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Homemade vanilla bean ice cream combined with fresh picked peach and bakery crust. Serene by Om Vapors will bring a smile to your face for sure!

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, that work to keep everything consistent. 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:

Freshly picked juicy peaches combined with a flaky, cinnamon spiced butter crust. Topped with a scoop of vanilla ice cream that pairs perfectly with the peach cobbler flavors.

Smell:

Notes of vanilla bean ice cream with a bit of white sugar upfront. Notes of a bakery bread and sliced peaches on the backend. I’d compare this aroma to a homemade bowl of peaches and cream oatmeal with brown sugar.

My Setup:

Drop Dead 24mm with a single alien framed staple (.26ohms) from Saddlehorseblues, sitting on top of the Hypercar mod from Uwell. I started with the airflow shutdown half way, and opened it to 1/4 mid vape. Wattage range: 45-60.

Flavor:

Front – With my airflow shutdown halfway, the very first thing I picked up on was a soft served vanilla bean ice cream. Mixed into the creaminess was a bit of cinnamon spice, and a hint of liquid butter. No signs of the peach flavor, or bakery cobbler crust at this point. I decided to open the airflow up a bit, in an effort to find some peach cobbler flavors.

Middle – After opening the airflow, I was still unable to find the peach in Serene. Since flavor production is normally linked to heat as well (among many other things…), I made the decision to bump the wattage up to 60. After doing this, Serene finally started to show its true self. I noticed freshly sliced peaches and fruit preserves in combination with a more established bakery crust flavor. The cinnamon now served as an afterthought of sorts, and really allowed that authentic cobbler taste to come through.

End – At 60 watts, and the airflow halfway, this peach cobbler liquid had a super flavorful finish. Notes of sliced peach and vanilla bean soft serve were most prominent, with the homemade cobbler crust drizzled with butter not far behind. The cinnamon didn’t really hang around any longer than it had to.

Aftertaste – As with EVERY flavor I’ve vaped from Om Vapors thus far (nine and counting…), Serene leaves my palate clean with 0 lingering. Low levels of sweetener really help.

Cloud Production:

I actually prefer the 75/25 blend used by Om Vapors over the industry standard 70/30. It produces a thicker vapors, while providing the same great flavor. On my single framed alien vaped at 60watts, I chucking some dense clouds!

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:

Serene is one of those transforming liquids. If you’re looking for a creamy vanilla bean ice cream vape with hints of cinnamon and butter, keep the wattage low. If you want a more full on peach cobbler vape with soft served on top, simply crank the wattage up!

Recommendable? Absolutely. Great flavor, and super clean aftertaste. It would be the perfect fruity dessert vape for a ton of people.

ADV? Yes yes yes. Dessert vapes that are low in sugar make vaping them all day easy!

Purchase Serene here.

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