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What was it that Dorothy said near the end of The Wizard Of Oz? After the wizard had lost control of the hot air balloon and sailed away without her? Something about not looking for her heart’s desire beyond her own backyard, “Because if it isn’t there, I never really lost it to begin with.”
That’s kind of how I felt when I got my first taste of Cinanutz from Vapes Gone Wild. Vapes Gone Wild is one of four or five vapes shop in Newnan, GA, where I live. It’s my go-to shop, the first shop I ever visited. I’m in there at least a couple of time a week. But it’s been quite some time since I sampled any new flavors of ejuice there. It’s not that I don’t enjoy trying new flavors, but with all of the wonderful ejuice companies across the country sending juice to Seven Report for reviews, I’m getting plenty of variety in my vaping. On those rare occasions when I’m not vaping an ejuice in anticipation of a review, I’ll stop at Vapes Gone Wild and pick up a flavor that I’m familiar with.
Back in March of this year (2015) I was in Florida on business for the day job. I’d finished up all of my ejuice reviews and still had a couple of days before heading home, so I stopped at a local vape shop. They didn’t make their own juice there, so I tried a cinnamon based ejuice from a company that has pretty wide distribution. Vapes Gone Wild even carries the brand. I really enjoyed it and thought I’d add it to my regular rotation.
A week or two ago I was looking over the Seven Report publication schedule and saw that I was probably going to have a hole in the ejuice review schedule near the end of April. So I headed to Vapes Gone Wild to pick up a bottle of that ejuice. I got to talking with a couple of the employees (as is usually the case) and the conversation turned to the reviews I’ve been doing on Seven Report. One of them said, “Man, you have to try this,” as he popped the drip tip off his mod and handed the mod to me, motioning that I should put my drip on there and try the ejuice.
“Kyle just made this, it isn’t even on the menu yet, you ought to review this,” he said as I took a long draw of what was then being called Sugar Gorilla. It was phenomenal. “What did you call this?” I asked.
“Yeah, we probably need a better name,” he said, looking at Kyle. Then she (Kyle) said, “What do you think we should call it?” I took another hit and pondered a minute or two. “Well, there’s definitely a nutty undertone in there with the cinnamon. How about Cinanutz?” I offered.
I guess they liked the name, cause that’s what showed up on the website when Kyle officially added it to the menu. The official description is, “Creamy robust cinnamon danish with a nutty undertone.”
The Numbers As Tested
Nicotine Level 6 MG
PG/VG Ratio Max VG
The longer I vape Cinanutz, the more I like it. This is a cinnamon based ejuice done just right. The cinnamon is the predominant flavor on the inhale, but there’s a nutty note in there. That nuttiness gives it the flavor of cinnamon-honey roasted almonds, or a really good cinnamon danish with sliced roasted almonds on top. The exhale provides a creamy finish, smooth and warm.
The throat hit is mild, especially for such a full-bodied flavor. The vapor is warm and creamy. And the aroma is reminiscent of cinnamon almonds roasting over an open flame, inviting and mouth-watering.
I’ve been vaping Cinanutz almost non-stop for two days now, and I can’t get enough. For me, there is no bad time of day to enjoy this ejuice. It’s a full flavored vape that manages not to be overwhelming, not too sweet, not too cinnamony, not too nutty. These flavors complement each other to near perfection.
Vapes Gone Wild offers Cinanutz in 10 ml, 15 ml, 30 ml and 50 ml bottles for $4.99, $7.99, $12.99 and $18.99 respectively. All of their ejuices are hand made to order, so you can get nicotine levels from 0 to 32 MG in 1 MG increments. And you have 16 different PG/VG ratios to choose from, from 100/0 to Max VG.
I vaped Cinanutz in a Kangertech Subtank Plus on an Eleaf iStick 50 Watt. I purchased the bottle of Cinanutz I sampled for this review.
You can order Cinanutz online from Vapes Gone Wild
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Editor’s Note: This review is also being published on our companion website, GA Vapers, which features a vape shop directory for the south Atlanta metro area.