Lucky Bastard Cafe Racer E Liquid
Cafe Racer E Liquid has a nicely-designed bottle that makes it look a little more upscale than normal juice lines. It almost looks like an expensive bottle cologne at first. The scent in Lucky Bastard is also interesting, you'll pick up a kind of caramel note that seems to dominate at first whiff. After vaping it in my Kanger DripBox, I was intrigued by the taste. I'm not usually a tobacco flavor kind of guy because of how harsh they usually are, but
Lucky Bastard was very smooth and not harsh at all.
On the inhale, expect a smooth, light tobacco flavor followed by a buttery caramel on the exhale – a textbook example of the RY4 flavor profile that's been popular since the dawn of vaping, though few mixers these days have been around long enough to appreciate such a classic.
Lucky Bastard produces plenty of vapor, at least on the Kanger DripBox squonker I'm using it on. This would go nicely when you're enjoying a morning coffee, maybe even when you're having a cold beer to wind down after a long day. Lucky Bastard is an ideal flavor to pick up if you are still trying to quit smoking cigarettes, because it reminds you of a light cigarette with the tobacco flavor but changes things up just a bit with the buttery caramel. I don’t think the caramel butter on this flavor is dominant, it's more like a drizzle. I recommend Lucky Bastard as the top tobacco flavor I have tried yet. I really haven't liked any other tobacco flavor like I do this one, though I certainly haven't tried many others. It has a 30/70 PG/VG ratio, making it ideal for drippers and tanks alike. Cafe Racer really nailed this tobacco flavor, A+ work.