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Shakes E-juice - Strawberry Shortcake Review - eJuice.Deals

Shakes E-juice - Strawberry Shortcake Review

Shakes E-Juice is a premium line that is delivered in 120ml Chubby Gorilla bottles. The line features 2 classic milkshake flavors we all have loved at one point.

Strawberry milkshake has got to be one of the oldest flavors in vaping history. A creamy milky flavor with strawberry added in makes it a classic favorite. Shakes E-juice gets in on the fun by coming up with this flavor, Strawberry Milkshake. Now this one doesn’t have any nicotine in it, so you get all of the flavor and no coughing fits caused by harsh throat hits. While I won’t go out screaming about how awesome the flavor is or that it’s the best on the market, I will say that it definitely captures the essence of a strawberry shake with its strawberry flavoring, and a light creamy exhale.

The e-juice has a watery consistency and the VG/PG blend of 70/30 makes it a good choice for beginning vapers who aim to be professional cloud chasers. It’s also an option for those who don’t want to sacrifice coils for the sake of a good flavor. The 120 mL bottle makes it a very smart buy for those who go through e-liquid quickly. So settle back in your seat and puff away on a classic flavor that will last throughout the day.

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