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VP VAPING REVIEW: GLACIER FREEZE – COCO’S KITCHEN

Cocos Kitchen are a UK company based in London. They have three ranges The Lemonade House, Glacier Freeze and Urban London. They are distributed by LE VAP.

Have you heard of LE VAP? They are a large European distribution company and you will have heard about some of the ranges that they distribute, there is quite a list!

Twelve Vapor, California Vaping, Dr. Fogs, Decoded, Five Pawns, Pi E-liquid and many more.

LE VAP have attended all the big events that I have been to over the last year. Prior to Vape Jam UK 3 I had an email from Natasha of LE VAP asking me if I would go and say hello. I love to meet new people and so went along to say my hello (if you would like to read about my visit to Vape Jam click here). Natasha spotted me and came over. We then had a look and a chat about the two new ranges that they were launching at the event by Cocos Kitchen, The Lemonade House (check out my review by clicking here) and Glacier Freeze which is what I have for you today.

After some discussion Natasha asked me if I would do a review of the two ranges and gave me them for the purpose for review.

I met up with Natasha again at the Vaper Expo UK – The Big Weekend, a fantastic event (if you would like to check out my visit, click here). Coco’s Kitchen had had some feedback on the Glacier Freeze range and they decided to tweek the recipe, which is great to see a company responding to feedback. With this in mind I was given the new batch for this review. So, as I have both I am going to try both and see what I think.


Please do take into account that I am not one for a menthol vape, but due to reviewing juices I have come across and reviewed quite a lot of menthol vapes. I believe I know what makes up a good juice whether I like it or not.

By the way, at this moment I am assuming that they are menthol vapes from the name of the range. I would always say that you should also check out other reviews before you make a decision, please remember that taste is subjective.

I have done two scores for this range, the first one being my own normal score and the second (the one in the brackets) is how I feel they fair compared to other menthol vapes on the market.

I am sadistically looking forward to this, as I feel that I might be blown away with one or two of these juices (it’s moments like this that you wished I did video). Please read on and let’s take a look and see what I think of these juices.


The review I will be conducting will be a scent test from the open bottle of juice and then a flavour test on the devices listed below.

With no further a do, I’ll get on with the review.

Devices used:

  • Joyetech Cuboid 150W @ 70watts, Geekvape Tsunami 24 with Dual Clapton 0.8ohm coils, wicked with Kendo Cotton
  • Aspire Pegasus 70W @ 40watts, Aspire Triton2 with Clapton 0.5ohm coil
  • Innokin CoolFire plus 70W @ 40watts, Aspire Cleito with 0.4ohm coil

Everest

Scent: raspberry with citrus notes.

Flavour: ha ha, oh my goodness this blows away the cobwebs! In all seriousness this is a very clever juice and unlike other menthol vapes I have had. It comes across like I’m vaping ice and not menthol. It is definitely more chilling than a flavour and what I am also relieved is that I can taste the fruit in the juice. I find with menthol vapes I struggle to find or define the fruits that are meant to be in the juice.

On the inhale I get a brief taste of a juicy raspberry, then I am hit by an almighty ice cold chill which hits the throat clearing my senses. On to the exhale, as I recover from my chilling experience this wonderful juicy raspberry returns with sweet citrus notes dancing around it. I’m really impressed.

VP Review Rating: 5/10 (10/10)

K2

Scent: lychee and strawberry.

Flavour: this juice hits just the same. The lychee is very strong in this and it is mixed with a strawberry and a mango in the background. I’m not sure if I think the blend doesn’t work together or that it is that I just don’t like it. I’m going for, it’s not for me.

On the inhale I get a brief taste of lychee, then I am hit by an almighty ice cold chill which hits the throat clearing my senses. On to the exhale and the chill starts to die down and the lychee comes back in full force. It is joined by a sweet strawberry and a mango that floats around in the background. If you love an iced lychee vape, you are going to love this one.

VP Review Rating: 5/10 (7/10)

Fuji

Scent: raspberry.

Flavour: the icy hit is in keeping with the others. The raspberry for me comes across as a more candied raspberry. As a raspberry fan, I actually prefer how they have done it in Everest. Saying that, it is still a very pleasant vape

On the inhale I get a brief taste of a candied raspberry, then I am hit by an almighty ice cold chill which hits the throat clearing my senses. On to the exhale and the chill starts to die down and though the raspberry still tastes candied, it is a little fruitier.

VP Review Rating: 5/10 (8/10)

 Himalaya

Scent: it actually smells like aging fruit?

Flavour: ah ok, it is a cherry. Out of the four juices the fruit in this juice is the weakest for me. I get the cherry at its fullest right at the end of the vape.

On the inhale I get a brief fruity taste, then I am hit by an almighty ice cold chill which hits the throat clearing my senses. On to the exhale and the chill starts to die down and there are hints to the cherry which comes across candied. You can really taste the cherry right at the end of the vape.

VP Review Rating: 5/10 (6/10)

So to my conclusion, I find that Coco’s Kitchen have brought an exciting new take on the menthol vape to the market. I find that with some hard hitting menthol vapes I find them a little bit chokey and make me cough. These juices I feel give me a real hard hit of chill but without the side affects mentioned. All in all I am really impressed and think the menthol vapers out there are really going to enjoy these. The cherry which I think could do with a touch more flavouring, all the others I can really pick out the fruits and don’t find them lost behind the menthol/ice hit.

I tried the previous batch and I believe they have made a good move and made these juices ‘colder’.

All the juices are TPD/TRPR compliant and the samples I received came in unicorn style bottles with child safety caps and tamper rings. I got a sample of the box that the juices will come in with all the relevant information. Some great labeling and design work, which gives you an idea of what you are going to get – a chilling vape. The design work is carried on to the boxes. The Coco’s Kitchen website has some wonderful images of their products, but I found that I still can’t navigate away from the main page. LE VAP’s website is very clear and concise and easy to navigate.

If you require further information on Coco’s Kitchen.

You can do this by going to www.Cocos-Kitchen.com or click here.

You can get further information on LE VAP go to http://www.LE-VAP.com or click here.

You can also find them on social media;

Instagram: @VapeCocosKitchen  @LeVapLondon

Twitter: @LeVapLondon

Facebook: @LeVapLondon

I’d like to say thank you to Natasha of LE VAP for giving me these juices for review.

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Have a dapper day cloud chasers!

 

VP Review Rating explained:

8/10 – 10/10 = Awesome stuff, will be keeping in my personal stock

6/10 – 7/10 = Very good

5/10 = Very good, but is not of personal taste

0/10 – 4/10 = I have issues with it