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If chewy bubblegum vapes are your thing, Bubblegum Millions from IVG may just be for you. But if it’s complexity you’re looking for, best look elsewhere!

IVG E-liquids First Impressions:

I love the branding on all of the IVG juice lines. They managed to keep everything clean and presentable, but still put enough effort into the label design to make it stand out in a crowd. The font is easy to read, the flavor names leave no guess work, and the nic content is clearly visible. The ‘flavor images’ used on the label add a nice touch to the overall design as well!

Flavor Profile:

An amazing bubblegum taste, that will bring back memories of your childhood.

Smell:

A decent amount of chalky/powered sugar combined with a unflavored bubble gum type note. That about wraps things up for the smell. I even tried dripping a bit of the liquid on my hand in an attempt to pick up on other flavor characteristics; but was not able to find anything else.

My Setup:

A pair of claptons on the deck of the OBS engine RTA. Pulsed on the Lavabox DNA 200 device from Volcano E-cigs. I had the wattage set to 60, and the airflow shut down halfway.

Flavor:

Front – A layered bubble gum flavor that is actually pretty close to the real thing. There’s some chalky sugar unflavored gum, mixed with a candy coated gum flavor. The sugar level is relatively high, but not overwhelming. There may be some fruit flavor hiding in the foreground, but I had a very hard time pinpointing exactly what those flavors composed of.

Middle – More of the same unflavored bubblegum taste. The chalkiness from the gum creates a nice velvety mouthfeel, and I had the urge to chewy at multiple times during the vape. Still no signs of any other flavor components; the notes of fruit I found in the beginning seem to be more of a natural fruit flavored sugar of sorts, and do not have any real taste to offer.

End – Bubblegum finishes just as it started. No flavor characteristics, just a simple blend of bubblegum.

Aftertaste – No lingering. But with one flavor component working to produce this flavor, that’s not really saying too much.

Cloud Production:

The regular and salt blends are both 70% VG, so you’re not going to take first place at the next cloud competition with either one of them. Still, the cloud production wasn’t half bad all things considered.

Product Info:

Size/s – 60ml

Available Nic – 0, 3 and 6mg | 30, 50mg (salts)

VG/PG ratio – 70/30

Price – $19.99

Bottle type – gorilla style bottle

Final Thoughts:

I wasn’t overly thrilled about Bubblegum Millions from IVG honestly. If you’re looking for pure bubblegum vape and nothing more, then this will be perfect for you. With that being said, I feel like this liquid was left a bit unfinished. IVG could’ve at least added some fruit taste to the gum; it would’ve elevated really helped this vape.

Would I recommend this to a friend? I don’t think so. This flavor needs some work.

ADV? No. It’s a bit to boring flavor wise for me. I actually got tired of this liquid after testing it to write this review. I don’t think I’ll be picking it up again anytime soon. Hey, they can’t all be winners right?

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