Juice Review: Grinder’s Switch from Drip Culture

Packaging is such a huge detail to all companies, whether it’s vaping related or not.  So when this bottle was sealed incorrectly, I instantly got a negative feeling about Drip Culture.  Here’s what happened.

The plastic seal wrap sealed while the dropper was not on track.  It was at an angle.  So essentially, the dropper would not twist properly to close.  With all that aside, I decided to give this one a shot instead of tossing the bottle.

“Homemade banana pudding like Mom used to make! Layered with sweet vanilla cookies and topped with a dollop of whipped cream this banana pudding is a perfect creamy all day vape!”

Flavor: I have tried a lot of banana puddings that have a deep rich flavor, almost to the point of indigestion.  Others have a super light flavor and misses that filling sensation that you would normally experience with the actual food.  This one does a pretty good job of achieving both.  Vanilla cookie taste is pretty apparent on this, which is pretty cool.  I haven’t found many juices that could achieve that taste profile as good as these guys did (although there were a few times I wish there had been more).  The banana pudding flavor is super creamy.  What you end up with is a solid vape that hits multiple taste buds and, to me, gives an overall satisfying experience.

Cloud Production: 70VG/30PG, to what I can tell.  And surprisingly enough, it didn’t gunk up my cotton too quickly either.  On my dripper, I got a very awesome cloud output hit after hit.

Bottle Size: 30ml

Nicotine Strength: 0mg, 3mg, 6mg

So even though there was an obvious quality issue with this, I feel like the juice was impressive enough to overlook this issue.  Stay tuned and I’ll tell you guys more about the rest of the product line!

Until next time guys…vape on!

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