Juice Review: Butter Shock from Blue Whale Vapor

Butterscotch and then some.  This little bottle was named after an awesome show on Vapers.TV called Shock Treatment with Josh.  I thought I would try something that had a slightly different flavor complexity, and this was definitely no disappointment.

Here’s the flavor profile from Blue Whale’s website:

“Fresh baked butterscotch and caramel pastry filled with a rich sweet vanilla creme dipped into a tall glass of cold milk. Complex flavors combined into a mouth full of delicious.”

Flavor: Something to keep in mind, this is a house blend juice.  As such, it’s made to order when you buy it.  At first when I got this, I got a very heavy custard type taste without much of the other flavors mentioned in the profile.  However, steeping definitely helped out with this one tremendously.

One Month Later: Deep and rich, this developed a sweet and savory mix that is unlike anything I have ever tried.  The butterscotch flavor really popped, along with light hints of the vanilla and caramel.  The milk undertones really show themselves on the tail end of the exhale.  While not really having a super deep base, I felt like the flavor was just creamy enough to make a good all day vape.  Plus, steeping for a month brought out this amazing golden finish on the liquid, as you can see in the picture.

Guys, I can’t stress this enough.  If you buy something like this from any house blend/made-to-order juice company, make sure you give these bottles at least two weeks to steep.  Sometimes the longer, the better.

Cloud Production: All of Blue Whale’s liquid is 80VG/20PG .  Never a disappoint with cloud production on this, and perfect for any dripper.  I’m very pleased with the cloud chucking on this one!

Bottle Size: 30ml, 120ml

Nicotine Strength: 0mg, 3mg, 6mg, 9mg, 12mg

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Until next time: vape on!!

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