Juice Review: Penelope Peach from 50 Shades of Custard

The seductive ladies snuck into my tank yet again.  This beauty, called Penelope Peach, is unlike any peach flavor you have tried before.  And…well let me just explain.

“Our insatiable custard captures exquisitely ripened mellow Georgia peaches into its full-bodied creamy clutches to produce this delectable recipe.”

Packaging: This bottle features more of the domineering approach on the art.  “Penelope” is an anime style airbrush character, complete with sunglasses, tattoos all across her neck and chest, and suspenders covering her large…

As with the other bottles, the flavor name is listed at the bottom along with nic strength, PG/VG ratio, and social media links.  The far left side features a huge nicotine warning in big letters, while the right side features all other relevant warnings and an ingredients list.

Flavor: Right out of the gate, I got a very fragrant start to the peach flavor.  It’s not an overly obnoxious perfume start, but enough to make me take a step back.  This is rounded off with a custard where “if you blink, you’ll miss it”.  Most peach flavors have a gummy finish to replicate a candy vape, however this has a pretty delicate baked peach finish.

Cloud Production: This 70/30 blend has some pretty awesome cloud production.  While the cotton may not make it through the war, it seems to last much longer than most other flavors in the same profile.

Bottle Size: 15ml (as sold in the Sexy Six sampler), 60ml unicorn

Nicotine Strength: 0mg, 3mg, 6mg

Final Thoughts: While this may not be at the top of my favorites list, I can see great potential in mixing this juice (as you can read more about here).  It’s nice to see peach taken down a different path than what you normally see, and this just goes to show the total versatility of custards in any kind of vape.

Check out this and other awesome 50 Shades of Custard flavors here.

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