Juice Review: Elbrus by Adirondack Vapor

“Tangy orange is mixed with bits of mango, a hint of papaya, strawberry, and notes of other fruit.  Elbrus is finished with a mild cooling exhale.  Very refreshing and sweet!”

Guys, for the last couple of days I have felt like absolute crap.  Between the huge cold front that came in towards the weekend last week and my dog feeling sick, I was just emotionally drained.  Then after mowing the yard yesterday, my allergies were on high alert.  Needless to say, I really didn’t want to do anything.  No liquid seemed appetizing enough to vape on and write a review.

But then this little majestic beauty stepped in to save the day.

Let me explain.  I mentioned before about how I don’t do fruity vapes.  I tend to stick to more dessert/bakery style vapes but I have been known to be adventurous from time to time.  What seems to work for me is the “cooling sensation” that was mentioned above.  I have seen quite a few juices that will take fruit and mix in a menthol type flavor.  One particular one I tried a couple months ago took apple and mixed it with menthol for a crisp and refreshing take.

I felt like the menthol would have soothed my aggravated sinuses.  Last night it served as an incredible nightcap, and it helped me coast through the day pretty well.

Cloud Production: Pretty solid.  It’s pretty comparable to the rest of the Adirondack Vapor line, especially with this being part of their dripper line.

Flavor: Just…incredible.  I don’t have any other words to describe it.  The taste of fresh fruit with a very balanced menthol taste.  Neither one is too heavy for me.  I would probably use this as an all-day vape, even with not being a fan of fruit blends.

Until next time…


2 Comments Add yours

  1. Yum…I’m currently fighting a cold and the only thing I can tolerate vaping right now is my ice berry. This sounds like something I would like.

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