- Created: 24 November 2010
Mrs. Doctor Vapenstein is a big fan of bubble gum, so when I ordered some 510 gear from Mad Vapes a while ago I asked for a sample of their Top Vapor Bubble Gum juice. They were nice enough to throw big 5 or 6 ml samples of a couple of their juices in with the order.
I have reviewed the other two already, the Fried Apple receiving favorable marks and the Maple Cream not faring so well. I could have stayed away from this bubble gum juice and never missed it, but I know a lot of readers like non-tobacco flavors so I would be remiss in not evaluating the ones that enter The Lab. Actually Dr. Vapenstein uses more bubble gum than the average person, every day on work days, so I am qualified to give an expert opinion on this flavor.
Before I begin I just want to state that Mad Vapes is an excellent vendor that provides great service, products, and prices. This review is not a condemnation of Mad Vapes by any means, and I hope they will forgive the candid nature of this review.
This 24mg stick of bubble gum is being vaped in my 3.7v Copper 510.
I normally don't comment on how naked juice smells unless there is something extraordinary or horrific about the odor. This thin pink juice smells like Aqua Net. Aqua Net, you know, the hair spray your grandmother used. The hair spray that if you're in the same room when it's sprayed gets in your mouth and you taste it for an hour. It stopped me in my tracks. I was a little afraid to start dripping this, but I persevered and gave my clean atty 3 drops.
Unfortunately that initial impression followed the vapor from my atty into my mouth, throat and lungs. Wanting to be fair I have sat here vaping this juice for the last half hour, with several additional drops applied. The flavor on inhale is a perfect fusion of hair spray and the bubble gum they used to pack with football and baseball cards. If you ever chewed any of that gum you know what I'm talking about, but if you haven't, it wasn't the bubble gum you were hoping for. There is a distinct and off-putting synthetic quality to this flavor, and the more I vape it the more that hair spray/insecticide flavor makes me want to hurry up and finish writing this Juice Review.
Flavor on exhale is more of the same. Hair spray and artificial bubble gum. Feeling a little nauseous.
This juice has some throat hit, but the vapor production is below average.
So that's it for Mad Vapes Top Vapor Bubble Gum. I am saving the rest of this bottle for the next time Mrs. Doctor Vapenstein's cat gets fleas. I just can't vape any more of it. Absolutely wretched. This juice receives a Toe Tag and is scheduled for disposal in an unmarked grave, unless the cat gets fleas. I am going to go lie down for a while now, until next time.