This product was sent to me for free for the purpose of review.
All of their flavors come in 70vg/30pg ratios and are available in 0mg, 3mg, and 6mg nicotine.
I have never reached out to an e-juice manufacturer to request samples for review, but I tried Strawberry Queen e-juice at a convention earlier this year and I loved it so much that I couldn’t help myself. I got in touch with them and the owner sent me all four flavors.
This flavor is called “The Knight”
It’s described as “strawberries on cream.”
Strawberry Queen’s e-juice comes in nice glass bottles that resemble the colors of a strawberry. The bottles have a reddish tint, the label has strawberry seeds printed on it, and the cap is red with a green dropper, like the leafy top of a real strawberry. Very clever design!
The e-juice itself has a nice golden color to it.
I get a delicious candy-ish strawberry smell and just a hint of cream.
For this, I used the iStick 100watt TC at 16 watts with the Freakshow Mini on top. The Freakshow Mini is built at 0.85 ohms using a single coil at 2.5 millimeters in diameter. It’s a twisted coil designed to get a little more flavor and better wicking.
Right off the bat, this is an excellent flavor. The very first hit is delicious. It definitely tastes like strawberries over cream. That cream flavor is what you would typically find in a custard flavored e-juice.
I bumped up the device to 22 watts to get a little more vapor production and it was awesome. This is a fantastic e-juice.
Strawberry Queen has this recipe down perfectly. There’s a good balance of strawberry and creaminess.
I love custard flavors and this one tastes just like a strawberry custard. The flavor is nice and rich. If you like custards, consider giving this one a try.
The biggest drawback to Strawberry Queen e-juice is that it’s pricey. $20 for a 30ml is a little high, but if it sounds like something you’re interested in, pick it up here. (affiliate link)