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A feisty blend of pineapple and mango, with a creamy dragon fruit base. If you haven’t tried Mango Pitaya Pineapple from Charlie’s Chalk Dust, now’s the time!

Mango Pitaya Pineapple First Impressions:

Absolutely dig the branding on the PachaMama line from Charlie’s Chalk Dust. Their choice of colors on the label makes for a visually appealing product, and the font adds a nice layer of professionalism to the whole deal. The design is uniform from box to bottle, making for a classy hand-check no matter which you choose to hold!

I vaped a bottle of Peach Papaya Coconut Cream from the PachaMama awhile back, and really fell in love with the clean flavor. I liked it so much, in fact, that I decided to go back for seconds! Mango Pitaya Pineapple seemed like a interesting combination at the time – my only hope was that it would be able to hold up to my high expectations!

Mango Pitaya Pineapple Flavor Profile:

An exotic blend of mango, pineapple, and Pitaya which is also known as dragon fruit. A simple, perfect blend of fresh fruit flavors!


I noticed the juicy characteristics of the tropical dragon fruit immediately. Aromas of a tart squeezed pineapple and a slightly pungent mango served as the base. The smell reminded me of a tropical drink served beach side.

My Setup:

Dual framed staples on the deck of the 24mm Loop V1.5 RDA by GeekVape. Pulsed on my dual 18650 parallel box from Silver Steam Vapors. I kept the airflow half way open for the entirety of this review.


Front – Sharp notes of a slightly acidic pineapple blended with a sliced mango. The mix of these two fruits was pretty tart right off the bat, and would most definitely make for a decent throat hit in a 3-6mg. No sign of the dragon fruit yet. Very low sugar content makes for a super smooth vape.

Middle – I picked up on the first signs of Pitaya here – it creates more of a mouthfeel than an actual flavor, and adds a nice creaminess to the pineapple/mango blend. The layer of dragon fruit masks some of the acidity, and replaces it with a really nice juiciness. I’d compare the mango flavor to what you’d expect in a fruit cup, quite nice!

End – The pineapple was the first flavor to make an exit for me, followed by the juicy mango. What’s left behind is a nice mellow blend of a juicy fruit cream, that has been removed of all acidity and potency. I still be willing to bet that a bottle of 6mg would have a notable throat hit though!

Aftertaste – Similar to the first PachaMama flavor I tried a while back, this one finished clean as a whistle. No lingering on the palate at all, very nice!

Cloud Production:

The PachaMama line uses the standard 70/30 blend, so don’t plan on winning any cloud competitions with it. 70/30 are still my favorite viscosity as far as flavor is concerned though.

Product Info:

Size/s – 60ml

Available Nic – 0, 3 and 6mg

VG/PG ratio – 70/30

Price – $14.99 (Orig. $27.95)

Bottle type – gorilla style

Final Thoughts:

Recommendable? There’s some notable acidity in the liquid, mostly upfront. And although the liquid finishes smooth, I’d be somewhat hesitant to recommend it to a friend.

ADV? Probably not. I’m not much of a fruit person to begin with, and with the acidity level being so high, this one’s not likely to make it into my daily rotation.

Purchase Mango Pitaya Pineapple here.

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