Smokecignals: Churro Review


By now I’m sure we’ve all had an experience with a Churro. They’re light, sugary, have that deep fried touch to them and a strong kick of cinnamon. They make an excellent snack or dessert just about any time, and now I’m going to see how a Churro vapes. Here’s what they say about it:

Rich, sweet, cinnamon-y. Great for dripping!

First Impressions

This juice has an orange color to it and smells sweet and doughy with a hint of cinnamon in the bottle. I’ve got it at 24mg in a 65/35 blend.

I was pretty excited to try this one. I’ve never tried a Churro vape before and I’m always up for something new. I whipped up a really nice 0.6 ohm twisted kanthal microcoil and put this to work on an RDA running on a Duke cranked all the way up.

Now the thing with running a low ohm coil at super high wattage is it will heat up super fast. So fast that if you take anything more than a quick puff it is going to start tasting burned. So the key is to take very short puffs, and you will get a hot, flavorful and intense vape.

I found that this juice worked really well in this format. The flavor is nice and neutral with an added kick from the cinnamon. The throat hit was beastly in this setup and given the high nic level, and I thought the vapor production was excellent.

The Bottom Line

Taste. I was pretty happy with the flavor overall. It has a nice, tasty dough component that is very similar to other pastry-style vapes I’ve had before. The butter component wasn’t too strong making this much more of a neutral vape. It has a nice sweetness to it and a moderate level of cinnamon.

True to Description. First and foremost, I think this came off more like a danish flavor than a churro. A churro to me is light and crispy, and this vape seemed more rich and doughy. The sweetness level was on point. I would have liked to see more cinnamon. As it is, this is a fairly moderate cinnamon flavor, but still not overt. Cinnamon is the primary flavor in a churro and I felt that it should have been displayed a little more prominently here.

Throat Hit. In the setup I’m running, this juice hits like a champ. At 24mg, you really can’t go wrong with this one. In fact, it’s probably stronger than I even need at this point.

Quality of Vape. This is a great overall quality vape, plain and simple. You aren’t going to get any new and exciting flavor from it, but if you like dessert vapes, this is a good solid choice. The flavor is nice and thick, while neutral enough to keep you from getting worn down on it. Performance-wise, it’s near perfect.

Overall. To me, this one is like a better version of King Cake. The elements are all basically the same, however I think they come out a lot better in this vape. Had they called this Cinnamon Danish, I think it would have been more accurate than Churro, as it just doesn’t have that crispness to it that is unique to a Churro. That may be something that is difficult to capture in an ejuice anyway, but regardless that’s kind of what I am expecting when the topic of churros comes up. This is a really nice juice and you can’t go wrong with it.


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Smokecignals: Churro Review
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