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Best Of the Morning Vapes: Creme De La Creme by Phillip Rocke

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As a coffee snob I bypass more than a few businesses every morning in favor of a place that brews the best coffee. When it comes to morning vapes the options are tricky to settle on, and much like my morning coffee experience I will often look beyond a brand that doesn't fit my needs in the morning.

Dessert vapes can be all day thing but sometimes too much sweetness in the morning can be a bit of overkill. Gravitating towards familiar flavors in the morning is not unusual so cereal vapes and donuts are a common place for vapers. Coffee typically isn't until now.

Creme De La Creme fell on my lap for a review and while I have tried coffee flavors in the past that promise an Arabica experience very few actually deliver, even with the name Phillip Rocke attached I questioned the choice because frankly the pairing of coffee and hazelnut hasn't ever been my thing. I think partly the main reason why I haven't really enjoyed coffee flavored vapes.

Surprisingly enough the hazelnut in Creme De La Creme while not my thing is still pretty good, it lends a silky milky and natural sweetness to what can only be described as a very dark coffee. True to its claim of an Arabica experience which penetrates the sweetness of the hazelnut and really comes off as if you are inhaling the scent of freshly ground and brew coffee beans. This one was a big surprise coming from Phillip Rocke, because at first glance it may come off as a misfire on the brands part but it is all but that. Now we coffee snobs can only hope we see a milk based on sans the hazelnut as a follow up.