VP Vaping Review: The FUU Eliquid – Part 2

FUU Eliquid is a French company based in Paris. The FUU is one of the oldest e-liquid companies in France and they have an extensive list of juices over ten ranges to choose from including concentrates to do your DIY.

I met Jean of The FUU at for the first time at Vape Jam UK (you can read about my journey by clicking here). I then was able to meet up with Jean again when we were both at the Vaper Expo UK – The Return (you can read about that by clicking here). I had been disappointed that I hadn’t had the chance to review Sublime Cacao an amazing true to likeness of the Snickers chocolate bar. At this meeting Jean kindly gave me a bottle for review. Jean also gave me two of their newest juices from their Specialities range and two new additions to the FUUGLIFE family for the purpose of review.

I have added the review of the two new additions to FUUGLIFE in my previous review and you can go and check them out by clicking here.

Since I last did a review for The FUU you can now buy some of their ranges in the UK at www.HouseofVapesLondon.co.uk, which include the 50VG/50PG version of FUUGLIFE – 10ml for £7.00. They also have High VG FUUGLIFE starting at £7.00 for 10ml, £11.90 for 20ml and £24.50 for 50ml. You can get all of these in 0, 3, 6 and 18mg nicotine strength. They also do The FUU’s original gold and silver ranges and also their HVG range.

You can also buy all of their juices from www.TheFUU.com and the juices I have for you today. Three juices from their Specialities range. For 10ml €6,50 coming in 0, 3 and 6mg nicotine strength and they are a 70VG/30PG mix.

The review I will be conducting will be a scent test from the open bottle of juice and then a flavour test on the devices listed below.

With no further a do, I’ll get on with the review.

Devices used:

  • Aspire Pegasus 70W @ 40watts, Aspire Triton2 with Clapton 0.5ohm coil
  • Innokin CoolFire plus 70W @ 40watts, Aspire Cleito with 0.4ohm coil
  • Joyetech Cuboid 150W @ 70watts, Geekvape Tsunami 24 with Dual Clapton 0.8ohm coils, wicked with Kendo Cotton

Sublime Cacao

Scent: really strong coco powder, I find the smell a little too strong and not too pleasant.

Flavour: in my last review of The FUU I raved on about this juice but didn’t get the chance to review it, but now I do. My opinion of it has not wavered one bit, this juice is outstanding to the likeness of a Snickers chocolate bar. I have tried a couple of other attempts at doing this flavour and they haven’t come close. With some juices, your first try I’ll say to myself, ah yes, I know what they are going for here. But there is a tendency for that feeling to fade as you continue to vape. Not with this juice, every time I take a vape the resemblance is there and there in abundance.

On the inhale I am immediately taken over by this wonderful flavour of roasted peanuts. Closely followed by a soft caramel and a hint of chocolate. On to the exhale and the peanuts drifts off and the luscious caramel comes further forward, but the chocolate stays a hint, just enough to know it’s there. An outstanding mark of craftsmanship, love it, love it! Its not necessarily something I could vape all day, but certainly a treat every now and then. It’s a must try!

As a side note this juice or vape does smell quite strong, so don’t think you can go, sneak off and vape this secretly in the house – you won’t get away with it!

VP Review Rating: 11/10

Cucumber Collins

Scent: cucumber with sweet notes.

Flavour: when I was talking with Jean at the expo and trying out some of his new juices, he presented me with this juice and I said “you have got to be kidding me?!”. Jean just calmly said “just try it”. Now, I hate cucumber with a passion for two reasons, I think that it is the most pointless piece of tasteless vegetable there is and secondly it gives me indigestion. So I was reluctant to say the least. However, I was pleasantly surprised, the addition of brown sugar makes for a very pleasant and refreshing vape. How I did chuckle to myself, obviously Jean had every confidence.

It is really hard to describe, because if I read this and I read that you could taste cucumber in it I wouldn’t touch it, but believe me it’s worth a try.

On the inhale, you can tell it is cucumber but it is very light and with the combination of the brown sugar it makes for a unique flavour. This grows on the exhale and leaves me with a refreshed but slightly sweet palate. It’s not quite for me, but for people who like a menthol/refreshing vape then it is a must try. It also doesn’t give me indigestion.

VP Review Rating: 5/10

Man O War

Scent: coconut.

Flavour: this is a Pina Colada through and through. An excellent blend of pineapple, coconut and rum. It is mixed well that it is difficult to distinguish separate flavours and makes what is a full-bodied cocktail.

On the inhale I get a rich smooth coconut with pineapple which pops out slight sharp notes and there is an under current of rum with cream notes. Then there is like an explosion of flavours on the exhale coming together delivering this delightful beverage. An ADV for me.

VP Review Rating: 7/10

So, to my conclusion, I was impressed with The FUU on my first review and I am equally impressed now. The continuation of excellence coming out from this French company is outstanding and should be tried by one and all. All the flavours will put a smile on your face as it has done with me. They have excellent consistency through the range and deliver a full-bodied flavour and some excellent vapour production. I have found that the FUULIFE range is definitely better if dripped. These three juices come across very well in tanks too. Both The FUU and the House of Vapes London websites are wonderfully laid out and easy to use. Looking at the website I see that The FUU are not stopping and have come out with another range and I look forward to hopefully seeing Jean again and trying out what is next on the horizon for The FUU. The company seems to be going from strength to strength and I wish them well on their journey. If you haven’t tried their juices, then why not go and check them out, I believe that you will be pleasantly surprised.

I would highly recommend going and checking out The FUU.

You can do this by going to http://www.TheFUU.com or click here.

If you wish to buy from a UK vendor, you can do this by going to http://www.HouseofVapesLondon.co.uk or click here.

You can also find them on social media;

Instagram: @HouseofVapes.London @anothersmoke (The FUU) @FuugLife

Twitter: @HouseofVapesLdn

Facebook: /HouseofVapes.London

I’d like to say thank you to Jean of The FUU for giving me these juices for review and look forward to our next meeting.

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If you think that there is a juice/vendor out there that you think I should try or you are a company and would like me to do a review, you can contact me via the following:

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Have a dapper day cloud chasers!


VP Review Rating explained:

8/10 – 10/10 = Highly recommend, will be keeping in my personal stock

6/10 – 7/10 = I would recommend 

5/10 = I would recommend, but is not of personal taste

0/10 – 4/10 = I would not recommend

MOD & juice: Joyetech Cuboid 150W @ 55watts, Geekvape Tsunami 24 with Dual Clapton 0.8ohm coils, wicked with Kendo Cotton  – The FUU, Specialities – Sublime Cacao  – 3mg

Haircare: Mr VP Beard oil and a little Layrite pomade to calm the tashe (which I also use in my hair)





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