I didn’t actually buy this eliquid, and that’s why I ended up with a 6mg bottle rather than the 3mg I would usually have bought. I’d been eyeing up the Dinner Lady range for ages, but I seemed to have so many bottles sent to review, I just never got the chance to order any to try. A friend didn’t like this one because the 6mg was too strong for him, and I passed him over a bottle of mine that I didn’t particularly like. I love vape swapping. Do you do that too?
I put a little in my tank – the Kangertech Nano Topbox with the Aspire Archon – and I set it to 40w. After waiting the obligatory ten minutes for my coil to prime (I lie, I didn’t wait), I gave it a cheeky inhale and … Wow.
Why has it taken me so long to try the Dinner Lady liquid?!
I’ve been really into my lemon flavoured ejuice recently, and I don’t know where it’s come from. I’ve never been a big lover of fruity eliquids, but I seem to really enjoy these pastry / dessert themed ones. Maybe I’m secretly a big fan of lemon?
Anyway, I’ll get to the heart of the Dinner Lady Lemon Tart review … I absolutely bloody love it. I actually prefer that it’s the 6mg rather than 3mg. I usually find anything over 3mg too harsh and strong for me, but this one was still very well-rounded, and super easy to vape too. It didn’t make me cough, no spluttering, none of that business. It was just surprisingly nice. I’d heard everyone rave about Dinner Lady stuff for such a long time, I was actually expecting it to be a little disappointing … because isn’t that always how it goes? But it wasn’t, I love it. Now I want to buy every flavour they offer. My poor bank balance …
The flavour – it’s definitely a lemon tart. You know you can get jam tarts, and sometimes they have those packets with the lemon curd tarts in them too? Well, that’s what this eliquid tastes like – those lemon curd tarts. It reminds me so much of my childhood. I get almost a little nostalgic about it!
Now for some specifics – it’s a 70% VG 30% PG split, made in the UK, with all the appropriate markings on the bottle – batch number, expiry date, etc. I’ve seen it in a number of physical vape stores, although I’ve never asked how much they cost, but I have seen them on a number of different websites too. I’ll list them below, along with the prices. I’m nice like that!
With plenty of clouds and a taste I absolutely adored, Dinner Lady is definitely a brand of eliquid I wish I’d tried sooner. Now I can’t wait to try more. I’m a little concerned about what strength I should order though. I know I shouldn’t take for granted that I liked the 6mg in Lemon Tart, especially as I usually order 3mg and find anything higher than that too strong. What do you think? Have you ordered Dinner Lady before? What strength did you get? And do you wish you’d gone higher / lower? I’d love to know what you thought. Leave your comments below, or get in touch via social media.
The last thing I’ll say, however, is that Lemon Tart by Dinner Lady is one of the nicest tasting eliquids I’ve tried in a while. And I’ve tried some really good ones recently.
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Where to buy Dinner Lady Lemon Tart
- Vape Barn – Dinner Lady Lemon Tart – £12 / 30 ml – buy here.
- ecigarettedirect – Dinner Lady Lemon Tart – £14.99 / 30ml – buy here.
- Vape Direct – Dinner Lady Lemon Tart – £14.99 / 30ml – buy here.
- best4ecigs didn’t have Lemon Tart, but they did have four other lush sounding Dinner Lady flavours – £14.99 / 30ml. You’ll find those here.