Considering the name of this e-liquid, I had high hopes for the Halo Torque56. Halo advertises it as an unfiltered tobacco flavor “with a serious throat hit”. It’s actually a mild, pretty neutral flavor with regular throat it. Not what I was hoping for.
Don’t get me wrong though, Torque56 is not a bad e-liquid. It just lacks the oomph I was expecting. There’s no complex – or even definite – flavor, but with all the sweet, sirupy, perfumy liquids out there, it’s almost refreshing.
Torque56 is available through Halo in 7 ml ($4.25), 10 ml ($8.49) and 30 ml ($19.99) bottles. (Please note that prices are accurate at the time of writing this article but are subject to change.) As with most Halo e-liquids, you can chose your preferred level of nicotine: 0, 3, 6, 12, 18, 24 mg. Halo doesn’t want to disclose their PG/VG ratio, but we’re guessing it’s mostly PG.
If you just stopped smoking, you’re probably looking for a nice neutral e-liquid that’s not too overwhelming. Torque56 might just be the juice for you.