The Rochford Project is a UK company based in Rochford (funny that). They now have a five juice range. The Rochford Project was originally known as The Demon Vaper.
In 2016 The Demon Vaper was launched and with his two starting flavours took the market by storm. This lead on to the company winning a competition to have their juices put through TPD certification, this was by a public vote. The Demon Vaper then went on to win an award at the Vapouround Awards 2017 for best dessert with Lemon Lush. Just to give you an idea of how outstanding this achievement was, they pushed Vape Dinner Lady – Lemon Tart into second place (Lemon tart won the award in 2016).
I did a review of Lemon Lush and Strawberries & Cream, you can check out my review by clicking here.
I was at the Vapouround Awards and was there to witness this phenomenal achievement, check out my visit by clicking here.
I recently did another review of two further flavours that came from the same company, to check out my review please click here.
I was recently contacted by Jay – The Rochford Project and was sent his newest flavour for review and that is what I have for you today.
This is a shortfill and so I have added half a nicotine shot. Nicotine can sometimes change the flavour of a juice or make the juice react differently, so for me to test properly I think it is important to have it as it would be vaped by a customer. Please read on and let’s take a look and see what I think of this juice.
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.
- Vaporesso Tarot 200W @ 70watts, Geekvape Tsunami 24 with Dual Clapton 0.8ohm coils, wicked with Kendo Cotton
- Vaptio Solo II @ 50watts with 0.25ohm coil
- Sigelei/KAOS Spectrum 220W @ 40watts, Aspire Cleito with 0.4ohm coil
Flavour: I do love a biscuit vape and this does not disappoint. There is something about a flavour that comes across simple. That’s not me saying that the mixing was so simple. For me it comes across as a lovely buttery cookie, like the ones you can get in the supermarkets, all crispy on the outside and a touch softer in the middle. There is also a light fluffiness that drifts a long with it.
On the inhale I get the taste of biscuit that grows into the inhale. On to the exhale and the biscuit grows and joined by these delightful buttery tones. Also on the exhale I get soft fluffy marshmallow tones drifting in the background. Truly is a scrumptious ADV for me.
VP Review Rating: 10/10
So to my conclusion, I find that The Rochford Project has brought another excellent juice to the market. The juice delivers a full-bodied flavour and produces some excellent vapour. The depth and creativity of Jay is fantastic and like everyone else who enjoys his juices, I don’t enjoy so much the wait of what is Jays next project.
The sample I received came in a glass 30ml bottle with child safety caps, tamper ring and pipette. It was 0mg nicotine and I added nicotine to it. I love the simplistic labeling, a little surprised they didn’t follow suit with the same style as the previous juices in the range. But still delivering a high quality label that stands out. They have an awesome website which is clear and easy to navigate.
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I’d like to say thank you to Jay of The Rochford Project for sending me this juice for review.
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VP Review Rating explained, when scoring a juice I’m looking at the quality of the juice, how close I feel the flavour is to what it says it is and how I find it stands alongside other flavours of the same type on the market:
11/10 = Awesome Stuff
8/10 – 10/10 = Differing levels of excellence
5/10 – 7/10 = Differing levels of Goodness
0/10 – 4/10 = I have issues with it
There have been a few changes to the way I write my review to be compliant with the TPD/TRPR regulations that came into force on the 20/05/17. If you would like any further details on the regulations, please click here.