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Fresh vine ripened strawberries mixed with heavy cream. Rich custard notes with a hint of nutmeg. If you’re a big fan of berry vapes, Dinner Lady Strawberry Custard may be just for you!

First Impressions:

I totally dig the branding on the Dinner Lady line of vape juices. They managed to keep everything professional, straying away from any cartoon characters, or vulgar titling. The bottles are designed in a professional manner, the flavor profile is straightforward, it just works. The yellow lemon tart bottle is a nice touch as well!

Flavor Profile:

A sweet ripened strawberry infused custard topped with buttery caramel that combines to present you with the perfect dessert vape experience. Indulge yourself in this lip-smackingly delicious vape.

Smell:

Fresh strawberries laced with cream. There’s a butter mixed in there as well, but it took a bit to pick up on it. No signs of the caramel, or custard yet.

My Setup:

Dual 3.0mm claptons on the deck of the Twisted Messes Squared RDA. Pulsed on the Titan V2 from Silver Steam Vapor. 3mm coils are easy to wick, and produce some stellar all around flavor.

Flavor:

Front – This one screams fresh strawberries right off the bat. It’s a mix between whole berries and pureed. I noticed a fresh cream as well, that acts as a carrier of the fruit flavors and works to produce a velvety mouthfeel. The sugar content is very low.

Middle – More of the same strawberry flavors with an addition of white sugar. The sweetness level is still very low, and could even be a result of the cream/milk. The custard finally makes an appearance at this point as well. This flavor vapes differently (like most liquids) depending on how you have the airflow adjusted and your wattage set. With the airflow cut off, the liquid is more of a strawberry and cream vape; and with the airflow opened up, the custard flavors become a bit more pronounced.

End – The custard really works its magic toward the end. There may even be a bit of nutmeg mixed in, working to create that authentic homemade custard taste. All those berry flavors that were so prominent in the beginning, die off towards the end, leaving a strawberry-infused custard flavor. Sugar content is definitely super low; I’d actually be tempted to classify this liquid as a fruit vape rather than a dessert flavor.

Aftertaste – Very clean. Because the sugar levels are so low, there’s no issues with lingering flavors or any annoying films left from too much sweetener. My palate was left clean after each and every vape. I never felt the need to take a sip of water.

Cloud Production:

Really good considering the 70/30 blend. My dual 3mm clapton setup was producing a nice white vapor; if Strawberry Custard came in a Max VG blend, it would easily cloud up a large room.

Product Info:

Size/s – 60ml

Available Nic – 0, 3 and 6mg

VG/PG ratio – 70/30

Price – $19.99 (60ml)

Bottle type – glass dropper

Final Thoughts:

Dinner Lady Strawberry Custard is a great flavor, but I would’ve done it a bit differently myself. I really feel like the custard was a bit of an afterthought here — and even though it becomes slightly more pronounced under the right conditions, it never really satisfied my expectations. This one is more of a strawberries and cream.

Would I purchase Strawberry Custard again? Probably not.

Would I recommend it to a friend? Perhaps.

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