Mt Baker Vapor Part 2 – Forestberry Fusion

Alright guys, it’s been a few days so it’s time to catch up on some product reviews.  This first one was the 2nd part of my lot from Mt Baker Vapor.  I wasn’t too keen on it from the get-go because I’m not usually into super fruity berry flavors.  Here is what the website has listed for the flavor profile:

“Get in touch with your inner forager with Forestberry Fusion, a stirring blend of berry tartness and dessert sweetness.”

I let this sit for a while after being in shipping limbo out in Arizona for about 3-4 days.  As soon as I opened the bottle, I got a HUGE whiff of berries.  It definitely was a perfume type of smell.  I usually don’t get that kind of a reaction when opening a fresh bottle, so that took me by surprise.

But what did it taste like?

Flavor: Tons of berries.  I tasted raspberry, blueberry, and a hint of blackberry all jumbled together into one bottle.  On the plus side, it didn’t taste like a bunch of sugar.  The flavor wasn’t terrible, didn’t smell like a bunch of candy berry flavors, and it matched what they briefly described above.  The downside is that it’s definitely not top notch.

Let me explain something about Mt Baker Vapor for a second.  Mt Baker is not an absolute top tier company.  From what I have experienced, they don’t have the absolute best flavor.  What they do have is some pretty affordable bottles (I mean c’mon, $7.50 for a 30ml bottle in a solid plastic bottle with a childproof twist cap is a pretty good deal.)  For those who are budget conscious, this is one of those options to consider if you wanted to dabble in other flavors without spending an arm and a leg.

Cloud Production: The clouds were pretty solid.  Not the biggest nor the thickest, but for an 80VG/20PG, it wasn’t too shabby.

In short, would I purchase this flavor again?  No, due to personal preference of the berry flavor profile.  However, I could definitely see myself going for a few other flavors instead….

Until next time….

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