Few things are more refreshing than an ice cold glass of peach green tea. On a hot day, you can put down an entire pitcher all by yourself. Imagine gulping an entire pitcher of iced-tea down to quench your thirst! Likewise allow yourself to be transported to summertime, sitting under a cool shade of a tree with the flavor of a special blend of leafed green tea, subtle, yet balanced, fresh and sweet! Introducing juicy peach flavor from the house of VGOD, you’ll never guess how soon you’ll reach the bottom of the bottle! sweet juicy peach; you will be surprised how quickly you reach the bottom of a bottle of PGT by VGOD
QuickNic Ready = Ratio ready bottle, designed for use with QuickNic, not suitable to vape without pouring in a QuickNic bottle to reach desired Nicotine Strength, QuickNic sold separately. 3MG is the maximum Nicotine level that can be reached. 50ml bottle; 60ml after QuickNic is used.
QuickNic Ratio Guide:
- 30ml requires 1/2 bottle of QuickNic
- 60ml requires 1 full bottle of QuickNic
- 120ml requires 2 full bottles of QuickNic
- The above will result in a 3mg formulation
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Unusual and lop-sided.
I like peach, I like green tea, this was a no-brainer to buy for me, to be honest I was quite excited at the new flavours from VGOD and changed a coil mid-bottle purely because I couldn't wait to try this out. I was initially happy with the flavour, I used a tfv12 at around 75w and the first few pulls had a slightly burnt flavour which is standard as the coil saturates properly, but this very slight 'burnt' flavour never went away, nothing wrong with the coil I might add. The peach element was lovely, really fresh and not too sweet, but that alone is what earns this 3 stars as the tea flavour was rough and harsh, I tried to imagine what a tea blend would taste like on it's own, I don't take sugar, I drink standard tetley and various green teas yet this was confusing, and when vaped I found it more like 2 flavours than one blend that is based on 2. I figure that tea would have a slightly burnt flavour anyway, especially if you were to try and capture it accurately, that I think is the downfall here that possibly they're too close? For me anything that would play with my mind that possibly sends the signal that we all get when a coil is near its end doesn't float my boat. I did try it in a dripper (X1) and had similar flavour notes but it was less 'burnt', I'll keep it exclusively for that as it is a nice flavour but not one i'll buy again.
waited so much but
not so tremendous.....
Es schmeckt gut
Super Super Super