I really wanted the sharp rhubarb and a bit of pastry. I do get that but it’s not that strong. Rather weak flavour overall.
Apple is 50 percent of the flavour all the way through but we are interested in THE RHUBARB.
The rhubarb kick seems pretty variable. It doesn’t come out much using a Hellbeast tank with a GT mesh coil at 65 watts or below. But at 70 watts it’s … okay.
All flavour is a bit is more present on a Nunchaku tank with a normal 0.25 ohm coil but only at the highest rated wattage of 50. Below that, just water vapour really.
Smok tfv v2 tank (mesh coil) brings out a lot of flavour but it’s still a bit meh compared to the the relatively unknown UK Labs Baked rhubarb and apple crumble which has a better, sharper rhubarb and more flavour overall. Neither of these have ANY pastry or pie crust which is a real disappointment (why put it on the label/description when it isn’t there?) so I add a bit of Loaded’s Cookie Butter, or a little bit of pie crust concentrate.
In short, this Ohm Baked one is disappointing after 5 minutes. It barely tastes like what it says it is but it’s not unpleasant, just weak.
Also, it’s almost clear in colour so hopefully not a coil gunker, although any correlation there has yet to be confirmed. It’s not overly sweet like many American ones.
Overall I’d say it’s … okay. You don’t have much choice with rhubarb so I suppose it’ll do. 10 percent more flavouring in this and it would be A1. But there isn’t so it’s not.
I feel like the level of flavour strength here is based on a decision that is, “I think we can get away with putting this little in”.
Yes, ‘get away with’.
Have some respect for your product and customers.
Skimp on the flavour, you lose repeat purchases. I won’t be buying it again. Cutting corners is not how to build nor maintain a business, as countless failed businesses will tell you. See you down the job centre or whatever it’s called now.
OBS Cube, Smok m270 (best of the lot), Eleaf Rim (weakest of the lot), Squid Industries detonator thing, iJoy Diamond Mini (50 watts, big volts, tiny mod).