February 6, 2018 by charissa with 0 comments

Beard Vape Co. No. 51 E-juice Review


Finding premium quality e-juice blends can be challenging for new and experienced vapers alike. But, there are some e-liquid makers who have consistently proven their worth in the community. And that list of brand names you can trust includes Beard Vape Co. This Orange County, California-based e-liquid maker is famous to many vapers across the world for its delicious e-juice blends. Today, I am going to review one of the darlings of the lineup, No. 51 by Beard Vape Co.

“More custard, anyone? Yeah, us too. Enter No. 51, Beard Vape Co.’s custard with a dash of custard. Beard Vape Co. fit as much custard flavor into No. 51 as possible, then topped it off with more. As smooth as it gets, No. 51 flaunts layers of vanilla, cream, and subtle sweetness. A versatile flavor that tastes incredible dripper or in a tank, No. 51 is a rich, aromatic e-liquid for custard lovers everywhere. The perfect vape for those who have a sensitive sweet tooth, every bottle of No. 51 is an impeccable custard flavor like only Beard Vape Co. can produce.”

If you are one of those vapers that is a fan of custard flavored e-juices, then you should give No. 51 by Beard Vape Co. a try. This premium e-juice really has an organic taste that you will surely enjoy. And in all fairness, this has got to be one of the best custard-flavored vape juice on the market today. The aroma has a mouthwatering effect too.

As soon as you take a puff of No. 51, the taste of the delicious, creamy, sweet and rich custard flavor fills the mouth. The flavor does not taste like artificial at all. What’s more, this is not like any other dessert e-liquid flavors that leave a nasty aftertaste in your mouth. It actually leaves a pleasant one that will only make you crave for more.

No. 51 by Beard Vape Co can be bought from just about any vape shop. It comes in two sizes. The 30-mL bottle runs for $22.95 and 60-mL bottle for $33.95 at https://smokly.com/. If you would ask me, this e-juice quickly flies off the shelves so it is better to get the bigger one. Aside from the fact that it’s cheaper, you won’t have even the slightest regret listening to me.

Beard Vape Co. No. 51 contains both vegetable glycerin and propylene glycol at a ratio of 80/20 percent. It is advisable to vape this e-juice using either a sub ohm tank or with a rebuildable dripping atomizer like the Smok TFV12 Prince tank in order to get the best results. No. 51 produces thick clouds of vapor, thanks to its max vegetable glycerin content. What’s more, the clouds you get are full of flavor and as such has a very pleasant aroma.

This vape liquid comes with different nicotine strength levels. You can buy in 0 mg, 3 mg, 6 mg, and 12 mg of nicotine. Compared with other dessert-based vape juices on the market, No. 51 does not have any harsh effects on the throat. It has a mild throat hit, in fact, something even cloud chasers will love. However, the kind of throat hit you can get from vaping this premium e-liquid also highly depends on the nicotine concentration level.

Beard Vape Co. started in March 2014 in the back of Nana’s Vape Shop in Venice, California. It was founded by two brothers, Brady Bates and Casey Bates, and a close friend Colbey Pfund. The company actually crafted nearly 100 flavors and assigned a number to each. All of them were sent out for testing. After all the feedback received from the customers, the team narrowed down the flavors into a magic three, which are No. 5, No. 32, and No. 88. And since people have grown accustomed to the initial numbers, they decided to stick with it as names. Over a course of a year, Beard added again three more flavors – No. 51, No. 64, and No. 71 – to this e-liquid lineup.

Other than the number names, I bet you are also all curious as to where it got its name and logo. Actually, this was named after the father of the Bates brothers who was widely known by his nickname ‘Beard.’ Admit it, the name is pretty simple but it has actually captured so much attention. That’s what I call a good branding strategy.

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