Unicorn Tears by Rejuiced

Today I am reviewing another flavour in the Rejuiced line. This E-liquid is Unicorn Tears by Rejuiced. Rejuiced have many liquids in their range and this juice is one of their best-sellers as listed on the website.

Device used: Innokin Coolfire plus and OBS Engine Nano with 0.4ohm coil.

This E-liquid is described as a delicious mix of ripe strawberries, custard and a touch of cheesecake with a mouthwatering creamy milk on the tail end. My bottle is in 10ml TPD compliant bottle and is very squeezy, so no problems getting juice through the nozzle. The label is marked up with the usual warnings, PG/VG ratio and Nicotine strength. This bottle is in the 30/70 PG/VG default mix.

Smelling from the bottle is an amazing Strawberry and cream scent. The creams in this are very clear to smell. This bottle has been steeping for some weeks and has darkened in colour so all good to go.

On vaping, it’s a very clear Strawberry mixed alongside a real creamy milk taste. I don’t pick up on custard, at least not a vanilla custard, so I think it’s in there to make it more creamy-tasting and it definitely works! A lot of ejuice companies seem to have a ‘Unicorn’-something, but this one really stands out from many others as it’s quite different. I’m not sure if it’s the atty or the wattage, but I get a more sweet candy-type Strawberry taste with this and it really works with the milky cream taste alongside. The creams are amazing and a really smooth juice, in no way harsh and easily vapable all day, as not over-sweet. Cloud production is good at the 70VG ratio.

My score: 9/10 – a definite uniquely made Unicorn with a premium taste.

Look out for more from the Rejuiced line in the future.

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4 Responses

  1. Vaping Train says:

    You write some really good reviews mate, Well done

    • admin says:

      Thanks VT! Got a few more to do, one going up later or tomorrow, then will have to shop some more juices from Vapeclub, is there any you know of that are worth a look at?

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