Our House - Lemonade House Review

April 9, 2019

 

At Vape Jam 2017 Lemonade House received the ‘Best Drink’ award, for their flavour – Traditional. They beat off some pretty hot competition. With this in mind, I thought it was only fair to give their entire range a try. 

 

As you can probably guess all the flavours are based on that beautiful beverage - lemonade. If, like me, the drink conjures up memories of front porches and warm evenings then you’re in for a treat.
 

Traditional – lemonade 
There’s an old saying – ‘style never goes out of fashion’ - well, Traditional is just that.

 

The original sweet and sour combination has not disappointed me yet. This is a flavour that sits comfortably at low and high wattage. When vaped past 80W a beautiful sweetness becomes very obvious. For those of you into low wattage, not to worry, Traditional is still a perfectly balanced taste.

 

Summer – lemonade and peach
Lord have mercy, watch out for this cowboy classic! In my experience a sequel is never as good as the original. Well I’m about ready to prove myself wrong. Much like

 

Traditional this is a well-balanced lemonade, but here’s the game changer - the addition of peach. It gives a real element of body to the juice. I really like it a lot, and it was the bottle I finished fastest.

 

Sparkles – lemonade and raspberry
The raspberry hits you with an almost perfumed edge but refines into an earthy tone, similar to that of a brandy. If anything the lemonade acts as a lightener, the citrus shines through and leaves you feeling refreshed.

 

Elegant – lemonade, mango, grapefruit, strawberry and lime
Best described as a fruit cocktail, I was bamboozled by berries and side-tracked by citrus. All hyperbole aside this is a rock solid addition to the range. I’m nervous around flavours with more than three fruit elements as they often become indiscernible but Elegant tastes like a cocktail and left me feeling more refined than ever.

 

I couldn’t pick a favourite even if I wanted to! But, if I’m backed up against a wall, I suppose I would have to say Summer. It’s a flavour that can be enjoyed in the hot months and reminisced upon in the cold.

 

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