All juices are judged on 3 categories Throat Hit, Flavor, and Vapor Production on a scale of 1 to 5 with 5 being the highest. Then I give a quick summary of my impressions. blah blah blah
All flavors are 18mg and vaped on freshly charged XL Diamond Series Manual using fresh blank Wow Cartos.
* Gravity Disclaimer Applies: Taste is not subjective, if it does not taste the same to you..I'm right you're wrong!
Throat Hit: 3.5 - 3.75
Vapor Production 3.75 - 4.0
Upon the initial millisecond of the inhale I instantly detected the cool mint as the coffee flavor comes into play. The coffee flavor seems to be a full bodied heavy blend variety with a well-balanced slightly nutty aroma. Unlike a French or Italian roast there is no bittersweet aftertaste left in your mouth. A characteristic of coffee can be a chocolaty quality so I’m not sure if there is chocolate or this is just a characteristic of the coffee flavoring. The mint makes it a little difficult to pin down the coffee flavor.
As the inhale progresses both flavors combine with neither overpowering the other. It seems like the mint base is similar to Peacemaker minus any heavy menthol qualities. The exhale seems like kind of a wash with the mint flavor barely surpassing the coffee flavor. One thing that struck me is how the coffee flavor only seems to come alive on the inhale.
I tried this flavor on a Wow and Cool Carto along with a P.T. and the differences were quite notable. This flavor is best vaped warm so I would suggest using a Wow Carto or a P.T.
The juice itself is a very light amber color like Wow555, but thicker in viscosity. It absorbs well into the cartomizer and works well with a syringe. The vapor production was better than the Wow line so I am guessing something in the 72/28 range. I would probably dedicate a carto to this flavor given the fact that both flavors are strong.
Throat Hit: 3.0 - 3.25
Vapor Production: 3.75 - 4.0
Java Junction maybe one of the best Coffee flavors I have ever tried. Not sure if any coffee afficionados or baristas would agree but this seems like a very well-balanced medium blend with a subtle sweet hook at beginning and the end. It's not a coffee and cream sweetness nor is it a coffee and sugar sweetness....it's something else. It's not caramel....it maybe vanilla or a dash of hazelnut because I taste something sweet on my lips and tongue. The coffee flavor is very robust, lively and full bodied, unlike the heavier roast or espresso type flavor in Java Mint. If I had to compare it to a specific blend...maybe a Juan Valdez or a Buen Dia, certainly a Columbia type. Funny thing is this maybe the same base as Java Mint, but Java Mint just seems heavier due to the mint.
There is no bitter aftertaste like a french roast and the flavor stays consistent on the inhale and exhale. I keep coming back to figure out this sweetness factor by tapping the manual button and taking short draws but I can't nail it down. Regular coffee doesn't have that sweet hook so this is puzzling. Java Mint has a little stronger Throat Hit to it but shares the same vapor production so I'm thinking another 72/28 ratio. As long as there is coffee brewing nearby you could stealth vape this flavor. Not really sure how you would hide the vapor cloud though. The nutty coffee aroma does linger for awhile.
I wonder if I can taste it while drinking coffee? The juice itself is similar in color to Java Mint a very light amber. Seems a little thinner in viscosity and absorbs well into a carto so no syringe issues. I would probably dedicate a carto with this just to ensure nothing alters the flavor. There are a few notable difference between the Wow Cartos, Cool Carts and PT. Like Java Mint this flavor seems to do better on a Wow Carto or a PT.
Throat Hit: 4
Vapor Production: 4.5
I must admit I was a little biased even before I opened the bottle on this one. Still a little gun shy and green in the gills from Gunslinger I wasn't sure what to expect from Stogie. Not that Gunslinger is a bad vape, I just have that reaction from pipe tobaccos. After a 1 minute grimacing stare down with the filled carto I tossed caution to the wind and took a nice long draw. Upon exhaling all I could do was smile and nod my head in approval.
Stogie is a great blend of mild cigar tobacco and what I believe to be white chocolate. It has a rich full bodied flavor with a surprisingly lighter than expected throat hit. (still gunslinger shy) The inhale and exhale is very smooth with the chocolate rising above the mild cigar tobacco. I was only allowed 1 vape before Mrs. Snow bum rushed my office and said, "Out...take that outside now!" So you can just give up any ideas of stealth vaping this flavor as the aroma lingers....forever. Hmmm....I'm starting to think she doesn't like the smell of cigars.
How close is it to a real cigar? After every exhale I keep expecting to spit out little pieces of tobacco. For me e-juice white chocolate flavoring actually taste like milk chocolate. While Chocolate has distinct mocha taste to it. To me, this is the defining difference between Aces & 8's and Stogie.
The juice itself is root beer brown in color and absorbs into the carto easily. I would definitely dedicate a carto to this juice given it's distinct flavoring. Stogie performs equally well on a Cool Cart or Wow Carto with a notable vapor production difference at 5v on the P.T. The abundant vapor production leaves me thinking that this is close to a 65/35 PG/VG ratio.
Again...a tip of the hat to the juice-masters, very well done.
Throat Hit: 2
Vapor Production: 1.5
Of all the newly released Vapor4Life USA flavors this one has... I’m sad...to say fallen far short of it’s peers. The flavor is almost undetectable with just a wisp of vanilla, maybe some peanut…it’s so faint it really is hard to tell. It does leave a sweet nutty taste on the lips and tongue but that taste never seems to appear on the inhale or exhale at all.
Oddly enough the one thing I taste the most is simple PG which explains the lack of vapor. I tried my best to give this flavor a fair shot which included steeping it for a week. I tried it on Wow Carto and a Cool Cart but the results were identical. When I put this on a PT as I had noted to Morandir, it really falls apart and scorches at 5v.
The juice itself is light amber in color and absorbs into a Carto easily. No worries about a dedicated carto whatsoever on this one as the flavor will easily wash out. As for a ratio…I don’t know…90/10…similar to many juices in the Premium Line. As for the “taste is subjective” that’s fine, I’ve only tasted around 100 juices so far I may not know what I am talking about.
I have given reviews on juices I don’t care for but I have always been fair. Gunslinger was not my cup of tea, but it delivered what it promised with a great pipe tobacco flavor, good throat hit, and vapor production which I gladly noted. This is different
Sorry but I just can’t put lipstick on this and send it on it’s way. The juicemasters and the staff at Vapor4Life know I have nothing but love for them, but this flavor sorry to say needs a complete overhaul. I feel bad…. It would be easy for me to lie, but that’s just not my thing. If this was Egg Nogg or Pumkin Pie I would be saying the same thing.
Double-Barrel Cherry/Berry Cherry
Throat Hit: 3.25 - 3.5
Flavor: 4.25 - 4.75 (starts at 4.25…12 draws later it is a 4.75)
Vapor Production: 4
Of all the fruit flavors Cherry maybe the most if not one of the most difficult to replicate. When I first tried this flavor a week and half ago the cigar flavor was spot-on-target. But the Cherry flavor really fell apart, it seemed chalky and a little funky…like a children’s cherry flavored cough syrup or a St Joseph’s Childrens aspirin.
After steeping it the Cherry flavor has gotten a lot better and more balanced. The chalky factor has certainly disappeared and the mild cigar flavoring couldn’t be any better. For those familiar with cherry flavored tobacco wraps or cherry flavored cigars like a Corona or a Tatiana, this may just be your vape. The flavor gets better after the first dozen or so draws.
Cherry is definitely the predominate flavor but the cigar flavoring gets stronger as you progress through the inhale….yet it never overpowers the cherry….same goes for the exhale. It leaves a very pleasant and clean aftertaste of cherry which is not perfumey or overly sweet. There is no sweet cherry syrup residue left on your palate or lips. Oddly enough it doesn’t really have a lingering aroma….at least my wife hasn’t said anything and that’s a good indicator.
The juice itself is a dark iced tea brown and flows into a carto easily. Like Stogie it has a surprisingly mild Throat Hit and does well for vapor production. Now, when I say that…it doesn’t mean it is absent of a Throat Hit, but it certainly is not as strong as Aces and 8s or Gunslinger. Until the recent release of Stogie most cigar flavors I have ever tried have a pretty strong Throat Hit.
I do think this is a flavor that needs to steep for a week and you need to get about 12 draws on itfor the flavor to balance out. But once it does balance out it is a very pleasant vape that is hard to put down. I would put the PG/VG ratio somewhere around 65/35. I think a Gun Barrel Peach would make a fine addition to this line as well.
Oops...I forgot to mention that there is a notable difference between the Wow and Cool Cartos. These cigar flavors really seem to like the heat an get more pronounced on the cigar end with a Wow Carto, even more so on a PT. At 5v this really puts out some great vapor.
Glad I revisited this flavor.....and no...this one is not up for grabs.
Aces & 8’s
Throat Hit:........... 5+++
Wow…the TH and lung-punch on this flavor are banging and maybe the strongest of the entire Vapor4Life line up. The TH reminds me of Wow Cowboy but stronger. I think Morandir touched on this, that the TH is so strong I feel like I am vaping at 36 mg, yet my face isn’t numb. The first thing I taste on the inhale is a mocha chocolate which transcends into a rich cigar taste. For those experience cigar smokers I would compare the tobacco taste to a Garcia Vega after you dipped the butt into a cup of hot chocolate. The exhale seems to play a trick on you as it starts off with a very subtle almost muted mocha chocolate taste, then the cigar flavor really comes through, but it ends on mocha chocolate note. Cigar smokers or ex-cigar smokers looking for a cigar vape will like the very sweet familiar lingering tobacco aftertaste on the lips and tongue at the very end
It’s hard to put my finger on the PG/VG ratios on this one which in most cases can be determined by vapor production or the thickness of the juice. If I had to guess I would say it’s close to an 80/20 since the flavors are so strong, the vapor production is somewhat limited, and it absorbs easily into a Carto. Unlike most flavors, this flavor carries a lingering aroma, so others around you will definitely smell it even after you have stopped vaping it. Zero issues with filling Cartos using an 18 gauge needle for syringe fillers. The juice itself is brown in color similar in color to Ice Tea and should be easy for Carto cleaning.....but I would stay with the same flavored juice for refilling on this one.
There was no noted difference in any of the categories between using the XL battery and the Pass-Through. If there was ever a step-down flavor in the mg rating, this might be the one. Between the flavor and the throat hit I could see myself vaping this at 12mg. For some reason this flavor reminds me of camping and hanging out by the campfire.
If you like or liked Cigars, I think you will like this flavor.
Throat Hit: 3.75 - 4
Vapor : 3.5
As I mentioned before I am not a fan of many fruit flavors. I find they tend to not be true flavors and seem to carry a kind of perfume/chemical taste to them. When I say true flavor I mean they don’t taste the same on the inhale and the exhale. As well, they always seem just a little off, like somebody giving you a Pepsi, but telling you it's Coke.
Outlaw Apple is an exception to this as my taste buds instantly jumped up to do the happy dance. I’m not sure if there are any Apple aficionados out there but it reminds me of a mix between an Idared Apple and a Sour Green Apple, sweet with just the right amount of tartness. But not overly sweet or overly tart, it strikes just the right balance. Yet when I lick my lips after the exhale I get that sweet Sour Green Apple taste.
I must say, for a fruit flavor this really packs a surprising Throat Hit. Most fruit flavors have a rather mild almost non-existent throat hit but Outlaw Apple isn’t one of those. The stronger Throat Hit is captivating in the sense that I don’t find myself needing to take another draw right away. You really feel like you are vaping something with substance, as such the satisfaction last a couple of minutes between draws.
It has a true flavor on both the inhale and exhale which is something I applaud. The apple after taste is very clean, not like some strong sugary flavored apple syrup. The juice itself is Orange in color, absorbs well into a Carto, again no problem with 18 gauge syringe. As for PG/VG ratios I am going to guess around a 75/25 due to vapor production. Without getting into details there are recipes for increasing or decreasing Vapor Production outside of just PG/VG ratios.
All in all this is delicious and if you are a fan of anything Apple you won’t be disappointed. Again, I can see myself vaping this at 12 mg simply due to the great flavoring and impressive Throat Hit.
Peacemaker- Menthol lovers take note
Throat Hit: 2.5
Vapor Production: 4 - 4.25
Upon the first half second you ever inhale Peacemaker your brain says, “Hey it’s Wow Peppermint”. After that initial half second passes you realize this flavor is different in a number of ways. Wow Peppermint has a sweet Candy Cane syrup-like taste with a very light Menthol to it. The flavor starts on the inhale with the Peppermint, half way through the inhale the Menthol kicks in. The 2 blend together for a very clean and cool exhale.....very nice.
Peacemaker is more like popping 3 or 4 Altoids or chewing up a mouth full of Peppermint Lifesavers where the Menthol just reaches out and smacks you upside the head. Mentholers are a funny breed, they love menthol but there are limits because it has to be clean, crisp, and strong enough to actually feel it without going overboard.
If you are not a Mentholer…it’s hard to describe. The closest thing in the Vapor4Life line up would be the Menthol you find in Wow Nuport. So if you like Peppermint and you love Menthol, this may just be the perfect vape for you. It seems like the Juicemaster really strived to get the maximum dry Peppermint taste and paired it with the strongest Menthol in a way that neither consumes the other. Chain vapable? You better believe it.
I thought this flavor was great on a battery until I put it on a Pass-Through and discovered it only gets better.
The TH is very light which is surprising for how strong the flavor is. Again, this is a very dry crisp balanced Peppermint taste, not syrup-like. Unlike Wow Peppermint there is no lingering sweet candy like aftertaste in your mouth. It’s really fascinating how you can have a shared base Peppermint flavor that is so vastly different. I hope I catch a sinus cold this winter, this will be the perfect vape!
Vapor Production is very good and I was having fun blowing out thick vape rings…it brought back memories of a past life. As for PG/VG ratios I would guess it is somewhere in the 68/32 ballpark. The Juice itself is clear and absorbs easily. Due to the mellow Throat Hit I will probably stay at 18mg with this one. I would say this is a dedicated Carto flavor for all those Carto washers out there. Of course, you could wash out the Carto and put Wow Peppermint or Wow Nuport in it.
This would be a tough flavor to put in rotation with 4 or 5 different flavors. One would need to take a break for awhile, cleanse their palate thoroughly or their 555/RY4 might taste a little odd. Like the previous 2 flavors you might have issues trying to get away with stealth vaping this flavor unless you work at a Candy Cane factory.
Throat Hit: 5+
Vapor Production: 3.75 - 4
After reading Plantlvr’s review I get the “toasty” thing along with Morandir’s review noting how the throat hit is provided by the nicotine. No. 7 is intriguing for those that like to guess juice recipes because it definitely shares a lot of the characteristics of Wowboy, Cowboy, and Wow 555. My interpretation of it being “toasty” might be because it has very smooth almost buttery chocolate taste at the beginning of the inhale without a heavy chocolate overtone, which I know makes no sense.
I find this flavor very hard to pin down and the only reason I note chocolate is the fact that the initial draw has that Wowboy character to it. On the other hand it also seems to share that initial buttery taste that you get with Wow 555. Once you get half way into the inhale it takes on a familiar analog peppery tobacco taste which is the nic coming through as Morandir noted about the Throat Hit. It seems like it creeps up on your throat and sinuses in first gear and by the end of the draw that peppery taste has you in 6th gear taching at 7,000 rpms.
So if that is a buttery chocolate I am tasting it combines well in a very subtle fashion slightly overtaking the peppery taste as the tobacco really comes through on the exhale.
I’ve actually had to rotate between the 4 flavors by taking a 1 draw every 10 minutes to try compare and contrast. Similar to an analog, that familiar peppery taste is left lingering on the tip of your tongue, throat, and sinuses well after you stop vaping. The tobacco taste is similar to Cowboy and not muted like Wowboy, it is somewhere in between.
For me what really stands out with this flavor is that familiar analog peppery taste. Those that survived the great 2011 Wowboy and Wow 555 drought, I think your alternative has arrived. If you don’t like the peppery characteristics of analogs this may not be your cup of tea. It made me sneeze a few times tickling my sinuses. I like the flavor, but I gave it a 4.5 on flavor only because I can’t figure it out. It’s a great blend, one that would do well if you put it in rotation with Wowboy and Wow 555. If liking it was a category I would definitely give it a 5.
No. 7 shares the same amber color of Wow 555, absorbs well into a carto, and I would guess the PG/VG ratio is somewhere around 70/30. If anything it might be a little lower on the PG end because it produces more vapor than Wowboy or Wow 555. This is another vape that will get you in trouble attempting to be stealthy. It does leaves a very strong tobacco smell lingering in the air. It does seem the tobacco taste is further enhanced when I put it on the Pass-Through. As for Carto washing, I think you could get away with washing this flavor out of a Cartomizer to use with a different flavor.
Am I happy with this review? Not really because I wish I could pin this down better. The good thing is I’m happily frustrated because I really like the flavor. In any case if you are analog tobacco lover I think you will enjoy this flavor. It will be interesting to read how others interpret and describe this flavor.
Throat Hit: 3
Vapor Production: 3.75 - 4
Are you a fan of Pipe Tobaccos? If you are then get ready to fill your holsters up with bottles of Gunslinger. I find this flavor to be a straight-up pipe tobacco with a mellow chocolate blend to it. When I put it on the Pass-Through it seems like I can also detect a hint, a whisp, a miniscule amount of cigar tobacco. You almost have to play with the vapor, chew on it, and you can catch just enough of it.
This Juice will definitely be for a very select crowd of pipe tobacco lovers. Perhaps the easiest of the flavors to review so far it has a thick consistency but there are no issues with using an 18 gauge syringe. Although I used to huff stogies on occasion, pipe tobacco has never been one my favorite things in the world of analogs.
Unlike Aces and 8’s there is no distinct lip-licking sweet aftertaste which is classic of a cigar. This is simply Pipe Tobacco through and through which leaves a pipe tobacco aftertaste in your mouth and oddly enough a Red Man chewing tobacco taste in the back of your throat.
I already know this is one flavor my wife is not going to let me vape in the house outside of review purposes. She closed my office doors and told me to open the window. This is the closest flavor to real Pipe Tobacco I have ever vaped and just like real Pipe Tobacco the aroma lingers around for a very long time.
Again, this is another flavor that will definitely get you busted trying to stealth vape. This would be perfect for a Pipe PV! The tobacco flavor is so strong it feels like I am vaping at 36 mg and I think I might be turning a slight shade of green from vaping it. I could definitely see stepping down to 12 mg on this flavor.
Although the tobacco flavor is very strong, it is not peppery at all. It goes in and out smoothly with a very robust burst of flavor on the exhale. It has surprisingly mellow Throat Hit which I was not expecting at all. Given the thickness of the dark juice which has a root beer brown color to it this flavor will require a dedicated Cartomizer.
Although this flavor is not my cup of tea, I think pipe and ex-pipe fans will definitely applaud this flavor.
Throat Hit: 3 (most fruit flavors outside of Outlaw Apple would be a 1.5 – 2)
Flavor: 4.85 (A little sweeter and it would be a 5)
Vapor Production: 4 (most fruit flavors I would give a 2.5)
This berry concoction is another flavor that is a little difficult to nail all the way down. It seems like it has a number of different combinations going on like Blueberry, Strawberry, Raspberry, and what I think maybe Coconut but I’m not sure. All I know is Morandir didn’t have a reaction to it so it could be something else.
All the berries seem to blend together in harmony with blueberry rising slightly above the rest. It is void of any perfume or chemical taste with a noticeable sweet tobacco kick. The first thing I noticed on the inhale was the taste of Raspberry/Strawberry. Quickly the blueberry kicks in and rides to the top of my tastes buds until almost the very end where the sweet tobacco decides to join the party.
On the exhale all the berry flavors come together equally and the tobacco seems to disappear. Although a slight sinus tickle reminds me that the sweet tobacco did indeed attend the party.
What’s really captivating about this flavor is the culmination of berry taste on the exhale and how clean it leaves your mouth. Some fruit flavors like RazzWow or Grape leave a lingering filmy aftertaste in your mouth. You can taste it when you lick your lips or on your teeth and tongue, but not Bandit Berry. I could only detect the subtle difference in the berry flavors on the inhale.
Like most fruit flavors the Throat Hit is almost undetectable until you get to the very end of the inhale draw. It’s somewhat refreshing to catch that Throat Hit at the end giving the vape a little added kick of substance.
Bandit Berry shares the same Amber color as Outlaw Apple and seems to have about the same PG/VG ratio. Excellent vapor production for a fruit flavor it may have a tad more VG in it than the Outlaw Apple. If you are a fan of Razzwow or Blueberry and want to try something with a little more kick than your standard fruit flavors you should enjoy Bandit Berry.
This juice is light enough I don’t think you need a dedicated Carto. Your Carto could be washed out and used with other juices. Because it has a very mellow taste I think those folks that have fruit flavors as a part of their daily go-to juices can add Bandit Berry to the rotation.
Throat Hit: 2.5
Flavor: 4.75 (a little sweeter and a little more Pineapple for a 5))
Vapor Production: 3.75
Wind those blenders up, put a Passion Flower in your hair, and grab your most obnoxious Hawaiian Shirt because it’s time to hit the beach. From the second you pop the cap on Beach Bum and simply smell the juice…images of the beach pop in your mind. There is no avoiding the coconut aroma and it carries right through to the vapor.
For me Beach Bum is very similar to Bandit Berry simply substitute Pineapple and Coconut for the berries. These 2 flavors complement each other well as the Pineapple seems to be constant throughout the entire inhale. But the Coconut flavor seems to get stronger as you progress through the inhale. Again, like Bandit Berry you get that tobacco kick at the very end of the inhale. Unlike Bandit Berry the tobacco flavor seems to dominate the exhale.
The juice itself is a couple shades of amber lighter than Bandit Berry and absorbs into a Carto easily. The PG/VG ratios for both these juices seem to be around 70/30. A lighter juice ensures that Cartos could be washed out and used with other juices.
If you are a fan of Coconut or Pineapple you will enjoy having some Beach Bum hanging around your house.
Banana Breeze 18 mg
Throat Hit: 2.75 -3
Vapor Production: 3.75 - 4
Banana Breeze……..the name says it all! This juice has a wonderful aroma that sent me reeling back to my childhood when my mom would make Banana Jello Pudding. I really have to applaud the juice creators on this vape, who would of thought that a Banana Menthol could taste so good. The inhale starts off with a delicious sweet banana for about the first 1/3 of the draw. Then the menthol kicks in and both flavors ride side by side until almost the end of the draw. At the very end….somehow..like magic the Banana flavor rises above the Menthol. If you French vape (ie puff out the mouth and into the nose) you recapture that Menthol flavor.
The exhale is a nice blend, very balanced, like Peacemaker the Menthol is just the perfect amount. Mentholer will appreciate the familiar menthol feel in their lungs and sinuses. Banana Menthol……who’d of thunk it?
The juice is a reddish amber color like Wowboy and is easily absorbed by the Carto pfill. The throat hit is relatively mild, yet stronger than any fruit type flavors in the Premium line. The Vapor Production is rather impressive and something I wasn’t expecting from a fruit flavor. The after taste is very clean, not filmy or syrup-like, I was left with Menthol on the lips and throat, and Banana on the roof of the mouth. Given the vapor production I’d guess the PG/VG ratio on this is around 65/35. The Carto could probably be washed out and used with another flavor, but it may take a few rinses.
No real notable differences between Cartos, but the Passthrough does enhance the richness of the menthol and vapor output...which I kinda expected.
Colonel Caramel 18 mg
Throat Hit: 3.25 - 3.5
Vapor Production: 3.75 - 4
As an avid RY4 fan I couldn’t wait to get my hands on this juice. After vaping it I quickly discovered that this juice should not be considered as an alternative to RY4 or even mentioned in the same breath as RY4. It does share some minor characteristics, but outside of that this juice stands on it’s own.
There is no Cognac pop or sweet caramel that greets you like a classic RY4. That being said, this is a very mellow vape…a nice blend of Vanilla (might be French Vanilla) and Caramel. The Caramel is a little on the muted side, I tend to like my caramel a tad sweeter. The beginning of the inhale starts off with rich Caramel taste which is quickly joined by the Vanilla. The 2 flavors blend well together and stay evenly matched throughout the rest of the inhale and exhale. If there is tobacco in it, it is very subtle, so subtle I’m not sure if there is tobacco in it. Hahaha
The juice itself is red in color similar to Wow Peppermint and flows into a Carto easily. The vapor production leads me to believe that this juice is also around the 65/35 ratio. More Vapor than the Wow Line of juices, but not the cloud-making abilities of Peacemaker. The throat hit is a little stronger than Wow 555, Wowboy, or RY4, but certainly not overpowering, just enough to give it substance. Caramel and Vanilla are nice warm flavors and the throat hit doesn’t come until the very end. No real differences to note between Wow/Cool Cartos. It seems like I taste a little more Vanilla with the Passthrough....but it's almost not worth mentioning.
If I had to classify this vape…Tobacco…Fruit…Coffee..etc. I would say this is a Dessert vape. It makes me want to put some steamed milk into a snifter, toss in a shot of Frangelico, put my feet up and relax.