Vapors Anonymous by Vape Craft – TWELVE STEPS

Apricot and Honeydew with a sour kick. Twelve steps is an interesting blend, that won’t be for everyone. Thankfully, it’s tasty enough to make for a great vape either way.

 Before We Start

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 –  

Medley of fruits and a pinch of sour. A delicious apricot and honeydew exhale with a hint of sour to finish it off.

First Impression

Ok, I was honestly not that excited about Twelve steps AT ALL; I enjoy apricots and honeydew separately, but never imagined them working together as a flavor combination. Then add sour into the mix, and let’s just say I was not overly thrilled. I do love what Vape Craft did with the branding of the Vapors Anonymous line however; everything is clean, well presented, and professional.


I picked up on the sour addition immediately, it reminded me of a sour cabbage patch kid or a warhead (for anyone who’s old enough to remember those…). I was only able to pick up on hints of fruit, and had a difficult differentiating between the Apricot and Honeydew.


Front: Vapors Anon. wasn’t joking around about the sour addition, it’s definitely noticeable, and creates a light throat hit. I had to really shut my airflow down to pick up on any notes of apricot; no big deal, but they main players of flavor (apricot and honeydew) remained hidden until I made a large change in airflow halfway through my review.

Mid: I turned the airflow on the TMSquared down half way through this review, in an attempt to find some of the fruity characteristics of the vape; and I’m glad I did! Twelve Steps really came alive after my airflow adjustment. I stayed in the same wattage range, and was able to pick up on notes of sliced dried apricot, and notes of honeydew on the back-end of my palate. No sugars to note, which is probably a good thing.

Back: With the airflow cutoff (75% maybe more…), the fruits came alive. The apricot and honeydew combination seems to work really well together. Twelve Steps remains sour, but is much more of an afterthought (compared to the airflow open…).

Aftertaste: No lingering issues to note here. The same goes for all the liquids in the Vapors Anon. line, they’re all very clean and well rounded.

Pricing and Juice Information

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


Claptons from Saddlehorseblues on the deck of the Twisted Messes Squared RDA. I had the airflow adjusted all over the place during this review; everyPulsed on the Volcano E-cigs Lavabox DNA 200 (40-60 watts).


Throat Hit: Decent for a 0mg blend, I’d rate it 7/10.

Final Thoughts

ADV? I can’t believe I’m about to say this, but yes.

Recommendable? Most likely. It’s a one of those flavors that’s a bit different than your run of the mill ejuice mix.

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Josh is the Co-Founder, and sole content creator. He and has been vaping since 2014. He enjoys vaping anytime, but prefers to grab some E-juice, mod, and a beer late at night after a long day. Don't expect any "beating around the bush" here, if there's a topic that needs discussing, nothing get's left on the table.

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