Mrs B's Eliquid Review

Mrs B's Eliquid Review


As regular followers of our blog will know, we like to keep our customers updated on all of the new e liquid brands and flavours that hit the market. There is an ever increasing array of e liquids available, and today we are looking at Mrs B's Eliquid.

Mrs B's Eliquid is a British brand of e liquid and all of their liquids are manufactured in the UK. They specialise in fruity, dessert style flavours and at the time of writing only have five flavours available. It seems to be a trend with new e liquid companies to keep their flavour range to a minimum until they establish themselves in the marketplace. This can be considered a good thing because they can perfect each flavour fully before moving on to mixing new flavours. The angle with Mrs B's brand is our favourite aunt Mrs B cooking homemade recipes lovingly at home in her kitchen.

Flavours by Mrs B's Eliquid

Mrs B's Rhubarb & Custard: A traditional English dessert that will remind all English people of summers in England when the rhubarb harvest come in. Some people love rhubarb. some hate it, but everyone in England will remember it.

Mrs B's Strawberry Jam: Strawberry Jam is for those vapers with a sweet tooth. It is an enticingly sweet vape that tastes like sweet strawberries cooked for hours and lovingly preserved in Mrs B's kitchen.

Mrs B's Vanilla Custard: This Custard flavour is an absolute dream for those with a sweet tooth. It is rich in flavour and provides a very smooth vape. You can mix this with any of your favourite fruit flavoured e liquids to provide a tasty rich dessert.

Mrs B's Creme Brulee: This Creme Brulee juice by Mrs B's E-Liquids is a tantalising mixture of vanilla with a smooth undertone of custard. The delicious blend is finished off with a layer of caramel that brings the wonderful taste of Creme Brulee to your favourite e-cigarette or personal vaporiser.

Mrs B's Dandelion & Burdock: You either love or you hate Dandelion & Burdock and this extraordinary e-liquid features a combination of vanilla, aniseed and wintergreen aromatic berries and plants. Dandelion and Burdock e-liquid by Mrs B is one of the most unique flavour blends in the Mrs B brand, and its flowery sweet and yet crisp and creamy taste is one that will not easily be forgotten.

The Taste Test

If you like vanilla you will love the Vanilla Custard. It's a 70/30 mix, meaning it's quite a thin liquid. It has a strong vanilla flavour to it, with a hint of cheescake and is a nice all round vape. It's not so strong on the custard which comes as more of an after taste, but fans of vanilla will love this flavour.

The Rhubarb & Custard has a real strong, tangy taste of rhubarb and fans of rhubarb will absolutely love it. The rhubarb is very strong in this compared to the custard. The custard is there, but the rhubarb is so powerful it dominates the vape. If you like rhubarb this has to be the best liquid on the market for taste.

The Strawberry Jam flavour by Mrs B has to be our favourite. It tastes exactly like jam and vapers with a sweet tooth will love this vape. We don't know how these mixologists achieve the flavours they do, but with strawberry jam Mrs B has really hit the nail on the head and it tastes exactly like it says on the tin.

Dandelion & Burdock is probably our least favourite of Mrs B's e liquid, but if you like Dandelion and Burdock you will like it. It has a slight aniseed taste and the unique flavour of Dandelion & Burdock, but if that's a flavour you like, then we are sure you will like this vape.

Summary

All in all, if you have a sweet tooth and you like e liquids that are sweet and taste like a homemade dessert then Mrs B's is an e liquid to try. Each flavour is distinctive and as they are a British brand we hope they will be here to stay. SEE THE FULL RANGE HERE.

As always we welcome your feedback. So if you have tried any of Mrs B's flavours, feel free to let us know your comments or feedback in the box below. We have all flavours available on our website and in our Smokshop shop in Norwich.


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