Review of Lazarus Vintage Kaselk E-Liquid

I was kindly sent this premium e-liquid by the team at Lazarus Vintage E-Liquid's from their 'Valley Of The Kings' 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." -:

Kaselk E-Liquid is described on the Lazarus Vintage website as follows :  

"A refreshingly cool lemon inspired elixir that is surrounded by the fresh Mediterranean fruits of Morocco. This one has been known to make you feel like you’re enjoying an ice pop under a palm tree on an island getaway. "

Ejuice Specification
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 exquisite 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 elixir came packaged in a clear 30 ml glass bottle, with a flat top screw cap, each bottle has then been individually wax sealed, which definitely adds to the prestigious feel on this product, and a finishing touch I have not come across before.

In addition to the premium wax seal, each bottle in the Valley of the Kings range, has a textured fabric style label, which has a nice tactical feel to it. Along with Egyptian themed characters, and ejuice name on the front. The side of the ladle clearly shows the choose nicotine strength, ingredients and place of manufacture.

As you break the wax seal and unscrew the plastic cap, you start to release the aroma from inside. A very lite zesty lemon fragrance with a smooth almost creamy fruit blend sitting behind it, a very inviting, intriguing aroma, 

On vaping Kaselk 
After giving the wicks a good soaking, and as you start to draw in the fragrant vapor, the first flavour note that your taste buds start to pick up, is the infusion of zest of lemon, which seems to be at just the right level of flavour to awaken the palette, without being to overpowering. It starts the Vape off with a great level of summer freshness.

This lemon infusion, is by no means left on its own, it is seamlessly interlaced with a level of creaminess. That seems to create a buttery smooth inhale.

This creamy background flavour, definitely has a fruit base to it, which as I continue to Vape, I believe is possible mango based, like some sort of creamy mongo desert. Which adds to the level of freshness that this ejuice delivers.

As you continue to inhale, and the vapor travels across your tongue, the sweet layers seem to develop, and at some points I seem to even get a hint of coconut, which seems to vanish as quickly as it appeared.

At the back of the throat, the combination of flavours, delivers a satisfying smooth throat hit, with that signature note of freshness.

On the exhale the flavours seem to intensify, and the level of sweetness sharpen, to create an almost cooling sensation, as the vapor passes back over your tongue.

Leaving a fresh aftertaste that keeps you coming back for more, whilst producing a great level of thick vapor.

Some eliquids when they arrive, all nicely packaged, end up looking better than they actually taste. But definitely not in the case of Kaselk, from the moment it arrived and I broken the wax seal I knew I was in for treat, and the level of flavour definitely didn't disappoint, an amazing combination of flavours, perfectly balanced and interlaced around the headline zesty lemon.

Some people may look at the price, as I did, and think that £21.99 for 30ml is a little on the high side, but when you work it back, it works out at £7.33 per 10ml, inc, delivery, and I think once you've tried it, you will be of the same opinion, worth every penny.

A little something special for those long summer days.

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

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