Tested on: Aspire Nautilus (1.8 ohm's, 15 watts)
C4 is described as blueberry shortcake drizzled in cream. I think blueberry is kind of a hard flavour to nail when it comes to e-liquid. A lot of the one's I've tried have tasted kind of artificial, more like blueberry candy than actual blueberry. The smell of the C4 however, is more natural than what I've tried before (with exceptions of course... like Scope's blueberry that is absolutely delicious). However, I did get that artificial feeling when I first vaped it. A bit disappointed to be honest, but after a while it started tasting more natural, and closer to Scope's, a juice often described as blueberry muffin. I'm not sure what made it taste artificial in the beginning, though. Might have been my brain playing tricks on me again (it does that) as I kind of expected it to taste a bit artificial, or it might have been me not able to clean my tank properly so there was some taste left from the previous juice in there that came into the mix and screwed it up a bit. But anyway, when it had been in the tank a while and I could taste it like it's supposed to taste, it is pretty damn good. Nice balance of berries, cake and cream. So would I buy this juice again... probably not actually. But that is just me, and it's mainly because I like Scope's better. That doesn't mean this is not good, cause it is, and I see a lot of people really love it. It's just a matter of personal taste I guess. I suggest you go get yourself a bottle of this and a bottle of Scope's blueberry and make up your own opinion. Who knows ... maybe you'll end up on with the opposite conclusion. Oh... one thing, be sure to vape both of those with a cup of coffee after dinner... I think that brings out the best in both of them.
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