I was kindly sent this premium e-liquid by the team at Lazarus Vintage E-Liquid's from their 'Seven Wonders of the World' range of premium E-Liquids for the purpose of this review.
About Lazarus Vintage.
"Founded by experienced Master Chef Bruce (he cooks), Sir James "Jay" Bateman (he sells) and Professor Keith Sells (he spells), Lazarus Vintage brings to you a world of sensory culinary delights.
From the moment you twist open one of our soft vegetable wax seals, the inspiring aromas envelope you in our world of passion.
Our ethos is to consistently produce innovative flavour combinations that leave you overwhelmed, with a rich VG consistency to allow you to increase the power to experience even greater, smooth flavour and vapour volume.
Some of our products are notoriously popular with the most famous juice reviewers and we will always strive to push the boundaries and surprise time and time again." -: lazarusvintage.co.uk
Compass is described on the Lazarus Vintage Website as follows:
"With its powerful layer of delectable candied sweets and intense white wine aroma, Compass has been described as a sweet botanical experience. Reflecting this powerful sweetness and cool demeanor, Compass has boldly taken its own direction in rapidly becoming a favorite with our lady clientele". - Lazarusvintage.co.uk
PG/VG Ratios : 70/30 Heavy
Nicotine Strenghts : 3, 6, 13, 18mg
Bottle Size : 15 & 30ml
Place Of Manufacture : Texas - USA
Price from : 15ml £10.99 | 30ml £21.99
My Vaping Set up
Atomiser : El Cabron RDA - Comp Vape
Wick & Coil : dual coil 1.0ohm
Device : Sigelei 100w plus @ 35watts
This mysterious sounding e-liquid arrived along with another ejuice from the Lazuras Vintage range, delicately packaged in a simple brown cardboard box, nestling on a bed of packaging straw, along with a glass pipettes top, to be used to dispense the choose flavour.
The Compass elixir came packaged in a clear 30 ml glass bottle, with a flat top screw cap, that had been wax sealed using a red wax, it's funny that the way an ejuice is packaged seems to some how enhance the anticipation of cracking open the seal and getting some on your wicks.
Once you have cracked the seal and unscrewed the cap you release the floral aroma of the elixir, the aroma could be compared to that of a floral wine, quite lite and fresh, but with an underlining sweetness. interesting.
On vaping Compass.
A real natural lightness in flavour as you inhale, with tantalising floral notes, with just the right amount of depth of flavour to draw you into the flavour journey.
As you continue to draw in the vapor, and as it reaches about half way up your tongue, you start to get a developing sweetness coming through, which seems quite intense compared with the lite floral notes at the start, this sweetness is quite hard to describe, it doesn't seem to be fruit nor candy based, but more something in the middle, either of which it seems to create quite a moorish flavour. Which seems to build quite nicely on the tongue, when using a dripper, to deliver a satisfyingly sweet throat hit.
As you start to exhale, leaving the sweet note at the back of your throat, you seem to get a very pleasing floral infused sweetness moving back out across your tongue, which, just as it began, seems to tapper out to a quite a refreshing floral note at the tip of your tongue. Clearly leaving the enhanced sweetness at the back of your throat, and the lite floral notes across your tongue.
I found infusion of flavours very well balanced and crafted.
Well suited to a clear summers day. Lite enough to Vape all day and well into the warm summer evening.
Flavour : 9/10
Throat Hit : 9/10
Vapor Production : 9/10
Aroma : 8/10
Overal : 9/10
Supplied by : www.lazarusvintage.co.uk