Today I’m taking a look at the Wick Liquor Serendipity e-liquid range.
Wick Liquor were established back in 2015, not long after I began my own vaping journey.
They seemed to appear from nowhere and swiftly gained the reputation for being ‘Boutique blenders of E-liquid’. For me, Boulevard was one such blend.
I really couldn’t tell you how many bottles of that Fruit Punch delight I’ve vaped. It’s one of those rare creations my taste buds never tire of.
Based in Staffordshire in the UK, Wick Liquor aren’t a manufacturer you constantly hear about. That’s because they pride themselves with flavours very much off the beaten track.
Flavours that take time to develop inside those ISO 9001 compliant laboratories.
The Serendipity range offers four new, distinctive flavours from this passionate gang of mavericks.
What Can We Expect From the Serendipity E-liquid Range?
This means they’ll be highly suited to the newer MTL (Mouth To Lung) vaper used to smoking on a regular basis. Salt nicotine isn’t as harsh on the throat and is absorbed into the blood stream more efficiently than standard freebase nicotine.
There’s enough space in the bottles to add up to two nicotine shots of your choice. For example, two 10ml 18mg freebase shots will give you 3mg nicotine strength.
Serendipity E-liquid Specifications
- 10ml E-liquid
- 10mg / 20mg nicotine salt
- 50VG/50PG E-liquid ratio
- Designed for MTL vaping
- Made in the UK
- TPD compliant
- Child proof cap
- Tamper evident seal
- Recyclable bottle
I’d like to thank Vape Club for sending these over for the purposes of review. It’s very much appreciated.
Ok. So we’ve got dessert, sweet, fruit, custard and menthol nestled in among this quartet.
.. Not necessarily in that order.
What do I think of ’em?
The wicking material is from Cotton Gods and replaced with each sample.
Please note: Flavour is subjective to the device being used. I can only tell you what I experience with the set up I’m using. Use my thoughts as a guiding beacon.
Wick Liquor Says:
If you give the Apple to me at its worthiest, I will make Apple Pie. The most comforting of all desserts, sweet, fresh, warm and delicious. Taste buds at the ready, cut yourself a slice and prepare to be swathed in sweet fresh Apples, Butter rich Pastry topped with Golden Muscovado Caramel.
Go on, have another slice, there’s plenty to go around!
That Muscovado caramel is dominant on the smell test but there’s very little indication of Apples at that point.
The true magic of Golden Sunset is of course with the exhale but not before copious amounts of sweetness on the way in. It sets the scene for the scrumptious stewed Apple very nicely.
There’s so much authenticity and originality to this version of Apple, right down to a warm mouth watering juiciness. I have to say that it’s probably one of the better dessert inspired Apple creations I’ve ever experienced.
Back to the magic.
The Bakery notes are rich and dense. It really does feel like the Apple is encased within a Pastry base. The Caramel adds to the richness of the exhale while also smoothing out the vape.
To add to the flavour delight that is Golden Sunset, the more I vape it the juicier that Apple gets.
If this isn’t a classic dessert vape I don’t know what is!
Wick Liquor Says:
All problems can be solved with ice cream. Who likes to indulge? We all do and even more so if that ice cream is creamy hand churned Rum and Raisin, chilled to perfection.
Make everything Irie as this flavour is destined to be the scoop of the day!
The exhale offers a lacing of Vanilla which takes a back seat to the cooling agent. Yet as a combined force its pretty much as close as things get to replicating the experience of an ice cream.
It’s a difficult one to pull off. Usually there’s too much Koolada and that tends to knock the cream and Vanilla into the background.
With Irie Vibes it’s the backbone of the vape, blended in a way to allow the classic taste of Rum to filter through.
As luck would have it I’m a big fan of Rum.
The Raisin content isn’t so noticeable and seems to be less focused than the creamy Vanilla and Rum.
As luck would have it I’m not the biggest fan of Raisins.
I guess you could call that serendipity..
Wick Liquor Says:
Easy peasy, Lemon squeezy. And what if those Lemons were the sweetest Nectar you had ever tasted? This magical mix brings you the freshest Lemons, pressed and triple filtered through frozen Sherbet granules.
When life gives you Lemons make them heavenly.
This has to be one of the sweetest and freshest Lemons I’ve sampled for a very long time.
Don’t expect a natural tasting fruit – that’s not the intention. It’s all about the sweets, baby and Sweet Nirvana more than delivers the vape goods.
I say this because it’s very rare to pick out the Sherbet in E-liquid but its here in spades. It fizzes and pops on the taste buds in a highly authentic manner.
So consequently what we get is a traditional boiled sweet. A Lemon Sherbet no less.
How Wick Liquor have managed to get the flavour experience so right is any ones guess!
The Koolada has been deftly applied too. It’s never intense and actually attenuates what is already a remarkably good creation.
If you’re looking for the ultimate sweet based E-liquid I strongly urge you to give Sweet Nirvana a suck – I mean vape!
Wick Liquor Says:
Hip, hip, Brûlée! – We all dream of a rich, creamy, sumptuous Vanilla Custard. Warm and comforting this masterclass blend brings you indulgent Bourbon Vanilla Custard, delectably sweetened with Maple and Marshmallow. Dive right in and taste the dream!
The sweetness of the Maple really does filter through nicely during the exhale. I like this because it never over stays its welcome.
This allows the richer tones of the dairy Custard to develop to effective levels. These Custard tones are at the very centre of the vape.
The Whisky accent is portrayed as a single drop with every exhale. It punctures and permeates through all the complexities of Vanilla Sky and attenuates what is a very impressive dessert vape.
I think the only downside is in the apparent lack of Marshmallow. It wasn’t really noticed that much and overlooked in favour of the Custard.
However the Whisky, delicate back notes of Maple tinged with sweetness and rich creamy dollops of Custard make for one hell of an original tasting vape.
It’s another dessert vape I’ll be coming back to time and again. If you like Custard vapes laced with a cheeky tot of Whisky you need to give Vanilla Sky a vape or six.
Serendipity E-liquid Final Review Verdict
All four of these flavours have been lovingly crafted, that’s for sure.
It’s clear a whole lot of time and effort has been put in to get the blending as authentic as possible.
Vanilla works with Whisky. Ice Cream and Rum are a match made in heaven. Stewed Apple and crumbly Pastry has never been as mouth watering and if you like fizzy Lemon Sherbet sweets there’s nothing else to touch the magic of Sweet Nirvana.
To say I’m impressed would actually be an understatement and the acid test is with the scoring. So very little to fault, so much to enjoy.
But to top it all off we’re actually getting an originality and authenticity rarely seen from E-liquid flavours.
The Serendipity range has been crafted with an abundance of care and attention, in my opinion.
Although there’s only four in the range it’s rare for me to like every single one. Admittedly I’m a dessert vape freak but even so.
To get so much flavour, so much complexity in a low powered MTL device is actually insane.
Wick Liquor are proof that you don’t necessarily need a cloud chuckin’ brick to get the best out of an E-liquid range.