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Snack Shack Funnel Cake E Liquid Review

Remember those pica food we buy when the circus comes to town? I’m talking corn dogs, fried dough, soft pretzels, snow cones, cotton candy, and most particularly funnel cakes. If you have no idea what a funnel cake is, it is actually made with either a pancake batter or donut batter. These are deep fried in hot oil until they’re crispy golden color. After that, you drain the oil and coat them with powdered sugar. Sometimes strawberries, blueberries, or even whipped cream are poured over.

After reading all those, I bet you are calculating how many calories a piece will have. Regardless, it is still worth it if you are craving something really really sweet (not to mention the added powdered sugar on top). However, not everyone may be able to enjoy this. Buuuttttt, what if you can actually bottle the flavor and provide a harmless mode of delivery straight to your taste buds? Exciting and interesting at the same time, right?

If you vape, then here’s some good news for you. A company called Snack Shack has crafted this delicious e-juice called Funnel Cake that definitely tastes like the real thing. Its website says “Light and fluffy dough heavily dusted with powdered sugar makes this a carnival classic you can vape all day!” Actually, its flavor is much more than a simple funnel cake. Check out my review on this Snack Shack Premium e liquid below.

The instant you puff this e-juice, you will right away recognize the funnel cake batter (if ever you have tried one before). But the taste is not plain funnel cake dough alone, the powdered sugar plays around to give an added sweetness to the blend. On the inhale, you will unmistakably notice that powdered sugar taste. Take note, it does not taste like the Splenda type artificial sugar and is not overly sweet to a point that it makes you gaggy. Upon exhale, the funnel cake notes take over your mouth. It is impressive to note that this isn’t just your ordinary batter/cake type flavor as the powdered sugar tones balance and bring the taste to perfection. This will definitely be a go-to for those who are looking for a dark and heavy kind of sweetness in their vapor.

After trying several tanks, I think you can attain the optimal flavor at or below 0.5 ohm and above 40 watts using Ceramic coils with Kanthal wire for wattage mode. As the saying in the vaping world goes: the warmer the vapor, the deeper the flavor. As for me, I pretty enjoyed my experience using the Smok H-Priv 220W mod and the Joyetech eVic VTwo.

This e-juice has a vegetable glycerin and propylene glycol ratio of 70/30. It has a solid cloud production. In fact, at 42 watts, I was able to fill the room with vapor in just 2 minutes. I think it is safe to say that when it comes to producing massive amounts of clouds, this baby is top-notch and difficult to beat. Talking about the smell, I love it … funnel cake all over  once you get that lid off the bottle.

This blend comes in three different nicotine levels. The 6 mg of nicotine is the highest and has the strongest hit. This however may be too low for some compared with other brands that offer up to 24 mg, but for many users, this is already more than enough. The 3 mg of nicotine is recommended for average vapers or those who are just starting out. And the 0 mg version is for those who want a guaranteed nicotine-free blend.

As I mentioned earlier, Snack Shack is a rather new company,yet still a few products in its lineup. But mind you, all these four blends are absolutely to die for and will definitely remind you to those days when you used to eat just anything you see on a state fair. Enjoy Snack Shack’s Cotton Candy, Tangerine Dream, and Jolly Pop e-liquids for a very affordable price. Buy vape juice online and get these Snack Shack treats for only $24.99 (60 mL bottle). All are packed with their own unique punch of delicious flavor. I literally went gaga for this; I finished the entire bottle in a week’s time. Two thumbs up for this!

Phyllis Adams