Juice Review: Epiphany from Archive

Archive is one of those companies that I wouldn’t have associated with AVAIL, and those of you who follow my blog know my history with AVAIL.  A solid juice company that has a lot to offer to someone looking to break away from smoking.

These guys came to VaperSlam in March as one of the main sponsors.  The booth had a very sleek design to replicate an old bar in the 1920’s, to signify the possible looming prohibition in regards to vaping in the United States.  The juice has a similar attention to detail.

Here is what the AVAIL Wholesale website has to say about Epiphany:

“A perfect blend of sweet chocolate mix, coming straight out of the oven.”

Flavor: This is very close to a brownie mix, whether you lick the bowl clean or cut into a fresh brownie right out of the oven.  Lots of chocolate vapes don’t hit the pallet just right, either coming across too sweet or too bitter.  This one gets a perfect balance of sweetness with the milk chocolate bitterness to taste like your favorite brownie recipe.

The one main issue I have with this, though, is that perfume scent that lingers afterwards. This seems to be a regular thing with a lot of chocolate vapes, though.

Cloud Production: 80VG/20PG.  Really good cloud production, but the clouds don’t maintain the form for a very long time.  This does stain the cotton a fair bit too, but it’s to be expected with this type of flavor profile too.

Bottle Size: 60ml

Nicotine Strength: 0mg, 3mg, 6mg

Be sure to check out the rest of the awesome flavors at AVAIL Wholesale website!

Until next time, guys…vape on!

 

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