E-liquid review: Divinity – Monolith line (True Northern Vape) 60 ml – received by the manufacturer

Declared base: 20 PG / 80 VG

Batch: n.a.

Nico: 3 mg/ml

Expiry date: n.a.

Devices: Laisimo Snowwolf 200w plus + Peerless RDA dual coil 0.3 ohm (Kanthal A1 24 awg 0.50 mm) with Cotton Bacon V 2.0.

With today’s e-liquid Divinity review, we end the poker reviews of the Canadian True Northern Vape manufacturer and its Monolith line. After seeing Terra, Ascension (nomination for Best of 2017) and Opus, we are ready to dive into the flavors of this brand creation. But do not be afraid, we have other True Northern Vape juices for you to present and tell you about.

The e-liquid bottle is a 60 ml transparent PET with screw closure cap. The dropper is very practical and convenient for any type of refill. The very stylized and minimalist label (I personally like it) provides basic information on the product – quantity, nicotine level and main flavorings – and little else. The product in our possession does not conform to the European TPD but the manufacturer has informed us that soon there may be some important news about it, starting with the new and parctical “Unicorn” bottles. We’ll let you know.


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Opus is officially described as follows:

Experience The Divine With Juicy Ruby Red Grapefruit And Sweet Crimson Pomegranate Grenadine, Blended With A Tart And Rich Forest Berry Compote, Subtle Notes Of Menthol And Citrus Enhance The Exhale.

On the smell Divinity comes with strong notes of pomegranate syrups, submerged by some alcoholic varnishes likely to be used for the creation of this syrup. From the back there is a slight smell of grapefruit, but it tends to blend with a generic mixture of red fruits. The overall stamp is pretty aggressive and lets think of a vigorous product and perhaps not too sweet. Even in this circumstance, the combination of ingredients shows unusual aromatic sides, but they are always in a frame of absolute naturalness. It is then time to unveil Divinity cards in the vaporization test.

red grapefruit

In the inhalation phase dominates the red: gently graveled red grape notes intersect with a generic mix of berries. The embrace between these two components is strong and it is re-salted puff after puff, generating a very compact taste and a uniform flavor from moderately acidic tones. Divinity’s pedigree is quite complex, but its branches are so tangled that they can not perceive the individual facets. A well-balanced blend of basic agri-based ingredients. Only natural fruit, no sugar! It’s the motto of this composition and True Northern keeps telling us using a mixture of berries and not a jam. Do you know what the real difference is?

The manufacturer at this point, as already widely demonstrated in its other creations, always creates an aromatic path that can self-help. This way, in the clou vaing phase, to optimally combine the acidity of the ingredients and the taste buds, giving us an high aromatic perception, we feel the Divinity core ingredient, the union of the entire bouquet, able to make a gentle accent without affecting the energetic taste of the composition: a sweetened (even with honey) syrup of pomegranate, a grenadine.
composta ai furtti di bosco

The sour smell of grapefruit and various “berries” lie on the sweet pasty and thick of grenadine, which, with its penetrating and unmistakable scent, indefinitely marks the e-juice.

In an authentic and highly stimulating frame, pomegranate syrup runs the whole composition, guiding the papillos until the exhalation phase, where Divinity reverts and changes direction. Here the sweet tips are abandoned in favor of very fresh shades of fresh and mentholated controlled lemon hints, all in a soft and lovable aromatic persistence.

It’s not a tone an end in itself. For lovers of flavor is a detail far from insignificant. It’s the tantamount to “taste again”.

Divinity never tires. The perpetual tasting.
ico 4

Pro: A fruity mix of absolute value with extravagant and stimulating features.

Cons: The grenadine blurs a bit the head notes of grapefruit and berries.