When I hear the word “aristocrat,” especially when used to describe a thing rather than a person, I think of something special, maybe a little fancy. Something of superior quality, made with great care and craftsmanship. And probably expensive. When talking about such a thing, I’m quite tempted to speak with an English accent. Or the closest I can muster to such an accent.
Forget the accent, and the expensive part, and the rest of my associations with “aristocrat” are true of the Royal Heights Vapor ejuice which bears the name The Aristocrat. A little fancy, special, superior quality, made with great care and craftsmanship, all true of The Aristocrat.
Royal Heights Vapor describes The Aristocrat as, “A flavor inspired by our friends ‘across the pond,’ our British invasion delivers a delightful blend of cake, pudding and vanilla swirled into butterscotch and topped with sweet, fresh pineapple. Not just for dessert lovers!”
The Numbers As Tested
Nicotine Level 6 MG
PG/VG Ratio 40/60
The Aristocrat has an incredibly rich and full bodied flavor, but it’s not in the least overpowering. It’s on the sweet side, but not too sweet. The predominant flavor is the butterscotch, though it’s very British in its predominance, very polite and proper, not overshadowing the other flavors, but bringing out the best of them. The vanilla is noticeable and the pineapple begins to sneak in on the exhale, though it’s the most bashful of the tastes in The Aristocrat.
The throat hit is mild. There’s a distinct creamy smooth texture to the vapor, like pudding. Like the flavor, the aroma is rich and full bodied, slightly dominated by that butterscotch. In fact, the aroma is so extravagant that is elevates the entire vaping experience. Despite the fullness of the aroma and flavor, The Aristocrat is a subtle, yet complex ejuice, none of the individual tastes overwhelm. Together, however, those flavors combine for a truly unique taste that I couldn’t get enough of.
I vaped The Aristocrat for more than two days. With every vaping session this ejuice seemed to reveal a little something more. It provides an experience that is quite the opposite of flavor fatigue. I only wish that I’d received a bigger bottle. As with many dessert ejuices, I found that vaping The Aristocrat with a good cup of coffee enhanced my enjoyment.
The Aristocrat, I imagine, would be exceptionally delightful sitting in a traditional English garden in the cool of the day, or in front of stone fireplace after a hearty meal. If you enjoy dessert flavored ejuices, butterscotch, or full bodied taste, you will most definitely like The Aristocrat.
Royal Heights Vapor offers The Aristocrat in 30 ml glass bottles for $21.99. Nicotine levels are available in 6 MG increments from 0 to 18 MG. All of of Royal Heights Vapor’s ejuices come in a 40/60 PG/VG ratio. I tested The Aristocrat in a Kangertech Subtank Nano on an Eleaf iStick 50 Watt. Royal Heights Vapor provided the bottle of The Aristocrat that I sampled for the purpose of this review.
You can order The Aristocrat from RoyalHeightsVapor.com
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