WHIFF Italian ejuice Brand – Vaping With Vapinski

WHIFF Vapinski SpinfuelI am extremely exciting to do something different this week!! This week I’ll be reviewing an Italian eLiquid with three different blends and formulas. Whiff © is a vendor out of Milan, Italy whose cutting edge technology has come out with a blend without nicotine or PG. I will go into each blend before I review a couple flavors of each type. The products are 100% Italian made. This has included some research I’ve enjoyed and I hope you enjoy learning and experiencing what I have about another idea out on the market!! We will begin with the most exciting blend, the one containing the KUDZU…

Kudzu is an ingredient used to replace the nicotine in an ejuice. Kudzu contains Isoflavones*, which are anti-craving compounds and inhibit the states of nicotine addiction. Kudzu is also beneficial in alkalizing the blood, relieving tiredness, relieving some states of migraines, reducing irritability and stress, treating fever, flu, gastritis, diarrhea, and high blood pressure, strengthening the nervous system, and a few other items. I will not be vaping these eliquids long enough unfortunately to see if they help with any of these, but I’m sure we will hear more about this in the future!

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The boxes the bottles come in are cute, but still not sure I get the Dalmatian reference with the spots blowing off. Cute, but not vape related. Lol. I noticed in the Healthy formula there is a PhEur Glycerin, Sorbitol, and water is listed third. Next comes aroma, Hyaluronate* sodium, and finally the kudzu. I can see this maybe for someone allergic to PG, but I prefer less ingredients and no water. PG, VG, flavoring, and nicotine are fine with me. Let’s try a couple out…

Menta Ice

Mento WHIFF Vapinski Spinfuel Menta Ice tastes like relaxing. I’m not sure if that makes sense to you, but it reminds me of an herbal mint tea. I get a taste of calm and refreshing when I am vaping it. The vapor is decent. The flavor is strongest on the inhale and tip of the exhale. It fades pretty quickly. I’m also reminded of the aftertaste of a wintergreen mint. It’s ok, and maybe the effects of vaping it for a period of time is worth all of the healthy benefits, but again I can’t say.

Fruit reminds me of a very delicately flavored aromatherapy type vape. I know that sounds funny. It isn’t bad, but it reminds me on the last few sucks you get off of a fruit flavored certs maybe. The after taste is a little strange. It is still a relaxing vape though without a throat hit.

The ORGANIC blends are made with nicotine, but still without PG. The same six ingredients are listed on the boxes only with nicotine replacing the Kudzu. I have to mention also that I switched to Kanger Subtanks for this review with 1.2-ohm coils because the samples are in 12mg.

Coffee and Aniseed

Coffee WHIFF Vapinski Spinfuel   The Coffee and Aniseed organic blend is unique flavor. On the inhale, a coffee flavor with just an undertone of anise. The vapor is decent, but I would expect a lot more from an eliquid consisting of mostly PhEur Glycerin and no PG. There is a medium throat hit, but the exhale is smooth.

The Raspberry organic blend honestly doesn’t have a ton of flavor, but the clouds are a little more voluptuous. I get a medium throat hit with this one as well. Most of the flavor seems to come on the exhale. It tastes like sucking on a raspberry candy slightly…but could definitely use a flavor boost in my opinion.

The third type is the Traditional Blend, which is with the PG and nicotine. Again, six ingredients including water. This is just something I’m not used to seeing in anything produced in the US.

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Grape

Grape WHIFF Vapinski Spinfuel     Grape in the traditional blend seems to have a medium throat hit as well. The flavor a little subtle for me on this one as well. I get a touch of grape as I am inhaling, but that is really all. On the exhale, it just seems to fade really fast. The vapor production is ok.

Licorice in the traditional blend has a very unique flavor. I’m getting a ton of flavor on the exhale, but while I get a nice licorice flavor-I’m also getting a perfume like taste in my mouth. It isn’t a horrible taste, it is just different…something really unique. The throat hit is mild and more about the anise flavor and a decent vapor production.

All in all, this was a different vaping experience I enjoyed writing about.  If you are interested in learning more about Whiff products, please visit their web site at: www.whiff.eu. Also, check out their Facebook page as well!!

My ratings are as follows:

Menta Ice: 3.25/5 stars

Fruit: 3/5 stars

Coffee & Aniseed: 3.25/5 stars

Raspberry: 2.5/5 stars

Grape: 2.75/5 stars

Licorice: 3/5 stars

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  1. * Isoflavonesare polyphenolic compounds that are capable of exerting estrogen-like effects. For this reason, they are classified as phytoestrogens—plant-derived compounds with estrogenic activity (1). Legumes, particularly soybeans, are the richest sources of isoflavonesin the human diet.
  2. *Sodium hyaluronate is the sodium salt of hyaluronic acid, a glycosaminoglycan found in various connective, epithelial, and neural tissues.