Transistor HoneyDon’t E-Juice Overview
To dew, or not to dew, that is the question. Luckily for us, the answer is simple with Transistor’s premiere Honeydon’t E-Juice. Honeydon’t vape juice is a miraculous Honeydew vape that provides a cool and refreshing Honeydew fruit flavor with mild cream undertones for those hot summer days. Upon first vape, the bold fruit flavor makes its presence known with an upfront fruity punch. The spotted cream undertones come in waves during the exhale, toning down the demanding fruit presence and creating a highly-enjoyable full-bodied vape.
Primary Flavors: Fruits, Cream
PG/VG Ratio: 30/70
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