Fried Cream Cake e-liquid by Puff Dragon is a dessert blend with a distinct taste. A fried vanilla sponge cake flavour provides the base of the mix, complemented by a sweet and smooth cream for a distinct vape.
Fried Cream Cake 10ml e-liquid is available in a 3mg, 6mg, 12mg and 18mg nicotine strength. This allows you to not only combine your favourite flavour with your ideal nicotine strength, but also gives you the opportunity to find your preferred level of throat hit.
As this is a 50% VG e-liquid it will work best with mouth to lung vape kits such as vape starter kits and pod kits. When vaped you'll experience discreet vapour production and a clear flavour.
Puff Dragon e-liquids are one of the most popular ranges in the UK. Their collection features menthol, fruit, candy, dessert and tobacco blends. Meaning there's an e-liquid to suit most vapers.
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By sausage from uk
Tastes and smells like fried cream cake.
By Craig from Lyminton, Uk
Liked this one. Well priced and tasted great :D
By Lisa from Wales
I love this. It's the best cake juice I've found so far. No weird fancy flavours, just cake! Yummy!
By T from London
It smells just like the concession stand at the cinema and tastes like the popcorn jelly belly beans. It can be a heavy one and isn't one I could puff on all day without getting a bit much. Would recommend to try but not a firm favourite.
By Mimzy from Scotland
At first I get a taste of jam, followed by a flavour that is similar to a cream cake.
I do like it, but it isn't a favourite of mine that's for sure, I feel like it's missing something.
It does give a satisfying throat hit though and plenty of vape clouds.
By SAMIR from Netherlands
If I hadn't read the description, I wouldn't immediately think I'm vaping Twinkies. But the flavor is decent, fried doughnut comes to mind. Would I order again? For the price, probably. But I'm not in love with it.
Worth a try.
Egrip2, 0.5 ohms at 18 watts.