Name and format: Grape Ice (Dr. Frost E-liquid) – Concentrated flavour 20 ml in a 60 ml bottle – received by the manufacturer
Expiry date: n.a.
Base: 30PG / 70VG
Nico: 0 mg/ml
Devices: SVA Penguin BF + wasp nano RDA parallel coil 0.25 ohm (26 ga SS316) con Cotton Bacon V 2.0.
Let’s go back today to talk about the so-called summer liquids those characterized by a strong presence of ice, seen and considered the mild temperatures of the last few days we managed to concedercelo in many moments of the day, but that still remains appreciable for the inside year. The strong point of the aroma is certainly linked to its simplicity, characterized by an uncomplicated structure and a poorly characterized recipe, which without many frills is presented to the test to conquer the hearts of the vapers, as well as all the aromas that make up the line represented by the unmistakable snowman with the cylinder. We can therefore imagine it as an ice cube inside which we find a fruit completely intact and well sugared. In fact, today, after a short period of absence, we will return to talk about the products created in Malaysia and produced in the UK, come back on our pages the ice-cold Fruits of the line Frost Polar Ice Vapes with Grape Ice.
Grape Ice so officially presented:
Loose your head in the frozen grape tundra, sweet purple icicles are sheered down by Dr. Frost and kept cold for your enjoyment.
The bottle in our possession is a 60 ml chubby gorilla and contains 20 ml of glycol flavoring, to which it is necessary to add 40 ml of vegetable glycerine possibly added with nicotine. The packaging remains very colorful and fun on a translucent purple background we find the fun Dr. Frost who with his cylinder challenges us to taste his new creature. The description, however, always in the name of simplicity, the leitmotif of the whole line, suddenly we are transported in his world and lost we are going to hopping here and his purple grape icicles but be careful not to crush them otherwise we’ll have to see with Dr. Frost.
We pass immediately to the olfactory test. Grape Ice presents itself to our test in a daring way, and really intensely communicates all its characteristics, the decisive blows of grapes from the first surprise us but with the passing of seconds the feeling of amazement leaves room to the true aromatic nature of the liquid that there it transmits that unreal sensation surely reproduced molecularly on an industrial level. In the spaces we can also perceive an important presence of sugar with well-defined characters, but which is in any case perfectly linked to the typical taste of grapes characterized by a large presence of sugar and which makes it so delicious. In conclusion, a really decisive impact that however leaves us some doubts and that we at The Flavourist absolutely have to solve and therefore we are going to prepare our Atoms.
At the first svapata as a frozen lightning strikes us on the head and runs up to our feet, suddenly we find ourselves really in the world of Dr. Frost that takes us by surprise launching a volley of snowballs that complete the work transforming us in turn, in frozen snowmen. A sensation that remains constant from the beginning to the end of the puff and that accompanies us even after completely refreshing our palate. In the central phase of the svapata an exuberant grape comes out, unfortunately as imagined the grapes are really very unreal, and strongly overloads the aromatic range, leaving initially pleasant sensations but in the long run they tend to opacify the aromatic combination, weighing the result. In the final part also the sweet part of the grape, then also the liquid comes out, and it is precisely at this moment that the eliquid finds its place in fact the sugar can almost make it a creamy liquid sweetening it a lot and going to cover the points weak grapes, a very persistent sugary sensation that leans delicately on the iced cubes, accompanying us in the final stages managing to awaken the aromatic roundness of the liquid that seems to be missing at this point.
The producers thinking of this liquid, with its simplicity have tried to do justice to the grape, which is however well present and well distinguishable perhaps too synthetic but which is positively balanced by an abundant sprinkling of sugar, but that surely finds the its strength in a disruptive icy note, very persistent in Malaysian style, which is enhanced when the final part is intertwined with the sweet creaminess, leaving in the background what was to be the protagonist the grapes.
A little advice we can give you: it is definitely a liquid that winks at high wattages and that pushes the best on completely cloud systems.
Suggested dilution: about 33% = add 40 ml of vegetable glycerine inside the bottle containing the aroma.
Steeping time: Immediately ready.
Pro: Simple liquid with a preponderant and very sugary icy note.
Cons: The central element is overshadowed by the other elements.