After more than a year of trying out various flavours that this company, better known as Smoker's Angel, carries, it's time for a general update of this review. Now, we'll split it into two pages - this one will deal with ECD e-liquid imported from China. For more info on Smoker's Angel UK made e-liquid click the link to read our review.
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Let's go back and talk about imported e-liquid carried by Smoker's Angel. We've tried a part of this rich selection (see the full list at the end of this review)
When I first tried cartomisers from Smoker's Halo Kit (link to our review), I knew they were onto something with e-liquids. That one was a nice tobacco flavour with a slight touch of vanilla which didn't stand in the way of powerful throat hit at all, but added the joy to the overall mix.
First about the throat hit: it's fairly strong, so even 12mg won't feel weak.
Imported ECD e-Liquid comes in 15ml easy to handle bottles. All produced in China under the licence from ECigaretteDirect.co.uk
American Red- Compared to Dekang's Usa Mix (both intended for Marlboro Red users), this one is better. Mind you, all Dekangs I've been using for months aren't bad at all. ECD American Red is a full, rich flavour especially when compared with Marlboro Red tobacco cigarette. This one has the potential of becoming favourite. Everybody in the house just loves it.
I suppose some people might like Popular blend. I am still vaping it but, to tell you the truth, it's not among my favourites. So I've added a few drops of pineapple-coconut-rum to it and now its taste is just fine:)
Virginia Smooth VG – very good and pretty neutral - it lets itself get mixed with other, more pronounced flavours. Other Smoker's Angel flavours are PG, so it's good that you have some neutral VG to mix them with. So far, we've tried it alone and with other flavours I've mentioned in this review.
Smoker's Angel Menthol e-liquid isn't as sharp and pronounced as menthol from their Halo Kit cartomizers (which are also good in its own right). This flavour has tobacco notes in it, just FYI. We did enjoy it, though.
As for Pinepapple-Coconut-Rum (Pina colada) – whoever created it, I wish to thank this person. The taste is absolutely fabulous (provided, of course you love all there's in it anyway). First, it is really all that: coconut, rum and pineapple and yet, this exilarating oppulence of exotic aromas does not get in the way of strong throat hit.
Its taste is pretty intense, though, so you might want to mix it into some tobacco flavour, experimenting with a few drops here and there to see what fits you best. I took my chances with the other two ECD e-liquids from this review and with Usa Mix (Dekang, 50/50 PG-VG).
Some of the exotic flavours like this one are really fantastic but thing is that people are hesitant to even try them, so the juice unjustly falls by the wayside. Probably it's that their names sound too un-tobacco, so hardly anybody gets to know how great some of these ejuices really are. Well, that's a pity.
Whisky – we are not fond of this one. First none of us likes whisky – that would be enough to put us off, I suppose. Just in case, I'll let it stay for a week or two, maybe try some steeping, too. We are not sure if it's the flavour itself or there wasn't enough time for steeping.
French Pipe and Havana
Now, not only we aren't connoisseurs of pipes and cigars, we hardly had anything else to compare it to, except Highbrow Vapor's E-cigar and French Pipe e-liquid.
So, these two are more neutral than Highbrow Vapor's e-juice which tastes more exotic. Both are pretty vapable (we've already gone through them). So, for the sake of those who don't like sweet flavors and are looking for something more on a bitter and sharp side - this might be it.