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This is a creamy strawberry juice and it's good if you like creamy because it's more creamy then strawberry. If you are looking for something like Mother's Milk that has a more strawberry flavor then you will want to check out Unicorn Milk by Cuttwood, Unicorn Milk is the same as Mother's Milk but more strawberry then cream plus it's cheaper.... On another note, to those of you who are saying this is an overhyped juice, I hate to tell you but there is NO thing as an overhyped juice! If you buy this and don't like it, that does not make it overhyped it mean's ton's of people like it and you don't. It's your fault if you bought it because a million people said you should but that does not make it overhyped. Buy something because it sound's good NOT because the world tell's you to.
My all day vape, this is an amazing juice
To me it taste nothing like cap'n crunch instead it taste like brunt candy and it burns the back of my throat. I have tried dripping it as well as putting it a aspire nautilus, aspire nautilus mini both with bvc coils, a pro tank 3 as well as a authentic kayfun lite + with the same results each time.
My absolute favorite, though the switch from Oreo to Creme did taste a bit different to me and my friend. Also, it is much lighter in color now also ( not sure why ). Have to say though, it is definitly expensive, and should come in glass for that kind of $$. Either way, I don't usually care for the sweeter stuff, but I can puff this all day. Only thing that sucks is it cost me almost as much per day as smoking then... at least I'm not killing myself though. Happy vaping!!
I have not vaped this juice but I do own it and just can not get passed the smell of it, it has a strong smell like the alcohol Kahlua and just the smell gives me a headache.
Value for your dollar is incredible here.
Site is easy to navigate, the flavors are EXTREMELY unique and well-designed. Presentation is top notch.
This is right up there both in flavor and presentation with Five Pawns, Suicide Bunny, etc.. but comes in at literally half the price. Amazing.
The one critique I have is kind of a major one:
Their flavor descriptions are absolutely abysmal. They come off as grandiloquent and pretentious, and are terribly uninformative. In my opinion, they really need to take a step back and reign in their descriptions.
Other than that, this is really a shining diamond of a vendor.
WEO would stand out even if directly competing with Five Pawns, Lazarus Vintage, etc... but coming in at less than half the price really makes them something special.
This has nothing to do with "cherry" the stone fruit. This is 'cherry blossom' - aka Sakura flowers, the iconic pink/white flowers of the Japanese cherry tree.
This tastes a lot like some hard candy I had in Japan once. It comes off as a slightly more tart/fruity version of pink bubblegum. There's more complexity here than my description implies, but that's a basic analogy that should give people an idea of what to expect.
This is rather pleasant to vape, however it's not an every day thing for me. Much like Lancaster & York, I use it as a sort of escape from the daily grind. These juices are SO unique compared to anything else I've ever vaped before that it comes off as a special treat whenever I taste them.
Vaped in a kayfun @ ~20w, dripper @ 50w.
I've never had real Bavarian cream before, so I can't comment on how accurate this is...
I feel like this was almost good, but the caramelized sugar was just too dark for my taste. It came off as burnt and bitter. I suspect that was intentional, and that Bavarian cream has a very dark caramelization on it.
I could see some liking this, but I just can't really vape it.
I will say that WEO provides great value for the price. Their juices are all very clean and unique... this one just wasn't for me.
Vaped in a Kayfun at ~20w and a dripper @ 50w.
I had high hopes for this - all I got was a general sweetness. No nutty peanut butter. I searched for the peanut butter flavor, but it just wasnt there.
| Aged: 4 weeks
Sour green apple.
Probably the best green apple I've had. Usually green apple tastes like Mr. Sketch markers but that's been toned way back. It is here a little. I don't know if you can really get away from it. Nature of the flavor. There's a great sourness here to balance the candy green apple sweetness.
It's a good juice an all but..$12/15ml? Are you serious? For this? No.
" A smooth vanilla bourbon tobacco with hints of walnut and black currant."
The whole vanilla bourbon, tobacco and wood thing is being done lots of places right now and this one, while not bad, isn't that great either. I think I'm getting currant on the end but I can't really detect it that well. Not as black currant anyway and that's unfortunate. For my tastes, the bourbon is too strong. Tobacco, vanilla and wood are too muted to make much of a flavor impact. The tobacco is there on the inhale and then gets destroyed on the exhale by the bourbon. Vanilla stands around and stares at it's feet like me at my high school dance.
Not a terrible juice and at $8/15ml...aight. Not my cup of tea though.
Great taste, Vapes awesome
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.
Vanilla perfected. My thought upon the first taste. Creamy vanilla inhale. The super rich custard, caramel and spice (hmm, not sure what that is) comes out on the exhale with more vanilla. Not too buttery or eggy. Just enough to let you this is a custard, not a pudding. Wonderful mouth-feel. I don’t understand how that’s accomplished but they've done a fantastic job here. I’m usually pretty skeptical about fancy descriptions but I believe every word of this one. That said…too rich for me. It’s ultra vanilla custard and permeates my palate for several minutes at a time. I feel like it’s coming out my pores. Cleaner vapes for me. But damn, what a custard to get sick of.
This legendary tobacco does not disappoint. As many have said, it primarilly comes across as a graham cracker-flavored tobacco. When vaped on cotton at higher wattages, however, a more complicated profile of flavors emerges. Yes, it's thick and gunky but it is also immensely satisfying. In 2014, there are many great juices giving this old-timer serious competition but don't be scared to give it a try as it's still a great juice.
The whole thing is pretty representative of a pineapple soft serve. The pineapple is on the sweeter side with the right amount of tart and is more representative of a baked pineapple flavor. Just where pineapple vapes typically transition into dry citrus acidity, this moves abruptly into delightful creaminess. I had to Google “Dole Whip”, but based on that TIL journey, this seems like it would be really close to the real thing. It’s a tad on the sweeter side but it is based on an ice cream dessert.
This is very vanilla heavy however, you can discern the different types of vanilla. It’s not just one solid strong vanilla. On the back end the vanilla mingles well with the custard base, mild spice, and caramel. I’m not sure my palate is delicate enough to pick out all the stuff going on in the description on the site. The custard base is a lot milder than I expected and is atypical for most custards. I expected a lot more butter richness, but the primary richness comes from the vanilla. Definitely a different take on custard and slightly more complex than average. If you like rich but not the buttery rich of most custards this is worth a shot. I am not partial to custards so take my opinion FWIW.
To paraphrase Jules Winnfield, “this is some serious gourmet shit”. I am not sure how to describe this other than exquisite. Exceptional black tobacco base with touches of smoked wood. Mixed in with it is the vanilla and coconut in seemingly perfect amounts to give it a touch of sweet throughout and then followed up with black tea. The black tea lingers in the middle of the flavors and rounds it out on the exhale. The whole experience is like nothing I have tried before. This is a black tie, no prices on the menu, tobacco flavor that I didn’t know existed before now
| Aged: 3 weeks
Yup it’s pear. Ridiculously accurate pear to be exact. I can see the hype behind this. It’s not complex but it is really accurate. Take a bowl full of juicy cut up pears, shove it in your mouth and you got this with the added bonus (if you’re lazy) that you don’t have to chew. Just the right amount of sweet with a tartness that lingers on your tongue. It some how tricks your mouth into thinking the pear texture is there. If you like pear WTF are you waiting for, seriously?
| Aged: 4 weeks
"PRIMARY FLAVORS: STRAWBERRY, BERRIES TO ACCENT, MULTIPLE CREAMS"
Very custard like smell in the bottle. They also describe it as Strawberry Spun Sugar. I guess that means like cotton candy? This isn't cotton candy though. Very close to what I was hoping a strawberry custard would taste like minus the rich egg taste. A lot of emphasis on the strawberry but I don't get much other berries in there. The sugar part is creamy and sweet on the exhale. I actually like this a lot but it is a strong and sweet flavor. Very enjoyable but in short bursts.
RDA 25 watts, .7ohm DC
| Aged: 1 week
Perfect take on a snicker doodle cookie, its creamy and sweet with that touch of cinnamon on top. The juice has a perfect amount of vapor and throat hit. One of my favorite flavors. The only downside is it's only in Max vg.
Very good, you will have a nice raspberry taste with some crème.
It should go without saying that this is a complex juice. All of Five Pawns' are. I've tried this juice in many setups but I enjoy it best in a simple mini nautilus and dna30 device. Personally, I don't think that the Five Pawns products are meant to be dripped. The juice itself has many "faces". If you're expecting peach you'll be disappointed. Yet I believe its the best peach I have yet to come across. That may not make sense but its rare that you'll consistently taste the same thing with this juice. When the peach comes through its unbelievable. I also get hints of vanilla from time to time, and the only way I can describe it is like the "Snow Creme" ice cream from Mayfield. I'm not terribly familiar with rum but I can tell that it is what brings everything together. Not strong or alcoholic at all, just used to blend everything harmoniously.
If you like peach vapes I encourage you to give this a try. I know its expensive but for example it has become my ADV. The complexity keeps it from getting old.
For a max VG juice, this liquid was bursting with the flavor of natural blueberry sweetness. Designed to taste like blueberry crumble, this juice, to me, tastes like sweet blueberries and cream with a slight hint of bakery crust in there somewhere. The blueberry really shines through, with a sweet creaminess that makes it a really pleasant vape. This is probably the closest someone can get to vaping the filling of a fresh-baked blueberry pie without turning your tongue purple.
As a max VG juice, the throat hit isn't anywhere near as pronounced as a mixed PG/VG juice, but the intense flavor of it more than makes up for that, if throat hit is your thing. This juice might not feel like a juice that has a decent amount of PG, but the flavor really took me by surprise. I cannot put my mods down with this juice in it.
I love love love Turkish tobacco flavor, and when I sampled this in the Frisco store I thought it could become my ADV. Promptly bought a 30ml (at a very reasonable price, might I add).
Breathed for around 4 hours, steeped for a week.
Color is a pinkish orange; viscosity is very watery. The juice smell was very warm and earthy, with a figgy/raisin undertone not altogether unlike the smell of a pack of Camel Filters.
The flavor: strong, bold and ferocious. Slightly sweet, earthy and surprisingly clean on the palate. I would say it has a "lightly toasted rolling tobacco" flavor that is savory and sometimes hints at popcorn and cumin when it's hitting right. A little peppery for 12mg nic, maybe the nic quakity is a bit bunk? The flavor was good but sadly tasted nothing to me like Turkish tobacco. This is definitely still a solid tobacco flavor, if you like their Broadstreet you will probably like this.
Vapor: simply godawful. The biggest drawback to this juice is that it is 70/30 PG/VG. The vapor production is therein handicapped and relegated
to cute little poofs. On my Nautilus+BVC at any wattage, at any air flow all I could get were thin, sometimes dry-ish puffs of vapor. I am by no means a cloud-chucking, drip-killing glycerine jockey. But man, vapor production was just genuinely unsatisfying.
Throat-hit: nigh ungodly. At 12mg nic, I certainly didn't expect this. Somehow the flavoring mixed with the high PG and nicotine coalesced into vaping cactus needles. I like a lot of throat hit, but this was more in the realm of irritating and close to offensive. It was stronger and gnarlier than a 60/40 cinnamon menthol at 16mg nic. It must be noted, however, that when I was vaping it out of my iClear 30, the throat hit was nicely muted to a more comfortable level.
While I am not particularly PG sensitive, the great flavor was outweighed by the poor vapor production and goofy throat hit. If you use clearos, I think this juice could still be enjoyable. Its low viscosity ran straight through my Nautilus, it vaproizes very rapidly.
If I recall correctly, DFW Vapor will let you tweak the ratio when you order online. I have been diluting it a bit with a Coffee juice and it has been a bit better. I am also going to try adding some VG Now that there is room in the bottle and will amend my review at that time.
All things considered, an okay cape at a decent price. Definitely better than emergency juice, with a little tweaking it could probably shine.