According to Pinup Vapors’ website, Timothy Stark created the vape juice brand out of a desire to create premium, max VG liquids, because he discovered he had a PG sensitivity. The company is based out of St. Louis, Missouri. After hearing about one of their flavors, Betty, I picked up a bottle to give it a try myself. This juice is said to vary in flavor depending on your gear and the power settings. A flavor changing vape? That’s versatility.
Packaging and Branding
As you may have gathered from the name, these e-liquids are designed around pinup models that were popular in the U.S. back in the heyday of pinups. Not that we don’t still have a thriving pinup culture in 2019, but nonetheless, the classics. The box and bottle correspond with the same design: a blue-tinted brunette pinup. The logo retains a retro look, with the flavor name above. There is even a fishnet stocking-like detailing on the side of the bottle that brings it all together.
How I Vaped Betty E-Liquid by Pinup Vapors
I was very intrigued by the description and the idea that this vape juice varies in flavor depending on your set up. It’s supposed to be a fruity blend. But what type? I started vaping Betty E-Liquid by Pinup Vapors with my VooPoo Drag 2 Kit, followed by the SMOK Mag Grip Kit, in order to test at a variety of power settings and use different coils.
All we know from the description of Betty E-Liquid by Pinup Vapors is that it’s a fruity blend. So I went in pretty blindly on this. Just smelling the juice, I thought I caught some strawberry and blueberry notes. Vaping it was a whole other story. At lower wattages, it was a smoother vape, and that’s when I tasted a strawberry inhale and a blueberry in the middle, followed by an almost vanilla finish. However, when I changed my settings and messed around with a different set up, I was getting hints of grapefruit-like citrus and mango. At one point, I even felt like there were some pineapple notes in there.
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