Java Joe…if nothing else screams coffee about this, I don’t know what will. This little gem came onto the Detroit Rock Candy site, and I scrambled to be the first one to purchase a bottle. Guess I’m living up to the name, huh…
The website lists this as the flavor profile:
“Caramel colored skies over tropical beaches inspire this Caramel Macchiato vape”
Presentation: This comes in a colorful carton/box with depictions of a sunset over an oceanfront with palm trees on the shore. In the middle of the ocean is a man picking a woman up out of the water. Everything from the logo to the design gives the impression of something with great attention to detail.
The back of the carton lists Ingredients, Warnings, “For Adult Use”, along with all the information about the manufacturer. The right side features a QR codes for Apollo Vapes’ website. All of this information (minus the QR code) is equally represented on the bottle.
Flavor: Not to give way to other coffee flavors, this one goes right for the jugular in a fancy coffeehouse/Starbucks approach with a Caramel Macchiato. This one kicks off with a sweet caramel. The exhale carries through with a combination of a smooth caramel finish and tangy coffee. Neither the coffee nor the caramel seemed to be too rich or too heavy in flavor.
I think what really adds to this is the aroma of a rich caramel. It’s not super sugary scent but more of a subtle note that brings the flavor out even more with every vape.
Cloud Production: This gives off every indication of being a 70VG/30PG blend from consistency to the cloud production. Thankfully this doesn’t kill the cotton as quickly as most other caramel/coffee flavor vapes do. Cloud production was pretty dense and maintained a pretty consistent amount of time.
Nicotine Strength: 0mg, 3mg, 6mg
Bottle Size: 30ml, 60ml, 120ml
If you guys want to check out this and other great flavors, go check out the Detroit Rock Candy website or click the link below for Apollo E-Cigs for the larger sized bottles.
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