Welcome back to another E-Juice review by Foxy
This review will be for “Kiberry Yoghurt” made by the chaps at Kilo ELiquids in the U S of A!
Kilo liquids have for a long time been one of my favourite manufacturers of American juices with my own personal vaping experience of their line being nothing more than epic!
For this review I will be using my IPV4-s with the V1 Turbo RDA running a dual coil with the resistance of 0.28Ω. My wattage will be set to 70W to start with then I shall increase the wattage to 75W just to taste the temperature difference.
The presentation of the bottle is exactly what I would have expected from Kilo, with their logo standing proud on the middle of the label. Their logo would be what I interpret to be a scale with the arrow pointing to the one kilogramme mark? On the side of the bottle you will find the batch number firmly printed just above a disclaimer stating that this product is not a smoking cessation product. On the other side you will see something which is actually a rarity on American liquids…..you will see that it is not for sale to anyone under the age of 18 and that you should store your liquid at room temperature.
On opening the bottle I am greeted with a deliciously creamy yoghurt smell almost like a nice strawberry yoghurt that you would buy from your local dairy shop.
On the inhale I get a subtle hint of strawberry and a rather powerful taste of yoghurt, the longer I inhale for the stronger the strawberry becomes which almost equalled to the strength of the initial cream flavour. As I hold the vapour in the strawberry flavour vanishes and is almost replaced by another fruit flavour.
On the exhale I am greeted with a bitter zest kiwi which is delicately rounded off by the yoghurt flavouring to create a perfect blend of creamy goodness wrapped in kiwi.
Cloud Production: 8/10
So now it’s the time where I have to ask myself if I would buy this juice once my review sample is finished! As I mentioned above, the entire Kilo range cannot possibly disappoint me. They invest so much time and money into their juices and it really shows in the final product. The flavouring was there for me and the cloud production was exactly what I would have expected to get from a 70/30 VG/PG mix.