I had to wrestle with this juice for a while in order to finally write a review for it. It's unlike any other juice I've tried in that it's a very simple vape, but then it's also a very complex vape. I hope that makes sense. I tested this in a Magma clone and a Kayfun Black Edition clone, had the same results in both.
Flavor: The two most obvious flavors I get are caramel and creamy condensed milk. At times the two flavors are distinct and seperable, but other times they blend together and create a single flavor similar to a caramel/vanilla milkshake. BUT, behind those two flavors hides something I can't put my finger on. I assume it's from the whiskey barrel it was aged in because it tastes ever so slightly woody or earthy, but it's so miniscule that it's not worth classifying it as that type of vape.
That said, I think the flavor goes back and forth between being just OK and being good depending on how those two original flavors interact with each other.
Throat Hit: Barely noticable.
Vapor: Boy, this juice surprised me. I chucked more vapor with Cloud Walker than I have with any other juice I've ever tried, and that's with every tank I used. It doesn't say on the bottle but I believe I have a 70/30 PG/VG ratio, my normal juice setup. Very impressed with that.
Overall: I think this is a decent juice. The flavor was mostly just ok, the throat hit was disappointing, but the vapor production was the best I've ever seen. It's an interesting flavor and I think I can see what Vapor Salon was trying to do, but I don't think they quite hit the mark.