8/7/13

Cappuccino from BWB Backwoods Brew made an interesting Ejuice Revisited

This review was done over a year ago here. I am working on a review of Virgin Vapor Kona Coffee Milkshake and I was going back through my older coffee reviews and thought this one could use a rewrite.
12 MG PG VG ratio unknown
Introduction
I wish I spent more time having Cappuccino from BWB juice in my surge tank than BWB Cafe Mocha. This has gotten better with time. The subtile flavors of the coffee take a couple of months to come out so I highly recommend steeping this juice. Unlike BWB Cafe Mocha this juice is good. It is not as good as Vixen's Carmel Cappuccino. But it doesn't have the strange syrup taste like BWB Cafe Mocha. It is a dry juice but not too dry. But after an hour it starts to hurt my throat :( The Capp has a roasted toasty taste that works great at higher wattage. The cardboard taste of BWB Cafe Mocha is faintly their and it blends nicely into the notes of the coffee extract.


I used a Surge Tank with a 2 ohm 510 atty.
For different watts just ask to find your watts uses OHMS law or the link I provided in the how I rate my ejuice. Numbers signify vapor production.

Conclusion
Although this is a dry ejuice it is one of the better ones. After really disliking BWB Cafe Mocha and BWB MelonBacco I was happy that I can add this one to the juices I enjoy from BWB list with malty and malty toffee. It is not as good as Vixen's Carmel Cappuccino but it has some unique coffee notes that make it an interesting vape. I recommend trying it if you don't mind aging your juice.

Here is a list of the other BWB juices I have reviewed.
 555, Cherry TobaccoHoneyflueMelonbacko, Menthol Tobacco Medium, Malty, and Cafe Mocha