Juice Review: The Buster from Bad Modder Fogger

This pretty little bottle made me very reluctant from the beginning because of one word.  “Strawberry”.  I have to be very very careful with any strawberry blend because of my allergy to “ripe strawberry” flavors.

Here is what Bad Modder Fogger’s website lists as the flavor:

“This twisted strawberry blend breaks all the rules. This one will make a bishop kick a hole through the stained glass window. Not all custards are created equal and this one will surely galvanize your palate.”

I run into a lot of strawberry blends that just mix with sweet cream.  This one kicked it up a notch by taking on custard.  A bold move indeed, possibly why it’s called The Buster.

Flavor: As soon as the bottle opened, I got a very odorous smell of fresh strawberries mixed with a cereal base.  Whether they actually use cereal as part of the base remains a secret.  However, I will tell you this.  I did not taste the slightest hint of ripe strawberry in this.  I might be wrong (and in some ways hope I’m wrong), but I was able to vape this without any kind of reactions.  Definitely a huge relief.

What does the custard do to the strawberry blend?  Sweet strawberry mixed with a bold custard seem to clash one another and not necessarily blend together.  However, the right levels were in this flavor where one did not overtake the other.  As a result, the mix between the two flavors had a field day with my tongue.  One minute it’s spicy with the custard, then it’s sweet with the strawberry.  A fun vape to try, especially if you’re a strawberry fan.

Cloud Production: 70VG/30PG.  Like with most of the other line, this was pretty easy going on the coils with gunking.  Overall, a pretty solid cloud producer.

Bottle Size: 30ml, 120ml

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

 

 

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