the end of the inhale, you're hit by the thick, rich vanilla ice cream with hefty dose of lime zest adding a pleasing citrus kick. On the exhale the nuts--perhaps almond--and one of the better caramels I've tried smack the taste buds and mix together wonderfully with the vanilla cream, lime zest, and herbs. Quey is an incredibly complex juice and is not like any other juice I've tried before. It has a little bit of everything--from cool, to earthiness, to savory, to citrus, to a touch of sweetness--and honestly has to be tried to understand.
Reviewed using: Lavabox M + Digiflavor Siren GTA, 26/32g clapton, ~.55ohm, ~23w