Don’t quote me on this, but I believe this e-liquid flavour is named after the famous calabash pipe smoking detective Sherlock Holmes – even Liberro recommend this juice for your e-pipe! So this should be interesting. Why? Well, if you peruse my other reviews, you’ll notice that I’m rather partial to a tobacco pipe (naughty, naughty, I know).
I opened the small black box and removed the plastic 10ml sample bottle. The liquid is a deep shade of orange and of thin consistency. I unscrewed the childproof cap and took a deep breath. Not much to report there. A slight cigar like aroma, but nothing overpowering. Filling a CE4 clearomizer the character became more apparent and reminded me of a generic Sahara blend – one which, I must confess, is not a favourite of mine.
Today, I’ll be testing another e-liquid from Liberro’s Liquid Purity range: Venetian Cherry. I know from fellow vapers that Cherry is a very popular flavour and as I’ve been on a bit of a vape tasting spree these past few weeks, I couldn’t wait any longer to experience the fruity delights that this one conjoured up.
Just for the record, I’ll be using a High 1.8% (18mg) nicotine strength, PG (Propylene Glycol) 10ml sample bottle of Venetian Cherry. Referring to the Liberro website, I see that 1.8%/PG is currently the only option. Rest assured, I recently heard from the owners that they will be releasing more strength combinations in due course – so keep checking back for updates.
When I used to smoke cigarettes I’d occasionally buy a pack of menthol cigarettes, not very often, just now and then. I can’t say they were a favourite, just a change from the bland smoky taste that most smokers experience after a while.
Anyway, I never really found the menthol flavour had the same sort of “hit” as a regular stick. Similarly, when I started vaping I never really got into menthol scene, so I thought it high time I tested out a bottle of Liberro’s Liquid Purity Eskimo e-liquid, to see if my tastes had changed over the years!
As with all Liberro’s Purity range they are made with pharmaceutical grade nicotine (barring the 0%/0mg, of course) and the finest flavourings, all manufactured here in the UK by Decadent Vapours exclusively for Liberro.
A few years ago I was in the United States for the 4th of July celebrations. A true slice of Americana – a day long family barbeque and many desserts to choose from, plus of course, a beer or two (or three!). It was a typical Floridian day – hot and humid – so I delved into the cooling properties of Key Lime ice cream!
I haven’t had it since. So when a sample bottle of Liberro’s Key Lime Delight arrived I was keen to rekindle those memories.
As a traditional tobacco e-liquid vaper I’m not exactly renowned for experimenting with “exotic” flavours, apart from when I first started vaping back in 2008. Then I would try anything and everything. At one stage I even blended my own concoctions, mixing unflavoured 36mg nicotine juice, with supermarket food flavourings and added Glycerin BP from the local pharmacy.
Happy days or not?
I recall I had a few successes, but alas more failures! One blend I was quite fond of was my homemade “coffee”. A touch on the bland side it still ranked up there with my finest creations. As time went by I ditched my homemade brews and got stuck in a proverbial “tobacco” rut.
Today I’ll be sampling the delights of Liquid Purity available exclusively from Liberro, a name you can trust for quality (ISO9001 accredited) and customer service – I should know I’ve purchased quite a few liquids and e-cig bits from them since 2008 (back when they were known as e-cigs.co.uk).
I recently received six 10ml sample bottles (various flavours), all High, 1.8% nicotine (or 18mg in old money).
I’ll start off with an interesting take on a semi traditional tobacco flavour called Knightsbridge.