Black Note Quartet Vape Juice Review

Black Note is every tobacco lovers’ haven. It has a wide variety of unique and exotic tobacco-based products to offer. One of the most famous is Quartet, which incorporates the four elements of air, earth, fire, and sun. Check out my review below if this is as interesting as it sounds.

“A rare blend with a remarkable flavour, Syrian Latakia tobacco is sun-cured and then smoke-cured using aromatic herbs and fragrant woodsy plants in controlled fires. The result is a peppery, smoky taste that’s as robust as it is delicious. This is by far the closest tobacco flavour ever made!”

As complicated as it may sound, Black Note Quartet definitely live up to its name. This vape juice basically embraces the Syrian Latakia process of sun-curing the tobacco. After which, it is smoke cured over controlled fires of Valonia oak, Aleppo pine, Lebanon cedar, Greek juniper, and indigenous aromatic herbs. If you have not tried any of those that were mentioned above, then Quartet is your best chance as this ejuice has perfectly captured each flavor. While we got tons of flavors to expect, the overall result is absolutely amazing and symphonize; this will only make you crave for more.

Quartet has a rich, intense, and smoky-peppery flavor. The smokiness is actually more prominent, especially through the nose and then on your draws. I love how both the peppery and smoky elements compliment each other. Overall, Quartet will offer a rich flavor with a touch of earthiness to it. I am actually running out of words for this as the flavor is pretty complex, but one thing’s for sure, it is delicious and spot-on.

Quartet is a blend of 50% vegetable glycerin and 50% propylene glycol. The throat hit is smooth, without giving you any nose tingling sensation or scratchy throat feeling. Cloud chasers will also love this product as itsclouds are huge and dense. They do not easily disappear into the air. As for the scent, you definitely need to expect some tobacco smell.

Black Note’s website talks about how to choose the right eliquid nicotine levels. But I’ll give you a summary of it. As for Quartet, this vape juice is available in four nicotine strength options. It comes in 3 mg, 6 mg, 12 mg, and 18 mg of nicotine. The blog did not mention the 3 mg level but it is basically a stop off on the way to becoming nicotine free. The 6 mg level is crafted for vapers who are gradually reducing their nicotine consumption. The 12 mg version is for occasional and light smokers. However, most smokers will find this level insufficient though. Lastly, the 18 mg level is usually recommended. At this level, vapers receive a nice dose of nicotine that is not totally harsh at all.

While many vapers tend to disregard this, picking the right nicotine level in your vape liquid is actually one of the most important choices you need to make when you start vaping. So make sure you find the one that will satisfy your cravings.

Black Note does not only aim to please the taste buds but also the eyes. Flaunting a very classic and vintage look, you can actually keep the bottles as souvenirs to display. The bottle comes in a cylindrical cardboard tube designed with worn paper finishing. Wrapped around the bottle is a label with relevant product information such as the brand name, flavor name, nicotine level, a brief product description, batch number, and the usual warnings. Inside, you can find a leaflet too with all this necessary information written. I love the vintage font used too.

Quartet is up for grabs at for as low as NZD $39.99 only (30 mL). I know the price can be a bit hefty but this unique blend of different flavors is definitely worth the investment especially for tobacco lovers. But I highly suggest even non-tobacco lovers to give this a try as well.

Black Note has a number of eliquid flavors to offer, and all are musically named. It has Prelude, Legato, Forte, Solo, Sonata, Hunter (V-Line), and Moro (V-Line).  Make sure you shop online to secure interesting e-juice deals.


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