The Razz & Jazz e-liquid review and they’ve been sent to me by RVG Distribution, an English company, focused on providing Canada’s best selling e-liquids to Europe.
That being said, Razz and Jazz are obviously manufactured in Canada. Something that may not be so obvious, is that these awesome sounding liquids are made by the manufacturers that manufacture Twelve Monkeys and Illusions e-liquid.
I’ve never tried the Illusions liquids but I have tried the Twelve Monkeys and they’re pretty awesome, so awesome that I’ve stocked them in my shop a few times.
What Can We Expect From the Razz & Jazz Juices?
Well, if the Twelve Monkeys juices are anything to go by, I’ve got pretty high expectations.
RVG Distribution state, the Razz & Jazz juices are:
The ultimate selection for berry lovers that have a sweet tooth for chewy gummies.
In my head I’m envisioning those little Raspberry Gummy sweets the come in black and red (but just the red ones) with a twist.
For it to be ‘Gummy’ it needs that oily taste…otherwise it will just be fruit.
The entire range is 65VG/35PG (50ml short-fills – zero nicotine).
Razz & Jazz Packaging
The juices I received came in this awesome gift gox, along with 2 small packs of Raspberry Gummies and nic-shots. However after looking around the web, I can’t find these for sale anywhere, so I’m not going to discuss it any further, we’ll just talk about the bottles. That being said the entire box would make a decent present!
The bottles are the Chubby Gorilla Unicorn style bottles (although I’m not sure Chubby Gorilla is the actual manufacture). The top nozzles are those that go fully in to the bottle leaving a small lip at the top.
The bottles are clear and transparent, which is the most popular, and personally my favourite because it allows you to see your juice and especially your liquid level nice and easily.
The branding on these bottles is spot on and it’s not over the top.
All the caps are red to match the brand colours, the top half of the label has a red background with a jazzy warped sun beam type lines.
In the center of the top half is the logo, nice and prominent. The berries and the word Jazz on the logo are coloured to represent the flavour (as well as the bottom part of the label.
The flavour title of the juice separates the top and bottom of the logo, the liquids information is just below the flavour title (0mg 65VG/35PG 50ml). I like that because it’s easy to but it’s not too in your face.
What Am I Using To Test The Razz & Jazz Juices?
I’ve completely rebuilt my Vgod Elite RDA, using dual fused claptons (NI80 2.6ohm/ft 2-28/36) 6 wraps with a 3mm inner diameter and a new wick (I’m currently using some unbranded stuff a friend gave me, it comes in sheets, which is always nice).
I’m going to be using each flavour for at least a full day each before writing that flavours section.
I’m super grateful to RVG Distribution for sending me the juices free of charge for the purposes of a review. For your benefit and for the benefit of the manufactures and RGV Distribution, I’m going to be 100% honest about the E-liquids.
However please bare in mind that different vape set ups provide different tastes and taste its self is subjective.
A Word From The Lab
I can’t seem to find a written description of what the flavours are but they are pretty self explanatory.
Here’s what RVG say about the range:
Indulge yourself in delightful combinations of the finest ingredients mixed perfectly with our signature juicy gummy raspberry.
Made in Canada with high-quality ingredients, Razz & Jazz brings you the best gummy tastes and the best raspberry flavours on the market!
Discover delicate and clean flavours that will surely satisfy every taste.
We have designed the flavours with customers requests in mind and have successfully balanced great tasting flavours that maintain coil longevity.
Razz & Jazz – Peach Raspberry
I’m quite a fan of peach flavours lately so let’s hope it’s up to par!
Straight off the bat the flavour struggled to come through, I put it down to the new wick and went on with my day – it didn’t take too long for the flavour to start coming through.
It is really impressive how much these actually taste like Raspberry Gummies with a side kick from the peach.
The peach isn’t over powering but it’s definitely there, as you inhale filling your lungs you get that oily raspberry taste that the sweets first give off.
As you exhale you get the peach intertwined with raspberry.
In regards to prominence, I don’t think it’s massively over powering, however, it is definitely prominent.
Razz & Jazz – Blueberry Raspberry
This flavour is just great.
As you inhale, the raspberry taste is nice and prominent at the back of the mouth.
As you exhale the blueberry is super prominent, it doesn’t quite over power the “Raspberry Gummy” flavour but it is very prominent. Both the Blueberry intertwine nicely to create a great flavour.
You also get a great sweet Blueberry Gummy flavour after taste.
As a whole this flavour is nice and prominent.
Razz & Jazz – Original Raspberry
So after the first two flavours, I expected the Original Raspberry to be quite bland, boring and low in prominence – I was wrong!
I’m impressed, The flavour is much more prominent than I expected. As you inhale you get a really nice and sweet raspberry flavour, with a hint of that ‘gummy oil’ that I keep talking about.
As you exhale the sweet Raspberry flavour just gets more prominent, it is a fully mouth flavour that tastes like what it says on the tin; Raspberry Gummies.
As expected it leaves a great taste of Raspberry Gummy sweets in your mouth and at the back of your throat.
10/10 for prominence.
Razz & Jazz – Mint Raspberry
I was really looking forward to trying this one… I’m not sure why, I think it’s because of the colour of the label. It gives the impression the mint is going to be a nice and sweet spearmint…if done right, this flavour could be amazing!
I wouldn’t say I’m disappointed in the flavour, but it’s not what I was expecting.
As you inhale there isn’t really a sign of mint, it just tastes like the others, raspberry gummies.
As you exhale you get the Raspberry Gummies flavour with a hint of mint.
Now it’s important, we discuss what type of mint because there is a lot of different types.
One thing that really annoys me with mint is people often brand mint as menthol and visa versa. Mint is a taste, menthol is a cool sensation.
In regards to the mint flavour here, it is more leaf mint than anything else (it’s not a sweet mint).
The mint flavour is mainly prominent when you are exhaling, it becomes more and more prominent, but the most amazing thing is the mint tastes seems to get stronger as an after aftertaste, and that lasts for a minute or so.
Razz & Jazz – Lemon Raspberry
I am a huge fan of sweet lemon flavours if they are ‘right’, hopefully this one hits the spot.
The Lemon Raspberry is a strange flavour. The Lemon and the Raspberry aren’t stand a lot flavours, they intertwine to create one new flavour…which unfortunately for me is quite hard to explain.
The intertwined flavour is present from the very second you start inhaling, it’s a bitter lemon mixed up in equal parts with a sweet raspberry.
That pretty much describes the flavour as a whole.
It is strange, on each puff the flavours twist and rotate around each other, at times the raspberry is more prominent and other times the lemon is more prominent. But always with the underlining gummy flavour.
Final Review Verdict
It’s quite rare these days that I do flavour reviews, but I am really happy I did these interesting flavours.
Out of all of the flavours, the peach is the least prominent but I do appreciate that peach is a soft, subtle flavour.
Something I didn’t mention above, is how clear the liquids are, I mean they are super clear, like water. I think there is something to be said about liquids this clear as they usually look after your coils a bit better.
Also the liquids are mixed up at 65VG/35PG, that 5% less VG should also help look after you coils a bit too.
If you get the opportunity to try these juices, make sure you take more than one puff, these are the kind of juices that need 2 or more puffs to fully appreciate the taste.