E-liquid Review: Milk and Honey E-juice from Cosmic Fog


I was contacted by Rolling Papers Express to see if I would be interested in reviewing their store and a couple of e-juices. I checked out the site to see if they were legit and they are so I gladly accepted the offer.

I picked out two e-liquids; Cosmic Fog’s “Milk and Honey” and Five Pawns “Castle Long.” This review will focus on Milk and Honey.

They call themselves Rolling Papers Express because they sell rolling papers but they also have a big selection of vape gear and e-liquids.

These guys have one of the best and most professional looking vaping websites I’ve seen.

They have an e-juice finder to help you find e-liquids based on your preferences for nicotine, VG percentage, price range, bottle sizes, and flavor profiles, which is something I haven’t seen on any other vape store.

Another cool service they offer is a price match guarantee. So if you can find a cheaper prices on anything they sell (UK prices only), they will match the price and include some freebies. I don’t know what those freebies are, but that’s what their price match page says.

They are located in the U.K. so shipping might take longer than expected to the U.S., but it only took 6 days for me to get my order so that’s not bad.

Okay, on to the review!

Product Specs:

$11.99 for 15ml glass bottle

Product Description: Close your eyes and imagine a vape lighter than air. You see fields of puffy marshmallows as far as the eye can see. The sky opens and sweet milk rains down. Open your eyes in time for the perfect note of rich honey to cap it all off. Finally you have arrived….in the land of milk and honey.

Dominant Flavors: Sweet Milk, Marshmallows, and Honey

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

VG / PG Blends Offered: 50% PG, 50% VG


I can’t smell any of the dominant flavors in this e-juice. It smells sweet though, but without knowing what the flavor is, I would never be able to guess it by the smell.


My setup for this review is the eVic VT (see my review here) at 60 watts and the Mutation Xv3 using a 0.54 ohm dual coil build.

The throat hit is a little stronger than I was expecting from a 6mg e-juice, but it’s not too bad.

The first thing I noticed is a creamy flavor, which is probably the sweet milk flavor they were going for, but I’m not able to taste the marshmallows or the honey. It tastes more like candy, than it does honey. It’s sweet, but doesn’t have a strong flavor. The flavor is mild enough for me that I could vape this all day.

What Other People Are Saying:

In general, most people classify Milk and Honey from Cosmic Fog as creamy and dessert like, with a sweet and rich flavor.

There were a couple of reviews that said Milk and Honey was not a very complex e-liquid, although both of those people said they still liked it.

There were also a couple of reviewers who said that the marshmallow flavor wasn’t very strong. One person said that it’s muted, and the other said that sometimes he can taste it and sometimes he can’t.

There was one person who thought it had a tobacco flavor. I can’t pull that flavor out at all.

Out of all the reviews I could find online, there was only one person that didn’t like anything about it. He even said he wanted to wash out his tank with nail polish remover! Not all ejuices are for everyone I guess 😉

Would I Buy It Again?

I can’t taste the flavors that Cosmic Fog is going for with Milk and Honey, but it’s tastes like a sweet dessert and I’m enjoying the flavor. Because I like, and since all of the other reviews I saw online say that Milk and Honey tastes like it’s supposed to, I feel comfortable recommending it.

Since it doesn’t taste like milk and honey to me, I most likely wouldn’t purchase it again for myself, but it already has a decent price at $11.99 per 15ml bottle, so if I saw it on sale at a local vape shop, I’d probably pick it up again.

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