FanceeJuice is hand-crafted in what is known as the Mitten of the United States (they are based in Michigan). Their juice has won Spinfuel Awards and their prices reflect this: $12.99 or $13.99 for 15mls, and so you are paying for quality.
That is not an unusual price among boutique juice producers though, and it would not be fair of this FanceeJuice review to compare cheap juice to award-winning e-liquid, even if that other e-juice is also made in the United States.
Ratios for various e-liquids differ according to what will produce the desired balance of flavors, vapor production, and throat hit. Customers can customize flavor by asking for a double hit and up to 24mg of nicotine.
Flavors from FanceeJuice
Meesetracks Macchiato is a blend of coffee and roasted caramel. Cloud Chocolate represents milk chocolate. With SubLime, you experience menthol and lime. Pumpkin Spice Latte does not require explanation, but what is BAM? That is an acronym for berry, apple, and melon. Cirrus blends menthol with spearmint.
Flavors are available in Juice Boxes called the Margarita Mixer, Barista Box, and also “Fivers.” These are 16ml, 30ml, and 60ml sample packs of five juices at a time.
Ratios of juice are usually 70/30 or 50/50 (propylene glycol to vegetable glycerin). If you order 20/80, FanceeJuice charges another $1.00.
Many of the names play with the “cloud” image. The liquid itself gets sound ratings from their customers.
Hardware Barely There
I wonder why they bother to carry anything apart from e-liquid at FanceeJuice. It would be acceptable and expected that they should stick with what they know best, but there is a selection of items anyway (not many).
Rebuildable atomizers include the AGA-T2 Genesis tank for $29.99. FanceeJuice sells an Innokin MVP Kit for $69.99. The variable voltage device is packaged with a beauty ring, two 16 clearomizers, and comes in silver or blue.