E-liquid review: Kanzi – Intelligence line (Twelve Monkeys Vapor) 30 ml – received by the manufacturer
Declared base: 20 PG / 80 VG
Nico: 3 mg/ml
Expiry date: 11/17
Devices: Wismec Predator 228w + Peerless RDA dual coil 0.17 ohm (Kanthal A1 24 awg 0.50 mm ) with Cotton Bacon v 2.0
For the colorful army of the 12 monkeys, we face today the review of the second e-liquid of the Intelligence line: Kanzi.
The liveliness and fame of the Canadian brand is constantly on the rise in Italy where, thanks to the latest edition of Vapitaly, their name echoes more and more frequently among the vaping salons. Our team has actually started talking about their products since last March and now we are even happier to continue with the story of their sparkling creations.
Although the bottle in my possession is a classic 30-ml pre-TPD glass bottle, it should be noted that now all Twelve Monkeys products are absolutely TPD compliant and marketed in Italy in 30ml format divided into 3 PET bottles of 10 ml stacks inside a carton tube as shown in the picture below.
The colorful labels of all the Twelve Monkeys emit a freshness and liveliness that is perfect for the goliardic message that the brand brings with its e-juices.
Kanzi is thus officially described:
A Primate with a sweet tooth; Kanzi has a taste for only the best fruity flavours. This fusion of strawberries, watermelon and a hint of kiwi is sure to please the most discerning fruit connoisseur. Kanzi is a mouthwatering fruit concoction that is sure to salivate any palate. Perfect accompaniment to Kanzi while winning a game of Pac-Man.
The Toronto company chose to devote this e-liquid to Kanzi, the world’s most famous “talking” chimpanzee. Through the use of lexicograms, Kanzi speaks and communicates with his human educators. Among his favorite games there is also the Pac-Man video game in which Kanzi shows some dexterity.
To the smell our Kanzi releases in the foreground a rich and scented watermelon note with sweet tarts of kiwi in the back. Instead, it tastes on the strawberry scent that shows for short and modest traits at the end of every sniffing. The fruity trio seems well aligned and blended with a kind of creamy base. The mix appears in the sweet and greedy setting with a stamp that resembles the typical Canadian style of the company: intense aromas, proposed in a clever and winning contrast between sweet and sour.
After carefully preparing my Peerless atomizer, I’m ready to vaporize the first drops of Kanzi vigorously.
The first puff give voice to the strawberry otherwise quite timid in the smell test. A strawberry flavor quite common but widely tested by the pleasant and soft tones without leaving a bit of acidity. The scene, in the hands of the wise strawberry director, is, however, evidently rich in fruity and sugary contaminations. The contrasts between sweet and acid have been calibrated with great skill by the Canadian flavourists and the feeling of a very well balanced blend is evident at all stages of the drowning. A mix is formed within which to break down and locate individual ingredients is not a simple thing. Simply a typical American big mixed e-liquid?
No, it is not Kanzi’s case, indeed! Here the fusion of fruits is not a simple summation of individual aromas, but on the contrary, a meticulous work on a molecular basis is apparent from the perception of a global intriguing and natural mix.
A real fruity summer syrup created with an enviable dilution of strawberries, watermelons and kiwis and a pinch of lime to garnish. If the strawberry characterizes the mix with a slight aromatic prevalence on the one hand, watermelon plays the essential role of a sweetener ingredient (along with a fair amount of sucralose) and kiwi with its delicate softening nuances is a great binder between the first two. Ingredients with a good rhythm that compose a pleasant sound from the amiable atmosphere.
The snatch has no significant variations in its various stages and it seems to always play on a single arrangement endowed with good arrangement. A rhythm and a winning sound.
With absolute devotion, my puffs are compulsive attracted to Kanzi’s sweet and sweet taste. Watts, intense, full-bodied vapor and aromatic persistence are the ideal habitat to make it express best during the hot summer months. And the typical “addiction” effect from Twelve Monkeys is served.
Even for the sake we have our summer torment!
Pro: A powerful and tasty summer juice.
Cons: The typical limit of a cloud chasing liquid: shy aromatic faces.