Manufacturer’s Description: ”A refreshing and revitalising concoction of bittersweet lemon, lightly tangy botanicals and fizzy sherbet”
Statistics: Zephyr by Decadent Vapours., Available in 0%, 0.3%, 0.6%, 1.2% and 1.8% strengths, Available in 15ml bottles , 40%PG/60%VG.
Vaping statistics: 0mg strength, vaped on a Kangertech Subtank Mini with Kanger RBA, 5 wrap Kanthal 0.45Ω coil mounted on the Smok X Cube Mini @ 15 and 30 watts.
The bottle note of this particular liquid is absolutely enjoyable, reminding me exactly of a lemon sherbet, even down to the imparted fizziness. There was an odd floral note that just poked through the overall scent.
The first initial puffs are also absolutely enjoyable, a bright, lemony taste topped with a light fizziness. Although, this is where it becomes a bit of an odd one. Throughout the entire taste os this wierd flowery taste, like having huffed a bouquet of flowers and while it isn’t entirely unpleasant, it isn’t exactly enjoyable either.
Continuing through the tankful, the retrohale is greeted wiith a slight candied flavour to it, almost as if there was some syrup added into the mix. Towards the end of the tank, the flavour doesn’t really evolve or impart anything new, however it doesn’t become unpleasant or offensive.
Overall, Zerphy is an enjoyable liquid to puff away at, especially if you are a fan of lemon sherbert but the weird floral notes put me off from enjoying it as an all day vape.