VP Vaping Review: Vape D-Lites

Vape D-Lites are an American company based in San Diego, California. They then set up a UK side of the business which is based in Warrington. They have seven flavours available at the moment and they are a 70VG/30PG mix.

I met the guys from Vape D-Lites at the Vaper Expo back in October last year and I was given a sample pack. At about the same time there had been quite a few reviews of these juices and a lot of talk of the company on social media. All good I may add, people were giving great praise.

I have mentioned many times before that going to events and trying juice can come across as being amazing and then you buy some, get it home and into your own device and it doesn’t quite live up to expectation. Please read on and let’s take a look and see what I think of these juices.

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:

  • 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

 

Pomango 

Scent: pomegranate.

Flavour: Ooo, this is lovely and refreshing. It is mainly pomegranate with a touch of mango. I usually find that mango takes over the juice, but not with this one. The subtleties of the mango make for a fine blend.

On the inhale I get this wonderful pomegranate in all its glory. On to the exhale and the pomegranate becomes fuller and is joined by a sweet mango that drifts in the background giving some lovely additional tones. A delightful refreshing vape that leaves my palate sweet and fruity. An ADV for me.

VP Review Rating: 8/10

Danish Swirl

Scent: sweet bakery notes.

Flavour: wow, this is divine! A bakery item that I love is a cinnamon roll and I always pick the one with heaviest topping of icing. This juice reminds me of my favourite item, maybe not quite as much cinnamon as my loved roll, but still sublime.

On the inhale I get this lovely soft tone of a slightly doughy bakery roll with a touch of cinnamon and sweet notes. On to the exhale and immediately get an enriched bakery roll, the cinnamon stays in the background. The sweet tones turn into a creamy icing, yum, yum. Before the exhale is over it is almost like I get a second wave of the bakery roll. Is it an ADV for me? Most certainly is.

VP Review Rating: 10/10

Deep Fried Cookies

Scent: butter cookies.

Flavour: haha, this taste like Oreo’s! There’s like a rich vanilla cream with it too. Love it when a juice reminds me of something. Really is a lovely smooth vape.

On the inhale I get rich tones of a dark biscuit that tastes a little buttery. On to the exhale and that dark biscuit turns into what I think an Oreo tastes like. I also find that the buttery taste evolves into a rich vanilla cream, all of this leaving my palate all sweet and ready for another go. An ADV for me.

VP Review Rating: 9/10

Maple Glazed

Scent: maple syrup.

Flavour: Umm, I’m not sure about this one, the maple syrup is very dominant, I think there is a bakery item, possibly a doughnut. For me it struggles to come through the very strong maple. If you love maple syrup then you will find this a very tasty vape.

On the inhale I get a maple syrup that grows into the inhale. On to the exhale and the maple syrup bursts all over my palate not giving room for much else. In the background I do get hints of a doughnut. Please don’t get me wrong this is still a very pleasant vape, not quite ADV for me.

VP Review Rating: 7/10

 Frooty Momma

Scent: Cantaloupe melon.

Flavour: what an unusual blend of fruit and it really works. I don’t think I can pick them all out, but it is always nice to have a little mystery. There are a selection of berries and I feel that there is a cantaloupe melon and I’m thinking there’s also some apple too.

On the inhale I get a melee of mixed fruits, tasting the melon but the rest staying distant. But it is all about the exhale, the mixed fruits burst out on the exhale with different fruits each taking their turn to tantalise my taste buds. A wonderful ADV for me.

VP Review Rating: 9/10

Pocket Rocket – Moondog

Scent: creamy banana with bakery tones.

Flavour: ok, so it’s waffles and for me it is like a rich banana cream it is with. I can imagine the waffle being consumed by a double helping of banana cream.

On the inhale I get a lovely freshly toasted waffle which continues and builds into the exhale. Also on the exhale there is a lavish helping of banana cream that caresses and coats my palate, leaving it with a sweet tone of bananas on it. An ADV for me.

VP Review Rating: 8/10

Pocket Rocket – Sputnik

Scent: maple syrup.

Flavour: this is waffles drizzled with a lovely maple syrup. For me the maple in this juice is a much better balance of flavours than the Maple Glazed. I can really taste the wonderfully toasted waffle and the maple syrup is in very good measure.

On the inhale I get a lovely freshly toasted waffle which continues and builds into the exhale. On the exhale the maple syrup comes in to join the waffle. Leaving my palate lovely and sweet. An ADV for me.

All I need now is some ice cream!

VP Review Rating: 8/10

So to my conclusion, I find that Vape D-Lites have brought some excellent juices to the market. All delivering a full-bodied flavour and producing some excellent vapour. I have been impressed with the two fruity vapes, something slightly different to what is on the market, both very satisfying. Danish Swirl is the one that stands shoulders above for me, I’m going to finish writing this up then go and smash the rest of the bottle.

The samples I received came in unicorn style bottles with child safety caps and tamper rings. They have some fun labeling lots of different designs. I suppose the only thing I’ve thought of is there isn’t really uniform between the labels. So unless you are looking closely you may not be aware they are all from the same company. I don’t think it matters hugely, it is just what jumped out at me. They have a great website which is clear and easy to navigate.

If you require further information on Vape D-Lites.

You can do this by going to http://www.VapeDLites.co.uk or click here.

You can also find them on social media;

Instagram: @VapeDLites

Twitter: @VapeDLitesUK

Facebook: /VapeDLitesUK

I’d like to say thank you to the guys of Vape D-Lites for giving me these juices for review. (sorry for the huge delay)

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Have a dapper day cloud chasers!

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.

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