In the USA, it’s official, the FDA is now going to be pulling your card (eLiquid) if you did not submit your PMTA’s.
Yep, it’s starting. Start sweating. Four down, thousands to go.
Only the strong and smart will survive and or eLiquid companies with the most money, as the average PMTA filing cost’s about $300K per flavor, per nic level and per size.
Read more here:
- 555 – Northland Vapor Company
- Blueberry Extra – DYI
- Blueberry Wild – DYI
- Bluebird – Bluebirdstheword
- Cotaro – DVS
- Goose Juice – Quacks Juice Factory
- Killer Kustard – Vapetasia
- Luckybird – Bluebirdstheword
- Mika – Yami Vapor
- Nuts & Cream – Northland Vapor Company
- Picayune _ Daughters and Ryan
- Ramback – Daughters and Ryan
- Royalty II- Vapetasia
- RY4 Pistachio – Charlie Noble
- Shaka- Yami Vapor
- Taruto- Yami Vapor
- Tobacco Trail – Cuttwood
- Yellowbird – Bluebirdstheword
Time to bring on some spring/summer flavors.
These exquisite flavors are perfectly blended and not too sweet.
Mika is a blend of passion fruit, orange, and guava.
“Taruto is the perfect representation of one of the most popular desserts in all of Europe and Asia, known throughout the world as a Portuguese Egg Tart or Dan Ta in Asia.”
Shaka is a mango and mangosteen flavor.
Thought I would try the Killer Kustard by Vapetasia I heard about from the Vape Team boys long ago and i’m impressed. It’s good! Balance is great and its not too sweet. Notes of milky cream, vanilla and egg are clear and present and it has a nice smooth exhale. Recommended.
Quite a surprise in today’s vape mail. New packaging and new gorilla bottles! These are about the only flavors I will buy in 120’s these days as they are my ADV’s. Nothing comes close to these flavors of hazelnut caramel cream and tobacco. If you are as old of a vaper as I am, you will appreciate the hazelnut smooth tobacconess of this 555 without the wet socks weird Dekang/Ruyan flavoring of the past. Northland Vapor Company, hailing from Moorhead Minnesota, boasts no artificial sweeteners and no Diketones added. This makes for a really clean vape with very little or no gunked up coils. You can vape them individually or even blend them together to give yourself a unique flavor combination. I usually wait for the $9.99 each deal given out quite a lot or pay the retail price of $14.99 each. Not bad for 120’s 🙂
Give them a shot, you won’t be disappointed here.
These just in today from Craving and they do sound good 😉 I will update this after some time tasting them. Not sure who is the chef of these Good eLiquids but maybe Kenny can fill us in as to the history of this stuff and things. Looks like a new(er) Akema label as well!
As described by the manufacturer:
Good: Rich, golden cake swirled with vanilla creme, topped with crumbly cinnamon streusel and powered sugar.
Good(er): Think creamy french vanilla ice cream, with fresh spearmint chips.
Good(est): Notes of cookie crumble, strawberry shortcake, rich creme, and crystalized sugar.
- Professor Plume: Tobacco, Cream and Butterscotch!
- Tripoli: Tobacco, Fig and Almonds.
- Charlie’s Custard: A rich and balanced Vanilla Custard with a baked crust. Just about perfect.
- RY4 Pistachio: Pistachio, Vanilla, Caramel and Tobacco.
- Tobacco Trail: Typical delicious Cuttwood base with sweet Tobacco notes.
For those of you old enough to remember RY4 and 555, I highly recommend you try Northland Vapor Company’s 555 and Nuts and Cream. They describe them as smooth caramel and toasted hazelnuts combined with a sweet cream and a classic mild tobacco flavor with undertones of toasted nuts. The 555 they have concocted is a perfect replica, and in fact, better than the Ruyan / Dekang 555 originally produced around the 2008/2009 era. Absolutely amazing! and in my book, an all day vape. Northland also boasts no artificial sweeteners & diketone free. You can get it here.
Next up is Quacks Juice Factory’s Goose Juice. You custard connoisseurs out there must know that Goose Juice is one of the most interesting and in demand custards made. It hails from upstate New York and there is no other vanilla custard out there like it IMO. Linda has created a very unique, delicious and hard to describe herbal formula that makes Quacks stand out on its own. It’s a must try for you vanilla custard lovers. Yes, I could not get Linda to divulge her secret flavors 🙂 If you have not tried it, I would suggest you get a pre-made bottle first. I get the DIY flavoring because yes, I save money and its easy to add VG, nicotine and 20% flavoring to a bottle. You can get it pre-made here.