UncleRJs Raisoned Brandy Review

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by unclerj
6 Comments
September 25, 2013
The author's views below are his or her own and may not reflect the views of Ecig Advanced

I am beyond pleased to be writing the first ever review of this new flavor from Bulk E-Juice.

Uncle RJ’s Raisoned Brandy

http://bulkejuice.com/index.php?main_pa … cts_id=270

Which the good folks at BEJ were nice enough to name after me.

This flavor is the end result of an idea that I shared with BEJ after falling in love with their standard brandy flavor.

As most of you know, brandy can be made from just about any kind of fruit or berry after a long fermentation and distillation process. So I wondered what a brandy made from raisins would taste like and what an E-Juice based on that flavor profile would vape like.

After quite a few months of trial and error, BEJ was able to produce this product to meet their lofty standards and send it to me for trial in my prefered 60/40 blend at 18mg of nicotine.

To make a long story short, this flavor absolutely needs a minimum of 3 weeks of steeping time to fully mature for the best flavor.

But when it does, WOW!

A very smooth and mellow brandy flavor with the natural sweetness of raisins. A pale golden color with a sweet raisin aroma.

Using a Kanger T-2 with a 2.5 ohm head attached to my Evic set at 8.0 watts gives me that wonderful Raisin/Brandy flavor with a really good amount of throat hit and a hearty cloud of vapor.

This flavor has become a treasured part of my permanant E-Juice rotation and a special treat for me.

Damn it is good!

Thank you Bulk E-Juice for taking the time to not only listen to a customer but to follow up on an idea and bring it to life as you have done so very, very well!

Comments

6 Responses to “UncleRJs Raisoned Brandy Review”

  1. slap_maxwell on September 26th, 2013 8:16 pm

    Nice to be immortalized. I’m afraid what someone would call a juice named after me…. ;-)

  2. Charles Hallman on September 27th, 2013 12:01 am

    This is certainly a very good e-juice ! I’m letting mine steep for two more weeks as a reliable source suggested it will get even better with time ! OOPS reminds me gotta go and give it a good shake .

  3. kelli perkins on October 27th, 2013 3:01 am

    Wow how awesome now this one I am going to try…hey why don’t your friends a BEJ give us a special eca code for the uncle and his friends to try this new juice :P

  4. kelliperkins on January 1st, 2014 6:45 pm

    Ok I am hooked. Its really very tasty. Its actually kinda complexed in a way. I get the sweetness of the raisin but it doesn’t over power the juice. I get a light taste of the brandy but it doesn’t take over either. Its a very nice layer of flavors and a mix I would never have thought to put together. Great job.

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