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Fresh out of the fryer comes cake doughnut flavor, moist blueberry and cream filling, and a buttercream drizzle for good measure. There’s a lot to love about Nirvana from Om Vapors!

First Impressions:

The branding used by Om Vapors is really quite nice. They use the same general graphic design on all their e-liquid lines, with some minor variations, which works to keep everything consistent throughout. Everything from the large white Om logo, to e-juice names and the colorful background images work to give their bottles a bit of character. You won’t find any cartoon characters or vulgar wording here, and they’re definitely not needed! This just goes to show that a little extra work put in on label design can pay off in a big way.

Flavor Profile:

A glazed doughnut with a warm moist blueberry cake center and buttercream icing to top it off. Inspired by Spalding’s, a shop that only sells fresh, same day doughnuts!

Smell:

The blueberry is really upfront. It’s comes off as slightly more of a fresh berry flavor than a candy wannabe. There’s some faint cake-y bread notes hiding in the background, along with a bit of buttercream. Matches the flavor profile to the T, this should be another tasty vape.

My Setup:

24mm Loop V1.5 BF RDA from GeekVape loaded with a set of claptons (.22ohms), pulsed on the lavabox DNA 200 device from Volcano E-cigs. I started with the airflow shutdown half way, and wattage turned up to 55 for this review.

Flavor:

Front – This liquid is a bit different flavor wise than I would’ve expected, but in a good way. Where the blueberries were more of a pronounced flavor on the nose; cake takes center stand. The dense white cake style dessert is lightly buttered, and has a bit of buttercream drizzle on top to round everything out. The fresh blueberries are still present, but come off as more of a blueberry and cream taste. Nevertheless, very good. Sugar levels remain extremely low, as with other Om Vapors liquids I have tried thus far.

Middle – As the vape progresses, the blueberries gain potency. Now they’re more of a main player, and have been dusted with a bit of white sugar. Om Vapors’ take on the cake doughnut was pretty spot on for me. It comes through as more of a dense white cake that has been baked at just the right temperature to establish that nice thick brown ‘crust’. Some additional sweetness from the buttercream really round everything off quite nicely, and works to create a pleasurable mouthfeel to boot!

End – Nirvana finishes with a light blueberry and cream taste, and a whipped buttercream for support. The buttercream has very limited amounts of sugar, and acts as more of a milk style icing with liquid butter added after the fact.

Aftertaste – As with every flavor I’ve tried from Om Vapors to date, the aftertaste is as clean as a whistle. No lingering of any kind, and no need for water!

Cloud Production:

Om Vapors uses a proprietary 75/25 blend for all their liquids. With my set of dual claptons pulsed at 60 watts, I was filling a large room with vapor in a hurry. Not nearly as dense as a Max VG, but definitely good enough for me.

Product Info:

Size/s – 30, 120ml

Available Nic – 0, 1.5, 3 and 6mg

VG/PG ratio – 75/25

Price – $24.99 (120ml)

Bottle type – 120 IDPE

Final Thoughts:

Another winner from the Om Vapors flavor lab. They did a great job creating an authentic cake doughnut, and seem to have mastered the moist blueberry filling as well. I wouldn’t change a thing about this liquid!

Recommendable? Absolutely. Nirvana should appeal to a large amount of vapers. Those who like cake-y vapes, and big fans of fruit mixes.

ADV? Definitely. The low sugar content would allow me to vape this stuff 24/7.

Purchase Nirvana by Om Vapors here.

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