Wednesday, 25 September 2013

'Sticky Toffee Pudding and Custard', Created By Paul Bowers, who owns

'Sticky Toffee Pudding and Custard', Created By Paul Bowers, who owns

Juice Review 25/09/2013
The review I am doing today is 'Sticky Toffee Pudding and Custard'.

My opinion of this juice will be my true and honest opinion as always.

All bottles are beautifully labelled and easily read, and come with tactile warnings and child proof safety caps.
I am using my dripper at 1.6ohm, on my vamo, set at 4.5 volts.
The juices I am reviewing is 36mg 70pg/30vg and this was my chosen nicotine strength.

All Liquids are mixed to order and normally dispatched within 24/48 hours first class registered mail.
Liquids are best left steeping for at least 5 days to get the best results.

On opening the bottle, Oh Wow! The aroma from this is absolutely divine. A lush, creamy sticky toffee and thick vanilla custard just like Grandma used to make.
We travelled all over Scotland when we first got married, and we were on one of our many Scottish trips, and decided to stay overnight at a quaint little village in Uiginish, Just on the outskirts of Dunvegan and Portree. It was quite late when the ferry dropped us off on the Island, and we needed somewhere to lie down for the night.  We passed a little fishing village where the fishermen brought in their catch and handed it straight over to the little restaurant by the bay. Beautiful freshly cooked shrimp, langoustine, mussels, you name it and they cooked it. We came across a beautiful farmhouse/lodge in 'Uiginish'  and the scenery was so beautiful we decided to stay for a few days.  It overlooked Loch Dunvegan. It was a restful location with the opportunity to see plenty of wildlife, go bird watching, walking, boating, cycling the around the Island or just simply relax. We chose to do the latter for the time being, and one evening we decided to eat out, as we were told by the villagers to try 'The Three Chimneys' not far from Dunvegan Castle, and known to be famous all over the world for their first class Cuisine. Dunvegan is the oldest continuously inhabited castle in Scotland and has been the ancestral home of the Chiefs of Clan MacLeod for 800 years. I loved historic sites and ancestral homes. It interested me and loved looking at their history, so We decided to have our meal and do some sight seeing of the castle and it's grounds. It was a quaint little restaurant with lots of warming smiles and friendly chit chat. There was a large open log fire burning bright, and a little old man, grey haired and weather beaten,  sitting in the corner of the room playing Scottish songs on his accordion. We had our usual bottle of house red with our steaks, followed by sticky toffee pudding and custard. Well, it had to be one of the most delicious Sticky Toffee puddings I had ever tried. It was ladened with fruit and dates, and poured over the top of the pudding, was lashings of hot toffee sauce. They brought separate jugs with our freshly made vanilla custard and a separate jug of fresh pouring cream. The custard was made with fresh vanilla pods and tasted truly sublime. It was so good I had to order seconds, I enjoyed it so much. I never got to see Dunvegan Castle that evening, as I had packed myself so full with Sticky Toffee Pudding and custard, I could hardly move. The memories came flooding back when Paul sent me his Sticky toffee pudding and custard E-liquid for review. It brought back those magical memories of the good times we had in 'The Isle Of Skye'. Dunvegan Castle is another story for another day.
The aroma of the e-liquid was simply divine, and I couldn't wait to try. It smelled of thick creamy custard, lashing of sticky toffee sauce and was very moreish.

On the inhale, a beautiful creamy vanilla custard. Moreish and seductive, for more of a better way of putting it,  as it seduced my palate with the first inhale. I've reviewed a lot of vanilla custards, and every one of them has been different, but still very lovely in flavour. Everyone thinks vanilla custard is infact vanilla custard but it's not. Not only do we have different kinds of vanilla custard, there are creme brulee, vanilla butternut, vanilla bean, tahitian, madagascan, to name but a few. It's nice to experience the many custards in a vape. I have enjoyed all of them, but some more than others. This was very mellow and very subtle. It was soft and palatable and very enjoyable.

On the exhale, I could taste the sticky toffee pudding. It was sweet and fulfilling. It wasn't sickly in any way. It was a little sweet, but not overly sweet and I really enjoyed this flavour. Both flavours complimented each other perfectly. It was smooth and creamy, which made it very moreish and also very delicate. It had spicy undertones of nutmeg, but with more gentler notes, nothing too pronounced.
Would I buy it again.. Yes I would, definitely. This is a beautiful vape, and I really enjoyed it. It isn't a strong flavour. It's mellow and very light in taste, but with all said, I'm nearly through the 10ml already and have just put in another order for more.
I would recommend this to anyone. If you like your flavours soft and creamy, this one is for you. Try some you won't be disappointed.

Vapour production was excellent for a 70pg/30vg juice and produced clouds of vapour, the throat hit was perfect with it being 36mg.  The flavour was gorgeous and very moreish.  This e-liquid is one I would most definitely vape all day.

If you would like to try any of Paul's juices, you can Contact him, either on his facebook page where he will be happy to answer any of your questions.
or order directly from his online shop at

No comments:

Post a Comment