Have you ever eaten Nerds candy? As a child, although perhaps you have, and the brand has slipped your head because you realize how much it costs to fill a cavity. Think back to some little box featuring one abnormal color on the left and another on the right; two chemically altered-colors not found in any natural food.
These particles of artificial goodness were presumed to mimic fruits, but mainly they were sweet, and there was always one little nugget left behind in the box because it was stuck in the corner.
That’s Nerds, still about now, and nearly constantly featured in actual full-blown, specialized candy stores rather than just the little corner stores you used to find them in. They’re treated like some kind of vintage treat although Nerds were first released about 30 years ago, so they’re not historical like that pink popcorn with the elephant. That’s a little history.
Every sector has been hit by the business of selling memories, including e-liquid making, to the point at which you can experience the flavors of favorite cereals from childhood assuming you gave up them up. Grownups, conscious of the expense of their waistlines and dentistry, are happy to swap genuine candy for candy-flavored vapor emulating Almond Joy candy bars, Skittles, Jolly Ranchers, and Gummi Bears.
Let’s not forget Nerds either. An e-liquid vapeologist can figure out an easy method to make their product taste and smell exactly the same if a flavor can be concocted by a candy maker. It’s uncanny how a skilled individual can replicate the texture of sticky or powder candies that are hard; the exact degree of sweet or sour.
One version of Nerds e-liquid to come onto real vape shop shelves and online catalogs lately is Numskullz E Liquid, a Nerds-divine product in packaging and flavor. You can find the product sold as a pair of two bottles (60 ml total) for up to $35.
Like the candy, you will find two different flavors in the box – one side holds a strawberry-banana or Stranana sweet mix, and the other includes watermelon-apple, a.k.a. Wapple. The ratio is 30% PG, 70% VG, so it is meant for sub ohm, high-watt vaping.
It is possible to get the liquid that is e in 3, 0, or 6 mg powers. In reality, this can be the only company so far to take their promotion to the next level and really authenticate the sweet in both flavor and presentation.
That half and half fashion a part of the merchandise just as much as flavors are, if not more so. The flavors remained separate inside their box after all. If you’re disappointed by having to order two at a time, however, numerous other businesses make their own variant of Nerds- flavored e-liquids. Have a look at two more below.
Nurdz by Splash Labs
You could simply call this strawberry-grape candy-fashion e-liquid, and that would cover it, yet there is a particular something about Nerds grape or different from a strawberry or grape-style jelly bean or Jolly Rancher. This one comes in the same 3 nicotine levels plus 12 mg., costs $22 for 30 ml, and contains the same ratio of VG and PG as Numskullz E Liquid.
Okay, so you blended the sweets in your hand or did you? Were you one of those picky individuals who wouldn’t mix colors? If so, tough luck – here, they’re mixed together in a bottle of Nurdz. However, one is sure to be featured more prominently here compared to the other with every puff.
Nerd Dust by Salacious Elixirs
Bottle size stays the same throughout all these products at 30 ml, but Nerd Dust is more affordable than Nurdz, costing $17.00 which is what each bottle of Numskullz costs. A small increase in VG brings you into the same amount of nicotine you’d expect to see at 80/20. Again, the subject here is a strawberry/grape mixture with no chance to separate them, but it’s entertaining to notice that you can be breathing in strawberry, breathing out grape or vice versa.
Their e-liquid is typically packaged by gourmet e-liquid companies in glass bottles rather than in plastic. Why does this matter? Depending on the flavor, it can make a huge difference. This is especially true if the flavor is known to cause tanks crack or to cloud. Plastic doesn’t stand up to these kinds of e-liquid very well.
Plastic has a tendency to leave a little flavor behind, so you can’t help but taste it when you vape. Possibly, it’s partly a psychological artifact. Glass is inert for sure, and there’s no uncertainty that glass will be able to withstand the sharpness of a sometimes mild, sometimes daring sour counterbalance to Nerds’ sweet flavors.