I’ve been a big fan of Vapouriz for a long time, and I’ve enjoyed more than a few of the e-liquids that come from the ‘Vapouriz’ lab – Vapour Labs. These include Vapouriz branded eliquid, of course, as well as Pure Evil and Pocket Fuel liquids also. They’re all made in the UK, with ingredients you can trust, and everything is TPD compliant … a very big deal as you may well know.
I recently ordered a bunch of eliquids in the Vapouriz Mega Sale, and I figured it just made sense to bring you a review of the latest delights I’d tried. This one is the Pure Evil Lust eliquid review. I’ve tried a number of the other Pure Evil liquids before – Sloth, Wrath, Black Crack, Envy, Jamnation and Scream Queen – and I was super excited to try this one – Lust.
*I WAS NOT sent this item for review. I purchased this eliquid.*
But … did I like it?
Pure Evil Lust Eliquid Review
Let’s get things out the way nice and early – I’d been planning on buying this eliquid for a long time, and after trying it, I can honestly say I’d wished I’d bought it sooner.
This is what it’s meant to taste like:
“Satisfy your every desire with Lust e-liquid by Pure Evil. With sweet strawberry and custard notes, this delicious potion is perfect for cloud chasers looking for their next all-day vape.”
Does it taste like strawberry and custard? Yes. Oh my god, yes! This is one of the nicest dessert-like juices I’ve vaped with in a while, and I knew I should have ordered it a lot sooner than I did. There’s a big 60ml bottle winging its way into my online basket as we speak …
The smell is more strawberry than custard, I think, but the vape-taste is exactly as it should be – a burst of fresh, ripe strawberry to start with, with that hint of custard just kicking in towards the end. It’s really nice – sweet, but not too sweet, although I would imagine it’ll get quite sickly with constant use. I don’t sub-ohm all the time, but I can see myself getting bored of this if I were to use it too frequently. Sometimes I just don’t fancy that strawberry-sweet burst, you know?
The vapour smells as beautiful as the taste, and for the rest of the afternoon my room had a lingering air of strawberry-custard about it. Vaping saves a fortune on air freshener …
An 80/20 VG/PG split, Pure Evil Lust provides you with a decent amount of vapour. Not loads, I must admit, but enough. Just enough for an 80/20, I think.
For the purposes of this Pure Evil Lust eliquid review, I used the Aspire Archon box at 40w and the tank that came with my Kangertech Nano Topbox kit because I found a bunch of 0.5ohm coils I forgot I had for it. Also, occasionally used the same tank with the box that came with the Kangertech Nano Topbox. That’s the pretty pink one in the photos.
You can buy Pure Evil Lust from vapouriz.com:
- £13.99 / 60ml
- £6.99 / 20ml
- £3.50 / 10ml
Also, the following multi-buy deals can be found on the Vapouriz website:
- 3 x 10ml for £10
- 3 x 20ml for £20
(10ml+ bottles won’t be available after May when the TPD restrictions come into place, so I’d recommend making use of those bigger bottles and great prices now.)
Would I buy Pure Evil Lust again? Yep! Without a shadow of a doubt. I finished my 10ml bottle in no time at all, and I’ve already added the 60ml bottle to my basket. If you like strawberry and you like custard, you’ll love the two brought together in this sweet and fruity mix.
I also found Pure Evil Lust here:
£3.95 / 10ml @ cremedevape.com
£6.39 / 20ml @ amazon.com