Take yourself on a whirlwind tour around Tokyo with Pop Berry by Ramune Pop. Based on the Ramune fizzy drink that’s popular throughout Japan, this Berry Pop vape is quirky, and at the same time has the potential to delight the most discerning tastes. Like all classic Japanese delicacies, Pop Berry by Ramune Pop doesn’t go overboard when creating flavors. In fact, the subtle berry tones that underpin the Berry Pop vape are so delicate they have a floral edge.
As the Ramune Pop team paid close attention to detail when creating this recipe, you’ll find it difficult to tell the difference between your vape and the drink itself. The Ramune Pop liquid will leave you feeling as though you’re sipping on a cool, fizzy drink. To complement its delicate nature, it benefits from a low throat impact. If you want to broaden your vaping horizons, Ramune Pop’s Pop Berry is worth your time.
My #1 favorite vape flavor! It really tastes a lot like the japanese soda, and you can even really get a sensation of the carbonation of the soda. I don't know how they do it!
Tastes like honey no soda or berry. That's probably because the bottle I got expired in 2016. Received in July 2018. 🤮
Great flavor and equally great cloud production. I highly reccomend this juice because it's easy on the throat and taste amazing.
Flavor profile is spot on, and a very pleasant vape. Tastes just like a Japanese soda.
It smells amazing then taste like a faint berry not as sweet as I was expecting at all but it’s okay
It didn’t have any real flavour and had a very earthy/ root bitter aftertaste, probably because it expired 05/04/16, a bit disappointed
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