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Fresh & Sour - Sour Apple Review - eJuice.Deals

Fresh & Sour - Sour Apple Review

There really are limited options when it comes to sour vapes. Not many come close to having what is really called a sour kick. This flavor comes closer to the mark, but you have to imagine more of a granny smith apple kind of sour, not a Sour Patch Kids or Sour Skittles. It has a wonderfully smooth fruity inhale, and lightly sour exhale. It is a very simple flavor, with a gentle throat hit of nicotine. The liquid is clear and watery, which is a good thing because it won’t kill your coil like many e-juices do.

This juice is a great vape for those wanting to have a little nicotine but not an intense throat hit or thick e-juice texture that will clog your coil. This is one of my favorite apple flavored e-juices, and I recommend it as an all-day vape, especially for vapers who want to gradually include nicotine into their vape diet.

But I will say that due to its lightness, I wouldn’t recommend this as an extremely strong fruity flavor. Think of it as like a green apple garnish, something simple as opposed to an actual apple flavoring. The 70/30 VG/PG base allows for very puffy clouds with a light and simple scent that will have fill the room with your own personal cloud heaven

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