A month ago I ordered 18 bottles of Mt. Baker Vapor juices. They arrived at my US address in under two days, and were forwarded to me here in South America shortly thereafter, along with some hardware I ordered somewhere else. And now the first of two packages has arrived! My first international vape mail, by the way! The shipment had to be broken up into two packages, as the USPS said that you can only ship a maximum of 2 lithium batteries per box, so I'm hoping the other box arrives tomorrow. I'm going to be reviewing these juices gradually, as I try them, one post per juice. Otherwise, I'd end up ODing on nicotine and tasting a bizarre mix of juices, which is of no use to anyone... especially me! These juices were created on March 10, so they've spent just under 30 days steeping in their bottles. They are all 24 mg of nicotine, 0 extra flavor shots, and 80% PG / 20% VG. MBV have also included at least one free sample (in this half of the shipment... I have no idea if there are any in the other half), and it has half the nicotine (12 mg), so I'll specify the levels for each review. The flavors I ordered are the following (the ones I've reviewed so far are in bold): 555 Amaretto Boysenberry Clove Coffee Coumarin Pipe Ginger Hazelnut Mango Peach Peach Tobacco Pear Red Apple Rose Tobacco Strawberry Tangerine Teaberry Vanilla The free samples I've received so far are: Swedish Lime My overall scale for reviewing is a bit different than the one I used for Dekang and Liqua juices. I've quickly realized that in calibrating my expectations for those brands, my old scale had no room for anything truly excellent. So I've eliminated the first rating ("1. Nasty. The mere idea of vaping it turns me off") and shifted things accordingly: Yuck. Won't finish the bottle unless it's the only thing I've got. Vapable, but nothing a cheap Chinese vendor couldn't put out. Good Great! Vapegasm!! All juices are being vaped on an eGo-V V2 at 4v using a generic CE4+ clearomizer. The "authenticity" rating refers to how similar the flavor is to what it's imitating. Finally, although these juices have already spent a month in their bottles steeping, after the initial review I'm going to let each one steep with the caps and droppers out for two days, and then let them steep in the closed bottles. Once I've finished the initial reviews and a couple weeks have passed, I hope (but don't promise!) to add steeping notes to each juice.