Pressed Pear, Pink Lady & Elderflower shortfill e-liquid by Wild Roots is a fruit blend reminiscent of a fruit concentrate beverage. A crisp yet sweet partnership of pear and apple combine throughout, with a fragrant elderflower completing the taste.
Pressed Pear, Pink Lady & Elderflower shortfill e-liquid is available as 50ml of e-liquid in a 60ml shortfill bottle, with space for a 10ml nicotine shot of your choice. For example, adding a 10ml 18mg nic shot will create 60ml of 3mg e-liquid.
These e-liquids have a 70% VG blend, perfect for large cloud creation without diminishing flavour when used with a sub ohm vape kit or tank.
Wild Roots is a range of UK made e-liquids which focus on distinct fruit combinations involving the finest ingredients.
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By Em from Wiltshire
So like others, I also got a sample of the wild cherry, fino lemon and frozen blueberries and was so impressed and intrigued by the other flavours advertised on the enclosed flyer. I chose this one and the pomegranate, cucumber and
pineapple. The flavour combinations sounded really interesting and unusual.
First up, the packaging is really well designed, to the point where I had to mention it. Plus they plant a tree for every bottle sold and I absolutely love that. The only thing I found difficult was getting the lid off the short fill to add the shot of nic salts I’d bought. I ended up cutting the nozzle off and adding the shot that way and it worked fine.
The smell of the liquid when I did this was definitely as good as I expected. It tasted great too, a really nicely balanced flavour. The first hit is a nice, juicy pear (oooh er!) and the apple starts to bleed in as you inhale. I’m really impressed with how natural the flavours are, the pear was realistic and the apple was the best apple vaping flavour I’ve tasted. Most taste like apple sweets as opposed to real apples. It did taste like real Pink Lady apples too, it had that sweetness. What was nice was that because the apple flavour was natural as opposed to apple candy, that sweetness was also realistic and wasn’t overwhelming. Imagine the sweetness of a Pink Lady apple (clearly they superior apple btw). I don’t know how they’ve done it, but it really does taste like the real thing.
I was wondering how the elderflower would come through, as it’s one of my favourite flavours (elderflower cordial is divine). It’s a very subtle flavour in real life, flowery and crisp. Here it forms the base for the pear and apple, tempering the sweetness and giving you the feeling of a lazy summer evening. It’s not detectable as elderflower per se, it’s more like a grounding and enigmatic flavour note that holds the other two flavours together.
Overall, super impressive. It’s very natural tasting which I had hoped - it sort of matches the packaging which is made of matt brown card, like recycled card used in art projects and fancy product labelling. This is one for people who aren’t keen on the overly sweet or artificial flavours, but would like a nice balanced fruity vape. It actually tastes juicy, and it puts me in mind of a late summer evening, all golden sunlight, the heat of the sun being absorbed by the grass, and a moment by yourself to contemplate the coming of autumn. It really is that good.