Moshi Review Part II: Moshi's Revenge
To view Part One of Vape Moshi Reviews, click HERE.
It was not too long ago that I was given juice by Moshi in exchange for my honest review. Review them I did. While I was impressed at the quality of their packaging and the juice itself, it was 50/50 vg/pg juice, which I personally do not prefer.
Today that changes. Moshi has re-released the majority of their flavorful concoctions in a new Max VG format. All premium juice companies beware as a new contender enters the ring..
Moshi Cloud Edition.
First, I must return to the juice that made me say "Give me a Max VG version and I’ll vape it for LIFE".
I am a man of my word, and this delectable blend of ripe strawberries and bananas is very near perfection. I truly wish this could be the juice I had hoped it would be, but unfortunately this recipe needs a little tweaking before it can be the juice of my dreams.
To me, the banana flavor is a little muted now and really seems to take a backseat to the strawberry. I love banana juices unequivocally, and this is still one of my favorites, but it's just not as flavorful as its 50/50 counterpart.
This is not a bad flavor whatsoever; I still love it, but I believe that it could be better.
The Cloud Edition of this juice has really grown on me. I now appreciate that it isn't very sweet because if it was, it would be very overbearing as many candy flavors are. This has just the right amount of sugary goodness that you would expect from a cola gummy.
The somewhat spicy/carbonated bite that I noted in my initial review of this flavor is gone. It's now very smooth and the cola itself is quite subtle which I think is perfect. At this point, I consider St. Clair to be a flagship juice for Moshi and I feel that they've really cornered the market with such a unique flavor.
If you love cola gummies, this juice is super yummy and you shouldn't hesitate to try it. If you've never had a cola gummy in your whole life, you owe it to yourself to try this juice anyway.
Still not getting much of a snickerdoodle flavor from this. I am getting hints of nuttiness now though, which takes the juice on a sharp turn away from a snickerdoodle cookie.
This is just my opinion, but I think Moshi should rebrand this particular juice as an almond biscotti flavor because I believe it fits the flavor profile better. There just isn't enough of a sugar cookie taste for me to consider this a snickerdoodle flavor. It's a great juice, but I love snickerdoodles and this juice just doesn't hit the mark.
I could totally vape this juice with my morning coffee though..
Nothing has changed here.
Still a great custard flavor with just a bit of cinnamon on the backend. It is a bit plain though for those who seek unique flavors such as myself. That said, I can't think of any improvements that could be made.
A bit basic, but a solid flavor nonetheless.
I feel like I need to state again that I am not fond of chocolate flavors when it comes to e-juice. It's not that I don't like chocolate, it's just that so few companies can nail a convincing chocolate flavor. It's hard. Partly because chocolate is supposed to be quite sweet, and you don't want that in an e-juice because it'll gunk up your coils and burn more than atomize. It's really rough to formulate an authentic chocolate taste.
After tasting this Max VG version of Rosedale, I realize that it tastes vastly different than it did when I first tried it in its 50/50 recipe.
The flavor I get is not very rich, but actually quite light in terms of chocolate. To me, this juice is reminiscent of hazelnuts dusted in a slightly sweetened cocoa powder. It's very odd sometimes how a puff of vapor can so closely mimic a physical treat, but I love it when it happens.
My only gripe is that I just wish the hazelnut was a bit more rich (think hazelnut coffee creamer, but not so extreme). This juice as it stands is a very light hazelnut flavor with just a sprinkle of cocoa and it's good, it's just not great.
This flavor is new to me and therefore is the only juice in this review that I have not experienced as a 50/50 juice.
Well folks, this juice is a big whopping smack in the tastebuds of orange, with a little smooch on the cheek of pineapple afterward. It is a little bit harsh, which makes it stand out from the rest of the Moshi lineup, but I know that it's the orange flavoring behind it. I've had multiple juices that were primarily orange-flavored and they all had varying levels of harshness to them. Please don't fault Moshi because of this;, it's just something that you'll have to get used to if you like orange in your e-juice.
This juice really sticks out from the rest of the Moshi juices simply because it's so fruity in comparison to the other juices I've reviewed from them. It almost seems out of place. It's very flavorful and quite delicious once you get used to that bite from the orange. I just wish it a hit a bit of cream to mellow it out some.
In conclusion, Moshi made a bold decision to revamp their already excellent flavors for the Max VG/dripper market, and it was not in vain. If you have never had the luxury of trying Moshi's line e-liquids, there is no better time than now, and no better way to experience them than their Cloud Edition juices.