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Top 3 e-juices of Mr.Good Vape
60% VG / 40% PG
I’m pretty fond of the flavors that MGV has been putting out. From the big, juicy fruits like Melon Head and my personal favorite, Karma Cream, to the deeper bakery flavor Moon Sugar, I have never been anything less than impressed by the quality of their product.
After vaping through about 10ml of Bahama Mama juice the only thing I really knew was that I liked it, and somewhere in the mix, there was a bakery like an essence. I tasted some Coconut, Banana, and Pineapple, but I couldn’t quite pinpoint an overall, singular flavor, just a very satisfying, sweet and easy bakery/dessert style vape. Somewhere during the latter half of my second day with Bahama Mama, I reached a point where I was able to discern more than just the general tone of the vape and nail down the elusive glue that holds this vape together, apple pie. Mind you, this is not completely an apple pie vape. It’s a flavor unto itself that incorporates the pie flavor but brings it together with a good deal of banana and a fairly strong candy-like caramel.
Out of all the juices I’ve tasted from MGV to date, this one is the most complex, but in a fascinating way. Rather than a finely textured, multi-layered profile, all the flavors blend seamlessly into one another to create a single, unique flavor. It’s sweet, but quite soft, and a bit more delicate than the rest of MGVs line-up when it comes to wattage.
If you get this one too hot without the necessary airflow, and you’ll know it. Interestingly enough, I actually preferred the flavor I got from this juice on my standard Kanger/510 dripping rig. I kept it to a cool 8.8w or 4.7v on a 2.5Ω atomizer. This wattage led me to the optimal flavor profile, while still producing an ample cloud of vapor, and a good throat hit. In a Nimbus atop my Duke mod (VV 50w/10a capable), I still found myself keeping this one quite cool. I kept it just under 20w to prevent scorching the juice which will lead to a slightly off undertone.
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80% VG / 20% PG
Although the mastermind behind Mr. Good Vape has been a large part of the vaping scene for quite some time, the juice company is a fairly new addition to the vaping community. I was eager to sample Melon Head by Mr. Good Vape. After arriving and completing my usual steeping process, I dove right in.
It’s not uncommon for me to start with a melon-based flavor when I receive juice from a new vendor. Not only are they almost always included in the samples that are sent, but I also find they are usually a good measure of the skill set that a particular juice mixer possesses. With all that in mind, I grabbed myself a fresh, clean atty and dripped Mr. Good Vape’s Melon Head, noticing immediately that the nose was not representative of what I had been expecting.
I don’t usually do very much research before getting started on a review, instead relying on my palate to tell me what’s inside. I was indeed a bit surprised to discover that while there certainly is some melon in this vape, the most noticeable flavor is a very impressive sweet, natural mango flavor that presents immediately on the inhale. While the mango seems to dominate (ever so slightly), there are two other flavors present in the mix that seamlessly blend into the profile lending the juice some depth and character. The first is clearly the anticipated melon. It’s a ripe, juicy cantaloupe to be precise, that works extremely well with the sweet and slightly tart mango.
The final flavor in the blend is a little harder to pin down. After almost two solid days of vaping this juice, I’m fairly confident that it’s papaya. This lends the juice an additional tropical melon-like quality, as well as a subtle earthy, almost musky note adding further depth and a greater sense of balance.
Overall the flavor is clean, fruity, and downright tasty with a sweet and sour ratio that leans towards the sour side of the spectrum, but not in a lip-puckering fashion. While the ability to handle extreme wattage doesn’t necessarily indicate premium quality juice, it does speak highly of the mixer. This juice, however, performs very well at a lower wattage.
I spent the majority of my time with it north of 12w, or 5.5v on a 2.5Ω atomizer to be precise. This yielded an intense tropical goodness, a mild throat hit, and many plumes of sweet, juicy vapor.
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Mr. Good Vapes, while still a relatively new vendor, has quite literally blown me away with some of biggest, brightest, boldest flavors I’ve tasted since the VaporRater journey first began. Up until this bottle of Moon Sugar, all of the flavors I’ve tasted from the vendor have exclusively been fruity vapes, and while I know that no vendor out there does everything perfectly, I was still quite eager to see what they could so with something other than fruit based e-liquids.
While the name of the bottle is at first a bit enigmatic, a quick smell of the juice will give you a clue as to what this one is meant to be, and it all clicks into place. It’s clearly a sugar cookie, but there’s a little more than the basic cookie flavor in this juice.
It’s exceptionally well balanced with the sweet flavor of freshly baked sugar cookies straight from the oven. They present immediately on the front end of the vape. At the top of the exhale, that flavor begins to take on a new form as it is met by the rich, earthy, mildly malted flavor of a freshly cooked waffle cone. This is the very same flavor that one encounters when entering an ice cream shop that makes their cones in the house.
While that presents itself fully, late in the exhale, it extends through the very long, very tasty finish. Like the other juices, I’ve reviewed from Mr. Good Vape, the flavors of this e-juice are exceptional. But more importantly, the base is positively immaculate without a hint of off flavors, leaving the overall profile sweet, but balanced, with a sense of complexity and depth that continued to keep me coming back for more, long after this review was completed.
As is the case with other flavors in the same vein, keeping this one cool enough is crucial as too much heat can lead to an off, bitter tone as the delicate flavoring components degrade from excessive heat. I found the sweet spot just a bit over 9.5w or 4.9v on a 2.5Ω atomizer.
You can take this one a bit beyond that, but it doesn’t lead to a significant increase in throat hit or vapor production and could offset the delicate balance. At 9.5 watts, the throat hit may be fairly mild, but vapor production is positively outstanding. For those who prefer a mech mod/RDA combo, Moon Sugar had no problem keeping up in a sub-ohm coil, providing there is adequate airflow. I used a Nemesis/Nimbus rig with dual 1/16” intakes, built with dual 28ga Kanthal coils on XC-116 wick, clocking in at .6Ω.