VP Vaping Review: Eco Vapes – Psycho Bunny

Eco Vape are a large UK company based in Nottingham. To date they have seven ranges to choose from with a huge selection of different flavours.

My first encounter with Eco Vape was about two years ago when I started to subohm vape and I went on a hunt for different companies and flavours to try. I remember quite clearly two flavours I loved from Eco Vape – Custard Cake and Plum and Marzipan,  I remember consuming quite a bit of it. My hunt/journey led me away to find others just because of my inquisitive nature.

Eco Vape are a company who attend events and so do I, our paths were to cross again most notably at Vaper Expo UK – The Return (you can check out my visit by clicking here)Eco Vape were launching their Psycho Bunny range and I met Brett from Eco Vapes for the first time and we had a really good chat about the products and the show.

Brett and I met again this year at Vape Jam UK 3 (you can check out my visit by clicking here) which was great to see him, we had a catch up and chatted about the pending TPD regulations coming in (which is on the tips of most peoples lips at the moment). Brett asked me if I would do a review of the newest five flavours from the Psycho Bunny range and gave me them for the purpose of review. I was a little excited about this, I had enjoyed my previous encounter with juices from Eco Vape so why not these? Well read on and lets find out my thoughts on this new range.


At present I cannot find these particular flavours on the website, I shall give you pricing and information from the other Psycho Bunny flavours, www.Eco-Vape.uk £9.99 for 30ml (3 x 10ml), it comes in 3mg nicotine strength only and is a 80VG/20PG mix.

Edit: All flavours are now showing on the website.

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:

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

Custard Appeel

Scent: custard with citrus notes.

Flavour: I was a little curious when I smelt this to how this was going to be. Though it slightly messes with my senses, it does work. It’s a bit like if I took a small glass of freshly squeezed orange juice and mixed it with a rich vanilla custard.

On the inhale I am engulfed by a fresh orange juice which becomes creamier right at the back of the inhale. On to the exhale and this rich thick creamy custard comes forward and blends with the orange and the slightest sharp notes ping at my taste buds, leaving me with a slightly citrus and creamy palate. An ADV for me.

VP Review Rating: 8/10

Yellow Mirage

Scent: pastry and creamy lemon notes.

Flavour: wow, this is very good. There are a lot of companies that have done a lemon meringue pie and this is one of the best I’ve tried. Really good measures of all the desired flavours. Well done Eco Vape.

On the inhale I get a rich slightly tarty and creamy lemon curd coming in on a wonderfully soft pastry. On to the exhale and this accentuates with the accompaniment of a light and fluffy meringue with sweet notes. Very cleverly done. Nothing is too overpowering, making for a lovely ADV for me.

VP Review Rating: 9/10

Serial

Scent: fruity cereal notes.

Flavour: for me this is a slightly different take on the classic Fruit Loops. My daughter loves eating fruit loops but without any milk and this juice tastes like that for me. Though there is a creamy edge to the fruit loops, if there is milk in this, then it is only a spattering. For me, as there has been more emphasis on the fruit loop it is a really good vape for me.

On the inhale I am met with a fruity cereal with creamy notes. There is the slightest of throat hits, but nothing off putting. On to the exhale and this all blossoms with citrus notes jumping out zinging my taste buds. Is it an ADV? As it doesn’t have to much in the way of milk I think it is.

VP Review Rating: 8/10

Prism

Scent: mixed fruits.

Flavour: oh my goodness, this is so good, divine. I think what helps is that I’m really into my fruit vapes, so when I come across a good one, I’m put into seventh heaven. The blend is so well done that it is hard to break down and define, a unique flavour has been made.

Do you think I like it?

On the inhale I am greeted by an explosion of fruits that move around so quickly that my senses just cannot keep up. On to the exhale and this explosion continues, a mix of soft plump juicy fruits and there are citrus notes too. There is almost an element of not wanting to know as I enjoy the vape for what it is. Trying is believing, is it an ADV? Err, yeah!

VP Review Rating: 10/10

Well Baked

Scent: just like a cherry bakewell tart.

Flavour: OH MY GOODNESS, nothing like finishing on a high! This is truly amazing. I have had many juices that smell like what they are trying to be, but I come to taste them and left a little disappointed. Not with this juice, it smells like, it tastes like it, it fools me into thinking I might be eating it. Once again good measures make this an great juice.

On the inhale I get layers, first I get a sweet juicy cherry, a light sponge and a drizzling of icing. But it is all about the exhale, the cherry just fills out, the sponge is most definitely a moist almond sponge and the icing a thin layer (not too much). Another excellent juice Eco Vape. This is not only an ADV for me, but the rest of the week too. Now the review is done this juice will not last long.

VP Review Rating: 11/10

So to my conclusion, I find that Eco Vape have brought some fantastic juices to the market. Though they are flavours that are already out there, I believe that these juices are some of the best in the categories that they preside. They all deliver a mouth watering full-bodied flavour and produce some excellent vapour. They come in unicorn style bottles, I actually prefer the type they have gone with, with the slightly longer tips. The bottles come with child safety caps and tamper rings. I love the labelling and the packaging, the Psycho Bunny is a funny looking little fellow but it works, the packaging has all the information that should be there, but what I do think is good is the symbols on the side guiding to which devices this juice is good with, see image below.

The website is very colourful and is clear and easy to navigate. There is an abundance of different ranges to look at and try and it looks like a new range is about to be launched, how exciting. Trying half of the Psycho Bunny range certainly makes me want to check out the other half. I am hoping that Eco Vape will be in attendance at Vaper Expo UK at the end of the month and I will be able to check out their new range.

I would highly recommend going and checking out Eco Vape.

You can do this by going to http://www.Eco-Vape.uk or click here.

You can also find them on social media;

Instagram: @EcoVape_

Twitter: @EcoVapeUK

Facebook: /EcoVapeUK

I’d like to say thank you to Brett of Eco Vape for giving me these juices for review.

If you have enjoyed reading this review then please click the like button at the bottom and please leave a comment it would be good to hear your thoughts.

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:

Email: hello@vapingpogonophile.com

Twitter: @v_pogonophile

Instagram: @vapingpogonophile

Facebook: FaceBook.com/vapingpogonophile

Website: www.vapingpogonophile.com

 

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 @ 70watts, Geekvape Tsunami 24 with Dual Clapton 0.8ohm coils, wicked with Kendo Cotton – Eco Vape/Psycho Bunny – Prism –  3mg

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

 

 

 

4 thoughts on “VP Vaping Review: Eco Vapes – Psycho Bunny

    1. Thank you for commenting Ayrshire Vaper, there are sweeteners in these juices but through testing didn’t really feel that the were coil killers, in my opinion. There are a lot of other juices that use high quantities of sweetener and can be quite quickly recognised.
      It would help if you could finish a sentence, but from my understanding you are suggesting that because i was given something free that I’m exaggerating the truth. Love is used as a descriptive word about the packaging, so I’m not entirely sure what you think either the company or I are to gain from that.
      When I review a product it is written as I first try the juice, all other testing is done after initial test and blog is edited accordingly. Reviews are about opinions and like yourself, I have mine.

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      1. Yes there are plenty of liquids full of sweeteners, and in 5 years of vaping I’ve come across loads, eco vape being one of the worst. There’s also plenty sites that take pride in not using any sweeteners in their liquids, way cheaper than eco vape. I can vape over 60ml of my usual juices on one coil, I’m lucky if I get through 20ml of lots of eco vape’s juices without my coil being destroyed. Yes, you are entitled to your opinion too just like I am, I don’t think I said you weren’t. But I’ll stick to my original statement, loads of their liquids are coil destroyers. The difference with me is I was stupid enough to pay for mine, I didn’t get mine for free. Lots of their liquids are just the same too, be it a £1.99 doughnut flavour, or a £3.99 doughnut flavour, they taste exactly the same. I actually love the taste of some of their liquids, but when you consider how many coils they go through, they’re just not worth the hassle or money, as there’s plenty liquids both cheaper and more expensive that are far better. They also have a website full of shills/employees singing the praises of their liquids, hardly going to say anything bad are they? If their liquids are so great, why do they need to do that? Maybe that’s pretty much the same as the company has to gain by giving samples to people like yourself for free in return for good reviews. So, as you can see, I’m perfectly capable of finishing my sentences, but I’ll make this my last one as you seem to like having the last word.

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