Halo is one of the largest suppliers of American-made e-liquid providing a large selection of flavors through a vast network of vendors. When Halo contacted me about submitting some of their juice for review, I accepted, even though at the time, I already had an incredible amount of juice waiting to be reviewed. I decided the opportunity to review the flavors, so many vapers use as them all day vape was too good to put off or pass up. Upon receiving the Halo products, I started with their Kringle’s Kurse which reviewed quite well.
|Flavoring Grade||FEMA/GRAS Approved|
|Bottle Color||10ml – Clear
30ml – Premium Cobalt Blue
|Select Bottle Size||No|
|Cap Color||10ml – White
30ml – White
|Child Protection||Child Resistant Cap (CRC)|
|Tamper Control||10ml – N/A
30ml – Tamper Evident Band
|Cap Material||10ml – PET Plastic
30ml – PET Plastic
|Dispenser Style||10ml – Eye Dropper
30ml – Graduated Pipette Dropper
|Dispenser Material||10ml – PET Plastic
30ml – Cobalt Blue
Encouraged by their first showing, I quickly moved on to another of their more popular e-liquids, Menthol Ice. The flavor is crisp, fresh, and quite refreshing with a very chilly ice aspect that, although could be a touch stronger, isn’t necessarily lacking in any regard.
The mint is of the wintergreen/peppermint variety with a sweet bass note not dissimilar to a breath mint, but with a bit more kick. There is simply not an enormous amount to say about this juice, it’s simple, minty, cold, and tasty, and if you like cool, icy menthols, Halo’s take is very, very good and worth a try. I preferred it at 4.7v on a 2.5Ω atomizer which yielded just under 9 watts, and produces a cool minty flavor, a good strong throat hit, and abundant clouds of thick vapor.