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Black Mamba E-Liquid Review

Today I’ll be reviewing Black Mamba E-Liquid from Pink Spot Vapors. I’ll be using a 2.2Ohm EVOD, powered by an eVic at 5 volts. This particular bottle is at my preferred 18mg. Upon my request, this Black Mamba is “On the rocks”, which means menthol is added. Pink Spot Vapors (PSV) describes the flavor as a martini inspired e-liquid that is the result of a fierce blend of multiple flavors headlined by blackberry and a smooth cranberry flavor with a splash of citrus.

Flavor

To start off, the cranberry and blackberry is very noticeable, followed by the requested menthol. I’ve tried this flavor both with menthol and without. Other than the cranberry, blackberry and obvious menthol, I don’t notice a citrus that much – if so, it’s very faint. The flavor is very unique, one of a kind and like many PSV flavors, it’s delicious.

Throat Hit

Even at 18mg, I’m not receiving much of a throat hit. It’s pleasantly smooth and I wouldn’t expect anything rough with a flavor like this. Well done PSV.

Vapor Production

This again is another result of PSV’s average 60% VG and 50% PG ratio. Of course a big amount of vapor production, especially with my 2.2Ohm coil at 5 volts.

Conclusion

Overall, if you’re into fruit flavors, this is one of the best on the market. It offers a unique taste, nothing like you would receive from any other e-liquid company… and I think that’s why I’m so drawn to all of PSV’s flavors. With each taste of their signature flavors, you can always count on a surprising flavor that you haven’t vaped before. Out of all the flavors I’ve tried from many e-liquid companies, Black Mamba is one of my favorites.

Want to try Black Mamba? visit www.PinkSpotVapors.com

 

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Blake Brown

Blake is the owner and creator of the Guide To Vaping blog. He has expressed his passion for the vaping industry through his deeply rooted and highly informative content. Being a writer and content provider for the vaping industry for year's, Blake has also gained experience from working with multiple blogs and well respected companies.

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  • 2.2 ohms @5v…..my ass !!!
    i bought it and put it in a mini protank with a 2.2 ohm coil fired @ 5v on an SVD and got nothing but burnt taste…it never even started to be vapable until the voltage was 4v…you might want to check and see if the 5v was a misprint…

    • I’m sorry that you’re getting a burnt taste. You may want to check your coil… actually, you might want to do what I do, which is removing one of the top wicks from the coil. Pink Spot Vapors uses 60% VG, so the e-liquid is much thicker.

      In your case, your wick isn’t supplying enough e-liquid at a quick enough pace. I have local friends that vape Black Mamba at 5 volts, whith no problem at all. – If you need any help with the removal, I’ve created a video demonstrating how to do it.

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