Thursday, 9 April 2015

Juice Review: Djinni Range from Decadent Vapors, Part 2

I've got another 4 empty bottles here now, so it's time for Part 2 of my Djinni Range reviews. Again, all the juices I've tested have been 50/50 PG/VG and 12mg/ml nicotine strength, producing quite a lot of vapour and decent throat-hit.

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

The name of this juice suggests it would taste like jelly beans... but then... jelly beans comes in all kinds of flavours, so actually the name doesn't give it all away, but the smell of the juice suggests they've aimed for the fruity ones. Vaping it reveals that they've put a lot of different flavours in here. Almost like they wanted it to taste like all kinds of jelly beans. It actually tastes like you've just put your hand in a bag of mixed jelly beans and picked a few at random, and it kind of taste slightly different every time. Again, Decadent Vapours is spot on with their little slogan on the box: Insanely fruitful. Cause they really have put an insane amount of flavour into this one. I think it might be my favourite in this range so far.


New York 60
Tested on: Kanger Subtank (RDA @ 0.4 ohm, 20-25 watts)

Decadent Vapors describe this juice as vanilla and caramel, with hints of biscuit and coffee. Now I'm not sure I get the biscuit hints, but the vanilla and caramel is definitely the dominating flavours here. As for the coffee it tastes like the same dark, roasted coffee that they've put in the Café au Lait, and I think this really gives this juice a distinctive character. The coffee is by no means as strong as it is in the Café au Lait, but it plays an important role here as well. Kind of reminds me of those Starbucks coffee variants with a lot flavours added, so that there's just hints of coffee left. A great all day vape candidate in my opinion.

San Clemente
Tested on: Aspire Nautilus (1.6 ohm's, 15-17 watts)



Reading the description of this one I was expecting a really heavy cigar flavour with hints of blossom. But vaping it I almost feel it's a bit the other way around. I'm getting quite a lot of floral, almost spicy yet still very smooth flavours from this. When I first tried it it reminded me of the floral taste you get from some kinds of honey that I've tasted actually. The tobacco is still there but for me it's more in the background and it also really leaves an after-taste of tobacco after the exhale. Now I've never been a big fan of floral flavours, so for me I don't think this will be an e-juice I'd start vaping on a daily basis. But there is still something intriguing and very unique with it, and it is still growing on me, and as with all the juices of this range that I've tried so far I keep discovering new tastes even to the last drops of the bottle. The box says it's rolled, robust and original. I'm not so sure about the rolled and robust, but I'll definitely call it original as I've never tasted anything like it. It is quite a difficult juice to describe so I'll just have to recommend you try it out and make up your own mind. Again... don't just write it off if you don't quite like it at first... you have to vape quite a lot of it before you've discovered all of it's flavour notes.


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

The San Clemente didn't taste quite what I expected. The Zingo on the other hand, tastes, and smells, pretty much exactly as I expected. It's got a strong citrus smell, and an enormous amount of citrus flavour when you vape it. When you mix lime, lemon and oranges I'd expect the lime and lemon to be the dominant flavours and the orange to be more in the background sweetening things up a bit, and that is exactly how I think they've balanced this juice as well. They've done a great job in my opinion. It's really fresh, really zesty, really juicy and you get a lot of delicious citrus flavour from this one. Some of the citrus juices I've tried have had that artificial feeling about them, but this one tastes more like they've actually squeezed and equal amount of real limes, lemons and oranges in there. I imagine it will taste even better when summer comes around and it's time to hit the beach. Great mix again from Decadent Vapours.

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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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