Juice Review: Cake from D-Zerts

Lemon is an automatic “no” for a lot of people when it comes to vaping.  Whether it’s a Fruit Loops flavor with a oddly tart finish or something that uses lemon to it’s fullest advantage, a lot of people tend to frown upon it.  So understandably, you can understand my reluctance to try this one, Cake from D-Zerts.

The website describes it as: “A perfectly balanced lemon pound cake lightly dusted with powdered sugar”

Packaging: As with the Cappucino flavor, this has a very simple design on the bottle.  D-Zerts is featured in a light blue lettering with a stripe across the front.  There is a lemon poundcake with icing on top, which is an obvious sign of what flavor you are getting on this (thank God!!)  The PG/VG ratio, bottle size, and nic strength are all featured on the bottom of the label.  The far right side features all relevant warnings you would expect.

Flavor: Let me start off by saying that the lemon on this is a bakery lemon.  What I mean by that is the tart takes a backseat to a sweeter, tamer lemon flavor.  Not to say this isn’t full of flavor, because it is!  The level of lemon combined with a light sugary glaze tickles the taste buds without giving you vapers tongue.  It builds on the lemon flavor inhale to a solid poundcake exhale with just a touch of sweetness.

Cloud Production: As much as I say about the sweetness in the flavor, this 80VG/20PG blend has absolutely no added sweetener.  In saying that, the cotton on this lasts a very long time.  In fact, I didn’t have any reason to switch out my cotton during the entirety of the 60ml bottle.  With a higher VG level, the clouds on this were pretty impressive as well.

All in all, another one out of the park from D-Zerts and the fine people at E-cig Outlet

Bottle Size: 60ml

Nicotine Strength: 0mg, 3mg, 6mg

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