Review of Caramel Apple from Mount Baker Vapor



This ejuice was kindly sent out to me direct from MountBaker Vapor in the USA, from their wide selection of ejuices that they produce. Which are freshly mixed when you order, and are 100% USA made, and shipped within 24 hours.

Caramel Apple is described on the Mt Baker website as follows:

"Just like the famous caramel dipped apple, Caramel Apple e-juice has notes of salty sweet caramel and crisp apples, to delight any vaper." - mtbakervapor.com

Ejuice Specification
PG/VG Ratios : 80/20%, 65/35%, 50/50%, 20/80% and Max VG
Nicotine Strenghts :  0,3,6,12,18 snd 24ml
Additions : You can also add extra flavouring shots,
Bottle Size : 15, 30 and 236ml
Place Of Manufacture : USA
Price from : $4.99


My Vaping Set up
Atomiser : El Cabron RDA - Comp Vape
Wick & Coil : dual coil 1.0ohm 
Device : IPV Mini @ 30 watts

The Caramel Apple arrived in a 15ml soft squeeze plastic bottle with a powder blue child proof safety cap, the labelling is clean and simple, with the Mount Baker Vapor logo on the left hand side, with the ejuice details across the front, giving you the ejuice name, nicotine strength  : 12mg, the PG/VG blend, which in this case was 50/50, Extra shots, and the date the ejuice was mixed. Under that you have the list of ingredients. And proudly stamped on the side the Made in the USA mark.

Aroma.
As you unscrew the cap and take a good sniff, whilst giving the bottle a lite squeeze, you get a distinctive caramel aroma, with a real apple sweetness sitting behind it. All in all a very sweet smelling juice.

On Vaping Caramel Apple.
As you start to inhale this sweet smelling vapor, you initially get a pleasingly sweet caramel infusion, start to work its way up your tongue, leaving a real sweetness on the tip of your tongue, as the caramel sweetness  progresses back up your tongue, you start to pick up a slight salty undertone on the sides of your tongue.

It only when the vapor starts to reach the back of your tongue, does it start to reveal the other side of the flavour, and you start to get hints of fresh green apple, with quite a sharpness to the flavour.  But at this point still a background flavour.

As it reaches the back of your throat, it delivers a mid level throat hit, with a nice caramel sweetness to it.

As you exhale the flavour tones seem to switch, and as the vapor passes back over your tongue, you seem to get a blast of the green apple, which seems to have had the sharpness turned down, which leaves you with a a nice fresh green apple infusion. With just the right amount of sweetness, whilst still holding onto its salty caramel coating.

Conclusion.
I have bee Vaping this ejuice for a couple days now, and found it a really satisfying Vape, with just the right amount of flavour and sweetness, with a nice salty note to it, although I did find I seem to get a bit a caramel coating type of vapors tongue, after blasting on it all day.  Which weirdly seemed to keep me coming back for more of the apple fresh exhale. I think I would have liked a bit more of an apple aftertaste. 

MVR Score
Flavour : 7/10
Throat Hit : 7/10
Vapor Production : 7/10
Aroma : 8/10
Overal : 7/10


Supplied by : www.mtbakervapor.com