Flavahub is a company out of Malaysia who makes several lines of e-juice. They reached out to me to see if I would review their Ossem Juice line (pronounced “awesome”), which is a fruit-based line with a koolada kick. If you don’t know what koolada is, it’s kind of like menthol but with less of the menthol taste. It provides more of the sensation of menthol, rather than modifying the flavor much.
You can get Ossem Juice from FlavaHub.com or OssemJuice.com in 50ml bottles for $20.99. All of the e-juices in this line are 30pg/70vg and you can get it nicotine strengths of 0, 3, and 6mg.
I’ve actually reviewed Grape Drank before, but it’s the number one video that I get crap for, mainly for vaping it at only 10 and 20 watts. I published it in January 2016, but it was actually recorded in May 2015 right after I bought my first RDA, the Smok Caterpillar. That’s how I was vaping two years ago and how a lot of people were still vaping. Sub-ohm vaping at 100 watts or higher wasn’t a thing yet. This was a time when people thought 60 watts was high.
It smells like banana and it smells sweet. I can’t really smell the cream and marshmallow.
I definitely get banana and cream from the taste and maybe a little bit of marshmallow. The cinnamon is just barely there. It’s a pretty good e-juice though. I really liked this one.
If you’re interested in Hold The Door, you can get it from VapeWild.com in nicotine strengths in various levels between 0 through 12mg. You can also get various VG / PG ratios and bottles sizes. A 10ml bottle costs $2.99 a 30ml 6.99 and they have several other larger sizes.
VapeWild’s Yellow Dye #5 was given to me by one of my subscribers, Scott. As you can see from the video, the label says “Vape It Forward”, and being the cool guy that he is, Scott did just that. So thanks, Scott! And Vape Wild is really cool about sending free flavors like this in their orders, in case you’re wondering what that’s about.
I received three flavors from FlavaHub for their Fantastic Juice line. Flava Hub is from Malaysia and I just want to point that out because they might have different tastes than what I’m used to here in the U.S. and also because of shipping time and costs. I looked up shipping to the U.S. and if you go with 3-7 day DHL Express, it’ll set you back $25 just for one bottle. Registered Air Mail is much more reasonable at only $3.50, but it will take about 3.5 weeks.
This is made by Cyberliquids based out of Brea, CA.
While I was at work a few weeks ago, there was a big gas leak under the street right next to our building so the fire department evacuated everyone. I decided to walk down to the vape shop and I ended up with The Wafflecone Bluenana.
I received Smores for free for the purpose of this review.
Smores comes from a company named Loaded, which is actually manufactured by Ruthless Vapor out of Southern California. I recently reviewed their Glazed Donuts e-juice a couple of weeks and I thought it was pretty good. Not amazing, but good.