“Milk of the Gods” by Vapors Anonymous

Manufacturer’s Description:  ”This juice tastes like the famous Mexican drink, horchata with a hint of caramel and our secret nectar sauce

Statistics: Vapors Anonymous – Milk of the Gods by Vape Craft., Available in 0, 3, 6, 12 and 18mg strengths, Available in 15, 30 and 150ml bottles, 30%PG/70%VG.

Vaping statistics: 0mg strength, vaped on a Suprimo x Sigelei Moonshot RDTA mounted on a Kangertech Kbox Mini 2, built with dual coils measuring 0.3 Ω at wattages between 15 and 35 watts. Also tested on the Tuglyfe regulated dual 18650 box mod by Flawless with the Velocity RDA equipped with dual coils measuring at 0.25Ω.

In this review, I’m going to be sampling “Milk of the Gods”, sent to us by the blenders at Craft Vape.

Now, for those who aren’t familiar with what “Horchata “ is, the cooking website noshon.it describes it as:

“As a refreshing, creamy-ish, cinnamon-y drink that is served chilled, pleasantly sweet and great for something to sip on in the summer heat. Think along the lines of a rice or almond milk with cinnamon (but better)

The initial bottle note doesn’t reveal much about the flavour, a slight synthetic, creaminess initially, although if you sit with it you can definitely identify a smooth nutty scent just topping the bottle note off, while not unappealing, it doesn’t do much to attract your attention.

So, unsatisfied with the bottle note, I popped some fresh cotton into the RDA and gave it a blast, this is where the liquid started to truly shine. I was first greeted a delightfully creamy flavour. The milky, creamy taste gently tinged with a slight sugary sweetness, a smooth caramel laced through it. On the end of each retro hale there was a beautiful sweet, almost spicy flavour of cinnamon added through it. Just a little treat added at the end of each moment of indulgence with this liquid. The “Secret Nectar Sauce” that the blender mentioned is hard to identify from the main body of the flavour. I’m not even sure if I can distinguish it from the flavour.

After sitting and enjoying this liquid for a while, it doesn’t fall into the trap I find most dairy liquids do. It doesn’t become sickly or overpowering and remains a fully enjoyable liquid to have in your RDA or tank.

The clouds it produces on higher wattages are absolutely divine. Thick, fragrant clouds that carry the flavour of the liquid in the air hang around beautifully. Absolutely no complaints in this area and overall this liquid fails to disappoint, remaining fully enjoyable through the entire experience and if I had accidentally spilled this liquid (which, I am very prone to doing) I would definitely go around purchasing another bottle.