Juice Review: Morning from The Essentials

Beard Vape Co did a collaboration with Craft Vapery on this line called The Essentials, a solid all-day vape that appeals to damn near every flavor profile.

The Morning starts off as the following:

“An innovative doughnut-croissant hybrid delicately drizzled with a light lemon glaze and sprinkled with cinnamon and sugar, Morning by The Essentials is the sweetest way to start a sunny day.”

I ran this in my Crown tank, 0.25ohm coils at right around 70W.  Here’s what I picked up.

Flavor: Lemon is a tricky flavor for some pallets.  To some, it can come across as furniture polish or just very abrasive.  It’s not often that you find a sweet lemon flavor.  If you do, it’s usually candy related.  To find a juice that gives you something that reminds you of a lemon glazed muffin or scone is talent on their part.  As you continue you to vape it, you might experience that flavor turn into a slight lemon sherbet flavor (but then again…your results may vary).

But if you are curious as to what the heck a dough-ssant is, check this out. What it translates to in a vape is a golden flaky base that doesn’t take away from the flavor experience.  And I can appreciate that.  A lot of work went into this flavor, and it shows.

Cloud Production: 70VG/30PG.  Not too shabby on the clouds, but it is a little bit of a coil killer.  Anything with the word “glaze” or the use of “cinnamon and sugar” could be a solid indicator if that happening.  Thankfully it didn’t happen too quickly.

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

Bottle Size: 30ml

Guys, make sure you check this out at Craft Vapery.  Click the link here and you will receive 20% off of your first month to try it out!

Thanks guys, and until next time…vape on!

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