Today I’m taking a look at the brand new Juice N Power 100ml Fruits e-liquid range.
Juice N Power were established in 2016 in Preston, UK. They have a very strong on-line presence and their shop is dedicated to delivering the ultimate vape experience.
Always striving to be the best in the vaping industry, Juice N Power are well aware that vaping isn’t just a hobby. It’s a lifestyle too.
Their mission is to create products that deliver the same effect as smoking, without all the associated health risks.
The mission seems to be on track. They’ve won countless awards across various events and are currently known in 60 countries spanning 6 continents.
What Can We Expect From the Juice N Power 100ml Fruits Range?
Juice N Power already have quite an extensive range of 50ml short fill flavours on offer.
It looks like this is the first time they’ve released flavours in larger 100ml bottles. They do all appear in their 10ml 50VG/50PG range but since they’re probably best sellers, you’re getting much more to vape this time.
Can’t be bad..
Three are full on fruit affairs while one includes a beverage twist.
Being short fill bottles, there’s enough space left inside to add two 10ml nicotine shots of choice to the 70VG/30PG juice blend.
Juice N Power 100ml Fruits E-liquid Specifications
- 100ml E-liquid in 120ml short fill bottle
- 0mg nicotine
- Space for 2 x 10ml nicotine shots
- Designed for sub ohm vaping
- Made in the UK
- Child proof cap
- Tamper evident seal
- Recyclable bottle
I added two high VG 18mg freebase nicotine shots, resulting in a 75VG/25PG juice ratio with a nicotine strength of 3mg.
My weapon of choice is the Digiflavor Drop RDA V2. I used a single Wotofo fused Clapton coil with a resistance of 0.4ohm with Cotton Gods as the wicking material.
The RDA was paired with the SX Mini SL Class V2 Mod running at 3.7V / 35W.
Thank you to Juice N Power for sending these for review and I will report back on my own findings. Please be aware that flavour replication can and will alter from device to device. Use my thoughts as a rough guide as to what to expect from the range.
Blueberry Sour Raspberry
A juicy Berry blend with a sharp aftertaste. An aromatic yet sweet Raspberry on the inhale, balanced out by a sour Raspberry for the ultimate experience.
I’m very much reminded of a Raspberry slushy. It has that cool, refreshing after taste.
The taste of the Raspberry is very appealing even though it’s clearly artificial in output.
There’s also just the right amount of sweetness applied which helps to drive things along.
Where the flavour starts to unravel is in the use of Blueberry. I’m not a fan of the concentrate JnP have used to recreate the fruit.
Unfortunately it’s already tied up with the Raspberry and tends to become more pronounced as the exhale develops.
The icy cold touch of the inhale works very well but to me, Blueberry Sour Raspberry is a bit of a Jekyll and Hyde flavour.
That Blueberry really does take the shine off what could’ve been a decent vape.
A wonderful fruity flavour mixing sweet Pineapple with cool ice, creating a refreshing vape.
It works for me!
Quite natural tasting and a fine replication of the juicy, Summer fruit.
I must admit I was expecting the usual Sugar Cube version that seems to be ever popular these days.
Instead it oozes natural appeal and really does work those flavour receptors to the max.
It all begins with the inhale and the slow build up of sweetness.
It doesn’t take long for the icy cold fingers of the Koolada to tickle the throat and the fruit literally bursts forth on the exhale.
And you’ll be feeling the effects of this succulent, mouth watering Pineapple long after the vape, too.
So as far as Frozen Pineapple is concerned, you really are getting what you turned up for.
Highly refreshing and a great vape for the long, Summer months.
An exotic Passionfruit with a delicious blend of zesty Lemonade that will tease, delight and enchant your taste buds.
Now this is a clever little combo.
It’s mentioned as Passionfruit in the flavour description but to me it’s more like Grapefruit with maybe just a touch of Pineapple.
That fruity fusion is pleasing enough in its own right but I’m particularly impressed with how Lemonade has been crammed between the two.
There’s nothing synthetic or artificial and it’s just like the real thing with additional ingredients applied.
I pick out sourness on the inhale, foreshadowing the flavour explosion that follows.
The frostiness of the Koolada is pitched perfectly with Passion Lemonade and the flavour fusion really benefits as a result.
This could easily have been ruined by too much sweetener. Here it’s more about the bitter and sour like qualities than anything else.
A finely crafted E-liquid if ever I tried one!
A taste of ripe summer English fruit. Plump Raspberries and sweet Pears deliver a fresh flavour to blow the mind of every fruit lover.
I’m really not too sure about Raspberry Pear.
By that I mean the berries are present but there’s a distinct lack of Pear. Of course there’s more than enough sweetness to the vape.
And it works very effectively, but I’m not experiencing any blending of fruits.
Again, the Raspberry has a very clean, natural taste and by now I’m convinced natural sweetener has been used throughout all four.
I’m just confused about the Pear! On occasion it feels like there are a few back notes early in the exhale but they’re soon lost to a rather dominant Raspberry.
The Koolada is bang on! Just the right level of frostiness for my liking. It doesn’t cut my tonsils in half – for which I’m eternally grateful.
However, if you’re expecting a collision of two popular fruits you may be a bit disappointed.
Final Review Verdict
The E-liquid does seem to have a thicker consistency than 70VG/30PG (even before the addition of high VG nic shots) and that was noticeable when dripping on the RDA.
But in their natural state it’s great to see clear juice through the bottle. No artificial colourant, only the natural tinting process brought on by the addition of nic shots.
The cotton wicks certainly benefited. Very little discolouration over the course of time and practically no gunking up of the coil.
Vapour production from my set up of choice was more than satisfactory.
What about those flavours?
Something of a mixed bag to be honest. Where the blending worked it was fabulous. Where fruits seemed to be absent or clashed, it obviously didn’t.
One thing’s for sure…
The flavours had a very clean, natural taste. Combine this with pitch perfect sweetness levels, the odd sour and bitter back note and a complimentary icy inhale and we have the makings of something truly memorable.
I’m just not sure the flavour concentrates were implemented to the best of their ability.