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If you like the way a creamy salted caramel covered carnival apple sounds, I’d seriously suggest giving Vape Craft Milk Of The Gods a try!

First Impressions:

I totally dig the title, branding, and overall design of the Vapors Anonymous line-up. The center logo lettering is a bit hard to read (just needs to be a touch larger), but everything else is perfect.

Flavor Profile:

Creamy caramel flavored vape juice with a surprising twist of golden nectar and a hint of cinnamon.


I get some caramel-esque notes up front, mixed with a hint of fresh apple on the backend. The aroma reminds me of a caramel-dipped apple actually, it’s creamy and almost irresistible.

My Setup:

HorizonTech Falcon Resin Sub-ohm tank (M2 coil head installed) on top of the Titan V2 parallel. I started with the airflow cut back 50%, and kept it there for the majority of the review.


Front – Creamy. Definitely creamy. There’s some sugar mixed in as well, and some hints of light caramel to boot. I don’t really pick up on any notes of apple, but the vape has a nice clean mouthfeel. The sugar level is approachable this time, nowhere near as high as the candied pink strawberry chewy fruit vape (The Sponsor).

Middle – Ok, there’s a nuanced flavor in Vape Craft Milk of The Gods, that I am having a hard time putting my finger on. It’s rather approachable, and could be an addition of salt perhaps. The salt would make sense, as the caramel has increased in intensity, and has reached a chewy level. Hints of citrus here as well; I’d be willing to bet of the apple variety, but still not sure at this point.

End – This flavor finishes really nice with a green apple finally making an appearance. Everything together: the lightly salted caramel, creams, sugar, and apple juice make for the perfect combination. I’d compare it to a candied apple at the carnival, or even a caramel apple chewy candy.

Aftertaste – Considering the sugars playing together in Vape Craft Milk of The Gods I thought for sure the aftertaste would be a disaster. And I did take note of a short lived lingering taste of salted caramel on my palate; but this lingering flavors vanished in 5-10 seconds.


It never ceases to amaze me, how big of an impact airflow can have on flavor (wattage as well…). Ripping on a sub-ohm tank wide open is great if you’re looking to chuck some clouds, but if it’s flavor you’re after, shut that airflow down!

Cloud Production:

The Titan V2 and the Falcon are a great combo. I tried opening the airflow all the way just for the heck of it, and ‘woo-eee’ was I surprised. Even with the 70% VG mix, I had a large room (basement), clouded up in a matter of 30 seconds.

Product Info:

Size/s – 30, 60ml

Available Nic – 0, 3, 6, 12, and 18mg (salts)

VG/PG ratio – 70/30

Price – $7.14 at time of post (reg: $10.99)

Bottle type – classic gorilla

Purchase Milk of the Gods here

Final Thoughts:

Milk of The Gods by Vape Craft is a really good dessert flavor. The sugar level is a bit on the high side for my taste (still tolerable), but may be a real winner if you’re a vaper with a serious sweet tooth.

Vape Craft did a really good job with the Vapors Anonymous cast of flavors, and with this being the last liquid in the lineup, I can honestly say that I’d recommend 4/5 of the flavors to anyone!

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