Wednesday, September 3, 2014

MtBakerVapor juice review

Today, I'll be reviewing the second half of my package, now that the juice has had time to steep. I'm a big fan of MBVs juice line and I'm happy to say that these didn't disappoint! 

80/20 VG PG

Aroma: Straight out of the mail, it had a kind of soap like taste, however this is typical of MBV as their juice is mixed to order. Usually a week or two of steeping will alleviate this, however it is not always required. As time went on, the soapy smell dissipated, leaving a wonderfully sweet, fruity scent.
Taste: Color me impressed! As I progress further into the world of vaping, I find I am no longer a fan of fruity liquids - often they're either artificial, overpoweringly sweet, or exuding an equally detrimental quality. I am happy to say, however, Honey Berry is delightfully sweet, with the inhale resonating fresh, crisp berry taste, and the exhale flourishing with just the right amount of sweetness. If I had to place my finger, I'd say that raspberry and strawberry are the definitive flavoring, with just a hint of blueberry.
Final impression: After I gave this bottle the allotted time to steep, I devoured it in about three days - this juice is wonderful out of a dripper, and the mixture ratio produces dense, flavorful vapor. 5/5

80/20 VG PG

Aroma: The delightful scent of a bakery resonates from within this bottle; equal parts cinnamon and fresh, warm roll are detectable.
Taste: Cinnamon Roll by MBV has been one of my staple all day vapes - this juice is simply everything it aims to be, and more. The mixture has a seemingly perfect balance of cream, cinnamon, and decadently sweet roll taste, with neither flavor being lost in translation. The inhale is compromised of a crisp cinnamon and sweet roll, with the exhale being dominated by a flavorful cream.
Final impression: It's an all day vape, a perfect incarnation of cinnamon roll, and never lasts as long as it should. Need I say more? 5/5

80/20 VG PG

Aroma: A rich balance of honey, the faint smell of pipe tobacco, compounded by a tinge of sweetness.
Taste: I was a bit hesitant to try this particular juice, as you all know, I am not a big fan of tobacco flavored juice. Much to my dismay, however, I was pleasantly surprised - this is actually a very tasty, sweet pipe tobacco liquid. This juice has a delicate flavor profile - I pick up honey, sweet vanilla, with the tobacco flavoring being but a mere footnote. The inhale is tastes like sweet honey, but the exhale being dominated by a sweet, creamy vanilla with just a hint of tobacco taste. Very, very good!
Final impression: This is something I can vape every now and again, but not something I can do all day, as it is a bit heavy on the sweet side. This is a special occasion juice, definitely meant to be enjoyed and savored, not blown through. 4/5

80/20 VG PG

Aroma: A particularly fruity scent with a blue jolly rancher like smell....yum.
Taste: Blue Drake is a fruity mix, with a bit of a citrus-y tang to it. The inhale is dominated by a familiar berry taste, however it is almost like a blue jolly rancher - fruity, yet incredibly sweet. The exhale has a faint citrus note, rounding out the flavor into a fruity liquid with a kick at the end. Definitely very tasty, and although it is quite sweet, I do not pick up any detrimental tastes.
Final impression: This is a great juice when you're in the mood for something very sweet - perhaps an all day vape for some, but not I. With that said, however, from time to time it is a very refreshingly sweet juice, good for when I am looking for a bit more taste, or suffering from the dreaded vapors tongue. 4/5

I had a great time sampling these juices, and as expected, MtBakerVapor further reinforced my belief in their line. At just 4.99/15ml, they're not only one of the most affordable vendors in the industry, they're one of the best in my book. Head on over to and use coupon code Beefcake11 for 11% off your order. Thanks for stopping by!

Tuesday, August 26, 2014

Infinite Blackhawk Panzer

Today, I'll be going over the Infinite Blackhawk Panzer, provided by MtBakerVapor. Visit, an industry standard in juice and hardware, with pricing starting at just 4.99/15ml.

Well, it has finally happened, MtBakerVapor now carries a selection of must have mechanical mods. Though they are clones, I and the rest of the community have been very vocal in our hopes of this, and the wishes have been conceptualized- they now carry more hardware. They currently offer the Infinite Blackhawk Panzer, the Infinite Black Stingray, the Infinite 26650 Hades, as well as the Stillare, Magma, and Tobh. I have the opportunity to review the Blackhawk by Infinite, and well, my findings are less than desirable. Let's get started with the manufacturers specs.

  • Brass Firing Pin and 510 Connection
  • Copper Battery Contacts
  • Removable Tubes to accept 18650, 18490, 18500 and 18350 batteries
  • Individual engraved serial number
  • Locking Mechanism with Reverse Threading

Sounds great, right? With a brass firing pin and super conductive copper contacts, you would think that this mod is ready to rock right out of the box, but that is unfortunately, not the case. 
  • Construction
This mod is beautiful, make no mistake about it. Though it is inspired by, -wait for it-, a flash light, it manages to retain an attractive, quality look. It is incredibly sleek, masculine and does a great job imposing it's will, so to speak. To begin with, one of the best things about this mod is the threads. I own an assortment of mechanical mods, such as the Stingray X, Nemesis, and Astro, all from a variety of vendors and manufacturers, and I have yet to witness threads as buttery smooth as on the panzer. Each section of the tube, as well as the switch and top cap, thread on beautifully, with absolutely no crunch, or force necessary. 

The blackhawk comes in four sections. Each piece is threaded wonderfully, beautifully machined, and quite thick. The Panzer is heavy, and in this hobby, I have learned to liken heavy to quality. The Panzer accepts your standard 18650, 18490, and 18350 battery.

The engravings are done well, in fact, better than most of the mods I've seen. They're deep, pronounced, and bold - something I largely prefer over your typical laser engraving. The vent holes are also exceptionally well done, as they're located on the body itself. I am a fan of this placement, considering a battery in thermal runaway can swell and with the excess pressure negating bottom vent holes, it is what essentially causes the mod to become a pipe bomb - the top cap and switch can blast out due to the pressure and gas venting.

 The mod, however, suffers from one fatal flaw, and that is...


It is NO secret that paint/PVD coating compromises conductivity....this is inexcusable, at this point in the hobby, two things should be a standard in my opinion

Hybrid top caps
Non-painted threads.
Why? Well, to begin with, coating inhibits conductivity, as it disrupts the flow of energy. This results in abysmal voltage drop, and with a multimeter, I measured a 0.9 voltage drop - that is absolutely inexcusable!! A fresh Sony VTC5 reads 4.2 off the charger. To get an idea of how this thing performs, imagine firing your atty with a 3.3v battery. I don't know about my readers, but I notice a drop in vape quality around 3.5-3.6v, 3.3 is nigh unusable. Running a tobh with dual coils at 0.4 ohms, I noticed a vape similar to a Protank 3 - very, very disappointing.

Due to the painted threads and loss of conductivity, the mod also micro arcs, which is a huge pain in the ass. Every time I fire this mod, it either burns my hand, or shocks me. This has happened with a variety of attys, tanks, and builds - there is just no way around the coating..unless you remove it.

With that in mind, the mod is not a complete loss. To those that are handier than I, you've got a few options.

Take a wirewheel to the threads
Sandblast the threads
Insert conductive copper tape into the tube

These will certainly remedy the issue, but I believe that for 54.99, I should not have to perform these modifications. I cannot fault MBV, as this is their first offering - perhaps they can offer the Panzer in stainless, or discontinue it in favor of another mod - but it is a manufacturer defect. Overall, however, this cripples an otherwise beautifully made, attractive mod.

  • Top cap
The top cap, primarily to the overall construction, is almost wonderfully machined. Every atty I threw at the top cap threaded on with ease, and sat flush, (including the Magma, which is notorious for it's long 510 connector). It features a telescopic copper contact pin, which can be a bit finicky when adjusting for rattle, as it threads directly into the top cap, with no insulator. spent more time than I would've liked adjusting it, something I believe could be remedied with a delrin insulator. Why the manufacturer opted out of this, I'm not sure. The telescopic copper pin is a great addition, though I find it slightly humorous that a highly conductive pin compliments coated threads.

  • Switch

Now here is one thing machinist and manufacturer's can take note of. - the switch. I have yet to encounter a switch that rivals the Blackhawks design, function, and quality. You have a thick spring that sits atop the switch, connected to the tubing with a single brass pin. Instead of a delrin insulator, a large, thick o-ring secures the switch assembly - I would once again love to see an insulator, but I would press that issue more-so towards the authentic - I can deal with it on a clone. The switch is recessed, however it has a reverse threaded locking ring that can be twisted down to ensure the mod does not fire on it's own. With the copper telescopic pin adjusted properly, the switch can be completely tightened down, unlocked, without firing under it's own weight. It fires everywhere I place my finger, unlike some models that require a center push, or slightly off-side. It is simple, it is functional, and it WORKS FLAWLESSLY.

Overall, this is a beautiful, beautiful mod, boasting exceptionally machined threaded, copper telescopic pin, brass firing pin, a quality switch, and well placed ventilation. It feels like a quality device, but unfortunately I would not recommend a purchase, because the painted threads are unforgivable- ridiculous voltage drop, micro acrcing leading to hot switch and shocking, just completely tarnishes what could be a staple in any arsenal. I would love to see MBV carry the version without the painted threads, or possibly stock the stainless version, as I cannot imagine anybody being able to tolerate headache painted threading can cause. I must say, however, I will be using it from time to time - the luxury of an exceptionally well made clone is quite hard to come by, and if you can manage to disregard the voltage drop and arcing, it is just a breeze to use. I, for one, will definitely be looking into a wirewheel modification.

I'd like to thank Michael from for giving me this opportunity, I have been a loyal customer since my foray into the wonderful world of vaping, and will continue to stand by vendors I trust.  It has been a great pleasure, and I hope you guys stop by to catch my MBV juice review, after they complete the steeping process!

Get in touch! Find me on instagram @_vapocalyptic! VAPE STRONG AND LIVE LONG!

Sunday, July 27, 2014

V4Vape eLiquid review

What's up everybody! Carlos is back, bringing it to you once again with another liquid review, thanks to V4Vape eLiquid and Nirvana Vapor! This is some premium juice, sure to cater to all you dessert lovin' junkies out there. Get on down to and pick yourself up a bottle, or the entire line! This is some top notch juice. Don't forget to use coupon code V4V10off1time for 10% off your order!

50/50 PG/VG

Flavor: Pitched as a "decadent caramel flan with hints of hazelnut" this is no slouch people! The caramel permeates throughout the inhale and exhale; with the hazelnut taking a background to the powerful, creamy taste of caramel. It has a familiar custard taste, very creamy, with a slight hint of vanilla. Overall, it is an incredibly rich, complex flavor.
Aroma: Quite compelling; it smells like a slice of caramel flan, and you can even pick up the hazelnut hints. The smell lingers throughout the air, leaving a rich aroma behind.
Throat hit: At 6mg, you start to give way to throat hit, but I have a feeling this liquid is decidedly smooth to begin with. It isn't completely smooth, the hazelnut definitely has a kick, but compared to other liquids it is decidedly timid.
Overall: Color me pleased, this is a divine dessert liquid not to be missed by any custard/caramel fan. 5/5

50/50 PG/VG

Flavor: DAMN! This is pitched as a "toasted macaroon with brown sugar and cream" and I gotta say, this is a nutty, tasty treat. The almond taste is prolific, though it isn't a weird almond, to those who have had the lesser RY4's out there, you're in for a true-to-life almond taste. Layered throughout the liquid is decidedly pronounced sugar and whipped cream notes, coming together to form an inviting vape.
Aroma: Smells just like a bunch of almonds, drizzled in brown sugar and vanilla whipped cream.
Throat hit: Even at 6mg, this juice kicks like a mule! I love to throw this in my dripper of choice when I'm looking for that kick throughout the day.
Overall: Another stellar flavor. I'm not a fan of macaroon, I've had some juice that tasted like downright alcohol; this, however, manages to pull off the flavor profile with stunning ease. Another winner! 5/5

50/50 PG/VG

Flavor: Now an interesting flavor. I'm definitely NOT a fan of floral liquid, and this is pitched as "condensed milk with rose essence and nutty tones!", so right off the bat I was leery. Much to my surprise, it is a pleasant vape, all things considered. The milky taste is semi sweet and thick, almost like a cream. The rose flavoring is, much to my satisfaction, sweet; though you do get that "wow, this is....uh...this taste's like a flower.." it isn't in your face, like eating a rose, it's actually somewhat sweet. I didn't pick up the nutty taste, but perhaps it'll come through in time.
Aroma: An innovative infusion of rose and condensed milk; I've got to say, it's a working combination.
Throat hit: This is a very mellow flavor, it is best to enjoy the taste, you won't find much of a kick here at all.
Overall: I initially thought I wouldn't be the biggest fan, yet I was pleasantly surprised. Though it is not something I would typically vape, I was able to enjoy it for what it was, much to my dismay that condensed milk, rose and nut could come together and actually mix wonderfully. The only thing I couldn't get past is the inherent floral taste, though sweeter than others, it will just never click with my palate. 3/5

50/50 PG/VG

Flavor: Um....let me be the first to ask that this be sold by the gallon, if possible. All I've got to say is wow. Pitched as a "vanilla custard with peppermint" this is in my top 3, that's for sure. The familiar taste of custard with a splash of peppermint blends together into almost a shamrock shake of sorts. The vanilla custard is smooth and sweet, and the peppermint is more "candy like" than straight menthol. They're right, it is sinful.
Aroma: Like a nice tall shamrock shake!
Throat hit: I found custard to be a smooth vape, however this does have peppermint, so expect the familiar kick of menthol even at low nic ratios.
Overall: Rock solid, guys. To those out there who are searching for a custard vape with a hint of peppermint, look no further. This liquid is to die for, and I would like to further reinstate that it needs to be offered by the gallon! 5/5

I had a lot of fun sampling the V4Vape line, a true premium juice from a company who has been nothing but a pleasure to deal with. Be sure to visit Nirvana Vapor, where you can purchase a 15ml bottle, 0-18mg, for the respectable price of USD 11.99. Also be sure to follow V4Vape on instagram, @v4vapeliquid. Thanks guys!

GET IN TOUCH! I am now on instagram, be sure to follow me @_vapocalyptic
Vape Strong and Live Long!

Tuesday, July 15, 2014

Interview with Ankh creator Jacob McKeone

Hey everybody! Today, I'll be sharing an interview I did with the Ankh box mod creator, Jacob McKeone. I stumbled upon this mod on Instagram, got in touch with Jacob, and within a day or so I'm EAGERLY awaiting my new, completely wood, parallel 18650 box mod! I've got to say it looks absolutely beautiful and has quite a buzz on Instagram! I always try and local local builders, creators and outfits, so it is with great pleasure I bring you this interview today. Enjoy!

Carlos: So, I got to ask, what got you into building?

Jacob: I have been vaping for roughly 7 years, and I have always tried to get better setups, back when us vapers on ECR used to stack 350 batts and run 3 ohm cartos at 7.4v. I got into mechanicals, got into cloud chasing and it was all downhill from there. I wanted more output, more power, more battery life. I did some research on basic electronic circuitry and came up with two options. A series connection to run double the voltage, but retain the same mAh and amp rating. Or to run a parallel circuit, to double my vaping time and amp draw. I took the later as my option. 

CarlosAbout how long does it take to produce an Ankh mod?

Jacob:  If I were to sit down and make one, do nothing but that single mod, it would take me about 2 days. But, since I only work in "batches" I can do several at once. I can do up to 16 at a time and leave no time wasted.

CarlosHow can people purchase the Ankh, and about how long is the process (from order, to door?)

JacobPeople can find me through my instagram, or word of mouth. I currently tell people to expect two to three weeks, because I (contrary to popular belief) have a very active life with a full time job and a loving girlfriend whom isn't obsessed with vaping. I understand that 14 to 21 days is a long time, but I often ship around the 7-12 day mark. 

CarlosWhat made you name it the Ankh?

JacobI love history, I love Egyptian culture. The Ankh is the Egyptian symbol for the Key of Life, or the Key to the Nile. I think it is an elegant symbol that meant a lot to their culture, and honestly it's just badass.

CarlosDo you have any plans to wholesale, or offer through an online/in-store location?

JacobI am open to both options, I am in discussion with quite a few retailers, along with some local guys about doing wholesale and maybe setting up an exclusive shop to sell them through. It all comes down to what I feel is right. If I don't like the vibe I get from wholesaling, I'll stop doing it. I like the intimacy of selling them one by one, though it's a pain in the ass when it comes to shipping time!

CarlosWas the Ankh a prototype, or did you always have the box mod in mind?

JacobI made a few prototypes, most of them failed. Then I just took my time and did it right. I've never liked tube mods, I only own one. The box feels more natural in-hand, and it doesn't get hot. It's just my style I guess, I"m glad the general public has finally seen the advantages of using a box over a tube mod. Seeing as my mod is around half the price of most authentic mods and hits harder than all of them.

CarlosCan you tell me a bit about the build? 510 connection quality, wiring, material used? 

JacobI currently offer four finishes. They're colors that I have seen look good on the wood bases I use. They are all made out of a red oak base, stained and gloss applied. I offer a Mahogany, Ebony, a Golden Oak and a darker Walnut color. I try to keep the options to a minimum because I am just a single dude making these by hand. I offer a spring loaded connector, though I discourage it. I offer magnets, but that too, I discourage. Moving parts and magnets just lead to trouble. Keep it simple, basic and with as few moving parts as possible and you will have a successful product.

Carlos: Do you have any plans for another build in the future, or an alteration of the Ankh?

Jacob: I plan on upgrading equipment, upgrading the mod, the quality and the design. All in all, six months from now you will not recognize my mod. It's still in it's infancy, and it hits like a truck. Looking into higher quality items, getting things custom made to set my product apart from others.

Carlos: Tell me about your setup!

JacobI actually use one of the parallel mods that I sell, with one minor change. I installed a USB charger and glued the mod shut. On top of it I run a stillare with some 20g microcoils. I stand by my product day in and out. 

Carlos: Any last words?

Thank you Carlos for taking the time to type this up for me. I'm looking to sell more mods, get my name out there and make some people happy. I try to offer a decently priced device with sales at least once a month. I don't want people to look at my mod and say "yeah, it's nice but look at that price tag!" I want it to be dependable, affordable and hit hard. That's something you don't find with authentic tube mods. They're all overpriced. I want others to have a reliable device at an affordable price. :)

You're welcome, Jacob! Needless to say, I am extremely excited to get a crack at the Ankh, and watch it grow in the future. If you'd to purchase an Ankh mod, visit him on INSTAGRAM(ankh.mod) or email him directly at

The ANKH is currently $ 100.00 this week only! 
(regularly 120.00 shipped)

Thank you for taking the time to read this, everybody!

Get in touch if you have comments or questions!
Vape Strong and Live Long!

Monday, July 7, 2014

Joytech eRoll + juice review

Today I'll be going over the Joytech eRoll ands some juice provided to me by VapeRev. I'd like to personally thank Amber, all those at VapeRev, Midas Juice, and Mr. GoodVape

The eRoll by Joytech is a tried and true take on the "cig-a-like." It is aimed at those making the transition to vaping, affording the user the look of a cigarette, without all the negative aspects of a traditional analog. It comes packaged alongside a portable charger, a usb cable, two batteries (3.7v) and 2 atomizer heads. The eRoll is powered by a small atomizer that holds roughly .6ml of e-liquid. The 3.7v battery is is 1000mAh, so it has the capability of providing lengthy life, though mileage may vary depending on how much you use it. It is well constructed, last's throughout the day with normal use, and works relatively well when compared with similar setups. Here is what I liked about the eRoll

The eRoll is small, sleek, and portable. It slipped in and out of my pocket with ease, and was a treat carrying around. I typically have two batteries, a bottle of juice, and whatever mech I grab, so I am usually weighed down quite a bit. It was very convenient having something I could throw in my pocket and forget about. It also is a "hands-free" device, as the eRoll only fires when you drag; therefore no need to worry about it firing in my pocket!
Ease of Use
The eRoll is hassle free, as all you need to do is fill the atomizer, attach the cone, and screw in the battery. The device fires when you drag off of it, cooling down afterwords almost instantaneously. The combined portability and hassle free experience really do the eRoll justice, it is perhaps the easiest device I have ever used. The atomizer rarely leaked, it fired instantly every time. I have used the Blu and similar blister pack cigalikes, and they're absolutely terrible. If the cigalike is up your alley, the eRoll is the golden standard.
Vapor and Flavor production
The little 510 atomizer surprisingly produces a decent amount of vapor AND flavor! Though it isn't comparable to a traditional tank system, it is leagues better than the Blu and other alternatives. The vapor production is surprisingly dense, and the flavor is actually just as good, if not better, than a few tank systems I own.

Overall, the eRoll is a beginner device, aimed at those transitioning into the world of vaping. If you don't want to mess with a larger device like the MVP, don't want to constantly replace coils, carry around juice and extra batteries, the eRoll is a sound alternative to tobacco. The ease of use, performance, and long battery life all make this a WINNER in my book!


Flavor: Okay, before you write me off, just listen. When you think of e-liquid, Pistachio doesn't exactly spring out at you. Surprisingly enough, it is a very complex, tasteful, and interesting experience. It has the traditional pistachio taste, with a hint of salt, even managing to work in the shell taste! It's a warm, flavorful vape, very organic and true to nature. It's got a twist of tobacco and dark chocolate, but it is definitely nutty.
Aroma: Like a bowl of Pistachios. Pair it with your favorite beer, and get ready for a nice time!
Throat hit/vapor: Surprisingly mellow, but it does produce a nice plume of smoke.
Overall: Though it definitely isn't something you could vape all day, it is a nice treat, and an interesting foray into experimental liquid. If you're a fan of the nut, you will definitely be a fan of the juice. 4/5


Flavor: Yummy yummy yummy. A true take on a classic flavor, utilizing the cake batter and sweet, heavy vanilla taste exceptionally well. The inhale is delightfully strong on the vanilla end, with the exhale being dominated by cake batter. Very sweet, very rich.
Aroma: Just like a hot, fluffy cupcake slathered in vanilla frosting.
Throat hit/vapor: The throat hit is definitely heavy, with the equally dense vapor partnering with it nicely.
Overall: A very flavorful, rich dessert vape, sure to please both cake & vanilla lovers.


Flavor: This is out of this world amazing. Both part's sweet and sour, this juice is a refreshingly nice take on sweet summer drink. It's got the familiar "bite" of pink lemonade, loaded with sweetness and just the right twist of sourness. 
Aroma: JUST LIKE THE DRINK. The smell fills the air, which is just wonderful.
Throat hit/vapor: The throat hit is sharp, and the vapor production is wispy. Not dense, but definitely has a presence. 
Overall: I love lemonade flavors, and it's nice to try one so delightfully true to form. It manages to perfect the pink lemonade formula, being sweet, sour and refreshing in all the right places. To lemonade fans out there, this is a definite no brainer.

I enjoyed my time with the eLiquid provided by VapeRev, as well as the eRoll. I once again would like to thank all at VapeRev, Amber, and all the e-liquid manufacturers. Without you, none of this would be possible.


Thursday, June 26, 2014


Oh yeah. Today, I'll be going over the ZampleBox, both as a service, and juice provided. 

The day my ZampleBox arrived, I was ecstatic. I had no idea what to expect. I looked up YouTube reviews, browsed forums, and noticed a ton of satisfied customers. Frantically rushing inside, I ripped into the package, and was absolutely blown away.

First, my order was very well packaged. A ton of bubblewrap surrounded my box of liquid, offering peace of mind knowing my order will be safe in transit. Tucked away in a little green box, are two felt baggies, each containing 5-6 bottles of a variety of e-liquid. Alongside the liquid, are coupons and business cards for the various vendors, each offering varying discounts and specials.

The liquid I received ranged from Peach Lemonade (NicQuid), Heist (AlphaVape), Santeria (AlphaVape), Strawberry Fields (RocketFuelVape) Mysteriously Deep (Clevervape), amongst others. Right off the bat, the 44.99 price point was done a great justice, considering I got 11 bottles, with the aforementioned being priced at

Peach Lemonade - 8.19 + shipping
Mysteriously Deep - 8.99 + shiping
Heist - 12.00 + shipping
Santeria - 12.00 + shipping
Strawberry Fields - 6.50 

Those five bottles alone would total 47.19, (plus) applicable shipping fees. So, essentially, the remaining six bottles are free!

The service is simple.

You visit ZampleBox, and click the "get started" tab. Once there, you will complete a brief four question "flavor profile", so that the team can better service your preferences. The profile is rather simple, consisting of

How would you best describe yourself? Beginner, intermediate, advanced?

Your ZampleBox will include a delicious hand selected assortment of flavors of the best vaping liquids on the market. Are there any flavors that you do NOT want to receive? Here, you can choose to omit tobacco, menthol, both, or select "Send me everything."

Would you like us to include exclusive coupons in your ZampleBox so that you can save when you purchase more of the e-liquids that you love? Yes, or no? These coupons essentially pay for the service itself, as some can be as high as 50% off!

Would you like to only receive e-juices that are made with USA made ingredients? Yes or no? Preference, really.

Once this is completed, you're required to choose a subscription.

The "Gold" Zamplebox includes
120-150ml of e-liquid at 44.99

The "Standard" Zamplebox includes
60-90ml of e-liquid at 24.99

No need to do the math to tell that this is a quality deal, people. Even if every bottle was 5.00, the "gold" box essentially provide you with two+ free bottles, and the "Standard" 1-3+ free bottles! 

The process was extremely fast, my order shipped the very next day (they tend to, if placed early enough) and arrived in about 3 days. From WA to AZ, especially considering two of those days fell over the weekend, that is some snappy shipping speed.

They are offered in 0, 6, 12 and 18mg increments.

After selecting your tier and nicotine level, you complete the payment process. Did I mention shipping is included? Not to mention...their is no annual contract! The charge is recurring, (taking) place on the date you purchased the box, but subscribers are free to cancel at any time!

Zample partners with a multitude of reputable vendors, such as NicQuid, Johnson Creek, Golden Drops, Cyclops Vapor, and more! 

Every box is a surprise. If you're a fan of surprises, or simply wish to broaden your horizon, I don't see an alternative. With ZampleBox, you're able to test a multitude of e-liquid from a variety of credible vendors, as Zample ONLY supports the best (95%! of potential vendor are actually DENIED!) 

To sum it up, ZampleBox is a shot in the dark that manages to hit it's mark, believe it or not. With the ability to sample a wide range of liquid, cancel at any time, and potentially stumble upon a vendor you love, there is no better place to go than Zample! 

I'd like to personally say, it has been a great pleasure dealing with the company. You can tell they're ia team who truly has a passion for their craft, and the industry they're apart of. From the way they communicate, to the quality liquid they select, down to the beautifully packaged box of delicious liquid, it is absolutely wonderful dealing with a company that truly values their customer base. With that in mind, I'd like to bring you the top three liquids I am positively enamored with!

Genesis(by seducejuice)

Flavor: This liquid is absolutely bursting with flavor. I can't even begin to describe what I taste, I get mango, citrus, licorice, with an absinthe twist. I am not big on absinthe flavors, but it is quite mild, as this juice is dominated by the mango/licorice combo. It may sound crazy, but this is a flavor NOBODY should miss. Personally, my new all day vape!
Aroma: A delightful infusion of citrus and licorice.
Throat hit: Slightly on the heavy side, but definitely compliments the flavor.
Overall: This liquid is magical. I seriously have never had a tastier liquid, nor one that managed to nail a variety of flavors without compromising the overall taste. Get yourself a bottle NOW. 5/5

Mysteriously Deep (by Clevervape)

Flavor: This liquid is a conumdrum, as they tout they're "As confused as you are." I pick up hints of fudge, cake, butter, and macaroon. It's a very, very decadent dessert vape, sure to please all who are a fan of the blend. 
Aroma: Sweet, buttered fudge.
Throat hit: The throat is no mystery, it is powerful!
Overall: Another wonderful liquid, toying with a variety of flavorings, at a great success. If you're a fan of chocolate dessert type liquid, this will definitely not disappoint. Not to mention it comes in a very nice glass bottle! 4/5

Jamican Sunset (by Vaporhut) 50/50

Flavor: A tropical explosion of flavor, with pineapple and peach being at the forefront of the vape. A very, very fruity sweet liquid, retaining an organic quality. It's a hard liquid to put down, as every vape just exudes tropical sweet fruit flavor.
Aroma: Pineapple, with a hint of lime.
Throat hit: Incredibly smooth, this liquid is definitely meant to be tasted!
Overall: A fantastic tropical liquid, sure to please any fruit fan. Get over to vaporhut now, as no review could do this liquid the justice it deserves. 5/5

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Juicy E Juice round two!

Today I'll be going over some liquid provided by JuicyEJuice. I've had a great experience with them in the past, and happy to say the same for round two!


Flavor: "Watermelon Wowzers" manages to capture the sweet, juicy taste of watermelon, all without succumbing to the dreaded artificial taste. It is a bit on the candy-sweet side, but nevertheless, a delicious treat!
Aroma: Smells like a watermelon jolly rancher! The scent lingers as well, filling up the room with a delicious scent.
Throat hit: Pretty sharp, especially at a lower nicotine level. Get ready for a punch!
Overall impression: This is a pretty straight forward liquid. It isn't a delicate mixture of a variety of flavorings; it is watermelon done justice! 5/5!


Flavor: Strawerry Delight is a bold flavor, fleshing out the ripe, sweet taste of strawberry. It is on the organic side, so it isn't as sweet as I'd like, but it is definitely a decent strawberry juice. It has eluded that "oh my god, this is the strawberry liquid I've been searching for!" factor, but it isn't bad. 
Aroma: Like a fresh strawberry, freshly plucked from the fields.
Throat hit: Very mellow, quite enjoyable.
Overall impression: I appreciate the effort, but it is just a bit bland. Perhaps I will never find a suitable strawberry juice, but I must go out on a limb and say thus far, this is as close as I've got. 3/5


Flavor: Wooooow. This has got to one the zestiest liquids I've ever had. It definitely has a strong, lime punch, with a twist of lemon on the exhale. It is quite strong, packing a very sour punch. It's a unique change of pace, and for those who crave something sour, this will not disappoint.
Aroma: Just like the rim of a margarita glass: salt, lemon, and lime. 
Throat hit: The throat hit is just as strong as the flavor, one of, if not the, punchiest throat hit I've ever had.
Overall impression: I cannot vape this exclusively, considering it is very, very sour. I base my rating on flavor above all, and considering it is almost identical to taking a bite out of a lime, it gets a solid 4/5


Flavor: Slightly spicy, with a unique sweet twist. It is similar to a cinnamon red hot, but a bit sweeter. Actually a nice balance, as the cinnamon isn't quite as strong, especially out of a dripper. I love cinnamon liquid, and this is a hit, as the sweet taste creates a very enjoyable balance of candy and spice.
Aroma: Cinnamon permeates, though it is not nearly as strong tasting, as it is smelling.
Throat hit: Cinnamon, in my opinion, always hits hard. Perhaps it's due to the combination of the candy flavoring, but this isn't as hard hitting as you'd expect. A nice medium.
 Overall impression: This is a great, great liquid. It's a cinnamon juice that is sweet, alleviating the overpowering taste commonly found in other cinnamon based liquids. I could seriously vape this all day, and if you're a fan of red hots, you've got to get over to JuicyEjuice. 5/5

I'd like to thank JuicyEjuice and Samantha for providing me with this fantastic liquid. It has been a great pleasure and I look forward to future business.

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