BlackPowder has been created to work across most devices and a wide range of power outputs, at various settings your juice will display different characteristics and flavours indicative of a complex blend, this juice will truly shine in a rebuildable atomiser and a well set up coil. With Anise and Liquorice taking centre stage you find the fruits that shore up the rear set the palate alight with mouthwatering goodness, the effects of the anise are far reaching though and continue to dance around your mouth after the first inhale with that familiar tingle. We use two different types of liquorice, one for the sweetness but also a more natural, root flavouring for added depth.
Tested in many devices it really shines in high performance atomisers – some get more fruit, others more aniseed and others get the full depth of the liquorice root – which will you experience?
This juice is created with our standard 60vg/40pg blend using high quality USP, EP and BP grade ingredients along with carefully selected food flavourings at quite a high percentage, this is a strong flavour, it has gusto and as a result you may prefer to cut this with 25% vg or pg to suit.
BlackPowder has had a slight reformulation with the root liquorice flavour which means it now works considerably better in glassomisers than version 1. The reason for this was the old root liquorice needed vast airflow in order to burn off and let the fruits come through.
Ingredients: May Contain Nicotine. 60%Vegetable Glycerine B.P. 40% Propylene Glycol B.P.
> 28% of this juice is made from PG based, nature identical food flavourings with no additional colourings. The colour is formed from the liquorice and fruit flavour blend.
Please Note: BlackPowder is likely to crack plastic tanks due to the high concentration of anise and liquorice flavourings, please use caution with your devices and try to ensure you use steel or glass to avoid any issues. Colonel Booms cannot be held responsible for damage to any plastic items.
- : PlumeBlu UK
- : http://colonelboom.co.uk/blackpowder
- : No steeping needed
Date posted: March 1, 2014