Bakers Daughter by Coil Spill

It’s time for another juice review here at the Belfast Vape Bar. This is the first of two new products on the market from US-based blenders Coil Spill. Today we will be reviewing ‘Bakers Daughter‘ which the blenders describe as “A delicious sugar cookie with hints of white chocolate and soft melted marshmallows. Baker’s Daughter is sweet, warm, and satisfying, perfect for fall time vaping“.

The Coil Spill products are dispatched in 60ml glass bottles with pipette. Being a 70/30 VG juice, Coil Spill is ideal for both dripping and tank based atomizers. For this review, we are using an RDA to truly get to grips with the flavours within.

This product was sent to us for the purpose of review by the folks at Vintage Vape Rooms. The Coil Spill line is available to purchase from the Vintage Vape Room’s store in Dublin and from their website:

For this review we used to following hardware:

  • Lost Vape Triade DNA250
  • Vaperz Cloud Mini Fat Buddha RDA w/ flat twisted build at 0.23Ω build
  • RDA wicked with Cotton Bacon v2

Taking a little sniff from the bottle before vaping. Bakers Daughter has a rather warm sweet smell, the first thing that comes to mind is the marshmallow but there are also subtle notes of cookie in the background.

The Inhale – The sweetness promised from the initial sniff from the bottle was delivered on the inhale of  Baker’s Daughter, not a sweetness that can become overwhelming or sickly but rather fitting with the aforementioned marshmallow.  No sign of the white chocolate or cookie here yet…

The Exhale – We decided to use the juice in an RDA as mentioned before, the sweet spot for us was at 120w. The flavours were complimented at the higher temperatures with more of them being present as well. The exhale of Bakers Daughter revealed the same sweet marshmallow as with the inhale but the white chocolate has finally revealed itself. The white chocolate is not a flavour we have vaped before but was very pleasant.

The familiar taste of a freshly baked cookie also lingered to round off this juice rather well. All of the flavours combined were reminiscent of a s’more. We’re not sure if this is what the blenders at Coil Spill had intended but we were impressed nonetheless.

Would I buy this product? For £19.99 a bottle, it’s a yes from the review team at Belfast Vape Bar. The flavours work very well with each other and isn’t too sweet as initially expected. Although, Bakers Daughter would not be an all day vape but more of an evening vape. We would like to thank the folks at Vintage Vape Rooms once again for sending us this product for review!