The exciting news at Five Pawns is that they have developed a new line of juice: the Mixology Edition. Each of these liquids is based on flavors of mixed alcoholic drinks, so they should taste familiar but unique at the same time. This Five Pawns review will look at those, as well as flavors you already love.
Artisan e-Liquid from California
Five Pawns not only makes their juice in California but also sources ingredients from the state. Their Signature vapor juice is made in small batches of about 160 bottles at a time, and although it sells out quickly, can be found on several sites apart from their homepage. 30ml bottles sell for $27.50, contain a 50/50 ratio of propylene glycol and vegetable glycerin, and come in 0, 6, 12, 18, and 24mg of nicotine.
Grandmaster is their peanut butter, banana, and caramel variety. Absolute Pin features Irish Cream, cinnamon, and Absinthe. Queenside floods your taste buds with Blood Orange and French Vanilla. Apple and pie crust, caramel, vanilla ice cream, and unsweetened whipped cream create the dessert creation known as Gambit. Bowden’s Mate blends mint, chocolate, and French Vanilla.
Five Pawns will soon release their Mixology Edition juices, 5 of them. Lucena combines spiced rum, white peach, fruit cobbler, hazelnut, and savory reduction sauce. It’s a complicated blend you will have to try several times to come to grips with.
With Perpetual Check, you find yourself tasting dark fruits. Black currant liqueur is blended with sweet fig, barley, cinnamon, and lemon. This one is sweet and tart.
Grapefruit liqueur and cognac provide a powerful base for Sixty-Four. A combination of sweet and savory flavors reveals cucumber and dill, but also lemon zest and mint.
With Fifth Rank you discover herbaceous, rich sweetness. Can you detect horehound, roasted almond, and lime amid sweet cream and vanilla bean?
Castle Long will leave you reminiscing about the last really good Kentucky Bourbon you sipped. The drink is joined by toasted coconut, roasted almond, vanilla, and caramelized brown sugar.