Review of Ravens Cut Obscured By The Clouds from the Vapor Establishment

I was contacted by the team at The Vapor Establishment based out of Indiana, USA.  And asked if I would review there range of hand crafted Tobacco based E-liquids. These eliquids were sent to me free of charge for the purpose of this review.

About The Vapor Establishment
The Vapor Establishment began 2014.  Founded Christopher Hempfling and Co-founded by Eric Thorpe. Producing hand crafted, small batch tobacco based e-liquids, using N.E.T.'s ( Naturally Extracted Tobacco ) to produce naturally tasting full flavoured e-liquids.

Obscured by the clouds is described on the Vapor Establishment website as follows:
"A Extremely tasty special mix of The Vapor Establishment's Raven's Cut. Obscured by the Clouds is a mix of Madagascar Vanilla Bean, Caramel, with hints of Jim Beam Maple Bourbon and Almond. Virginia Fire Cured Tobacco. Sinfully Delicious Vape Indeed!"
Ejuice Specification
PG/VG Ratios : 50/50 or 30/70
Nicotine Strenghts :  3, 6, 13, 18mg
Bottle Size : 30ml
Place Of Manufacture : USA
Price from : $11.99

My Vaping Set up
Atomiser : Bellus RTA

Wick & Coil : dual coil 24awg @ o.4ohms
Device : Snow Wolf @ 40watts.

This eliquid arrived well packaged in a 30ml glass black textured bottle, with a black child proof safety cap, with built in pipette.
It has a contrasting white gloss label,  with Raven's Cut N.E.T written across the top of the label in blood red print. This sits above the the Ravens Cut logo,  a pen and ink drawn raven resting on a branch. Below it is clearly labeled with the name of the juice.  To the right of the label are small tick boxes, indicating the nicotine strength 6mg and PG/VG blend 50/50 mix Nicely packaged and well labelled.

On Vaping Obscured by the clouds.
As you inhale, first of the bat, your taste buds are quenched in a sweet natural caramel, which is lifted by the addition of vanilla, which seems to sharpen and polish the caramel, on the first few inhales there is a slight bitterness from the caramel coming through, which seems to reduce as you continue to vape.

As the vapor reaches about half way up your tongue the caramel seems to move aside, as the dominant flavour, and the natural tobacco leaf flavour starts to come through, which as a stand alone flavour has is own natural level of sweetness.

At the back of the throat, the tobacco delivers a satisfying throat hit, with a nice kick from the sweet caramel,  

On exhale the vanilla caramel, seems quite heavy at the back of the tongue, still romanising from the inhale, but as you continue to exhale the natural tobacco seems the lift and lighten the caramel as it travels out across the tongue, leaving the sweetness from the caramel tobacco on the tip of your tongue.

Conclusion.
Caramel and tobacco are two flavours that are hard to combine in the correct levels, without one overpowering the other, this Ravens Cut blend seems to have nailed it, which I think in part is down to the clever addition of the vanilla. Which seems to balance out, but at the same time bring together the two flavours, very impressive vape, full of natural flavours, and silky smooth.

MVR Score
Flavour : 9/10
Throat Hit : 9/10
Vapor Production : 8/10
Aroma : 8/10
Overal : 9/10

Supplied by :   www.thevaporestablishment.com