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E-Juice Review: VapeWild’s Peanut Butter Bonanza E-Juice

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I bought VapeWild’s Peanut Butter Bonanza thinking it was simply a peanut butter e-juice. I didn’t look at the product page or read any reviews. I just bought the sample pack and picked names from the drop-down menu of flavors I wanted to try and a peanut butter e-liquid sounded interesting so I chose it. I went with a 65vg / 35pg blend and 9mg nicotine.

Product Specs:

Product Description: A delectable e-liquid blend of rich and creamy peanut butter with a bonanza of sweet bananas!

Primary Flavors: Peanut Butter, Banana

With the option to add 50% more flavoring

Nicotine Strengths Offered: 0 mg, 1.5, 3 mg, 6 mg, 9 mg, 12 mg, 18 mg, 24 mg

VG / PG Blends Offered:

  • VG 80%+
  • VG 65% / PG 35%
  • VG 50% / PG 50%
  • VG 35% / PG 65%
  • VG 20% / PG 80%

Smell:

After two weeks of steeping, it smells mostly like peanut butter with a hint of sweetness, but the sweetness is unidentifiable. After a good long steep (2-3 months), it smells just like peanut butter and banana.

Taste:

Before steeping, Peanut Butter Bonanza tasted like the peanut butter you’d find in one of those little snack packs you’d eat as a kid, which I like. I could only taste the flavor on the exhale. It had a mild throat hit and good vapor production. I’d say it’s decent without steeping, although the banana flavor is hardly noticeable.

After three weeks of steeping, I put Peanut Butter Bonanza in my Caterpillar RDA using a dual coil, 1.2 ohm build at 20 watts. It had a good flavor and a sweetness that it didn’t have before. After dropping it down to 7.5 watts I could really taste the peanut butter.

I decided to try it out again 3 months after recording the original video and somewhere during that time the flavor finally came in. It tastes just like peanut butter and banana. This time I used my Freakshow Mini, single coil, 1.2 ohms at 18 watts. The Freakshow mini is known for being a flavor-atomizer, so that might have contributed to the better flavor.

What Other People Are Saying:

I actually didn’t realize that Peanut Butter Bonanza was supposed to have a banana flavor until I read the reviews. A lot of people say it tastes just like peanut butter and banana sandwiches, which it definitely does after it has a good amount of time to steep.

Would I Buy It Again?

Yes! I probably wouldn’t have bought Peanut Butter Bonanza again after the two-week steep period, but the full flavor came in after a couple of months. The full flavor is awesome and I would have no hesitation in buying it again.

E-Juice Review: VapeWild’s Captain Munch – Captain Crunch E-Juice

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I ordered VapeWild’s Captain Munch e-juice when I first got into vaping, which seemed to be right when the cereal-flavored e-juice craze started. Vaping a cereal flavor seemed weird to me but everyone was talking about how good it is so I gave in to peer pressure and ordered some! I went with 9mg nicotine and 65vg/35pg.

Product Specs:

How VapeWild describes it: You know the cereal, now you can experience the e-juice. You can almost taste the crunch of this delicious Captain Munch e-liquid.

Primary Flavors: Cereal

With the option to add 50% more flavoring

Nicotine Strengths Offered: 0 mg, 1.5, 3 mg, 6 mg, 9 mg, 12 mg, 18 mg, 24 mg

VG / PG Blends Offered:

  • VG 80%+
  • VG 65% / PG 35%
  • VG 50% / PG 50%
  • VG 35% / PG 65%
  • VG 20% / PG 80%

Smell:

It smells sweet and kinda like Captain Crunch, but the idea that it smells like Captain Crunch could be in my head since I know what it’s supposed to taste like.

Taste:

Before steeping it hardly had any flavor at all. I wouldn’t have been able to guess the flavor if I didn’t know what it was. From the little bit of flavor that I could taste, I didn’t really care for it much.

After letting it steep for three weeks, I tried it in my old school Boge 510 dripping atomizer built at 2.6 ohms and set at 10 watts, which was too much for the Boge 510, so I dropped it down to 5 watts. It didn’t really have any flavor at either setting.

Next I tried it in my Caterpillar RDA set at 1.2 ohms and 7.5 watts and again, not much flavor.

What Other People Are Saying:

There are plenty of reviews on VapeWild’s website that say it tastes like cereal. Some people say it requires an extra shot and I would strongly agree with that because I can hardly taste a thing in this one. One reviewer said it tastes a lot better when mixed with Strawberries and Cream e-juice, which is an interesting recommendation. If I end up with some strawberries and cream at some point, I’ll try to remember to give it a try.

Would I Buy It Again?

I don’t care for this one. There’s just not enough flavor and from what I can taste, it sure doesn’t taste like Captain Crunch. I wouldn’t buy this one again.

Coil Master DIY Kit V2 Review

Coil Master sent me the Coil Master DIY Kit V2 for the purpose of review.

Before I received this DIY kit, all of my coil building tools were thrown into a little drawer that I keep next to my desk. It’s kind of like the junk drawer that most people have in their kitchen. I try to keep it organized, but it continues to get messier as I take supplies in and out of it.

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Aspire Proteus E-Hookah Vaporizer Review

I’ve been wanting to buy an electronic hookah head for several months now, ever since learning that they exist. They’re so expensive though and I just wasn’t sure how well they would work. Not to mention that even if I did buy one, I would only be using my hookah on the rare occasions when I have friends over. For those reasons, I couldn’t justify paying $100 or more.

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Pioneer4You IPV4 Review

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I know I’m a little late to the party on this one, considering how fast the vaping industry moves, but this is a seriously great device that I think will keep people happy for a long time. The Pioneer4You IPV4 is a 100-watt device that supports temperature control for nickel wire. It’s upgradeable to 120 watts and the upgrade adds support for titanium wire.

Gearbest.com sent me the Pioneer4You IPV4 for the purpose of doing a review and I’m really happy they did. I’ve been enjoying this one a lot. After reviewing the Smok Xcube II, I’m glad to get back to something that’s a little (or a lot) more basic.

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