The Sauce LA strikes me as somewhere between premium e-liquid and discount juice. The packaging looks very attractive, and the prices are much lower than your typical brand name e-juice. They say the proof is in the pudding, so let’s crack this snack pack open right now….
This juice came as a surprise to me as I was leaving the house yesterday. I didn’t take it with me, but I was eager to try it out when I got home. I heard of The Sauce LA, but with the millions of other brands out there, I haven’t got around to trying ’em, so let’s crack dem bottles, shall we?
$9.99 – 30mL
$19.99 – 60mL
$29.99 – 120mL
The Sauce LA is available in 0mg, 3mg and 6mg nicotine strengths. They frequently have discounts and BOGO deals so check our Deals page each day to stay up to date. All of their juice is made in an ISO-5 lab by a PHD chemist, so I am expecting the quality to be up to par.
Capone is The Sauce La’s take on a popular flavor that tastes like milk and fruity cereal. Fruit Loops definitely comes to mind when tasting this e-liquid. Capone has more citrus than Looper, which is the standard for cereal vapes. It’s sort of like Bam Bam’s Cannolis, minus the cannolis.
This is a pretty sweet e-liquid. Imagine taking that powdery sugar at the bottom of the cereal box and sprinkling it on a bowl of cereal with milk. If you like a nice, milky, Fruit Loops vape that is heavy on the citrus fruit, try Capone! Comparable to Bird Brains, Cereal Milk, Looper, etc.
As soon as I smelled this juice, I knew it was going to be good. Open Road has quite a following on Reddit, so I couldn’t wait to give it a try. This flavor encapsulates marshmallow, caramel and rice crispies which is enticing for me. I can already smell that vanilla marshmallow goodness…
There is almost nothing better then making your own Rice Krispies treats. I still remember that sweet smell of it cooking on the stove. Open Road captures the taste of this famous dessert, it could use some steeping, but this bottle is almost gone so I think it is a little bit too late for that.
Open Road was empty before it was done steeping. By the last tank-full, it was hard to see it go. If I had to choose one e-liquid from The Sauce LA to re-order, it would have to be Open Road. It has a sweet, creamy vanilla marshmallow taste and you taste those rice krispies on the exhale.
I recommend vaping this liquid with clapton coils at high wattages so that you can truly get that "snap, crackle and pop" that we love so much about a fresh bowl of Rice Krispies cereal...
As a coffee lover, I was excited about this flavor. But it took a few sessions for me to appreciate it. Vaping it over and over again, I’ve found it gets a little better the more you vape it. You may need to steep this one and let it age a week or so.
Caramel, waffles and cappuccino… it sounds like a great way to start the day! It has sweet caramel waffle flavor combined with a dark-roasted coffee taste. The flavor is a great concept, and it does a pretty good job of delivering that flavor profile.
Get Your Kicks is a nice change of pace from all of these creamy flavors. It’s a strawberry hard candy, combined with bubblegum. I am getting bubblegum with a hint of strawberry and it’s very nice. If you love that authentic bubblegum taste, than you are going to love Get Your Kicks.
I put this juice in the Nautilus 2 and it was very enjoyable. Get Your Kicks is a refreshing, sweet candy and bubblegum flavor that is good enough to vape all day long. This isn’t a creamy, dessert flavor, but it’s a clean and delicious strawberry hard candy flavor mixed with bubblegum.
The Sauce LA recommends not to drip this juice since it has very intense flavoring. I would recommend using a MTL tank like the Nautilus 2, or perhaps even a sub ohm tank.
Ok wow, I’m rather impressed with this one. I was expecting this one to taste similar to Capone, based on the smell, but boy was I wrong. This is a rainbow sherbert flavor, so you are getting a nice, smooth, blend of fruit and cream. Ace took me by surprise when it hit my coils, I’m diggin it.
An unwritten rule of being an e-liquid company is to have a strawberry cream, after all, it is one of the most popular flavor profiles. Ace is The Sauce LA’s take on this one and I am smiling right now because these guys knocked it out of the park, in a rather unique and refreshing way.
No it doesn’t taste like Unicorn Milk by Cuttwood, at all! It tastes more like strawberry ice cream.
At the end of the day, The Sauce LA delivers the goods at a great price. They actually sent me a letter talking about how they appreciate honest reviews versus just “fluff pieces”. I highly respect their sentiment, although here at Vaping360, we always give our honest opinions regardless.
Having vaped it, I still maintain that The Sauce LA lands somewhere between premium and budget juice. The packaging is clean and attractive, despite how it comes in plastic bottles. The e-liquid is made in a sterile and safe environment, so you get quality juice at a much lower price.
Their pricing is extremely reasonable, especially when you consider how many BOGO deals there are to take advantage of. The Sauce LA has something for every corner of the spectrum, from bubblegum to cappuccino. What did y’all think of The Sauce LA? Leave us a comment….
Would try it but no 1.5mg option. Getting toward the bottom of the nictine spectrum really limits vendors.
Buy a bottle of 3 mg and a bottle of 0 mg, then mix them together to get the 1.5 mg nicotine strength you’re after. It’s worth it. It’s good quality e liquid.
I love this stuff since finding it a month ago. The price and the flavor are both amazing. Open Road and Caramel Waffle Cappuccino are by far my favorite flavors I’ve ever tried. I really disliked Capone.
Open Road and Capone are excellent IMO… Caramel Waffle Cappuccino is not far behind. Vanilla Bean Cream seems to be missing something. Next time I will try Ace.
It’s alright, I wouldn’t call it special. I’ve had better cereals for the same price, Bunny Bowl (I think that’s what it’s called) has a much better milk base for the same exact price. The vanilla bean though was spot on and made my purchases worth while.
Did anyone else find this juice extremely sweet? I definitely could not handle Open Road.