Creamy heavy chocolate, not quite bitter.
The flavor is that of Australian milk chocolate, such as a Cadbury but with a slight nutty hint.
The flavor is pretty damn accurate. A high grade milk chocolate, not with a nutty flavor, but the same slight scratch you get in the back of your throat from eating too many nuts, possibly from tannins Or salt.
The closet description I can give is somewhere between making cocoa on the stove with cocoa powder, milk, vanilla extract and sugar, when the milk gets a little too hot and you get that thin film of delicious chocolate floating on the top, and a Cadbury mini egg, which would make it a slightly overheated high quality milk chocolate.
At 7% it's wonderful solo, but When it first came out I tested it at 5% and 10% and didnt see anything useful other than an additive.
7% solo mix, as an addition to a recipe is very flexible, but it's not a bold flavor so I would keep percentages above 3% and works best with other light flavors, I.e. Banana, cake, ice cream, vanilla, etc.
I would like to experiment with some cinnamon, or something along those lines and make a Mexican hot chocolate.
The whole thing was pretty well rounded, nice warm milk chocolate taste on inhale with cool milk chocolate on exhale. No complaints in this department.
This I definitely underestimated. I went through the entire 15ml tester I made in 10 hours, a very light vape, but not weak. Just super pleasant all the way through and didn't get any where near gunking my coils. After three and a half tanks my wick was only slightly yellow.
ADV? Absolutely, this at 7% is going to always be in one of my tanks. I usually go from loving to hating a juice within 5mls, and I just vaped 15% in one shift.
Throat hit 2/10
Flavor Accuracy 9/10
Creams, berries, heavy fruits, cereals