Vape Chemist Lemon Pound Cake Review
A Spinfuel Choice Award Winner
I don’t think there has ever been a Spinfuel eLiquid Team Review where the four members of the team got upset about receiving 30mL bottles to review. For two out of the last four years that we’ve been reviewing eliquids as a team each member received one 30mL bottle per flavor. For the Vape Chemist Lemon Pound Cake review we received five 30mL bottles, one more than we require, yet still we were upset. The reason? Because all four of us enjoyed the Lemon Pound Cake ejuice so much that every drop was gone within 24 hours.
Vape Chemist Lemon Pound Cake is so extraordinary that every one of us added it to our daily rotation. In fact, we will be ordering this eliquid in the 120mL bottle ($59.99!) from here on out.
Vape Chemist Lemon Pound Cake tastes exactly like Entenmann’s Lemon Crunch Cake. How do we know this? Because it, and their Louisiana Crunch Cake by Entenmann are the only two “cakes” that you’ll ever find in our respective houses.
Beginning with the delicious aroma coming up from the bottle… after the box is torn open and the stiff plastic shrink-wrap is stripped from the bottle… all the way to the end of a long, deep lung hit… the same sweet lemon glaze and the moist yellow cake found in Entenmann’s Lemon Crunch Cake permeates every molecule of vapor. And oh man, the clouds of vapor are enormous, thick, and as aromatic as the liquid aroma wafting up the open bottle. Yea, it’s that good.
Vape Chemist is a U.S. (California) made e-Juice company. Their eliquids are available various sizes, including 30ml and 120ml glass bottles. Nicotine is offered in 3mg, 6mg and 12mg, and of course a zero-nic option. Note* Lemon Pound Cake is available in 3mg, 6mg, and zero-nic.
All the ingredients in their eliquids are the highest grade PG & VG, 99.9% Pure Nicotine, and they use US sourced flavorings which are mixed in one of the largest Certified ISO 7 Cleanrooms in the United States.
Price and Size
Vape Chemist offers LPC (Lemon Pound Cake) in 30mL glass bottle size and is priced at $19.99. In addition, LPC is offered in a 120mL glass bottle at $59.99 for a single, $56.99 for two bottles, and $50.99 for three bottles. As we said in our earlier review of Vape Chemist eliquids, after sampling a few of their flavors you’ll probably want to increase bottle size and save some money.
Vape Chemist Lemon Pound Cake, LPC, has a 70% VG, 30% PG formula, which is perfect for the maximum flavor and vapor combination. The 70% VG ratio makes LPC ideal for sub-ohm and RDA/RBA/RDTA tanks and low resistance coils.
Vape Gear Used in this Review
Jason: Sigelei J150 with the SMOK TFV8 (V8-T8 0.15Ω) at 125W and TVF8 Baby Beast with the Q2 Core (0.4Ω dual coils) at 58W.
Kiera: Council of Vapor Tempest 200W TC with the SMOK TFV8 (V8-T8 0.15Ω) at 130W and the Aspire EVO tank with the 0.5Ω Kanthal Clapton at 36W.
The Team Speaks
VAPE CHEMIST LEMON POUND CAKE – LPC
“LPC is the final installment to our Best Selling Dessert Pound Cake E-Liquid series. This confectionary delight consists of zesty, tangy lemons infused into our classic buttery pound cake. Lemon Pound Cake is sure to be a fine addition to your daily ejuice rotation.”
Tom: 5 Stars – Without a doubt the best lemon flavored eliquid I’ve ever vaped. Not only is it the best I’ve had, it is also a perfect all-day-vape. I received a 30mL bottle of LPC and despite the VG ratio of 70% I continued to fill and refill my tanks until every drop was vaped long before it was supposed to. The best, most authentic flavor came from the Starre PURE, and the best vapor production also came from the Starre PURE.
The authenticity comes from tasting exactly like Entenmann’s Lemon Crunch Cake, an achievement Vape Chemist should be proud of. Now, I can’t recall ever having a slice of lemon pound cake, so whether it does or doesn’t, it matters not. Vaping LPC you will taste a sweet, non-tart lemon flavor with a spot on flavor of cake. LPC is in my daily rotation until the honeymoon period ends, and I hope the honeymoon lasts a good long time.
Julia 5 Stars: I stated my impressions above, in the beginning of the review. But, for the sake of continuity I’ll recap it here.
If you’ve had Entenmann’s Lemon Crunch Cake before then you know what LPC tastes like. If you haven’t, you might want to try it, it’s sold at every grocery store I’ve been in, so your chances of getting one to try is easy enough. Once you do you’ll know what to expect with LPC.
While vaping this lemon pound cake ejuice I can see, and taste, the lemon glaze that Entenmann’s uses to cover the moist and sweet yellow cake. Because lemon is the predominant flavor you shouldn’t wind up with an eliquid that is too sweet for your vaping pleasure. Instead, the sweetness of the recipe builds the body of the vapor with a fine mix of lemon and cake. Both the TFV8 and the Starre PURE produced huge clouds of vapor and with both tanks it looked to an observer that I was vaping a fancy build coil in an RTA.
Kiera: 5 Stars – We all agreed that Vape Chemist Lemon Pound Cake possessed the very essence of Entenmann’s Lemon Crunch Cake. If a slice of lemon crunch cake sounds delicious then there is no possible way you won’t love this eliquid. Once I started in on the 30mL bottle I did not stop until every bit it disappeared from the bottle and my tanks went dry.
LPC is the first lemon eliquid to deliver an all-day-vape experience for me. This fresh, sweet lemon flavor is balanced by a delicious cake flavor in the form of humongous clouds of flavor-filled vapor from both my TFV8 and my Aspire EVO. Naturally the TFV8 produced more vapor than the EVO, but the flavor from both were equally delicious. I’ve added LPC to my daily rotation, and until I am proven wrong, I can tell you that Vape Chemist Lemon Pound Cake is the best lemon/cake eliquid on the market.
Jason: 5 Stars – If you would have told me that there exists a lemon and cake eliquid that I would love so much that I would add it to my rotation I would have thought you crazy. There are no more than a couple of lemon eliquids that I like, let alone add to my rotation, but I’ll be damned if this Vape Chemist Lemon Pound Cake found didn’t find its way into my DAILY rotation.
There is this real synergy between the two flavor components, each serving the other in order to bring out the best characteristics of each flavor. Had the recipe not delivered just the right amount of yellow cake to the sweet lemon flavor it would not have worked. Vape Chemist created its “Sgt. Pepper” with LPC, and it is one eliquid you have to try if you’ve ever enjoyed a lemon vape before.
As for the gigantic clouds of vapor, this 70% VG liquid was turned into huge clouds using my TFV8 with the V8-T8 coil head. Throwing 125W of power from my Sigelei J150 the coil head, with the right amount of airflow, converted every atom into thick vapor.
There was no way we weren’t going to award this amazing eliquid with the Spinfuel Choice Award. I can’t remember a time, or a review, where we used the words “perfect ejuice”, but if those words are to be used in a review, this is that time. Vape Chemist Lemon Pound Cake is that rare eliquid that is created precisely as it should. While we understand Vape Chemist couldn’t name LPC “Entenmann’s Lemon Crunch Cake”, believe me, the flavor is exactly that.
I suppose the sub-ohm tanks used in this review can be said to be high performance tanks, and I’m sure that can make a difference in both flavor and vapor production. Most of the coils used by the team were made with ceramic and/or Kanthal heating elements, and one used Stainless Steel. It’s no surprise that Ceramic and Kanthal produce the best flavors, but in this case the Stainless Steel wound up doing an excellent job as well. (I still prefer Ceramic and Kanthal though).
If the taste of Entenmann’s Lemon Crunch Cake pleases you then you simply have to try LPC from Vape Chemist. The same goes for Vapers that enjoy lemon flavors, LPC is going to delight your taste buds, and with the right tank and the right amount of wattage, the amount of clouds will blow you away.
Julia and Kiera Hartley-Barnes, Tom McBride and Jason Little… the Spinfuel eLiquid Review Team