Frisco Vapor eliquids is a small shop based in downtown san Francisco. It started out with just a single flavor called the B&M. Following the success of their first e liquid, the guys at started experimenting with different flavors.
Their new juices are all based on the popular locations of san Francisco. This is why their eliquids are mostly called Frisco.
The first San Francisco inspired flavor was named Frisco which was a blend of the excellent earl grey tea. The company reportedly spent around a good 6 months perfecting the ejuice before they launched it to the public.
Now Frisco has over 6 different eliquids in their stock which cater for different people of different tastes.
Frisco focuses on quality which is apparent from their bottle design. They ship all their flavors in a beautiful glass vial that are sealed with a very convenient and easy to use dipper cap. This is extremely useful when you are traveling.
Although Frisco bottles are excellent to look at and use, there are still some drawbacks. The first major drawback is that all the required information such as expiry date and the nicotine levels are hand written.
These can easily smudge if you keep the bottles in a bag or bottle. If you place them at home at all times, then it shouldn’t bother you. Also the amount of VG/PG are not mentioned on the bottles.
Our favorite e-liquid by Frisco is the Ashbury flavor.
The Ashbury flavor is described by Frisco as a blend of Acai Chai. It is created with 30/70 VG/PG percentages. The flavor is inspired by the hip culture in Haight-Ashbury. This is apparent because they love the combination of Acai and chai.
When inhaled, the Ashbury feels like it’s a sweet flavor with a hint of cinnamon in it. But the cinnamon isn’t too much to bother anyone. When exhaled, the acai chai flavor comes into play and mixes well with the cinnamon taste.
If you love the idea of having acai and chai with a hint of cinnamon on the top, you will love the mellow taste of sweetness offered here.
Also due to the fact that this flavor is based on a 70% VG profile, the cloud it produces is dense and thick. Also the throat hit can be described best as smooth and subtle. Just make sure your wick is fresh if you want to really experience the flavor at its best.