Rich lemon wafer cookie flavors with hints of cream and vanilla. This dessert e-juice will have you reminiscing about the prepackaged cream filled wafer cookies of your childhood!
The branding on Lemon Wafer is quite nice; the graphics are an exact copy from box to bottle. However, I’m not the biggest fan of the e-juice line name “Cookie King.” While I don’t mind it personally, I feel like it could be attracting a fairly young (perhaps even underage) crowd of vapers.
A delectable lemon wafer cookie.
I picked up on the wafer immediately. This one is definitely on the sweeter side, not overly so, but noticeable for sure. There’s a cream filling characteristic present as well. A tart lemon hides in the background, covered up by the notes of wafer and sugar.
Horizon Tech Falcon Resin Sub-ohm tank, on top the Volcano E-cigs Lavabox DNA 200. Coil head reads .20ohms on my mod, vaping at 45-60 watts with the airflow shut 1/3rd of the way down.
Front – I noticed the wafer immediately. There’s a hint of lemon mixed in as well, but it’s a bit overpowered by the sugar and wafer flavors. The cream aroma that I picked up on in the beginning is nowhere to be found.
Middle – You really get the full lemon wafer flavor at this point. This e-juice really comes alive the warmer when you crank up the wattage. There’s a nice velvety mouthfeel created by the cookie, and even some hints of vanilla in the background. It reminds me of the packaged lemon wafer cookies I used to eat in middle school. The sugar level remains fairly high, I’ll be interested to see how long the cotton in my coil head lasts.
End – All of the same lemon wafer characteristics are present. The vape finishes smooth and creamy. For the sugar levels being so high, the vape actually ends quite nicely.
Aftertaste – There’s a bit of wafer flavor left lingering on my palate after vaping. It’s nothing to extreme, but definitely worth noting.
For a 70% VG blend vaped out of a sub-ohm tank at 55 watts, I was chucking some seriously dense clouds.
Size/s – 100ml
Available Nic – 0, 3, and 6mg
VG/PG ratio – 70/30
Price – $24.99
Bottle type – Jumbo sized unicorn
I chose to test this liquid with a sub-ohm tank setup for a reason. Tanks utilizing a coil head are not known for their flavor production abilities, but such a wide range of vapers use them now a day, I wanted to challenge my palate and see what flavors I could pick up on!
I had to turn the wattage up to a decent level before I was able to realize a lot of the flavors in Lemon Wafer. 55-56 watts was the sweet spot for me.
The sugar level is pretty noticeable in Lemon Wafer, which takes some getting used to. The sweetness does not seem to effect the flavor production in any way, and I was actually quite pleased with the overall taste.
Would I purchase this flavor in the future? Yes. But that may change depending on how the liquid effects my cotton overtime.
Would I recommend Lemon Wafer to a friend? Yes.
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