I love breakfast foods. I’ve said that before in the course of doing ejuice reviews. Waffles, pancakes, French toast, omelets. But there are times when I’m too rushed, or too lazy, to do much more than pour some milk and cereal into a bowl. And then there are other times when what I really want is a bowl of cereal. Matter of fact, I eat a lot more cereal than all those other breakfast foods combined. And I eat it at all times of the day, not just in the morning.
I’ve tried some of those store brand knock-off cereals, you know like Toastie Os instead of Cheerios or Crispy Rice instead of Rice Crispies. Some of them aren’t terrible. It’s tough to mess up those single flavored, non-sweetened cereals like Corn Flakes. But when you start messing around with more complex cereals, you’re just asking for trouble, or to be mocked. Or both.
And when you make an ejuice based on an iconic cereal, well you better know what you’re doing. The mix masters at Stella Blues Vapors know what they’re doing. And they’ve proved it again with one of their newest flavors, Admiral Crunch. They got this ejuice so close to the original source flavor, it’s like they took a cruise to Crunchberry Island.
Admiral Crunch is one of Stella Blues Vapors’ new line of cereal flavors. They describe it, “Get a sweet and subtle vape from the admiral himself! Sail the milky seas and enjoy blasts of berries and that crunch cereal you all know and love!!”
The Numbers As Tested
Nicotine Level 6 MG
PG/VG Ratio 45/55
I’ve always liked Cap’n Crunch. And when Cap’n Crunch with Crunchberries came along in 1967, it was almost like putting fruit on top of Cap’n Crunch without the bother of actually putting fruit on your cereal. I did mention that lazy streak of mine, didn’t I? Despite the legend of Crunchberry Island, those little round red and blue “berries” aren’t really fruit, though they do have a fruity flavor. They taste so much like fruit that in 2001 a woman in California tried to sue the company, claiming that for four years she been buying the cereal because she believed it contained real fruit. The judge, in a rare display of judicial common sense, threw out the case.
When I first vaped Admiral Crunch I immediately recognized the flavor. The first taste sensation on the inhale is the buttery brown sugar flavor of Capn’n Crunch. It was so authentic that when the crunchberry note kicked in it took me by surprise, I’d forgotten this was a Cap’n Crunch with Crunchberry flavor. Those two flavors are joined by a creamy, milky smooth essence on the exhale.
The vapor is silky and the throat hit is decent, not too severe, not too mild. The aroma is like berries and Cap’n Crunch, just like it’s supposed to be. Admiral Crunch (good to see old Horatio Magellan Crunch finally got a promotion) is a delightful ejuice. Even better than the cereal, you get a perfect blend of crunch and berries in every hit, and there’s no sticky bowl to clean up after you’re done.
A little warning here, much like eating a bowl of cereal when you’ve “accidentally” added a little too much milk and then have to add more cereal, you’re going to want to keep vaping Admiral Crunch until the box, or make that the bottle, is empty. I vaped Admiral Crunch for two days, at all times of day. No flavor fatigue, no desire to try another flavor, no bad time to vape it.
Stella Blues Vapors offers Admiral Crunch in 15 and 30 ml bottles for $9 and $15 and glass bottles in those sizes for an additional $2. They also have 50 ml, 60 ml and 100 ml glass bottles for $23, $28 and $42 respectively. Nicotine levels are available in 2 MG increments from 0 to 24 MG. You can get caffeine shots in Admiral Crunch, $1 for a single shot, $2 for a double. Stella Blues Vapors mixes its ejuices in 45/55 PG/VG ratio.
I vaped Admiral Crunch in a Kangertech Subtank Plus on an Eleaf iStick 50 Watt. Stella Blues Vapors provided the bottle of Admiral Crunch I sampled for the purpose of this review.
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