This is one tasty carnival treat you’ll have a hard time passing up. If you like sticky gooey fair foods, I’d highly suggest giving Milk of The Gods a try, you will not be let down!
Vapors anonymous is an eliquid line/brand sold by the manufacturer Vape Craft, just to be clear. You can either google vape craft, and find the vapors anonymous line-up for sale on their website, or search vapors anonymous directly, and find the liquid online elsewhere.Flavor Profile –
Creamy caramel flavored Eliquid with a surprising twist of golden nectar and a hint of cinnamon.
Just a little side though for me on the name of the flavor: Milk of the Gods; It’s good, but after reading the flavor profile, I was somewhat disappointed that I would not be experiencing a milk inspired vape of sorts. Still though, I really like what Vape Craft did with the branding of the Vapors Anonymous line; it’s just nice, clean, and a refreshing step in the right direction.
Caramel upfront with some a mix of different apples on the backend (maybe even a baked green apple with some cinnamon?) The aroma reminds me of a caramel dipped apple actually, it comes through as really creamy.
Front: Super creamy; like a multi-layered creamy thing going on here. There’s some sugar mixed in, and hints of light caramel to boot. I don’t really pick up on any notes of apple yet, but the vape has a nice clean mouthfeel. The sugar level is approachable this time, and no where near as syrupy as The Sponsor.
Mid: Ok, there’s a nuanced flavor in Milk of The Gods, that I am having a hard time putting my finger on. It’s rather approachable, and could be an addition of kosher salt perhaps. This would make sense, as the caramel has increased in intensity adding to the chewy mouthfeel of the vape. If that wasn’t enough? I get more citrus flavors; I’d be willing to bet of the apple variety, but still not sure at this point.
Back: The apple in Milk of The Gods finally comes through. Everything together: the lightly salted caramel, creams, sugar, and apple juice make for the perfect combination. I’d compare it to a candied apple at the carnival, or even a caramel apple chewy candy.
Aftertaste: The sugar level in Milk of The Gods weren’t huge, but could’ve been enough to ruin the aftertaste. There was a short lived lingering taste of salted caramel on my palate; but this flavor vanished wthin a few seconds.
Regular price: $22.99 (price per/60ml)
Bottles/Sizes: 30, 60ml
Available Nic: 0, 3, 6, 12 and 18mg (nic salts used)
VG/PG ratio: 70/30
Falcon Resin 25mm Sub-ohm tank from HorizonTech. I know there’s a lot of people who vape strictly out of tanks, so I picked the resin up in an effort to provide some ejuice reviews for all you sub-ohm tank heads!
ADV? The flavors and aromas playing together here should, in theory, make this an easy yes. But for some reason, I just don’t think I’d be able to vape this one non-stop.
Recommendable? If you like caramel apples from the caravel, Milk of The Gods would be worth trying.
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