Firebrick EJuice Review


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Firebrick

$24.99
8.3

Taste

8.6/10

Taste Authenticity

8.7/10

Hit

7.2/10

Vapor

8.3/10

Aroma

8.6/10

Pros

  • Slightly sweet
  • Not too
  • Creamy finish

Cons

  • This is still cinnamon, so it may be a little hot for some

If there are any flavors that are under rated, cinnamon is one of them. I’ve reviewed ejuices that have some level of cinnamon in their mix before, and I’ve vaped many others. Cinnamon is a wonderful flavor, whether its the primary taste or used to complement another.

The challenge with cinnamon when it’s used in ejuice is capturing that unique combination of hot, slightly sweet, spicy, earthy taste notes. Many ejuices with cinnamon as a primary flavor overdo the hot nature. Those that use cinnamon as secondary flavor too often make it so subtle that it’s almost imperceptible.

Firebrick is one of the flavors from the new ejuice maker Forge Vapor. They describe Firebrick on their website, “Cinnamon is often too much heat to vape with a lot heat. Firebrick is crafted to hold in the heat and give you a mellow and sweet creaminess that tames the traditional cinnamon fire. A touch of horchata adds a unique cream that sets Firebrick apart in a class of its own.”

The Numbers As Tested

Nicotine Level      3 MG
PG/VG Ratio        20/80

Firebrick is definitely a cinnamon based ejuice. That’s the first flavor note on the inhale, slightly hot, slightly sweet cinnamon. That heat is mellowed a little and the sweet amplified a bit by the creamy smooth addition of that horchata flavor. The exhaled maintains that fine balance.

firebrick fact sheetForge ejuices are formulated specifically for use with temperature control devices. At different temperature levels there are different nuances to each flavor. With Firebrick, the higher the heat the hotter that cinnamon note becomes, but even at its highest recommended level (Forge suggests a temperature range of 415° – 575°F) that cinnamon isn’t too hot.

The vapor of Firebrick is on the warm side and creamy smooth. The throat hit is mild, even at higher temperatures. The aroma enhances the flavor, dominated by that earthy cinnamon note.

I vaped Firebrick for about three days and thoroughly enjoyed it. I do tend to favor cinnamon based ejuices, and Firebrick has quickly become one of my favorites. It’s not too bright, not too hot, there’s none of the bite that makes it difficult to vape other cinnamon ejuices for extended periods.

Firebrick is a creamy smooth, slightly sweet, warm vape experience. If you enjoy cinnamon ejuices, this is going to become one of your favorites.

Firebrick bottleAmerican eLiquid Store, who supplied Firebrick and the entire Forge Vapor menu, offers Firebrick in 50 ml bottles for $24.99. Available nicotine levels are 0 MG, 1.5 MG, 3 MG, 6 MG and 9 MG. The PG/VG ratio of Firebrick is 20/80.

I vaped Firebrick in a Kangertech Subtank Plus Black Edition with a nickel 200 coil on an Asmodus Snow Wolf 200 watt mod. American eLiquid Store provided the bottle of Firebrick I sampled for the purpose of this review.

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Order Firebrick from American eLiquid Store.

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Learn more about Firebrick and the rest of the Forge Vapor menu here.

(For details on Seven Report review methodology click here.)

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