High quality house brand
I've been vaping since 2013, and vanilla custards have always been my primary choice for flavor. With that said, I've tried countless brands and variations, and even spent over four years making my own juice since I couldn't justify the high prices most vendors were charging. Even on the low-end, vape juice prices command 1000 percent and higher margins. Knowing this, the only thing that will get me to regularly buy a third-party juice is consistency and a damn good flavor.
That's why I quit making my own juice a little over a year ago after I received a discount code and recommendation from an online buddy about Royal Liquids. Sometime in 2017, I gave Anderson's and the RL house brand custards a shot and I was impressed. Found myself making less juice, because RL was too good. I'd run out, which normally isn't an issue as I'll either brew up something on my own, or pull out something else. It got to the point that every time I ran out and didn't re-order, that I'd rather not vape because I wasn't getting the flavor satisfaction I had become accustomed to with Anderson's (and RL, although to a lesser extent).
For the last year, I've exclusively stuck with my RL orders...usually it's 2x Anderson's 120s, one being 3% and the other 6% so I can make my custom nic mixes based on how I'm feeling. Sometimes, if I need to save a few bucks I'll go with the RL120s, or mix and match. For a 120ml and the quality of flavor, it just isn't worth the hassle anymore to store my own raw supplies and mix up custom brews. It was cool at first, but eventually, you just wanna hit the vape and not live dat vape lyfe, y'know?
5 stars for Anderson's, 4 stars for RL's house brand (if I have to compare the two, but for $5 cheaper, I'm giving this a five, too), and 10 stars to RL as a vendor for ALWAYS being on-point, fast to ship, and unafraid to deliver a lot of value to its customers. I've had a year and a half of experience with them now and it's become my (vanilla custard) juice go-to. Seriously, forget the overpriced, fancy-marketed BS out there. Your paying 25,000% markups for the equivalent of designer vodka anywhere else. Don't be a dummy. ;)
Reviewed by: (Verified Buyer) Leroy the Custard Boi from TN.