Tobacco is an acquired taste. Let’s face it, the first time you smoked a tobacco cigarette it was nasty. It’s a wonder that anyone ever has that second smoke. But we did, and we eventually developed an appreciation, or at a least a tolerance, for the unique flavor of burning tobacco leaves.
When I finally made the switch to vaping, I started out with a tobacco flavored ejuice. I wanted to give myself the best shot at sticking with vaping and staying off of tobacco, and I figured a tobacco flavored ejuice would be the easiest way to transition with the highest chance for success. I soon moved to other tobacco-based juices that included other flavors, like vanilla and caramel. Eventually I sampled a wide variety of non-tobacco flavors. I still occasionally enjoy that first brand of tobacco ejuice, but it’s no longer my go-to.
Dripclouds approached me about reviewing some of their ejuices, and gave me the gracious privilege of choosing a couple of flavors. The description of their Butter Cream Tobacco intrigued me; “Finally a great tobacco flavor made for cloud chasing. It is a max VG eliquid designed to be ultra smooth. Buttery and creamy with back notes of caramel, slightly salty. If you make clouds with a tobacco ejuice, this will be your go-to for the win.”
The Numbers As Tested
Nicotine Level 12 MG
PG/VG Ratio Max VG
Butter Cream Tobacco is a wonderfully smooth flavor. The butter and cream tastes combine to dominate the experience. On the inhale there’s just a hint that this may be salted butter. On the exhale there’s the essence of a buttery caramel. Dripclouds formulates all of their ejuices to be dripped at high power. But I’m not a dripper and I vaped Butter Cream Tobacco in an Aspire Nautilus Mini powered by an Eleaf iStick. That may account for the extremely faint presence of tobacco I experienced. Make no mistake, there is a definite tobacco note present, even when vaping it from a tank, it’s just not as up front as I’d expected from a juice with the word “tobacco” in its name.
Butter is not only dominate in the taste, but in the texture of the vapor itself. And Butter Cream Tobacco produces loads of silky smooth vapor. The max VG and low nicotine level combine to make for a very mild throat hit. The aroma is warm and pleasant, again, dominated by the butter and cream elements.
I vaped Butter Cream Tobacco exclusively for two plus days and grew to enjoy it more and more with each vaping session. It’s especially enjoyable late in the evening, relaxing in front of the TV.
Dripclouds offers Butter Cream Tobacco in 30 ml bottles (your choice of amber, blue or clear) for $17.99 and 15 ml bottles for $10.01. Available nicotine levels are 0 through 12 MG in 3 MG increments. Each batch of Butter Cream Tobacco is steeped for a minimum of 30 days before it’s released for sale. Dripclouds provided the bottle of Butter Cream Tobacco I tried for the purpose of this review.
Order Butter Cream Tobacco online from Dripclouds.
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