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A potent take on a tropical mixture of pineapple, orange, and mango. Maui Mango by Dripmore will remind you of those iced alcoholic beverages from your trip to the beach last year!

First Impressions:

Little has changed between the Dripmore who received warning letters from the FDA, and the Dripmore of today. Yet the changes made have all been for the better. The company has added some special labeling on their boxes clarifying the dangers of the nicotine, and the product’s intended purpose (not a food product…). The background graphics may have been toned down one or two notches as well, and the bottles no longer resemble a box of candy you’d expect to enjoy on your next visit to the movie theater. All in all, Dripmore seems to have made an effort to bring a more professional looking product to its users, and hopefully it will stay that way!

Tropic King is a line of fruit-inspired -liquids flavors.

Flavor Profile:

A delicious mixture of pineapple, orange, and mango that will have you dreaming of a white sand covered beach!


The first liquid from the tropic line that truly smells the part. A ‘beachy’ mix of tangy pineapple juice and tart orange reminds me of an alcoholic drink I’d serve to guests sitting ocean front (who were at least 21 of course). There’s a faint hint of mango hiding in the foreground that could be easily overlooked if not paying attention.

My Setup:

The 25mm BTFC RDA loaded with a set of aliens from Saddlehorseblues. Pulsed on the DNA 200 Lavabox from Volcano E-cigs. Wattage range: 60-75. Airflow shutdown 50% for this review.


Front – A potent tropical blend of pineapple juice and orange right off the bat. The fruit base is quite tart, and creates an odd, dry-like feeling in my mouth. There’s a hint of pungent mango mixed into the sour duo, but it’s definitely not enough to relieve any of the tartness. Very low in sweetener!

Middle – The mango is strongest midway through, but still not sufficient to be considered a mango flavor. A continuation of tart pineapple and orange produce a liquid that’s heavy on the sour. If you plan on vaping this one out of anything other than a tank, I’d expect a noticeably strong throat hit!

End – Maui Mango ends just as you’d expect – pineapple-y. It’s almost as if the orange juice and mango just couldn’t keep up any longer. The finish is sweeter than it was in the beginning, but the tartness of the pineapple does a great job keeping the liquid in line.

Aftertaste – Some residual sour film was left on my palate post vape. It’s nothing to be alarmed about though, and should be expected with any liquid this tart!

Cloud Production:

All Tropic King flavors use a standard 70/30 blend. Plan on using them in your tanks, as dripping them will only result in disappointment.

Product Info:

Size/s – 100ml

Available Nic – 0, 3 and 6mg

VG/PG ratio – 70/30

Price – $17.99

Bottle type – Gorilla

Final Thoughts:

Okay. This one gets a solid C-. If you’re going to label a flavor Maui Mango, you should probably make mango the star of the show, and work around it accordingly. Unfortunately, pineapple and orange are the main attraction here, and that’s not really what you’re looking for in a mango liquid.

Recommendable? Definitely not. It’s okay for what it is, but definitely not a top-notch mango flavored e-juice by any stretch of the imagination.

ADV? No thank you, I’d look elsewhere.

Purchase Maui Mango here.

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