Published on October 6th, 2017 | by TJ0
The Sauce LA Review – Premium Quality E Juice at Discount Prices
If you’re looking for a good balance between a discount and brand and premium retailer, you might want to check out The Sauce LA vape shop. In this review we’ll break down what you can expect The Sauce LA overall, as well as some reviews on a couple of their most popular flavors.
They offer a delcious line of juices complete with quailty packaging at a much lower price than many other top shelf brands. Sizes are available in 30ml, 60ml, and 120ml bottles, and nicotine options are 0mg, 3mg and 6mg.
This is an extremely popular flavor, and for good reason! This Fruit Loops flavored treat has a crispy tart taste on the inhale and a blast of creamy, milky goodness on the exhale.
All of the flavors are evenly balanced which is great. Many times fruity flavors will have too much citrus or lemon which overpower the other flavors. Not a problem with the Capone!
That said, my favorite part is when the creamy milk flavor rolls over your tongue on the exhale. To say they managed to blend the fruitiness and creaminess is an understatement. If I’m honest, it’s probably the best breakfast cereal experience I’ve ever had.
In terms of hardware, I really enjoyed this flavor the most on lower wattages. The flavor tasted a little degraded when I intially tried it. After a little experimenting, I found the flavor sweet spot is somewhere between 20 and 30 watts.
Ace (The Sauce)
Ace is described as a sherbet with strawberries and bavarian cream flavor. On first impression I was getting a more lemon-lime sherbet, with hints of pineapple. As a whole it hits those marks while having an overall smooth experience, with a strong sherbert taste on the inhale.
While you can taste the undertones of the strawberries and raspberries, the overall tartness of the berries is a bit overwhelmed by the lemon-lime & pineapple flavor.
On the exhale you definitely pick up that thick, sweet bavarian cream taste. The flavor itself is great, laying across your tongue like an incredibly deep, creamy pillow.
Similar to the sherbert berries though it’s a bit overpowered by the fruity lemon-lime, as it lingers a bit too long over the bavarian cream. That said, I personally enjoy citrus flavor and feel this is a great option for a dessert flavored juice. The bottle I have definitely won’t last long!
The Pier falls into the coffee category, with The Sauce LA describing it as a Caramel Waffle Cappuccino. I’m generally not a big fan of coffee flavored juices (I don’t drink much coffee either) so I must admit I was skeptical. Many times these flavors can taste candy toffees, coming off overly sweet. Fortunately, The Pier wasn’t like that at all.
When taking a deep hit I’m can taste a think black coffee flavoring with a strong mix of caramel. These two flavors mingle very well on the taste buds. Like I said I’m normally not a coffee anything person, but this I like.
On the exhale you find playful hints of cream and mild notes of a crispy waffle in the background. The transition from the bold flavor of the inhale is unexpectedly smooth. Overall, I would classify The Pier as a top notch coffee flavor.
After all the dust settles, The Sauce LA comes in with a premium juice at an affordable rate. There are always a few BOGO (Buy One Get One) deals which makes the prices for their e juice that much better.
Not only that, they also run frequent discounts including 120ml bottles for $5.99 and 60ml bottles for $4.99. If you’re looking to try out a new juice vendor on your next order, I’d wholeheartedly recommend The Sauce LA.