Time for another review from the Canadian MEO eJuice range. This time, we will be reviewing “Frech Toast and Milk” from the Milk range. Yes, I know this sounds rather unusual but we will get to the bottom of this rather peculiarly named juice.
The blenders describe this product as “Crunchy french toast cereal splashing in milk” slightly confused by the description which lead to some research, so it turns out that there is a cereal brand released in the mid 90s which this juice seems to be based on. Personally, I haven’t seen or heard of this product in the UK before, so we’re just going to have to give it a thorough taste and see what unfolds.
The Milk range from MEO eJuice is available in 30 + 120ml glass bottles. Nicotine strengths 0, 3, 6 and 12mg. There is no VG/PG ratio listed on the MEO website or on the bottle, but judging by the consistency of the juice, we’re going to guess that it’s 80/20.
For this review we used the following hardware:
- iJoy Tornado RDTA w/0.22 dual Alien coils
- RDTA wicked with Kendo Vape Cotton
- Twisted Messes Mod @ 80w
To be brutally honest, when this particular juice first arrived at HQ, I was not keen on the sound of it at all! This, of course, was the assumption that the “French Toast” was referring to the savory dish, as mentioned above, the cereal variant isn’t one we have in Northern Ireland. So, with the Tornado RDTA filled we can now move on to the taste test.
Lid Up – this is very much a sweet scenting vape! Notes of syrup and cinnamon are present, the initial smell of this juice is making quite a few promises. There is also a cake-like or perhaps even a pastry aroma.
Inhale – Sweet syrupy cinnamon, promises from the Lid Up are being delivered which make the Inhale of French Toast rather satisfying on the palate.
Exhale – The collaboration is now complete. The syrup, cinnamon, notes of almost jam-like notes with just a hint of something baked have all rolled together. Please do not let the name put you off, “French Toast and Milk” is a must try juice. Is it an All Day Vape? It certainly is, in fact there’s actually none left in the bottle. We’re going to need to source more!