Digby’s Apple & Cinnamon Pudding 50ml short fill Review
Digbys was one of the first hand crafted, small batch Juices that I tried, when I was lucky enough to be sent some back in 2013, after getting to know Sam (founder & creator of Digbys) on Twitter, and from their, closely followed the development, and growth of Digbys as it bloomed into one of the UK’s most prestigious Eliquid creators and manufacturers, over the years the Digbys name has become synonymous high quality, hand crafted, Best of British Eliquid. Even as the company has grown, Sam has managed to keep both feet firmly on the ground, and stayed true to the original Digbys brand. Producing exceptionally good quality juices that don’t follow the trend, but set it, continually working to bring new and exciting blends to market, only after theyhas gone through, months and sometimes years of development and refining, to create perfection, Only then will he allow the Digbys name to be put on the bottle.
Over the coming weeks, after the arrival of a very generous Digbys vapemail, I will be revisiting some classic Digbys flavours, and reviewing some new additions to the growing Digbys line up.
About Digbys Juices
By handcrafting only the best tinctures they bring a unique and refreshing range of top quality e-liquids for electronic cigarettes. All of their products are made in the UK from EU TPD notified and MHRA regulated ingredients in strict laboratory conditions. Brought to you with time patience and a whole heap of good ‘ol fashioned love.
Apple & Cinnamon Pudding is described on the Digby’s website as follows;
“Oh yum, this 50/50 juice is rather scrumptious. Baked cinnamon and apple pudding finished with smooth lashings of custard. It really is a treat. Smooth sweet inhale with the custard notes on the out.”
And comes a 50ml Nic Free Short fill for £9.99 direct from the Digbys website.
The Digby’s Apple & Cinnamon Pudding Vaping Experience.
Imagine pulling out of the oven, a steaming hot tray of baked apple, with the sides of the fruit glistening as the juices slowly ooze through the bursting skin, erupting with sweet flavour, after previously having the apple centre scooped out and mixed with raisins and golden syrup before gently being put back in, before being sprinkled with a generous dusting of cinnamon. Served in a bowl, pressed with the back of a fork, to allow all the juices to escape, before covering it with lashings of homemade custard. This is the picture I painted in my mind, when I started to think as to how to describe the flavour profile that this finally blended ejuice delivers.
Sam at Digby’s is a true master mixer, and I feel his talents truly shine when he is creating a dessert inspired vape.
This juice seems to have, and deliver multiple flavour sweet spots, as you inhale, as each layer of flavour is uncovered, one after another. To start with you get the intense natural sweetness of the baked apple, intensified through the gradual caramelisation of the sugars in the fruit. As you get further back up the tongue, the Cinnamon begins to warm through, once again exposing another layer of sweetness. Strangely I seem to get a vortex of flavours, curling as you inhale just behind my bottom lip.
The true flavour high point for me, occurs just at the point when you complete your inhale, and begin to exhale, at the turn of the wave, it’s as if you have the remainder of flavour from the inhale, double layer as you exhale. Fantastic.
The sweet infusion of the Baked Apple and the cinnamon, is interlaced with swirls of thick classic Digby’s Custard, which as we know states proud in the Vaping world of custards, this addition of creamy custard, adds a layer of smoothing creamy goodness, that effortlessly allows the vapor to glide out over your tongue.
Very impressed with Digby’s Apple and Cinnamon Pudding, more a Baked Apple than a pudding, but who is splitting hair. This is a stunning juice, that is not to be missed.
Flavour : 9out of 10
Throat Hit : 9 out of 10
Vapor Production : 8 out of 10
Overall : 9 out of 10
Supplied by : www.digbysjuices.co.ukDigby’s website