Monday, 20 October 2014

Juice review: Sarsaperilla by Decadent Vapours


Decadent Vapours have been around for a long time (5 years I think) now, and I remember them from I started out vaping. After I was done trying out the crappy pre-filled cig-alikes from Deal Extreme I remember I found Totally Wicked, which actually had a Norwegian "branch" back then (3-ish years ago now). They used to have an e-juice range called Black Label from which I remember I found my first real favourite juice called Marlbury. When they stopped selling this range I did some research and found out that this Black Label range was actually made by Decadent Vapours, and that the Marlbury I loved was actually American Red. I think this was when I really started trying out all kinds of juices, and for a while I tried out a lot of the Decadent Vapours juices. I remember I was hooked on Aromatic and Cinnamint for a while, in addition to American Red of course. I also remember their Diablo Loco that almost killed me. Damn, that juice was strong! Then I started reading more forums and got input from the community and kind of moved on, trying out juices from all over the place, and kind of forgot about my old time favourites.

But then recently I saw Decadent Vapors started following me on Twitter and some days later they got in touch asking if I wanted to do a review, which of course I agreed to since they're really nice people who helped me out a lot when I was trying to figure out how to get more of my favourite juice back in the days. I got some options and decided to go for something I had no idea what would taste like, the Sarsaparilla from their "Tastes of America"-range.

They also asked if I wanted to give them some feedback on some new juices they're working on and sent me some small samples as well. I'm not allowed to tell you their names yet, and I haven't really had time to try out all of them, but it looks, and smells pretty promising. Hopefully I'll be able to post reviews of them when they're released.

Sarsaparilla
Tested on: Hellfire Mega (around 1.3 ohms)


Many of you guys are probably familiar with the history of Sarsaparilla and have probably tasted some kind of Sarsaparilla soft drink. I must admit I was not, but the name sounded familiar so I had to look it up on wikipedia: http://goo.gl/b6eXN8. However, the taste of the juice was very familiar to me from the first vape. I'm still trying to figure out exactly where I've got it from, but I suspect it might be from a flavour of "Ice Drops" (a liquid breath freshener sold in really small bottles). I don't know if these are even sold here in Norway any more, but I'll certainly buy a bottle to check if I come across one. But anyway, this is a pretty complex flavour and in my opinion it's a great one. It's described by Decadent Vapours as "A delectable balance of bold flavours; vanilla, caramel, wintergreen and licorice". For me the balance of these flavours is perfect. The vanilla and caramel is pretty subtle, but certainly there to make the juice sweeter and more interesting while the licorice and what I guess is wintergreen (which is a flavour I'm not familiar with from before) is more dominant. It's also one of those juices that keeps growing on you even though, at least for me, it started out very good as well. To be honest this is one of the best juices I've tried this year. However, I'm pretty sure it's one of those love/hate juices as well. It's unique and it's got a lot of flavour so either you love it or you hate it. I'm on the love side and would give it a 9/10 (just in case I come across something even better). Best way to find out which side you're on I guess is to try it out.


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Disclosure:
  • All my reviews are my honest opinion even if I am affiliated with the company manufacturing or selling the product. 
  • The juice was sent to me free of charge for the purpose of this review.
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