Kooky by The Rochford Project

This afternoon, we’re having a vape on a new E-liquid out by a UK company, this is Kooky by The Rochford Project. The Rochford Project, formerly known as The Demon Vaper, is ran by Jay in Essex, UK. He has a really well designed website with the current range of 5 E-liquids, including this one. Due to the popularity of his E-liquids, you need to be quite quick to order sometimes as they can go out of stock.

My bottle of Kooky is in a 30ml glass dripper bottle and there is also options on the website for 50ml and 100ml. There is a zero Nicotine option or you can top up the mix in the bottle with the supplied Nicotine shot. The 30ml bottle is in dark glass with a child safety screw cap with the juice dripper built in. An Orange label wraps the bottle with Kooky printed over the top of a Biscuit graphic. Alongside are printed warnings, The Rochford Project’s contact information, Batch number with expiry date and the E-liquid’s ratio of 75VG/25PG. Like the other flavours in his range, Jay has worked well with the presentation of the E-liquid, with a nicely styled bottle and label.

Kooky is described on The Rochford Project website as based on a soft/gooey butter cookie with the added marshmallows to add to the sweetness. I spent some considerable time trying to get that authentic butter taste that you get from those cookies that you take straight out of the oven or straight from a bakery, most cookie flavours I experimented with ended up tasting like the hard/general biscuits that you get out of a packet but what I wanted was a flavour based on the soft cookies that taste the best, this wasn’t an easy task but I’m pleased to announce that I finally cracked it and with many weeks of experimenting I now present to you Kooky! Like others in the range, it’s clear Jay has worked hard on this flavour and since it arrived in the post last week, have been itching to give it a vape. I’ve seen a few Youtube reviewer’s post up Kooky reviews but have intentionally avoided watching any until trying out the juice.

On smelling from the bottle, it’s a rich scent of a butter Biscuit. There is also a deep Marshmallow sweetness smell to it. I first thought that it might be a bit like Marshmallow² by Aureum that was reviewed last week, but it smell’s nothing like it. This smells much like a Biscuit, as opposed to a Cereal type scent.

Device used: Yihi SX Mini G Class and Geekvape Peerless RDA with 0.4 ohm coil.

On the vape, it’s an amazingly moreish Buttery Biscuit mix. I thought it was going to be over-sweet and too rich judging on the scent, but it’s a perfectly smooth well rounded E-liquid. There is just enough richness and sweetness packed into the vape, to not make it sickly. First, the Buttery Biscuit is the leader and then on exhale, more of the deep Marshmallow pops out. The aftertaste hangs around for a while without any synthetic-tasting flavourings. It is a really great unique-tasting E-liquid and is definitely one that Dessert or Bakery vapers will love. Easily an all day vape! Cloud production is good at 75VG. Another great juice from The Rochford Project and it’s clear that Jay works hard perfecting each juice before release.

My score: 9/10 – A unique-tasting moreish buttery Biscuit!

You can buy Kooky via the links in the opening of the review. You may need to be quick! If out of stock, follow The Rochford Project Twitter page for stock updates.

Edit in February 19: The Rochford Project have now changed the bottles on ‘Kooky’. The range now come in 60ml unicorn shortfill bottles. The same great flavour now resides in these bottles with the usual great design on the labels.

You may also like...

Leave a Reply