November is full of food-themed holidays. The month itself is associated with a couple of celebrations centered on food, goodwill and gratitude. The most prominent of them is Thanksgiving, which is two weeks from now. Today (November 11), we’re commemorating the yumminess of ice cream sundaes.
According to this blog on the National Geographic website, the International Ice Cream Association “puts vanilla at the top of the charts as first choice of 29 percent of ice-cream eaters, feebly followed by chocolate (8.9 percent), butter pecan (5.3 percent), and strawberry (5.3 percent).” If you’re feeling like chillin’ today with an all-day-vape liquid, then check out the following vanilla-flavored e-juices.
This e-juice has a chilling orange creamsicle flavor that’s perfect for today’s celebration of National Sundae Day. The exciting mix of orange and vanilla is layered with a cool sensation that “you will either love or you will hate.” Be forewarned that this flavor may contain traces of nuts.
The classic, smooth taste of vanilla is embodied in Vapor Jedi’s Vanilla Bean. This e-juice has a sweet vanilla ice cream flavor that’s best enjoyed this day in November.
This e-juice tastes like creamy vanilla custard. It’s very smooth tasting like vanilla pudding or custard. It will surely have you drowning in a pool of your own drool! Be warned, however, that this e-juice flavor may contain traces of nuts.
This e-juice flavor brings back memories of eating lemon pound cake with a scoop of vanilla ice cream. The version created by Glas is marked by its creamy and balanced flavor with notes of fresh citrus and vanilla on the inhale that is followed by hints of warm cake and lemon zest on the exhale. It’s available in 30 ml bottles with a weak strength of 3 mg of nicotine per milliliter of e-liquid.
Take note that every e-juice flavor from Vapor Jedi’s in-house collection comes with a 70/30 mix of vegetable glycerin and propylene glycol. Only pharmceutical-grade ingredients were used in each bottle.
Hey, before you go…
Did you know that the biggest ice cream sundae in history was made in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, in 1988, and weighed in at over 24 tons? That would be around 6,614 gallons of ice cream. If it takes 12 pounds of milk to make just one gallon of ice cream, you can just imagine the amount needed to make the sweet and creamy frozen dessert that many people love to eat.