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Jump Start E-Liquid by VapeJoose Review


Jump Start is another unique e-liquid from VapeJoose. It contains different fruit flavors with a sour twist. It will remind you a bit of Electrical Forest. When you taste Jump Start, you can tell that it contains different fruit flavors, but it is difficult to pick out the particular fruits. What stands out is the citrus which gives it a mild sour taste. This VapeJoose e-liquid has a very balanced flavor. You can chain vape on it without wearing out your taste buds. This is surely an all day vape. If you like sour vapes, then try this one.

You can purchase Jump Start and other VapeJoose e-liquids from the company’s online vape store, http://vapejoose.com/. It comes in 30ml, 60ml, and 120ml bottles which cost $6.99, $9.99, and $18.99 respectively. You can buy vape juices in bulk or small quantities from the store.

Jump Start has a rich and complex flavor. It is a shame that VapeJoose didn’t list the exact fruit flavors used in the blend because I would like to know what particular flavors are included. The taste of Jump Start is a bit tricky – but in a good way. Some vapers have noted that it tastes a bit like an energy drink. It has a hint of candy flavor. When vaping Jump Start, you will get different notes of fruity flavor on the inhale and exhale. The sweet taste comes first, followed by a sour tinge.

VapeJoose e-liquids do not always come pre-steeped. Therefore, if you purchase a bottle of Jump Start and it doesn’t taste as it should, you need to steep it for one or two weeks. Steeping ensures that the flavorings and other ingredients used to make the e-juice mix well so you will get the full flavor when you vape it. The effect of steeping is more noticeable in e-liquids that contain nicotine. If you do not want to go through the trouble of steeping this e-juice, you can simply order it from VapeJoose’s line of pre-steeped e-liquids.

You can choose your preferred vegetable glycerin (VG) and propylene glycol (PG) ratio of any VapeJoose e-liquid that you buy from the company’s online store. Jump Start has a VG/PG ratio of either 50/50, 70/30 or MAX VG (possibly 80vg or 90vg). VapeJoose recommends selecting a VG/PG ratio based on the type of vaping device you are using. Vapers who are using starter kits can go for 50vg/50pg while those using either sub ohm tank or a rebuildable dripping atomizer (RDA) can go for 70vg/30pg. The MAX VG version of Jump Start is perfect for dripping. This e-liquid is not a coil killer. You can vape it for several days before you will need to clean your coils and change your wicking material. The vapor production of Jump Start is quite remarkable. You will get massive clouds of vapor from each hit especially if you go for 70vg or MAX VG. The 50vg version of this e-liquid is recommended for those who are more interested in flavor and throat hit than clouds.

VapeJoose produces Jump Start with different nicotine strength levels. You can get this e-juice with either 0mg, 3mg, 6mg, 12mg or 24mg of nicotine. You need to select the nicotine level that is suitable for you if you want to enjoy the flavor of this e-juice to the fullest. Nothing can ruin a vaping experience more than having to put the e-liquid down because the nicotine buzz you are getting is too strong. Unless you were a heavy smoker, it is unlikely that you will need to go for 12mg or 24mg of nicotine to get a good throat hit.

Jump Start comes with the same simple packaging design that is used for all VapeJoose e-liquids. It is packed in a clear bottle which has an eye-grabbing label on it. The label contains all the usual information like nicotine level, batch number and more. You can easily fill a tank or pour the e-juice on your coils directly from the bottle.

VapeJoose is an e-liquid maker based in Grand Rapids, Michigan. This company, which was created in 2014, has a collection of more than 80 gourmet-quality e-liquids. All VapeJoose e-liquids are made with top-shelf ingredients like nicotine salts and FDA-approved food-grade flavorings.