Advertised Flavour Profile:
Absinthe with a hint of Mint, Rhum and fruit notes.
Le Vapeur Express is making magic with several lines of juice that have many incredible flavour profiles. This is the second profile in their Heritage line we have reviewed. Amenità is pure awesome, it tastes like an artisanal cocktail you would enjoy at a dope high end bar.
There are plenty of profiles that use Anise (active ingredient in black liquorice) but usually it’s over powering and tastes heavy handed. This in not the case with Amenità and is a testament to the mixology going on over at Vapour Express. There is a perfect flavour balance going on, just as you would expect in a fine cocktail. Perfect amounts of Mint, Absinthe, with notes of Rhum and Fruit give this juice a seriously delicious quality that comes you coming back for hit after hit. The Mint and Anise are not strong enough for us to qualify this as a menthol vape (although some of you might disagree), they really just add a depth to the profile. This is a rich yet refreshing vape that is truly unique!
The Front is damn Creamy and starts with sweet note of Mint followed by a little bite of Absinthe (Anise) that gives way to delicate notes of Rhum and Fruit. That back is very Creamy as well with stronger notes of Fruit & Rhum with trailing notes Anise & Mint. It’s just so tasty, so good. For those of you with more discerning palates this is a must buy. For everyone else, it’s a must try! The Heritage line is looking pretty awesome, so far 2 out of 3 are really great!
VG/PG Ratio: 70/30
Smoothness (1-10): 9.5
Flavour Category: Beverage, Fruit
Flavour Intensity (1-10): 8.5
Inhale: Silky Smooth Creamy Mint & Absinthe with little notes of Rhum & Fruit (Strawberry?)
Exhale: More Creamy Fruit & Rhum with the Absinthe taking a back seat a little
Best on: Any Atty, But Drip it!
All Day Vapability: Smooth and Refreshing, Yes!
Heat: Shines with Heat! Flavours intensify.
Bottle Size: 30ml
Packaging: Great Bottle, Decent Label (No URL), Fine tipped dripper
Website:Le Vapeur Express