Thursday, 29 August 2013

VT 'mmMinty' created by

VT 'mmMinty' created by

Juice Review 29/8/2013

This is a written review of 'mmMinty' created by James and Jade who own 'Vaper Train', A web based E-cig store situated in Wellingborough, Northamptonshire.
The juice is 18mg 50pg/50vg, and is one of their new E-liquids in the 'VT Buffet Car' Range. A new line of Premium made juices using only the best ingredients which are all sourced in the UK.

James and Jade kindly sent me this e-liquid, for the purpose of review.
In their own words, they say:-
This is a nice sweet minty vape not to be confused with a menthol flavour.
'mmMinty' E-liquid' comes in a 50%PG and 50%VG mix, and comes in 10ml, 30ml and 50ml bottles.

I am using a dripper at 0.9 ohm on my Poldiac, with a fresh battery set at 4.2 volts.

All bottles are beautifully labelled and easily read, and come with tactile warnings and child proof safety caps.
My opinion of this juice will be my true and honest opinion as always.

On opening the bottle, a nice peppermint aroma, rose up and chilled my airways with a cooling minty blast.
I could also smell subtle hints of spearmint lying in the background giving this juice a refreshingly cool fragrance.
This to me was like opening up a packet of doublemint chewing gum. Sweet and fresh smelling, after opening the packet for the first time.

On the inhale, a light, mellow minty taste, coated my palate. It was cool, refreshing and sweet but not overly sweet. There was enough chill to give this juice a smooth, refreshing flavour. A calming flavour, I didn't want to put down. It wasn't strong in any way. It was light, subtle and very pleasant on my tastebuds.
It reminded me more of a light Creme De Menthe, very soothing and palatable. It's an invigorating, revitalising blend of fresh mint.

I’m a big fan of mint. I love it with almost everything I eat, in the way of vegetables and meat. I went for a walk along the foothills one day and came across a little stream in the woods, nestling next to a thatched cottage, a beautiful victorian type farmhouse, sitting in a picturesque setting. The sun was shining and all I could hear were the birds perched on the branches of the old oak trees that lined the pathway I trod, and the babbling of the brook, running gently, yet still. The water rippling and glistening with the golden light of the sun. I stood for ages just admiring how quiet and how beautiful everything was. I looked beside the waters edge and there on the banks, growing by the stream was fresh wild mint. I could smell it's strong pungent smell all around me
Wild mint pops up anywhere and can be difficult to get rid of once it grows, but the beautiful scent from the mint made my mouth water. It was hiding from the sunlight underneath a rickety old wooden bridge. It was a pretty setting and one I'll never take for granted, as there is never anything so quiet and so peaceful as being on your own with nature. I enjoyed my surroundings. It was sublime and the aroma of the mint that day blowing in the breeze, wafting it's fragrance toward me, brought memories flooding back, when I opened the bottle of mmMinty. You can't mistake fresh mint, as it's scent hits you straight away whenever you are near it.

On the exhale, a creamy mint flavoured fondant centre, beautifully smooth and incredibly decadent.
Mellow Mints you could quite easily vape all day. A wonderful after dinner mint to have with your coffee. Sultry and soothing, when you know one isn't going to be enough. Your mouth waters and you tell yourself you want more. This is one of those flavours, you just don't want to put down.

There was lots of vapour, a decent throathit for it being an 18mg juice and plenty of flavour in this juice.
Vaper Trains E-liquids are all freshly made to order on the premises, by James and Jade themselves, and are made using only the best quality ingredients.

If you would like to try Vaper Trains new line of UK flavours, please go to their website to place an order, or visit them on their facebook page at where they will be more than happy to answer any questions you might have.

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