Lemon Custard shortfill e-liquid by IVG is a dessert flavour that combines sweet and sharp notes. A rich vanilla custard makes up the base of this blend, with creamy notes; countered on exhale by a tangy lemon curd for a citrus finish.
This is a 70% VG e-liquid that has been blended to create a distinct flavour, without sacrificing cloud production. Lemon Custard works best when used with a sub ohm tank or kit.
This is a 50ml shortfill that contains 0mg nicotine e-liquid. If you wish to vape with nicotine we recommend you add the 10ml nicotine booster shot of your choice. For example, adding an 18mg, 10ml shot will create 60ml of 3mg e-liquid.
Created by IVG, the IVG Custard range is mixed and bottled in California. The collection features e-liquids with a custard flavour base, mixed with fruit, nuts and candy.
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By cee from exeter
Yet another winner for me from the folks at IVG
The lemon is sweet, tangy and not harsh and the custard is a nice subtle flavour with neither of the flavours over powering the other.
The juice isn't overly sweet, but it might not be great for tank users as I have to change cotton regularly using this juice.
By John from London
Nicely balanced lemon flavour! Nice fresh lemon mixed with creamy custard, smooth vape. Nice! Like it.
By fooby from Newcastle
The lemon is there and the smoothness is there, but I have an issue with a certain flavouring in many bakery juices that is unfortunately present in this juice. The only way I can describe it is a sickly sweet, artificial, almost doughy flavour. It's a bit better after steeping for a few weeks so maybe there's still hope.
By fooby from Newcastle Upon Tyne
I left a negative review previously as this liquid had a horrible nasty taste that overpowered everything else. It's been sat in the cupboard for about a month so I thought I'd try it again and it's much better! The colour is now light bronze and the prominent taste is smooth custard, quite sweet. More lemon would be nice.