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Sweet
Fruity
PG/VG, Nic 25/75, 3mg
Aged for 3 months
Value 4 /5
Flavor Accuracy 4 /5
Cloud Production 4 /5
Throat Hit 2 /5

The Balance is a straightforward blue raspberry candy flavor that really does do a good job of balancing sweet and sour. It’s not super sweet for a candy vape and I think that really allows some of the sour notes to shine through. It’s not a complicated juice by any means but it does a good job replicating the popular candy flavor. It’s mainly comprised of a blue razz flavor that undulates from sweet to sour. There is a touch of lemon that is mixed in as well. The overall flavor intensity is a step above medium. The inhale is straight blue raspberry that starts off sour and turns sweet on the backend. The exhale starts sweet and then picks up a bit of a lemon flavor in the background that lends a little sour tang midway through to the finish. I’m left with a lingering sweet and sour blue razz candy taste.

Overall, The Balance gives a solid blue razz candy experience. I find its strength really is in the balance it has between the sweet and sour notes. I’m not that into candy flavors, but I found this to be rather smooth and enjoyable enough. I did find that this juice seemed to fair best at slightly lower temperatures/wattages. It seemed to lose some of it sourness at higher temps and became more or less just a sweet blue raspberry. It also seems to be pretty gentle on wicks and coils which is always a plus. I don’t know if I’d personally reorder this since it’s outside my preferred flavor profiles. But if you’re looking for a good budget blue razz juice, The Balance would be worth checking out.

Reviewed using: Modefined Sirius/Serpent Mini, fused clapton 2x28AWG SS316L/36AWG SS316L, 8 wraps 3.5mm ID, .55ohms, 435F @ 38W

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Fruity
Sweet
Creamy
PG/VG, Nic 25/75, 3mg
Value 4 /5
Flavor Accuracy 3 /5
Cloud Production 4 /5
Throat Hit 2 /5

Dragonfruit, Strawberry & Cream’s flavor is pretty self explanatory, the name says it all. I’m a fan of creamy dragonfruit flavors and this juice takes a decent stab at the profile. The dragonfruit has a nice tartness to it which is softened up a bit by the cream. The creaminess is on the lighter side but there is still a good heavy sweet cream flavor to it. The strawberry leans more on the candied side and adds a dose of fruity sweetness to the mix. Everything works well together although I do experience a bit of dryness on the backend of the inhale. The flavor intensity sits around mid range, maybe slightly below. On the inhale I get a somewhat tart dragonfruit mixed with sweet cream. It’s a nice balance of tart and sweet with a soft creaminess. I get a dry tartness on the backend. The exhale sees the creaminess bump up a notch and some sweet strawberry joins the dragonfruit and cream flavors. I’m left with the taste of sweet cream and a light tart dragonfruit.

Overall, Dragonfruit, Strawberry & Cream does the flavor profile justice, but I’ve certainly had better. The fruits taste fine, but honestly the sweet cream flavor is the best of the three in my opinion. It doesn’t really provide a super creamy mouthfeel, but the flavor itself is quite nice. If it weren’t for the dryness that I’m getting on the backend I might enjoy this a little more. It’s still a decent juice, but it doesn’t hit the high mark like some other juices I’ve had with the same flavor combination.

Reviewed using: Modefined Sirius/Serpent SMM, fused clapton 2x28AWG SS316L/36AWG SS316L, 8 wraps 3mm ID, .60ohms, 460F @ 40W

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Fruity
Creamy
PG/VG, Nic 25/75, 3mg
Aged for 11 months
Value 4 /5
Flavor Accuracy 3 /5
Cloud Production 4 /5
Throat Hit 2 /5

Blueberry, Strawberry & Watermelon Cream is, well, basically just what its name states. It’s a decent fruit blend with a light cream undertone that gives it a somewhat soft mouthfeel. The fruits are the more pronounced flavors, but I do get a bit of a cream flavor as well. The fruits all have a fairly natural taste to them and are not candied in any way. The watermelon seems to be the predominant flavor and has with it some melon earthiness. The strawberry and blueberry play more of an accent role and bring both some sweetness and some tartness. The cream plays more of a background role and adds to the mouthfeel. It does come out a little more on the exhale. This juice is mildly sweet and the sweetness that is present is of the natural fruit kind. The overall flavor intensity is on the lighter side of medium. The inhale is mostly a somewhat earthy watermelon with a sweet and slightly tart strawberry on the backend. There is a faint cream underlying the inhale as well. The exhale starts off as a slightly sweet watermelon mixed with light cream that is soon joined by blueberry. The watermelon tails off a bit and the finish is blueberry and cream. I’m left with the taste of sweet blueberry and watermelon.

Overall, Blueberry, Strawberry & Watermelon Cream is a fine enough juice and it’s fairly enjoyable. It just doesn’t stand out much in the world of creamy fruit juices. The fruit flavors have a nice natural taste to them and go together well. The cream is smooth and has a nice flavor but is pretty light. I think if both the fruits and the cream were dialed up a little bit this juice might stand out more.

Reviewed using: Smoant Charon/Ammit 25, fused clapton 2x26AWG SS316L/36AWG SS316L, 6 wraps 3.5mm ID, .29ohms, 410F @ 40W

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Fruity
Cool
PG/VG, Nic 30/70, 3mg
Aged for 3 months
Value 5 /5
Flavor Accuracy 4 /5
Cloud Production 4 /5
Throat Hit 2 /5

Strawkiji Freeze takes the original Strawkiji and adds some icy menthol. I like the original version and I like this rendition too. I can’t really decide which one I like better. The addition of menthol here alters the original’s fruit profile a little. It sort of dulls the fruit flavors that were so vibrant in the non-menthol version, although the perfect level of icy cool makes up for the fruits lack of clarity in my opinion. I guess you have to give a little to get a little. The strawberry-kiwi blend retains its sweetness and tartness, but its flavor gets a bit muddled by the menthol. The intensity of the fruits is fairly mild, while the iciness of the menthol is a bit above medium. The inhale starts off with a light strawberry and an icy menthol that builds towards the backend. The backend of the inhale and beginning of the exhale are the peak of both the fruity sweetness and the iciness of the menthol. The remainder of the exhale is a cool mix of sweet and tart strawberry-kiwi. I’m left with an icy fruity sweetness that hangs around for a good while.

Overall, Strawkiji Freeze is a satisfyingly cool fruit blend. The sacrifice of clarity in the fruit flavors is made up for by the icy cool provided by the menthol. While the fruits do make for a nice backdrop for the iciness, I feel if they were a bit more pronounced this could be even better. It’s still an enjoyable vape, escpecially if you’re a fan of cool.

Reviewed using: Modefined Sirius/iJoy Exo RTA, fused clapton 2x26AWG SS316L/36AWG SS316L, 6 wraps 3mm ID, .25ohms, 430F @ 42W

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Fruity
PG/VG, Nic 30/70, 3mg
Aged for 5 months
Value 5 /5
Flavor Accuracy 5 /5
Cloud Production 4 /5
Throat Hit 2 /5

Strawkiji is a clean and straightforward rendition of the classic mix of strawberry and kiwi. This isn’t a complicated juice, but it’s quite well done for what it is. Where it really shines is in the clarity of its flavors. There’s no doubting what this is. The strawberry is bright and has just the right amount of sweetness. I’d say the flavor is somewhere between a strawberry candy and a fresh strawberry. The kiwi brings a nice tartness and just makes for a great addition to strawberry. The two flavors really do balance each other out rather nicely. The overall flavor intensity is right in the medium range. On the inhale I get a lightly sweetened strawberry with a touch of sweet kiwi rounding out the backend. The flavor intensifies a bit on the exhale. There is a bright sweet strawberry backed by tart kiwi. I’m left with a lingering sweet and tangy strawberry kiwi taste.

Overall, Strawkiji is a pretty tasty juice. It’s simple, but it takes the classic pairing of strawberry and kiwi and nails it. The flavors are clean, concise and they get the job done. I find it to be rather enjoyable and easy to vape. Sometimes, simplicity is all I’m looking for and in those times, Strawkiji fits the bill nicely.

Reviewed using: Smoant Charon/iJoy Exo RTA, fused clapton 2x26AWG SS316L/36AWG SS316L, 6 wraps 3mm ID, .26ohms, 420F @ 41W

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Fruity
PG/VG, Nic 20/80, 3mg
Aged for 11 months
Value 5 /5
Flavor Accuracy 4 /5
Cloud Production 4 /5
Throat Hit 2 /5

Fruit Basket has a pretty vague description, but it’s name is fitting enough. It has a whole lot of fruit flavor going on and whatever is all in there works together nicely. It has a nice fruity sweetness and a clean taste. One of the flavors that is at the forefront is coconut. I wouldn’t say it quite overpowers the other flavors, but it’s certainly fairly pervasive throughout the vape. It lends an almost creamy quality and real smooth mouthfeel. The other flavors I can pick out of the bunch are strawberry, peach and pineapple, maybe some banana and apple as well. Everything combines to create a well rounded fruit filled flavor. Nothing tastes artificial or candy like, nor is it heavily sweetened. The overall flavor intensity is around mid range, maybe a notch above. I get coconut up front on the inhale, followed by ripe strawberry. There is some sweet peach on the backend along with possibly a slightly tart apple on the transition to the exhale. The exhale starts with a slight tartness and quickly transitions into smooth coconut and maybe a light creamy banana undertone. From midway to the end of the exhale there is a somewhat sweet and citric pineapple that mixes in. There is some sweet peach and strawberry mingling in the mix on the finish as well. I’m left with the taste of coconut and a menagerie of ripe fruits.

Overall, I find myself really enjoying everything that is going on in Fruit Basket. There’s quite a bit happening and, as the name implies, there are many different fruits at play. Although the coconut comes off as prominent at first, I find it carries all the other flavors nicely and slowly reveals everything else in the mix. Adjusting the temperature/wattage seems to definitely have an effect on this juice as different notes seem to gain or lose some presence while changing settings up and down. Fruit Basket didn’t really strike a chord with me at first, but it has really grown on me and I’m now kind of lamenting the end of the bottle I have. It’s a solid fruit blend and something I can keep easily vape all day. It seems really gentle on coils and wicks to boot. I can certainly see myself picking up more of this in the near future.

Reviewed using: Smoant Charon/iJoy Exo RTA, fused clapton 2x26AWG SS316L/36AWG SS316L, 6 wraps 3mm ID, .26ohms, 420F @ 40W

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Sweet
Fruity
Creamy
PG/VG, Nic 20/80, 3mg
Aged for 1 month
Value 5 /5
Flavor Accuracy 5 /5
Cloud Production 4 /5
Throat Hit 2 /5

Blue Mooooon tastes like what I would imagine a blueberry Nesquik might taste like if it existed. It’s a sweet and sugary blueberry mixed with creamy milk. It doesn’t really have anything else going on for it besides the blueberry and cream. There is a subtle vanilla that seems to be layered in with the cream, but it’s just a hint. The blueberry leans heavily on the sweet side. It’s somewhere between blueberry candy and candied blueberries. Maybe like super ripe blueberries doused in sugar. The milk adds a nice creamy backdrop for the blueberry and gives this a decently thick mouthfeel. There are hints of vanilla that compliment the milk. The overall flavor intensity is a little stronger than average and the sweetness is on the higher end of things. The inhale starts off milky before a rush of sweet blueberry comes in. The blueberry pops on the backend and verges on syrupy sweet. The exhale is more sweet blueberry washed in milk with a slight vanilla accent. I’m left with the taste of sweet blueberry and sugary lips.

Overall, Blue Mooooon a flavorful juice but is a bit too sugary sweet for my taste. It’s a simple flavor profile that’s done with the quality I’ve come to expect from ViaB. It’s not something I can vape for extended periods as the sweetness gets to me after a while. But, in a world of strawberry milks, it’s nice to see blueberry get it’s due chance.

Reviewed using: Smoant Charon/Ammit 25, fused clapton 2x26AWG SS316L/36AWG SS316L, 6 wraps 3.5mm ID, .28ohms, 420F @ 45W

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Creamy
Sweet
PG/VG, Nic 30/70, 3mg
Aged for 5 months
Value 3 /5
Flavor Accuracy 2 /5
Cloud Production 4 /5
Throat Hit 2 /5

Halle Berry is BDV's take on Cap'N Crunch's Crunch Berries cereal. To be honest, I’ve never been a big fan of Cap'N Crunch cereal, but this doesn’t strike me as all that accurate. That’s not to say it’s a bad juice, it just doesn’t come off as intended in my opinion. If I was without the notion of its intended profile I wouldn’t have guessed it. It tastes almost like a cake with berry frosting to me. The berries are the most prominent flavor, with blueberry being the most notable. The berry flavor is accompanied by a creaminess that reminds me of frosting more than milk. There is a faint graininess but it doesn’t really make me think cereal. The overall flavor intensity is fairly light. On the inhale I get creamy berries, of which blueberry stands out the most. The berry mix is sweet and somewhat sugary with a hint of grain on the backend. The exhale is a lighter berry flavor with an almost cakey undertone. There is a light milkiness on the finish. I’m left with sweet mixed berries on my palate and a slight lingering dryness.

Overall, Halle Berry doesn’t deliver on its intentions if you ask me. What it does deliver isn’t bad by any means, but it’s not anything special. Maybe I’m recalling Cap’N Crunch cereal all wrong, but I don’t remember it tasting like cake with berry frosting. If the grain had more of a presence this might be more cereal like. As it stands, I just don’t make the connection. It’s still a decent tasting juice, but if you’re expecting cereal you may find yourself a bit letdown.

Reviewed using: Smoant Charon/Ammit 25, fused clapton 2x26AWG SS316L/36AWG SS316L, 6 wraps 3.5mm ID, .29ohms, 420F @ 45W

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Spiced
Nutty
Creamy
PG/VG, Nic 15/85, 3mg
Aged for 5 months
Value 2 /5
Flavor Accuracy 2 /5
Cloud Production 4 /5
Throat Hit 3 /5

Nana's Nut Bread should probably lose the 'Nana' part of its name if it’s supposed to denote banana flavor. I honestly cannot find anything more than the faintest hint of banana in this juice. What I do find is something more like a cinnamon bread pudding with walnuts. Occasionally I catch a hint of something resembling the caramelized banana that is supposed to be present, but it is muted and light. And maybe that’s because the overall flavor of this juice is muted and light. There just really isn’t all that much flavor going for it. It’s mostly a bready cinnamon flavor that is somewhat creamy and backed with walnut. The cinnamon is somewhat dry and and not very potent, but again nothing in this juice is. There is a mild sweetness that is sort of custard-like and gives off a bit of creaminess. The walnut is earthy and nutty and tastes similar to its real life counterpart. The overall flavor intensity leans heavily to the light side of the spectrum. On the inhale I get a fairly dry cinnamon bread up front. There is a mildly creamy custard that comes in midway that cuts the dryness and adds a bit of sweetness on the backend. Occasionally I get a faint hint of banana on the backend as well. The exhale has a light cinnamon custard followed by earthy walnut. I’m left with a dry, faint cinnamon taste.

Overall, Nana's Nut Bread just doesn’t live up to its name. It comes off to me as a cinnamon bread pudding with walnuts. There’s really no banana to be found. It wasn’t there fresh and it’s not there after steeping either. It would be more suiting if it’s official description was the one attributed to it here on JuiceDB. But their website claims it as a “banana bread topped with caramelized bananas and walnuts” and I certainly don’t get that out of it. If it had a boost in flavor it wouldn’t be a half bad bread pudding juice. As it stands, it either needs a name/description change or some banana in it.

Reviewed using: Smoant Charon/iJoy Exo RTA, fused clapton 2x26AWG SS316L/36AWG SS316L, 6 wraps 3mm ID, .26ohms, 420F @ 40W

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Creamy
PG/VG, Nic 25/75, 3mg
Aged for 5 months
Value 4 /5
Flavor Accuracy 3 /5
Cloud Production 3 /5
Throat Hit 2 /5

Key Lime & Coconut sounds like a pretty simple and straightforward combination, and it is for the most part. I’m not exactly sure what 123 was aiming for with this juice as their flavor descriptions are minimal. I have a feeling they were going for the drink Lime in the Coconut as the picture on their website shows a drink in a glass, but what I taste is something like a lime and coconut cheesecake. Needless to say, I wasn’t expecting anything resembling cheesecake when I first tried this, but there’s definitely a cheesecake vibe to it. It’s got sweet lime and coconut riding atop a semi creamy and somewhat tangy cheesecake layer. The key lime tastes like the actual fruit. It’s sweet with an acidic and citrusy tang. The coconut is more akin to coconut water or fresh coconut meat as opposed to coconut milk. The cheesecake like layer is fairly soft and creamy and has a cheesecake tang to it. It makes a great base for the fruit flavors and works really well. The overall flavor intensity is on the milder side. It’s fairly subdued but in a way that keeps it enticing. On the inhale I get mild key lime atop a soft and creamy cheesecake. The lime is sweet with a fair acidity to it as well. There is a mild coconut that comes in on the backend. The lime has a bit of a bright pop to begin the exhale and then tapers off into a a mix of coconut and cheesecake. The coconut is at its most pronounced at the end of the exhale. I’m left with the taste of tangy lime and a mild coconut.

Overall, I rather enjoy Key Lime & Coconut despite it not being what I expected. It’s a milder juice but I find it works to its advantage, giving it an enticing quality. The key lime flavor is pretty on point and it has nice level of acidity. The unexpected cheesecake like flavor makes a great base layer for the coconut and lime. Everything works together quite well and makes for a satisfying experience.

Reviewed using: Smoant Charon/iJoy Exo RTA, fused clapton 2x26AWG SS316L/36AWG SS316L, 6 wraps 3mm ID, .26ohms, 420F @ 40W

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Creamy
PG/VG, Nic 10/90, 3mg
Aged for 5 months
Value 3 /5
Flavor Accuracy 3 /5
Cloud Production 5 /5
Throat Hit 3 /5

Happenstance uses two fruits that I don’t see used all that often and they make for a pretty tasty vape. Those two fruits are black currant and fig. I’ve had a handful of juices that utilize fig but this is the first juice I’ve had that uses black currant, and I like it. It's the star of the show here with the fig playing a lighter complimentary role and cream backing everything up. The black currant has a rich, tart dark berry flavor. I’d say it’s akin to black currant preserves, so there is some sweetness to help balance the tart nature of the currant. The fig has a light floral sweetness to it and makes for a good partner to currant. The cream is more like a vessel for the fruit flavors to ride atop. It has a really light cream flavor but it does add a fairly thick and creamy mouthfeel. The overall flavor intensity is on the lighter side, like a tick or two under medium, but the currant still pops with a bright vibrancy. On the inhale I get light fig mixed with a light cream flavor to start. It’s a nice lightly sweet and floral creaminess. The black currant comes in midway. It starts off somewhat sweet with a tartness that builds towards, and pops at, the backend. The currant takes over as the predominant flavor, but it retains a creamy mouthfeel. The exhale is mainly black currant with a light fig backing. The creaminess is still present, but without any pronounced cream flavor. I’m left with a tart, slightly sweet black currant flavor.

Overall, Happenstance is an enticing and pleasant experience. I really like the use of black currant and would love to see it used more. The fig is nice and pairs well, but I wouldn’t mind a bit more of it as it’s fairly light. Same goes for the cream. The small hint of cream flavor is just a tease, although the level of creaminess in the mouthfeel is pretty great. I think with some tweaks this could be a really great juice. As it stands, it’s still good and I appreciate the attempt to do something a bit different.

Reviewed using: Smoant Charon/Ammit 25, fused clapton 2x26AWG SS316L/36AWG SS316L, 6 wraps 3.5mm ID, .28ohms, 400F @ 41W

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Nutty
Rich
Sweet
PG/VG, Nic 20/80, 3mg
Aged for 5 months
Value 4 /5
Flavor Accuracy 5 /5
Cloud Production 4 /5
Throat Hit 2 /5

Acer Dulcia's subtlety surprised me, and in a good way. This is one of those juices where the whole is greater than the sum of its parts. Typically I see maple in a flavor description and expect to be bombarded by an overly sweetened, corn syrup style, fake maple syrup taste. That is so very not the case here. The maple flavor in this is restrained yet rich with the essence of a true maple syrup. It still has a sweetness to it, but it’s mild. The apple tastes like real apple. I’d say it tastes like a baking variety apple. It’s somewhat sweet and somewhat tart with a nice crispness to it. The flavor comes off somewhere between a fresh apple and a baked apple. The walnut aspect is a really nice touch and adds a unique layer of complexity. It has a nutty and earthy taste to it, along with a bit of a smokey roasted flavor. It is subtle, or as the description states “a suggestion”, but it definitely adds depth. Now each component on its own is good, but the way they combine creates something magical. The flavors interact in a way that removes any distinct separation and instead creates a deeply layered experience. The overall flavor intensity is fairly middle ground and it’s quite smooth. The inhale starts off with mildly sweet and earthy maple. Apple begins to show midway and combines with the maple through the backend. The maple has a bright pop at the back as well. The exhale carries over the maple which combines with earthy walnut. The apple reappears and carries through with the other flavors through the finish. I’m left with a combination of maple and subtle apple lingering on my palate.

Overall, Acer Dulcia is unique and complex experience. It didn’t really do much for me the first time I tried it, but I came to appreciate its subtlety and it really grew on me. The way in which the maple, apple and walnut play with each other is really quite special. This juice really makes me think of the fall season and it embodies it perfectly. It’s like Cloud Alchemist managed to distill fall into a bottle, pure deliciousness!

Reviewed using: Smoant Charon/Griffin 25, dual clapton 26AWG SS316L/36AWG SS316L, 9 wraps 3.5mm ID, .38ohms, 420F @ 65W

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Fruity
Sweet
PG/VG, Nic 30/70, 3mg
Aged for 2 months
Value 3 /5
Flavor Accuracy 3 /5
Cloud Production 3 /5
Throat Hit 2 /5

Brasberry Mint is billed as a peppermint and berry mix. While it definitely lives up to the mint claims, it falls rather short in the berry department. The "radiant raspberry" is light and underwhelming and the blueberry is virtually nonexistent and could easily go by unnoticed. The raspberry flavor itself, while light, is a nice sweet raspberry. It has more of an artificial candy like taste. The blueberry adds some hints of a dark berry tartness, but it really needs to be searched out. The mint is a pretty straightforward sweet peppermint flavor and is quite smooth. It's a fairly strong mint with a mild to medium sweetness, a mid level cooling, and a bit of a bite to it. The overall flavor intensity is in the mid range, with the berry aspect on the light side of the scale and the peppermint on the higher side. On the inhale I get a hint of blueberry up front, quickly followed by a light raspberry and sweet mint. The sweet raspberry lays on my tongue while the mint engulfs the rest of my mouth. The raspberry is at its strongest on the backend of the inhale. The exhale carries over with a slight raspberry flavor to start followed by a whole lotta peppermint. There are hints of a somewhat tart, darker blueberry buried underneath the blast of cool mint. I'm left with a strong peppermint taste, hints of raspberry, and a nice cooling sensation that lingers for a good while.

Overall, Brasberry mint is good but left me wanting. I guess I was expecting there to be more berry flavor. The peppermint is really nice and has a wonderful coolness, but it seems to really overwhelm the raspberry and blueberry flavors. I wish the berries were dialed up a bit so as to not get quite so buried underneath the avalanche of cool peppermint. It's still a good tasting juice and it's quite smooth, especially for a strong mint, but it's not quite what I was expecting based on its description.

Reviewed using: Smoant Charon/ iJoy Exo RTA, fused clapton 2x26AWG SS316L/36AWG SS316L, 6 wraps 3mm ID, .26ohms, 410F @ 38W

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Sweet
PG/VG, Nic 30/70, 3mg
Aged for 2 months
Value 5 /5
Flavor Accuracy 4 /5
Cloud Production 4 /5
Throat Hit 2 /5

Pleasante is one of the better lemonade flavors I've had and the use of pomegranate is excellent. Pomegranate doesn't seem to get used all that often but it's addition here is really well suited. Its tart, dark berry-like flavor is very complimentary to the sweet lemonade. The lemonade flavor here is well done in and of itself. It's a nice mixture of sweet and tart with a clean lemon flavor. I'd say it's fairly reminiscent of a 'not from concentrate' lemonade with maybe a little added sugar. It's sweet, but I wouldn't go as far as saying it's candy sweet as there is a citrusy tang that balances it out. The pomegranate adds a nice tart counterpoint to the sweetness as well. It has a bit above medium flavor intensity and is quite smooth for a lemon based flavor. On the inhale I'm initially met with pomegranate. It's tart yet somewhat sweet, with a dark berry type flavor. The lemonade creeps into the background and gains more prominence towards the backend while still maintaining notes of pomegranate. The exhale is more so a mixture of lemonade and pomegranate with the lemonade being the dominant of the two flavors. I'm left with the taste of sweet lemonade and hints of dark pomegranate.

Overall, Pleasante is a well done juice albeit fairly simple. I find it to be one of the more enjoyable lemonade flavors I've tried. Pomegranate makes a wonderful addition to lemonade and is a really complimentary flavor. I've been on a bit of a hunt for good lemonade juices and so far this one is finding itself near the top of my list.

Reviewed using: Smoant Charon/Serpent SMM, fused clapton 2x28AWG SS316L/36AWG SS316L, 8 wraps 3mm ID, .58ohms, 400F @ 40W

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Nutty
Creamy
PG/VG, Nic 12/88, 3mg
Aged for 5 months
Value 3 /5
Flavor Accuracy 3 /5
Cloud Production 5 /5
Throat Hit 3 /5

I'm a big fan of key lime pie, it's probably my favorite kind of pie. The combo of creamy lime and graham crust just tastes so damn good to me. Duval's Delight does a great job on the latter of the two components, but the lime just seems to fall short. Key lime pie is typically fairly lime forward with a thin graham crust playing a supporting role. This juice seems to be the exact opposite. The lime is present, but it's light and seems to get overwhelmed by the buttery graham crust. Now, the crust ascpect tastes really good. It's a pretty spot on graham cracker pie crust. And not like a pre-made store bought kind of crust, but more like a homemade one. It's got a good graham cracker flavor along with buttery and nutty notes. There is also a creaminess present that adds a nice dense mouthfeel. Now if there was only more than hints of lime to be found... The overall flavor intensity is around mid range and there is a light sweetness. On the inhale I get an initial hint of sweet lime that gets swallowed up in a buttery graham crust. There is a soft creaminess that comes in on the backend. The exhale is more buttery graham crust with notes of nuttiness atop a mild creamy layer. I'm left with the taste of a nutty graham cracker crust.

Overall, Duval's Delight falls short on its promised flavors. I mean, I want some lime in my key lime pie! The crust flavor is really well done and I imagine if there was actually more lime present in here it would combine to create a pretty stellar experience. I have seen some reviews that claim to be getting more lime flavor than I seem to be. Unfortunately I just don't seem to find it anywhere no matter the setup. It still gets points for being a pretty tasty juice because the graham crust flavor is rather delicious. It's just not the full flavor that's advertised.

Reviewed using: Smoant Charon/Ammit 25, fused clapton 2x26AWG SS316L/36AWG SS316L, 6 wraps 3.5mm ID, .29ohms, 410F @ 60W

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Sweet
Fruity
PG/VG, Nic 20/80, 3mg
Aged for 5 months
Value 4 /5
Flavor Accuracy 3 /5
Cloud Production 4 /5
Throat Hit 3 /5

I'm not a big candy person, nor am I a big gum person. Get Your Kicks is exactly those things, but you know what, I actually find myself liking it. Now don't let the description fool you into thinking this tastes anything like a "freshly picked, sun-ripened strawberry" because it doesn't. It's straight up candy flavored strawberry and on the bottle it actually says "strawberry hard candy." The strawberry mixed with the bubblegum flavor has this juice tasting just like strawberry Bubblicious bubblegum. The bubblegum flavor itself tastes like your classic pink bubblegum and it mixes with the strawberry flavor to give off a strawberry bubblegum flavor. It's like those first few chews of a piece of gum where it's nice and juicy and the flavor is at it's strongest. There seems to be some sort of light citrus on the back end of the inhale but I doesn't come through much, although it does impart a slight dryness. The overall flavor intensity is in the medium-high range. The sweetness isn't overpowering and is at a good level for a candy type flavor. It doesn't seem laden with sweetener and is easy on the wicks and coils. The inhale is sweet strawberry candy with a bubblegum backing that comes in part way through and a really mild citrusy flavor on the backend. The exhale has the bubblegum flavor step into a more prominent role with the strawberry mixing in. I'm left with the taste of strawberry bubblegum.

Overall, Get Your Kicks was surprisingly fairly enjoyable for me. It's not overly sweet for a candy flavor and tastes nice and clean. It's simple and straightforward, but pretty tasty nonetheless. I like to mix in a little menthol/mint sometimes as I find it compliments it nicely. I'll slowly work my way through the insanely inexpensive 120mL bottle I have, but I doubt I'll order more when it's gone as candy flavors aren't something I seek out. If you're in the market for a candy flavor though, this juice might be worth a try, especially with the constant sales Sauce LA seems to have going.

Reviewed using: Smoant Charon/Ammit 25, fused clapton 2x26AWG SS316L/36AWG SS316L, 6 wraps 3.5mm ID, .28ohms, 410F @ 60W

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Sweet
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Creamy
PG/VG, Nic 30/70, 3mg
Aged for 2 months
Value 2 /5
Flavor Accuracy 3 /5
Cloud Production 4 /5
Throat Hit 2 /5

Tangerine Dreams is basically an orange dreamsicle. It's mainly a sweet orange-like flavor backed by a mild vanilla cream. It's supposedly tangerine and it may very well be, but it tastes basically like orange to me. Or better yet, maybe like canned mandarins in heavy syrup. I say in heavy syrup because it's quite sweet. So maybe ambiguous, sweet, orange skinned citrus fruit is a better descriptor. And when I say it's sweet, it's more of a candied fruit kind of sweet as opposed to a fruit candy kind of sweet. It still tastes fairly natural but it doesn't have any sort of citrusy tang to it at all. The sweet orange, or ambiguous orange skinned citrus fruit, is backed by a light vanilla cream. The cream is definitely in the background and provides a slight smooth creaminess and a mild sweet vanilla flavor. The main focus here is on the orange, or tangerine, or whatever. The flavor intensity is a strong medium. The sweetness level is up there although it's not cloyingly sweet. Oh, and I do not find anything floral about this juice even though it is mentioned in the product description. On the inhale I get a sweetened orange upfront and vanilla cream that works it's way in towards the backend. The exhale is combination of sweet orange and sweet vanilla cream. The orange is the stronger of the two flavors but the cream is there adding a smooth layer for it to ride atop. I'm left with the taste of sweet orange and sweet vanilla cream, basically a dreamsicle.

Overall, Tangerine Dreams is a fairly simple orange dreamsicle type flavor. It's okay, but I don't find it all that special. I wish it had more of a citrusy edge to it because it's honestly on the verge of being too sweet in my opinion. It's fairly one note and a little tanginess might cut the sweetness and add a little depth. A little more creaminess might up the ante as well. If you're looking for a sweet dreamsicle style juice, this might be up your alley. Personally, I'm sure I'll finish the small bottle I have at some point, but it's not something I'd reorder.

Reviewed using: Smoant Charon/Serpent SMM, fused clapton 2x28AWG SS316L/36AWG SS316L, 8 wraps 3mm ID, .59ohms, 410F @ 42W

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Creamy
Sweet
Fruity
PG/VG, Nic 25/75, 3mg
Aged for 6 months
Value 4 /5
Flavor Accuracy 4 /5
Cloud Production 4 /5
Throat Hit 1 /5

Raspberry Vanilla Bean Gelato is a pretty self explanatory flavor and it tastes fairly accurate to its namesake. It's mainly composed of a rich and creamy vanilla bean gelato, but there is definitely some raspberry accompanying it as well. It's more like a raspberry gelée as opposed to fresh fruit. The resulting flavor really reminds me of those little ice cream cups that have the little raspberry swirls in it. Now I don't know if one can really distinguish between ice cream and gelato in vapor form but this does have a nice dense richness typical of gelato, so I'll give it to them. It makes for a thick and creamy mouthfeel and is quite smooth. The vanilla has a nice natural vanilla bean flavor and doesn't come off as artificial. The flavor intensity is pretty middle of the road with a nice mild to mid sweetness. On the inhale I get a thick and creamy vanilla gelato with a mild sweetness. There is a light, sweet raspberry that mixes in on the backend. The exhale carries over a little raspberry to start before it drops into the background of the creamy vanilla. I'm left with creamy vanilla with a mild sweetness and hints of sweet raspberry.

Overall, Raspberry Vanilla Bean Gelato is a quality experience. It doesn't blow my socks off, but I find myself enjoying it. Maybe the nostalgia of cafeteria ice cream cups adds to my enjoyment. The vanilla gelato is well done and has that rich density I'd expect from a gelato. I do like how the raspberry highlights the vanilla, but I wouldn't mind seeing a little bit more of it. Nonetheless, it's still a solid offering from 123.

Reviewed using: Smoant Charon/Serpent SMM, fused clapton 2x28AWG SS316L/36AWG SS316L, 8 wraps 3mm ID, .58ohms, 420F @ 40W

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Sweet
Fruity
PG/VG, Nic 30/70, 3mg
Aged for 6 months
Value 4 /5
Flavor Accuracy 4 /5
Cloud Production 3 /5
Throat Hit 2 /5

Norse Fish is a pretty accurate take on Swedish fish candies. I'm not a big candy person, but I do have a soft spot for Swedish fish. So my favorite candy in vape form, why the hell not. Now as far as the flavor goes, well it tastes like Swedish fish. What that is, nobody seems to really know. It's fruity, it's red, it's sweet. To me it seems like a mix of maybe cherry, strawberry and raspberry. It's almost got a kind of fruit punch vibe to it. Swedish fish also have a sort of waxy taste/feel to them and this juice does a decent job at conveying that as well. The flavor intensity is around mid range and the sweetness is on the medium side. It's not a huge burst of sweet like some candy flavors. The inhale and exhale are pretty much the same, no real variation. Swedish fish in, Swedish fish out. Not much else to say about that. I'm left with the taste of, you guessed it, Swedish fish.

Overall, Norse Fish is a solid candy vape if Swedish fish is your thing. I like it, I don't love it. Even though I do enjoy Swedish fish candies, candy vapes really aren't my thing. Blue Dot did a fine job capturing the flavors of Swedish fish. So if you really love Swedish fish and you really want to vape them, this juice is solid choice.

Reviewed using: Smoant Charon/Ammit 25, fused clapton 2x26AWG SS316L/36AWG SS316L, 6 wraps 3.5mm ID, .28ohms, 410F @ 60W

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Fruity
PG/VG, Nic 30/70, 3mg
Aged for 1 month
Value 4 /5
Flavor Accuracy 4 /5
Cloud Production 4 /5
Throat Hit 3 /5

Mangnificence is a straightforward mango lemonade, no surprise punches here. It's a nice combination and the flavors are done well. It's got a real fresh squeezed lemonade flavor going for it. It's rather potent and packs a good deal of tartness to it. Throw in the tangy elements of mango and it almost gets to the level of mouth puckering tart. There is some sweetness going on as well which helps tame the tanginess a bit, but overall this juice is definitely more on the tart side. I found that toying with wattages can help manage the tartness to an extent. It seems like a slightly higher wattage brings out the sweetness a bit more, but it also muddles the flavors a little. I liked it more in the mid to mid-low wattage range as I enjoy a little tangy zing. The flavor is fairly consistent throughout the inhale and the exhale. I get a burst of tart lemon up front and then a tangy and slighty sweet mix of lemonade and mango. I'd say it's about a 60/40 lemonade to mango ratio. Maybe like 60/40 on the inhale and 70/30 on the exhale. I'm left with a mostly tart lemon flavor.

Overall, I found Mangnificence enjoyable but nothing special. The flavors are pretty well done and make for a nice combination. The tartness is a nice departure from the typical sweet juices, but I can't vape it for long periods. It makes for a nice change of pace and works well as a palate refresher, but it's not something I can vape all day.

Reviewed using: SMOK Alien/Griffin 25 Mini, dual fused clapton 2x28AWG SS316L/36AWG Ni80, 7 wraps 3mm ID, .25ohms @ 65W

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