Here’s a look at a set that was sent over from a new company to me called Vaperific. The company is owned by a man named Zee and as far as I can tell Vaperific are an online shop that sells a modest selection of liquids and pre-made coils. So far it looks like they just carry their own three flavours but one thing to note is the liquids are all produced by Dvine labs so there’s absolutely no concerns about quality. Here are my honest thoughts on Vaperific liquids from Vaperific.
Bottles: The juices come in clear 60ml chubby gorilla style bottles with colourful labels that have a sort of matte finish to them. The colour of each label lines up with the flavour it represents so even at a glance it’s pretty easy to tell which is which. The labels themselves are modest with just the name of the company and logo along with the flavour name dead center and just the usual regulatory markings surrounding it. They might seem a bit simple but they look clean and do the job so no complaints here. I didn’t see the ratio listed anywhere but if I had to guess I’d say they are a 70 or 75vg blend and the set I got was in 3mg. Here’s a shot of the colourful bottles I received:
Setup: Testing was done mostly in a DAYWON from MissionXV with a little spaced fused clapton(2×30/40ni80), 6 wraps on a 2.5mm coming out to 0.97 ohms and running between 15-20w. Using Puff cotton, rda rinsed and rewicked in between. Here’s a shot of a fresh build:
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Site description: Blue Bar is a Blueberry Granola Bar drizzled with Greek Yogurt. Tangy and Sweet with a hint of Blueberry. Have your breakfast bar any time of day!
My thoughts: As soon as I cracked the bottle all I could smell was a rich thick blueberry jam. It has a fresh smell like real blueberries without that often overwhelming floral quality that so many blueberry flavours I’ve tried tend to have. No perfume or off taste from this one just a natural and thick tasting blueberry jam or fresh compote sort of thing. The jam is nestled in a thick creamy blanket which I’d assume is from the Greek yogurt. It sort of overpowers the granola bar aspect of it making it almost more of a creamy blueberry yogurt than a snack bar. The Greek yogurt adds some thickness to the flavour giving it a real thick creamy aspect that I found quite enjoyable.
To me the breakfast bar aspect almost comes off more like a blueberry muffin with it’s somewhat subdued granola flavour barely poking through. You know the muffins from Tims that don’t have a very strong baked goods taste that let the flavour of blueberry actually come through, it’s sort of like that but creamy. Despite blueberries being one of my all time favorite berries I tend to be a bit picky when it comes to blueberry flavours. Mostly on account of that floral quality they tend to have but with Blue Bar I don’t find that at all, it’s just a nice creamy blueberry flavour and that’s about it. Fans of blueberry flavours will definitely appreciate this one!!
Site description: Lemon Pounder is a delectable fluffy pound cake smothered with lemon curds topped off with a hint of dusted sugar. You won’t believe something this good has no calories 💯
My thoughts: For the past couple of years I’ve been a bit of a push over for a good lemon flavour, particularly a good lemon pound cake. With Lemon Pounder I get that classic Lemon Pound cake flavour that I’ve tasted in other flavours before. It’s bright and lemony with a fairly light pound cake flavour underneath. For me the lemon comes on quite a bit stronger than the cake but it’s pretty common for this type of flavour. However with such a lean towards lemon I find it can get a tiny bit biting after vaping on it for a while. It’s not unbearable by any means and fans of lemon flavours might not even notice it but for a guy like me I almost find it needs a little something to help make it more manageable like a shot of cream or meringue to take the lemony edge off.
As far as lemon pound cake flavours go this one is pretty standard and like I said it could probably benefit from a dollop of cream or something but as it stands I think most people will still enjoy it for what it is. A plain and simple lemon pound cake that tastes comforting and familiar.
Site description: Sugar D’Oh is a deeply delicious sugar coated donut. So good you can smell the freshness. You’ll be as happy as a kid in a donut shoppe!
My thoughts: This is a pretty different take on another classic flavour. I was half expecting a typical cinnamon sugar donut sort of flavour but with Sugar D’oh I get more of a honey glazed donut with the honey glaze sort of stealing the show. I do pick up a slight floral note that I normally associate with honey flavours but it’s not overbearing or perfumey in anyway, just pleasant. It’s a little on the sweet side with it’s thick sugary glaze but somehow doesn’t cross the line in to cloying.
The actual donut flavour is fairly mild but has that familiar fried dough taste to it with just a dusting of spice to it to let you know it is a donut. I suppose it could also pass as a beaver tail or elephant ear sort of thing being a simple mix of sugar and fried dough it’s definitely a familiar taste. I’ve had similar flavours but they usually include a fruit like blueberry or strawberry and call it a fritter but this is just a plain and simple glazed donut. It might come off a bit syrupy or artificial for some but I think fans of sweet fried dough flavours will appreciate what this one brings.
I’d say all three flavours are quite well done with Blue Bar possibly being the most complex of the three. Like I said they’re produced by Dvine so the quality is excellent and for only having three flavours it’s a pretty solid starting lineup. The prices are pretty reasonable and I’m all about supporting up and coming businesses so if any of these flavours sound appealing to you I wouldn’t have any trouble recommending you check Vaperific out.