Proserpina by Cloud Alchemist Review


Size  10ml 30ml 120ml

Nicotine Level   0mg  1.5mg  03mg   06mg  12mg

PG/VG Ratio   20pg/80vg  50pg/50vg

Cloud Alchemist’s Proserpina incorporates an exotic dragonfruit note that while prominent, doesn’t come off as boozy. It incorporates all the rich flavor of dragonfruit without the candy laced overtone. Instead, it has a sweeter, more mellow almost honeyed character, with notes of strawberry and banana. These flavors are gracefully complimented by dragonfruit, lending the whole vape a dessert like a feel, but in a more grown-up sense of the word.

It’s sweet, but not overpowering, allowing the remaining components ample opportunity to present. The sweetness is offset by subtle undertones which are a bit difficult to describe but contribute a great deal to the overall profile. There is a definite sense of a cream fruit note.

A jelly or jam-like strawberry flavor is used sparingly but is without question in this mix.  Rather than the sweet, juicy strawberry, this one is more mellow and comes across as more of cooked berry note. The strawberry in play here may also be emphasizing (or wholly responsible for) the banana overtone I’m getting from the Proserpina. Either way, it adds additional depth and intensity, unlike the sweetness that is found in the more common strawberry concentrates.

There is a mild creamy tone that ties the juice together, imparting a thick mouthfeel while softening the transition from one flavor to the next. There also seems to be a very light hint of a fruity floral note that could be almost anything, and while I want to say it’s something like jasmine or honeysuckle, I can’t be anywhere near certain on either account.

Complex flavors like this are a whole new genre of juice. They defy classification and are a tightly woven mosaic of flavors that are familiar and comforting, yet foreign and unidentifiable. Other than Cloud Alchemist’s Proserpina, I can’t think of another juice that goes so far off the beaten path yet shines so brightly.

The key to getting the most out of this premium ejuice is wattage and lots of it. While Proserpina is an excellent juice inside of the normal vaping wattage spectrum. I vaped at 10w in my ProVari 510 dripper rig, and was quite tasty. I spent the majority of my time with it using my Duke mod topped with a TOBH atomizer around 37-41 watts.

This kind of wattage may seem extreme to some, but there is something about this blend that makes it shine at the warmer temperatures. The highs become higher, and the lows become less with the soft earthy tones filling in the middle. Each flavor becomes more pronounced, gaining intensity, yet still blending seamlessly into the next.

If you’re a more traditional vaper, using an eGo or MVP type rig, this is most exquisite at 8-10 watts. Once you’ve tasted it on a high wattage rig, it’s a whole different ballgame. Regardless of your set-up, it should be noted that in addition to the unique flavors at play, Proserpina performs exceptionally well in the throat hit category for a max VG blend.

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