UPDATED: Mister E-Liquid – A Spinfuel eLiquid Review

UPDATED: Mister E-Liquid – A Spinfuel eLiquid Review
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Mister E-Liquid

…is a freestanding vape shop in Grand Rapids Michigan where, in addition to eLiquids, mods and accessories are sold. The eLiquids are made to order but it is not clear whether the bottles are mixed at the vape shop or elsewhere. They are shipped to you within 24-48 hours of placing your order, and Mister E-Liquid will ship internationally.

Mister E-Liquid Review by Spinfuel

Home Steeping: We advise at least a week to 10 days of home steeping before realizing the full flavor of their e-liquid blends.

Specs: Mister E-Liquid offers 6ml, 18ml, and 36ml sizes, ranging from 0mg nicotine all the way up to 32mg nicotine. Our samples were 18ML bottles at 12MG nicotine. They also offer a range of PG/VG ratios from 100% PG, 20% VG, 33% VG 40% VG and 50% VG. Our samples were all 33% VG.

There is no option for ‘extra shots’ of flavoring, but that’s neither here nor there. Upon request however, they will add extra shots.

Flavors In This Review: We were sent 16 flavors representing a wide array of the flavor palette offered by Mister E-Liquid. The flavors in this review include:

 

Grey Matter – Dime Piece – Blue Dragon – Dew Des MTV – Menthol Med

Strawberry Angel – Green Pear Ice – Cherry Lemonade – Casino 21 – Jamocha Haze – Berry A Peeling – Banana Nut Bread – Pure Michigan – Mister E-Ice – Black Smith – Pink Dragon.

 

Packaging – Packaging of the eLiquid is simple plastic bottles with a basic branded label. The flavors are written in magic marker on the label, along with the amount VG on one side the nicotine level on the other. While nice packaging is definitely a much-desired feature in our personal eLiquid purchases, it’s not what counts when it comes to reviewing the flavor of an eLiquid. Having said that, the Mister E-Liquid “presentation” is amateurish, and certainly not in line with some of the premium brands we’ve reviewed in the past.

 

Environmental Conditions - Something we did find disturbing about Mister E-Liquid is their refusal to share any photographs of their mixing facility.

 

While it is understanding that a company would not want to reveal any trade secrets in a photo or otherwise, releasing a photograph that reveals the mixing, bottling, and shipping areas is not something that would likely harm the company in the eyes of its customers or potential customers… unless those areas did not live up to what we would like to think they were; clean, contamination free, and safe.

 

Since we cannot make a determination on the safety and or contamination all we can say is that we are glad we sampled the eLiquids before finding out that photographs would not be released to us; otherwise we would have refused to vape them. The days of vaping eLiquids made by hand, in the kitchen or dining room table, or anywhere that is not a dedicated area free of contamination or the potential of contamination, are over for Spinfuel’s eLiquid Review Team.

 

Odd’s and End’s – The lack of presentation in the packaging and the design of the website leads one to think that Mister E-Liquid is not really a premium eLiquid vendor. This is reinforced by the number of spelling errors on the website, which were numerous. (most were corrected in this review) This type of ‘sloppiness’ is unacceptable on sites that try to present themselves as premium vendors. While Mister E-Liquid has plenty of loyal customers who absolutely love their flavors, their pricing is a little too high for the quality of eLiquid you get when you order from them. They are American Made eLiquids, but we could not find any information on the website that tells us their ingredients are 100% American “Sourced”.

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About The Author

Team Spinfuel is a group of passionate vapers that bring you honest, in-depth reviews and commentary on products, services, and the legal and political ramifications on vaping and ecigarettes. Julia Hartely-Barnes, Tom McBride, Jason Little, Tony Brittan, Nick Bessette and Keira Hartley-Barnes make up the editorial team (video and written) , along with John Manzione, our Publisher, and talented contributors like Mark Benson. Email any of the writers at admin AT spinfuel.com, or just ask for their email address.

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6 Comments

  1. Matthew Coppins

    Mister-E-Liquid has some of the very best flavors I’ve vaped! It has only been just over a year since I started vaping so I’m no expert. That being said, every order I’ve received from Mister-E-Liquid has been consistent and of top notch quality. Delivery is always prompt and I have never had a problem. Top 3 from Mister-E-Liquid (IMO) – SO FRENCH VANILLA, BLUE DRAGON, & BLUE VOODOO!

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  2. Pete Carlson

    Nice update to the review, yes, it looks like a fine mixing facility, however, you were hard on yourselves over the corrections. Reviews are deeply crucial to the vaping industry, as it is still very small/select. Once they agreed to an interview, they should have paid better attention to the process. If they did not like the result, they only have themselves to blame. I would NOT want Spinfuel to become gun-shy when reviewing products or vendors. I rely heavily on your reviews because this is one of a very short list of places that I have a rock-solid confidence that you are reviewing for ME…not shilling for the companies. I guarntee this: Any vendor who failed to respond to an email question I had within a couple of days, would never get any of my hard-earned money. Being “small” does not excuse being lackadasical. Leads me to question how my order would be handled.

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    1. Spinfuel Staff

      You make some good points Pete. I agree with you and told Julia she didn’t need to fall on the grenade as hard as did. I think the biggest thing she was relieved about was the mixing ‘stage’. None of the scores, or remarks about the ejuice were changed though, which is something she would never do. Thanks for your comment, we have some really good reviews in the works now. – John Manzione – Editor

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    1. Guster

      I beg to differ. What is “appropriate” is providing the pictures as asked to do so… No research should be required by Spinfuel’s staff, in this matter, anyways.

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