Crumbleberry eliquid is a layered dessert blend with a fruity twist. A pastry flavour comes through on inhale with rich and buttery notes, paired with a heavy cream that creates a smooth texture. The raspberry on exhale is sweet with a punchy exhale that cuts through the dessert layers for a juicy finish.
Crumbleberry ejuice is a High VG Liquid, and works best in a Sub Ohm Vape Tank. This is a 70% VG 50ml short fill. Each shortfill bottle of Crumbleberry has room for a 10ml nicotine booster shot of your choice
Manufactured in the US in an FDA registered facility, The Milkman combines unique dessert flavours, featuring rich and sweet notes. If you’re looking for a more chocolatey blend, we recommend trying Milky O's or Moonies.
By Ben Ken
Well worth a try, actually tastes like berry pastry and usually gets people who smell the vape a bit peckish!
By Stuart from Ayrshire
This is a liquid I can't put down when I start on it. I would definitely agree that the shortfill bottle is better than the premixed bottles after trying it today. I found I tasted the raspberry better. Will keep coming back to this again and again
Yet another banger from Milkman. I was blown away at the first puff. Raspberry is as natural and fresh as can be. Not overpowering at all. Buttery pastry/crumble flavour is there. I was stuck on pancake man for years. Since the decline of that juice, I've discovered all of these crackers that makes me wonder where I have been for the past 2 years! This is better than strudelhaus and I have strudelhaus 5 stars out of 5. When I wick up now I have a headache deciding what liquid I want to drip on my RDA. beautiful juice. Cannot recommend enough.
By GlawsRugbyRocks from Gloucester, UK
Its smooth, sweet with a pastry base to take off the edge.
This is far better than the pre-made 10ml bottles, if you are looking for sweet or pastry you NEED to try it out!
Can I add that the 50ml bottles you add nic too tend to be true to the original flavouring the creators were trying to go for.
Whereas this is my all day liquid I also push you to try Strudelhaus too.