I finally got my Mt. Baker Vapor in the mail! And I must say I am fairly impressed by what I’ve received. With 240+ flavors to chose from, I was a little apprehensive about my selection process, but I think I picked some pretty good ones. The first one I’m going to review is the Whipped Cream E-juice, which I have to say is much more realistic-tasting than I thought it ever could be… right down to that “whipped,” aerated feel that one would think only possible in actual, gas-propelled whipped cream.
The flavor of the Mt. Baker Vapor Whipped Cream has similarities to a few of the Marshmallow flavored E-liquids I’ve tried in the past, but as stated above, that aerated sensation is very unique, and I would love to know if it’s merely the power of suggestion, or if some other flavor has been included in the mix that simply simulates the whipping procedures applied to sweet cream in order to produce the world’s greatest pie topping. And yes, the sweetness level of this flavor is actually very light, with a surprising lack of chemically, PG essence. Steeping made all of the good points of this product simply more noticeable, without actually adding strength. Cranking up the voltage, though, is definitely not recommended! Unless you like napalming your whipped cream before eating.
A few people around me commented (interestingly) that it smelled like a bagel shop in the room. I looked around and didn’t see any bagels in the immediate vicinity, and the best explanation I can come up with here is that those two people (married I believe) ordered whipped cream-covered lattes at bagel shops often patronized by themselves. Either that or they’re zombies, pretending that they still have human senses in order to fit in and avoid gunshots to the head. Who knows? Anyways, the aroma of this creation of Mt. Baker Vapor’s is pleasant and, to me at least, seemed to be a mix of rice crispie treats and actual whipped cream.
Now, the “lightness” sensation of this flavor unfortunately has an effect on the throat hit experienced upon vaping. I’m sure, especially with the adequate vapor production involved, that enough vapor is actually being inhaled to effect a decent throat hit. The problem is, of course, that whole “lightness” and “whipped” trait that makes the flavor of this E-juice so unusually enjoyable. I could hardly feel this vapor hit my lungs, which caused me to drag harder, which eventually burnt the liquid.
This brings me to my next important point about the Whipped Cream E-juice… Cocktailing! I used my MegaTwix Dual-Tank Clearomizer to make some interesting concoctions. I left the Whipped Cream flavor in one of the tanks, and I circulated the following flavors through the other tanks: Boston Cream Pie, Banana Cream Pie, Banana-split, Chocolate Cherry, Chocolate Vanilla, and Cinnamon Blueberry Crumble. The results… pure, unadulterated, taste bud Buddha-caliber enlightenment! Adding Whipped Cream to these flavors is exactly like adding real whipped cream to the actual pastries themselves. No difference!
So, I would recommend having Mt. Baker Vapor’s Whipped Cream E-liquid on hand to use as a “topping” on your favorite desert juices. I regret that my strawberry bottle was unacceptably empty during this truly awakening taste test. Strawberries and cream is something that, if captured correctly, might actually become one of my all-time favorite vapor flavors!