Why wait for summer to give yourself a refreshing treat? Forge Vapor’s Melon Quench vape liquid is here to bring you summer taste goodness all-year round… anytime, anywhere, and within reach of your pocket. Nothing is cooler than bracing the winter season with Melon Quench’s tropical fruit taste. Read my full review below.
“For many vapers, watermelon isn’t an optional flavor. Melon Quench packs a punch true to its name, with a watermelon flavor that’s tried and true. If you’re a fan of juicy vape flavors, Melon Quench will slake your thirst after a long search for the perfect all day vape.”
I have to agree when Vape Moar says this ejuice vapor was “born to make a steam.” It can manage to stay light and cool no matter what temp you heat this evape up. This impressively tastes like an actual watermelon with a mild, subtle, and very sweet taste. This is also a very consistent juice as the watermelon flavor is present both on the inhale and exhale. After you take the initial hit, the flavor tends to linger pleasantly for a few seconds on the tongue.
I love the sweetness of this juice. It tastes natural and is not overly or overwhelming. It does not make you throat itchy either. Once you open the bottle, you will right away smell the sweet melon flavor. If you may have noticed, some vape juices smell so overpowering to the nostrils, but Melon Scent gives a rather mellowed down smell.
Even though this ejuice is a clear watery colored liquid, its vapor runs nice and smooth on the throat. It does not give you any nicotine buzz, nose tingling sensations, or even fits of coughing and spluttering. As for the clouds, this vape juice can produce light and puffy ones. It is impressive to note that this fog machine can quickly fill any types of room with a sweet and light watermelon haze. Melon Quench is a blend of 80% vegetable glycerin and 20% propylene glycol.
Recommended temperature for this ejuice is between 400 and 575 Fahrenheit with wattage from 20 watts to 35 watts (0.5 ohm). One more thing, Melon Quench is coil-friendly. It does not stain your coil or atomizers. I had a wonderful vaping experience using a SMOK TFV4 tank.
Forge Vapor’s Small Prices collection comes in clear plastic bottles with a child-resistant caps. The bottle is covered with a silver colored label that bears relevant product information. It displays the brand name, flavor name, nicotine level, and size. Forge Vapor maintains an unassuming product presentation to offer its consumers a lower and more affordable price. Personally, I find that strategy more practical, although I have to admit that fancy presentations can also be attractive.
This vape juice is available in three nicotine options. It comes in 0 mg, 3 mg, and 6 mg of nicotine. The most common question by vaping newbies is “What nicotine strength should I start vaping with?” I hate to break it to you but there is really no clear-cut answer to that as it is more of a personal preference.
There are several points you need to consider too when picking the perfect level including taste, throat hit, and level of usage. These things can affect your nicotine cravings. For instance, the higher nicotine level you choose, the lesser flavor you can taste. Pick low- to medium nicotine strengths if you find the higher ones too harsh. Higher nicotine level also has a more powerful throat hit. So I believe beginners should go for low nicotine juice first and gradually increase one level at a time if you deem the current one unsatisfactory.
Melon Quench is available in two different sizes: the sampler size (18 mL) and big bottle (132 mL). If you want to give the ejuice a try first, the sampler size that costs only $4 will suffice. But hey! It’s better to share, and I think the 132 mL is more than enough to let your friends ‘borrow’ some.
If you want to get to know Forge Vapor more, get its FORGE Super Sampler. Enjoy five of its best-selling ejuices for the price of four. You got that right. Spend only $20 for a set of Georgia Striker, Melon Quench, Blueberry Boss, Smith’s Apple, and Crucible Cream. Happy vaping!