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5 E-Liquids to Flavor Your Summer

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Summer is practically here, and with every season comes an array of flavors that become socially acceptable for everyone to enjoy for a few months. (I will drink pumpkin spice coffee all year; try to stop me.)

Although the flavors we associate with summer are typically year-round treats, most are best-enjoyed in the bright heat of the summer sun. Without further ado, let’s just jump right into this list.

1. Iced Coffee – by CloudBerry

CloudBerry Iced Coffee

There are a few flavors that will often fall short when vaped. Usually darker, richer flavors are hard to get right. Coffee, chocolate, and flavors like them often taste slightly artificial or burnt.  This makes it even more exciting when a brand gets the flavor exactly right.

There are a lot of coffee-flavored e-liquids on the market, but so far this is the only one I’ve tried that genuinely tastes like coffee with cream and sugar.

 

2. Orion (Raspberry Lemonade) – by Zenith E-Juice

Orion Zenith E-Juice

Lemonade actually isn’t a very hard juice to get right. It just so happens that most e-liquid manufacturers get it wrong. It’s avoidable every time. Almost every lemonade e-liquid out there suffers from an overload of sweetness. Many juices do this, and you’d think that by now they’d learn that *clears throat* SOMETIMES LESS IS MORE. Zenith gets it.

Orion isn’t an overly-sweet lemonade. It’s as sweet as you’d want lemonade to be. It doesn’t overpower the tanginess of the lemon, and the citrus comes through nice and strong. Orion is a great option for lemon heads who are tired of the typical, syrupy e-liquids.

 

3. Nuke-Q (Cola) – by Reactor Room

Nuke-Q Reactor Room

There are a lot of reasons to love this pick. For starters, it’s one of the most accurate and delicious cola e-liquids on the market, and who doesn’t love a refreshing can of coke on a hot day? Nothing quenches thirst quite like it, even though soda will technically dehydrate your body (uh-oh.) We know this; it’s still delicious.

This juice will obviously appeal to the Cola fans, but this juice is also made with gamers in mind. It’s a fun reference to everyone’s favorite Nuclear Armageddon-based video game: Fallout! In Fallout, there’s a drink called Nuka Cola. Obviously Reactor Room couldn’t use Bethesda’s copyrighted name, so they cleverly dropped a line regarding Super Duper Mart (a store from Fallout) in the e-liquid’s description, just in case we missed what they were trying to do.

 

4. Gina’s Pina Colada – by Carpe Diem Vapor

Gina's Pina Colada Carpe Diem Vapors

There’s nothing better to kick back and relax to on a hot summer day. Gina’s Pina Colada is a masterfully mixed e-liquid with pineapple, coconut, and rum. All the flavors round each other out extremely well, and it tastes exactly like you’d expect a Pina Colada to taste.

The accuracy of this flavor is uncanny, and it’s smooth enough to vape all day. Anyone lost thinking about a tropical getaway would only get further lost in the fantasy if we were to recommend this juice. Therefore, we’re doing the responsible thing and recommending it to everyone else.

 

5. Garden Watermelon – by Awesometown

Garden Watermelon Awesometown

The most authentic watermelon experience in vapor is here. Garden Watermelon is another light, sweet, flavor-accurate e-liquid. Its focus isn’t to overload you with the sweetest, craziest watermelon candy you’ve ever had. No, its intentions are purer than that. This juice tastes closer to a real watermelon than any other e-liquid on the market.

I’m not a fan of the super-sweet stuff, but for those that want a more candy-like watermelon e-liquid, check out Watermelon Crack by B-X Vapor.

 

These 5 flavors should get you through the summer with ease. Nothing captures summer like a fresh glass of lemonade, the crisp flavor of a freshly opened Coke, or the taste of a freshly picked watermelon. If you liked this top 5 list, let us know in the comments so we can make a Part Two for you.

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