E-Liquid Company: Thunderhead Vapor
E-Liquid Flavor: Menthol Trends
Available Options: 15ml or 30ml sizes. 0mg, 6mg, 12mg, 18mg, and 24mg strengths. There are no PG/VG Ratio options available. The ratio is not indicated on the bottle so I will assume it’s 50/50.
Reviewed Option: I have vaped more than a dozen 15ml bottles, most at 18mg. The 2 most recent bottles at 12mg.
Price: $6.94 from Thunderhead Vapor. $10 from my local B&M.
Where did I get mine? I purchased most of mine from my local B&M and a few I ordered from Thunderhead Vapor’s Website.
Where can you get yours? Thunderhead Vapor
The Best Menthol I’ve Had So Far!
I smoked menthol for most of my 27 years of smoking so the 1st flavor I wanted to try when I was getting into vaping was menthol. At my local B&M, I sampled 6 or so menthol juices. Menthol Trends was by far the closest to an actual menthol cigarette. Since then, I have sampled a dozen others at other stores and Menthol Trends is still the closest. I smoked Newport for years, then Camel Menthol, and when I quit, I was smoking Camel Silver Menthol. So let’s take a look at Menthol Trends.
The color of the liquid is a dark reddish orange and the lower the nicotine level, the lighter it gets. The juice is not very thick. It tastes pretty consistent in all the tanks I have vaped it in, Aspire Nautilus, Aspire BDC, ProTank 3, and Kayfun. When I had my Kayfun coils built at 1 ohm, the flavor was a little stronger, but the taste was pretty consistent. In the last 2 months, I have consumed 15+ bottles of Menthol Trends and I am still not tired of it.
As I mentioned in the intro, the taste is the closest to a menthol cigarette that I have tried so far. I am always on the look out for better though. In addition to my own opinion, friends that smoked menthol agree. I had a friend ask me to try the menthol flavor he got from a vendor where he lives and it was like smoking Skoal. I let him try Menthol Trends and he went home and ordered some himself.
How does Thunderhead Vapor describe it?
Our Menthol Trends flavor provides a tough menthol kick with just a touch of peppermint and sweet flavor.
Thunderhead Vapor’s description doesn’t say much, but I can say that it’s pretty much as described except for the sweet flavor. I don’t taste any sweet in Menthol Trends, just pure menthol. It’s strong and clean.
At 18mg, there is a pretty good throat hit. When I started vaping at 12mg, it’s almost all gone. If I pull really good in a Kayfun, I get some still.
Bottle and Label
The bottle and label include all of what I want to see except for the PG/VG Ratio. It has a warning label for children, ingredients, and nicotine strength. The nicotine strength is no printed though. It’s checked with a marker. This could leave the possibility of mistakes, but it’s ok.
At approximately $7.00 for a 15ml bottle, it’s a great value.
Like I said, the proof is in the pudding. I have literally brought Thunderhead Vapors at least 5 new customers by letting them taste Menthol Trends. It’s not the most popular menthol at my local B&M, but I feel as if it’s the best by a long shot. I am sure there are some other menthols in the sea of juice companies, but so far this is my favorite. I will be sure to update everyone when something better comes along. For someone making the switch from menthol cigarettes to vaping, I would strongly recommend Thunderhead Vapor’s Menthol Trends.