Juice Review: Peppermint Candy Cane from Detroit Rock Candy

The holiday season is upon us once again, and it’s a time for reflection.  A time of caring.  And a time for DRC.

Wait…what?

Detroit Rock Candy has a staple in their product line for the past couple of years that signifies the Christmas season unlike anything else I have tried before.  This festive bottle…well….let’s just get into it.

Packaging: The classic Detroit Rock Candy logo set against a candy cane striped background with the word “Peppermint” in bold green letters at the top.  All of the warnings are on the left hand side (Nicotine warning, Prop 65, keep out of reach of children, etc.) along with the PG/VG ratio in very small letters.  The right side shows the nicotine strength along with the ISO-6 lab icon.

Flavor: If you’re like me, your first impression is a bold peppermint as in a chewing gum.  Heavy menthol that takes your breath away.  This is actually far from it.  Instead, I get the impression of a candy cane flavored butter mint. (The actual term is Peppermint Puff.  Click that link to see what I’m talking about).  Not too heavy on flavoring, and just subtle enough to keep even the tastiest winter day just a little more flavorful.

Cloud Production: This is more dependent on how you vape.  I was able to keep my cotton fairly clean on my RDA but I also ran it at a low-medium range (60-75 watts).  The flavor stays consistent even if the cotton does get a little gunky.  80/20 blend also produces some pretty killer clouds.

Nicotine Strength: 0mg, 3mg, 6mg

Bottle Size: 60ml glass bottle

Final Thoughts: I cannot think of a single Christmas season that I haven’t gone without this since I started vaping.  It’s a nice gentle flavor that just seems to bring the Christmas spirit around just a little easier.  Hopefully you guys will agree!!

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