Crack Panda (Button Junkie) by Ecig Wizard
"Crack Panda" by Button Junkie
A mouth-watering explosion of yummy apricots, peaches and other tantalizing tropical fruits. This is a superb juice that delivers continuous vaping pleasure all day long.
Snapback’s, beards, graffiti graphics and premium juice – the guys at Button Junkie have really hit the nail on the head with their branding. They have perfectly encapsulated what their target consumer is all about and are unashamably being who they want to be in an industry of copycats and mimics.
Button Junkie have hand-crafted four mouth-watering juices that will tempt and tantalize any vapor’s tastebuds. This captivating collection is available in both 15ml & 30ml glass bottles with a tempting blend ratio of 30% PG, 70% VG, proving the perfect balance to what they claim are four wonderful flavours – let’s see about that. They have always been disappointed with what has been advertised as “premium juice” and that’s why from the very beginning Button Junkie set out to create exceptional flavours from right here in the UK.
Today I’ve been tasked with giving my honest opinion on “Crack Panda” by BJ, so let’s get into it. (sidenote: I never thought I’d be a BJ reviewer, but alas, it’s one of the perks of the job)
Aesthetically the bottle is modern and simplistic, no fuss to be had here. We have a vibrant label, a unique oblong bottle shape and a great functioning dropper. My only criticism would be a lack of safety/hazard logos, the risks are explained in small black lettering, however. Nicotine strength, batch number and best before date are easily readable.
I get a slightly chemical smell when I open the bottle for the first time; which isn’t a great start to the non-visual aspect of the juice. Having let it sit for a few minutes the smell develops really well. No more chemicals, all tropical fruits. Proof that good things come to those who wait, so don’t instantly panic if you buy this juice.
As normal, I’m using my Smok R80 Micro with the TFV4 Micro tank and STC coil, running between 50w-80w @ 0.3ohm. The juice is 3mg which and 70VG/30PG.
On the inhale I get an overwhelming fruit flavour, it’s exceptionally complex and very hard to decipher what exactly goes into making this without reading the description. I tried this on a dripper earlier tonight with the same results, it’s very delicious, but very complex.
Exhaling everything becomes a bit more clear, not crystal, but we’re getting there. Peaches, orange and citrus are the dominating flavours, but there’s still some elements I can’t work out. It’s like a liquid version of Bertie Bott’s Every Flavour Beans – definitely no earwax flavour though.
I’m still befuddled a few moments after the exhale, but yet the orange and peach lingers on, really great, strong flavours still powering through.
Is the flavour too strong? Perhaps. I don’t feel this is a juice for vaping all day as the BJ website states, but rather a sorbet-esque juice. Something to liven the taste buds and cleanse the palate. A drop kick to the senses and a Rubiks Cube of flavour notes.
If you fancy yourself as a connoisseur of juices, then this would be a perfect buy to keep you busy trying to work out what’s involved in the unique tropical flavour. That being said, if you’re a fan of obvious flavours this juice will frustrate and baffle you in equal measures.
Available from www.ecigwizard.com
- Everyday vape