Top 5 Sweet Tooth Flavors

Top 5 Sweet Tooth Flavors


Here are the top 5 sweet-tooth flavors:

  • We’ll begin with number 5, which is Neapolitan by Cream Team eJuice. Why choose between vanilla, chocolate or strawberry when you can indulge in all three? That is the power of the Neapolitan flavor. And it’s one we can certainly get behind.
  • Heading over to number four, we have Game Over by Flawless Juice. This flavor will blow your mind in the way they use fruit loops with ice cream, rather than milk, to add a heavier, creamier feel to a fruity, creamy favorite that makes this a fan favorite.
  • Coming in at third, we have Pennywise by Clown Liquids. Don’t be fooled, you won’t have to crawl into a sewer or lose an arm for this flavor. Strawberry, watermelon, and bubblegum are melded together perfectly in this tasty combination. And to answer your question, yes, the bottles all float down here.
  • Looking at number two, we have Southern Brew by 100 Proof Vape Co. This combination of sweet, creamy vanilla and toasty, roasted almonds is wonderful for the Fall season, where muskier flavors and spices seem to rule. This is a perfect ADV and a great flavor to bring to relaxing events.
  • And finally, rounding off at number one, our top sweet-tooth flavor for this week is Duchess by King’s Crest Premium E-Liquid. If you’re a fan of tres leches cake, this is the flavor for you. A layered cake, drizzled with cream and utilizing multiple flavors to create the ultimate dessert? Need we say more? This is the ultimate sweet tooth flavor and the ultimate dessert flavor, in our opinion.

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