Thursday, 26 March 2015

Juice Review: Djinni Range from Decadent Vapors, Part 1

Djinni is the name of Decadent Vapours' new e-liquid range. As I've mentioned earlier Decadent Vapours produced some of my first favourite juices back when I started out vaping like 3 years ago now, and the juices they've sent me for review earlier has been pretty awesome as well.

According to Decadent Vapours, their new Djinni range has taken around a year to develop, starting out with over 100 flavours that has now been narrowed down to just 10. There should be something for everyone as well with tobacco blends, coffee, fruits and desserts all covered. So when Decadent Vapours asked me if I wanted to review the whole range, of course I said yes. Since DV has used a year to develop this range, I think it's only fair that I take my time to get to know them all as well as possible, so I decided that I'll not write the reviews until I've vaped the whole bottle, and that I'll split it in several parts so my readers hopefully will have the patience to read the whole thing.

Anyway... I've got 3 empty bottles here now, so here follows my review of the first 3 of these juices.

Cafe au lait
Tested on: Kanger Subtank (RDA @ 0.4 ohm, 20-25 watts)

I've not been very found of coffee flavoured juices that I've tried earlier. I don't know why actually, cause I do love coffee. But, as I've said before, some flavours just don't work as e-juices for me even if I like "the original". So I didn't really expect much from the Café au lait either, and when I first tried it I must admit I wasn't really convinced either. Still, it wasn't that bad either, so I decided that I should vape the whole 10ml bottle before I made up my opinion. And you know what? I'm really starting to like this one. For some weird reason I didn't really get all the great flavours in the juice in the beginning. Now I get a dark, roasted coffee on the inhale and on the exhale the milk and a bit of sugar comes forth. And as usual from Decadent Vapours they've put a lot of flavour in there. To be honest, as I've said earlier I've been a bit of a sceptic towards coffee flavours but this one has got me thinking that I should try out some more. I do believe, however, that creating a good coffee e-juice is a bit difficult, but I also think that Decadent Vapors really nailed it with the Café au lait.

Banoffee
Tested on: Kanger Subtank (RDA @ 0.4 ohm, 20-25 watts)

This is the second banoffee flavour I've tasted... but I still haven't tried the original, so it's still hard for me to tell you if Decadent Vapors have created a true banoffee flavour here. But... if they have, I believe I would love it. Judging by the other juices I've tried from them I suspect they have nailed it though. This juice lives up to the little slogan printed on the little box it comes in: "Sweet gooey delight". It is a well balanced mix of sweet banana and caramel both playing an equally important role, although I would say that the banana is slightly more pronounced, which I believe it should be. I also get some subtle hints of pastry. Quite simply a delicious dessert vape.

Red Tab
Tested on: Hellfire Dripper (Around 0.4 ohm's, 17-20 watts)

As the description says, this is a tobacco and vanilla blend. For me it brings back some memories from when I started out vaping. One of the first flavours I kind of landed on as an all day vape was the "American Red" from DV (that was re-branded by Totally Wicked and named "Marlbury" back in the days). It's been ages since I vaped that juice so I can't really tell how similar it is, but there I definitely get some of the same flavours. Again, a very well balanced juice, and even thought the flavours are quite mild, it still feels like they've packed a lot of flavour in there. I wouldn't say it's a tobacco that aims to duplicate cigarettes, but I don't think that's what they are aiming for either. It's got a great sweet taste of vanilla without being too sweet, making it an excellent candidate for an all day juice for me.

All the juices I got from Decadent Vapours for this review have been 50/50 VG/PG and 12 mg/ml nicotine. The vapour production is great on all of them and I have to say I look forward to trying out the rest... well most of them at least, cause I do see a flavour in there that I don't really care for, but who knows... maybe it will work better as an e-juice. I'll write the next reviews ... when I feel I've got enough empty bottles.

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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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