VGOD is known for their mech mods. In addition, they also have a line of e-liquids. They are available in fruity flavors, menthol flavors, candy flavors, drink flavors, dessert flavors, creamy flavors, and the traditional tobacco flavors. Therefore, they have an amazing track record of offering amazing e-liquids such as Cubano and Baklava. As a result, we were excited to try out the Peach Green Tea aka PGT, one of their newer flavors.
Peach Green Tea by VGOD: The Bitter Truth About the Flavor
VGOD claims that their PGT flavor is akin to gulping down an entire pitcher of an ice-cold glass of peach green tea. Well, that sounds refreshing considering that summer is here. Also, the temperature is surging above 90 degrees during the day. However, is their claim true?
The flavor does give a hint of peach as well as a little bit of tea. Conversely, there is a different, more dominant flavor in it which we couldn’t identify. Just as the case with any other flavor, there are always two groups: one loves it, the other hates it. Same was the case when our team vaped Peach Green Tea (PGT) by VGOD.
Two of us think that the flavor actually tastes like refreshing green tea with a mild throat hit and barely any nicotine in it. On the flip, one of our colleagues didn’t like the flavor. I have to admit that it includes myself. We can only described it as the flavor of “burnt popcorns.” IMO, this isn’t a bad e-liquid but it isn’t the best either. In addition, I am not very likely to prefer it to thousands of others available on the market.
Few Options for Customization
My real gripe against VGOD’s Peach Green Tea (PGT) is that it’s only available in a 60-ml bottle and allows only three levels of nicotine strengths. They are 0 mg/ml, 3 mg/ml, and 6 mg/ml. That means they did not invite heavy ex-smokers who yearn for more nicotine to the party. Moreover, at least 15ml, if not even smaller, a sampler would have been nice. This way, you could see whether your taste buds agree with the flavor or not. And what if you did not like it. Then, you’ll be left with no option but to vape the whole bottle or pour it down the drain.
We have thought hard about VGOD’s high-quality ingredients and a very reasonable price of $18 per 60 ml bottle. As a result, we think giving Peach Green Tea (PGT) a shot would not be a bad idea. Just as I mentioned earlier, this isn’t a bad e-juice. However, it isn’t one of the best either. Therefore, depending on your personal likening, you may or may not like it. It all boils down to how your taste buds agree with this unique flavor.