Promised Land by Cloud Alchemist Review

Flavor note

A creamy mixture of honey and savory cinnamon with a light apple aftertaste.

Specifications

 Size  10ml  30ml  120ml

 Nicotine Level   0mg  1.5mg  03mg  06mg  12mg

 PG/VG Ratio   20pg/80vg   50pg/50vg

 

About Cloud Alchemist 

Cloud Alchemist comes with a very impressive range in the e-liquid category, having various standing-out flavors. There are very few flaws, but such criticism can be ignored after ideal package they have in store for the customers. From quality to the dedication, everything assured in a rightful manner. And not to forget the mouth-watering range of flavors that will always hook you back.

 

Review of Promised Land 

While I hadn’t anticipated having this flavor from the Washington e-liquid manufacturer and vendor Cloud Alchemist as part of the holiday reviews, the timing just sort of worked out and this bottle arrived with the flavors they chose to submit for review.

And with that out of the way, we can proceed with what’s really important here, the juice inside the bottle, not the label on the outside. Before I ever began writing these reviews, I was a sucker for a good fireball style juice…obviously with a flavor that powerful, it’s not something a juice reviewer can vape for very long, at least not without risking future troubles in picking out some of the finer flavors in the reviews immediately following. Cinnamon vapes tend to be very potent, particularly Promised Land, like this Xmas in a Can.

 

Flavor Note:

With a sweet, bright, potent fireball/red hot flavor that practically explodes on the inhale, this is a world apart from the honey/cinnamon flavors I’ve been working hard on lately, and it’s a welcome change. The cinnamon is met, at the top of the exhale, by a softer, milder, creamy vanilla flavor that adds depth, body, and a sense of fullness to the vape.

At first glance, it seems like those are the only two flavors present in the profile, but I knew I could taste an additional note, hanging on the tongue, throughout the long, sweet and crispy finish of apple.

I can’t be certain on this one, but my guess is that there is not only some sort of cream element, be it whipped or otherwise, in play here, but also a very mild, practically hidden (or at least very well disguised) apple or tangerine flavor.

 

Aroma:

It acts in the same way an apple peel is used to balance out the spice in mulled cider or wine, adding a very light citrus note that unexpectedly, goes hand in hand with bolder, more pronounced notes. In this case, it comes together on the back side and finishes to leave a trace of a creamsicle-like flavor on the very back of the tongue.

 

Test run:

It’s not something that’s terribly easy to pick-up on, I’m not even entirely certain that’s the flavor under the sheer intensity of the cinnamon, but after spending 3 1/2 days with this juice, I’ve tasted it enough times to put it in print, even if I’m wrong. At the end of the day, if spicy cinnamon/fireball type vapes are something you enjoy, this one is well worth checking out.

 

Throat Hit and Vapor Production:

It’s got all the heat and sweet that make those e-liquids so enjoyable, with the added attraction of complementary elements that add a different dimension to the overall experience. As with most of the liquids in the cinnamon family, the sweet spot is almost entirely what you want it to be. The hotter you push it, the more flavor, throat hit, and vapor you can expect to get out of it.

In the Aspire NX100 Mod, I drove it up to 11.6w or 5.4v on a 2.5Ω atomizer. This was a little too warm for chain vaping, but with time to cool between vapes, this delivered crisp, bright flavor, a very solid throat hit, and an impressive cloud. With the Kanger Variable Voltage 1300mAh EVOD set-up, I settled in around 27w which provided an intensely powerful increase in all categories. While the juice could have handled a bit more heat, I found the cinnamon to be too potent for my taste at higher wattage.

 

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