Over the last 24 hours I’ve been indulging in two new juices sent to me free of charge to review from ECigaretteDirect and I have to tell you, I’m loving every last drop of these two. I tested them with a GS air tank at 1.6 ohm, finding my sweet spot for each juice using an eLeaf iStick 30w. Both of these come in dark coloured 30ml glass dripper bottles with childproof caps, proper warning labels and a textured warning triangle. Batch numbers and a clear use by date alongside nicotine content and PG/VG ratio and last, but not least, an ingredients list and nut allergy warning. This is excellent stuff. I don’t like dripper bottles generally as my sub-ohm tanks have very small filling openings, but these have a slim pointed end to them and I’ve not had much problem filling either my GS air or my GSG3 tank that I’ve been testing to review on Amazon. I would have to decant this to fill my Arctic Horizon tanks though I doubt I’d have any issues filling a subtank at all.
Jack 3 is a beautifully balanced and not too sweet desert vape. The first flavour I taste is buttery toffee popcorn followed closely by banana. Then a subtle cream flavour follows, with a blast of fresh coconut on the exhale. Sometimes I taste a hint of raspberry, but it’s light and just barely there. Mostly it’s the popcorn flavour I remember from those jelly beans that seem to cost more than gold nuggets to buy, alongside that same banana. Imagine putting a popcorn and a banana jelly bean in your mouth and then taking a spoonful of rich extra thick double cream. This tastes better. The sweet spot for this one for me on this set up is 10 watts, at that the throat hit is nice and gentle, but intensifies as soon as you put it up any further. This is 60VG/40PG and it’s smooth, never harsh. Perfect for an evening vape although I admit I’ve been picking this up at all times of day. I don’t get tired of the flavour at all.
Suzy 6 Is a really refreshing long cool summer fruit vape. Like a fruit spritzer with cream soda over ice. In this I taste the strawberry first, fresh and ripe and slightly sweet. Then raspberry and watermelon and a hint of cream soda. The menthol is just there, subtle and understated it just cools the exhale and leaves the mouth feeling fresher. I am not a fan of fruit vapes generally, but this is such a nice blend that isn’t at all sickly, and doesn’t taste as if I’d stuffed half a dozen fruit jellies in my mouth at once. Nothing sickly or cloying about it at all, and it shifts and changes enough to risk taking out without a backup flavour. I’ll turn to this if I have vaper’s tongue, not because it’s strong, but because it’s very, very different. Suzy 6 is a 50/50 blend that seems to sit nicely at 10 watts again in my test setup, a very gentle throat hit again at that power level, but it kicks in satisfyingly enough for anyone at a slightly higher wattage.
I hope that this range is going to be expanded because these first two are absolutely first class. I have found myself reaching for these even more than my beloved caramel over the last two days (it’s taken that long to write this post). These are definitely keepers and I will be buying both of these myself once I’ve gone through these first bottles. They are priced at £18 for 30ml and I think that’s actually justifiable for juice of this quality.
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