It’s amazing how some simple things, relatively harmless things that we take for granted were controversial when they were first introduced. No, I’m not talking about vaping, that’s a subject for another post.
I’m talking about that childhood favorite, best-selling for years breakfast staple, Frosted Flakes. Kellogg’s introduced what was then called Sugar Frosted Flakes in 1952, in response to C.W. Post’s Corn-Fetti cereal, frosted flakes of corn that used recipe that rendered the flakes virtually impenetrable to milk. But that also made them act like little shards of glass inside the mouth.
The controversy for Kellogg’s surrounded the use of sugar on what they perceived to be their healthy Corn Flakes. As it so often does though, the final decision to frost the Corn Flakes came down to money. The market for pre-sweetened breakfast cereal was just beginning and Kellogg’s wanted to in on the action.
World Star Vape, is a new ejuice company out of California with four flavors on their menu so far. One of those flavors, Orion, is based on the now classic taste of Frosted Flakes. They describe it saying Orion, “Features smooth yet sweet cereal notes. Start off your day with a perfect balance of serene inhale and delightful exhale that keeps you wanting more.”
City of Vape, World Star Vape’s retail site says, “World Star Vape’s Orion flavor is a concoction of your favorite cereal with a smooth inhale and sweet exhale. The flavor is subtle and delicious to make an all day vape.”
The Numbers As Tested
Nicotine Level 3 MG
PG/VG Ratio 20/80
Good cereal flavored ejuices, and Orion is a good one, have a certain something, it’s not quite texture, more like the essence of grain that serves as the basis of the actual cereal and rides under the rest of the flavors in the ejuice.
On the inhale Orion has a slightly sweet cereal flavor that’s not quite as sweet as the actual Frosted Flakes, and to me, that’s a good thing. That sweetness is even more subdued on the exhale and there’s something else in there too, a little creamy and smooth, sort of, but not exactly like Frosted Flakes with milk.
The vapor is smooth and warm with a light throat hit. Orion’s aroma is lightly sweet with the hint of baked grain.
Orion from World Star Vape is one of the more subtle cereal ejuices I’ve vaped, which makes it ideal for an all day vape. It’s just sweet enough, with that distinctive cereal essence, to have kept me coming back for one more vape, again and again.
City of Vape offers World Star Vape’s Orion in 120 ml bottles for $29.95. Available nicotine levels are 0 MG, 3 MG and 6 MG. Orion is mixed in a PG/Ratio of 20/80.
I vaped Orion in a UD Balrog tank and mod and a SMOK TFV4 tank on a Kangertech KBOX 200 watt mod. World Star Vape provided the bottle of Orion I sampled for the purpose of this review.
Order World Star Vape’s Orion from City of Vape.
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