Vapor City Sauce – Conspiracy – Review
Conspiracy will be the 3rd of 7 flavors I will be reviewing from Vapor City Sauce.
Vapor City Sauce describes this an “exotic tropical gateway” with a blood orange inhale.
A Hobo X will be used for today’s test. It’s a DNA200 powered stabilized wood mod with a 900mAh LiPo battery pack. My Snubnose RDA will be my dripping atomizer of choice today. It is running a dual 24 gauge kanthal build @ 0.39 ohms. Coils were dry burned clean and fresh Japanese cotton used as the wick. Testing will be done between 45-55 watts.
Upon first opening the bottle, I was greeted with a pleasant aroma of the blood oranges from the description. There are notes of other flavors but nothing strong enough to put my finger on. Once I loaded up the dripper, I started my test at 45 watts to keep the heat down. The blood orange flavor is present on the inhale as described and is decently pleasant. Finally a flavor I like at first!
But again, I am disappointed. On the exhale, I get…nothing. Ok, not exactly nothing. But the flavor is so light on the exhale it might as well not even be there.
As I move up in wattage the blood orange comes through on the inhale even more. There are definitely notes of other flavors there, but they are so light and indistinct I cannot say for sure what they are. That being said, the blood orange is a decent flavor that is easily vapable for long periods of time. I found that the higher temperatures are better for Conspiracy.
Vapor City Sauce – Conspiracy is the yellow labeled bottle 2nd from the left
Conspiracy started off ok enough but I still cannot recommend it. The blood orange while good on the inhale quickly loses all flavor on the exhale. As the other liquids from Vapor City Sauce, I am not sold on the cost that this liquid is going for at retail ($21.99/30mL).
- Flavor: 5/10
- Value: 3/10
- Is it harsh: no
- Recommended wattage: higher temperature recommended
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