Juice Review: Tribal Turtle by Tattoo Vape

I always wanted to get a tattoo.  In my mid 30’s, a tattoo seems to be further and further from my mind.  Yet recent events have spawned even more discussion about tattoos.  First there was the discussion about tattoos in the upcoming Vapun magazine, then there was a review on Red Fox Vape’s YouTube channel about this company called Tattoo Vape.  The flavors are named after typical tattoos that people might get.  And while a turtle may not make it on very many people’s bodies, there are some who prefer their turtles to have a little tribal in their step.

The flavor for Tribal Turtle is described as “Caramel and Banana Cream.  The perfect marriage of seven different flavors to produce our highest demanded E-juice, Tribal Turtle.  If you are a lover of ripe bananas covered in a smooth delicious caramel and topped with cream, you will never vape another e-juice again”

Packaging: I should start this out by saying there are two different options with these flavors, a Max flavor and Max Clouds edition.  For the Max clouds edition, the label starts with the Tattoo Vape logo with information listed below regarding hand crafting and the bottling (including our good friends at Mad Buck Vapes!!).  There is also the ISO-6 lab icon.  The far left side shows the tribal turtle along with nic level and the Max Flavor/Max Clouds option.  The far right side shows warnings and ingredients.  The stark difference is the Max Clouds option is against a black background, while the Max Flavor is against a white background.

Flavor: (This was run in both a Pulse BF squonk kit and a Kylin Mini RTA tank).  Obviously this would pique my interests based on the dessert nature.  What threw me for a loop is how much flavor is actually in the “Max Clouds” edition.  In a RDA, I noticed more of the ripe banana flavor with a full bodied depth.  The tank helped to bring more of a sweeter caramel finish.  Either way, I got the taste sensation like I was biting into a banana cream pie with a little bit of caramel drizzle on top.  This wasn’t too powerful on the ripe banana or the sweetness, giving a nice smooth finish at the end.  Now if I can only remember where I put my coffee…

Cloud Production: This 80/20 blend has some pretty remarkable cloud production.  Full shape that doesn’t dissipate quickly, and that is not something that can easily be said about many bottles.  I didn’t notice a great deal of cotton gunking, but my coils definitely got some extra gunk in the trunk (…maybe I should have stated that better).

Bottle Size: 60ml, 120ml

Nic Strength: 0mg, 3mg, 6mg

Final Thoughts: I enjoy a good banana flavor from time to time, but not many have left me with the impression of eating a slice of pie quite like this did.  Combine that with a smooth finish and great cloud production, and you’ve got a pretty solid ADV (at least in my book!)

Check out these guys at Tattoovape.com, and tell them CoffeeFuel sent you!


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