T max: Dr Stanley Clark’s Original Recipe Snake Oil
I had heard rave reviews about the Snake Oil juice from T Max over of both the UK Vapers and POTV forum and decided I really needed to give this a try.
The T Max website currently only sells/produces the one e-liquid but covers a good range of options from zero to 24mg and an array of sizes from 30ml upwards. It also came pre-steeped which helps save a good bit of time!
Snake oil is described on their website as
“The main flavours are citrus fruits with a slight sugar coating, hard to describe but maybe something from your childhood? All this citrus is balanced with a background note of anise, which is mellow and rounded in flavour.”
E Cig used in this review: eMode set to 4.2v with 2.4oHm atomiser
The aroma from the bottle is really nice, the aniseed and citrus smells quite refreshing. On vaping the aniseed is very subtle as is the citrus flavour which combines to create a smooth vape that leaves a really refreshing aftertaste that lingers nicely in the mouth.
It also leaves the cooling effect in the mouth that you get from menthol flavours.
My taste buds might be completely off but I was also getting what I think is a slight hint of what tastes like pineapple coming through?
Not sure if anyone else gets this? Would be great to see if you do in the comments section below!
So it was definitely a good e liquid flavour for me that I have no problem using as an all day vape.
The PG/VG split is 60/40 which helps with the fantastic vapour volume I was getting from the Snake Oil.
It was definitely unlike any other juice I have tried so far and to be honest at first I wasn’t too sure about it but the more I vaped it the more it grew on me and I found myself going back to this regularly.
The flavours all work together well and the result is a subtle yet refreshing vape. The price is good as well costing £13/30ml, £19.99/50ml, £29/80ml and £35/100ml.