Charlie's Chalk Dust White Label Review by Dan Willis

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Charlie's Chalk Dust White Label

The Charlie’s Chalk Dust eliquid range certainly has one of the most interesting back stories to it, what I will do is let the official back story taken from the website paint the whole picture for you:

We all know there are some individuals who can tell an interesting story, that's Charlie, an amazing and unique teller of tales. He plays with words as a child plays with a cardboard box exploring every meaning, definition, interpretation and imagination. Although, as he travels through his vernacular spectacular some may become lost in the unbelievable realm in where his mind resides. The only thing we can do to help you understand how Charlie's Chalk Dust was discovered is to transcribe the events that unfolded. A moment in time taken from the writings of Charlie and his interpersonal enlightenment, leading to an accidental discovery.

Tuesday, June 8th, 1923

To describe today's events will be a difficult task. Some reading this may never believe it, but if you could imagine, if you could just try to understand for a moment, it may just change your perspective.

This morning, actually more towards noon, I dropped the stabilizers below my hot dog stand and fired up the occasionally reluctant grill. I always love that sound, like the universe is about to explode. I imagine the propane tank igniting and taking flight through the street like a heat seeking missile crashing through the windows of every blood sucking piece of shit cab in the city. Fuck I hate cab drivers. Anyway, my day started with the normal foot traffic, couple Coney's a few Polishes and the one douche bag that tried to order a Hungarian, I told that moron to go back to Toledo. The wind started picking up and as I rushed over to weight the napkins I felt an overwhelming sense of wonder, I was stuck, a stoic look persed upon my face. Questions began to flood my head like a tidal wave, tearing down the most sustainable of ideas, all my hopes and dreams. Beaten into submission I became paralyzed, amazed at what was taking place. Staring at the reflection of the grease stained glass door used to block the flames from the ever changing winds, I noticed a tall silhouette of a man walking towards me. I turned around in a daze and was met with a shit eating grin of a man who to this day, I would never see again. In my weakened state I was unable to greet the man so I stood staring as if he were a statue carefully placed on the sidewalk where all other life stopped moving, time stood still. The questions started coming back, the chaos and confusion between my ears was never before experienced and at that moment, he spoke.

"On a infinite scale, our life is insignificant, yet this brief period when we appear in the world is the time in which all meaningful questions arise."

Unknowingly I understood the exact meaning of his words. A surge of colorful light poured through my being like the blood through my veins. An enlightened presence came over me, a sense of relief. Floating through this wonderful new experience the man touched my shoulder as to keep me from flying into the clouds.

"The number of flavors is infinite, for every soluble body has a peculiar flavor, like none other." He said with some finality as I looked confused.

I noticed a slightly torn piece of paper fall from his coat. I bent down to grab the paper before the wind blew it away, as I got up to return it the spiritually sound man was gone. I looked around confused, he was nowhere to be seen as if he vanished into thin air. Thinking back to his words, I was overwhelmed with a clear significance of life and that my judgements about customer's choices in flavors were original and not to be discriminated against. Newly centered I looked down at the paper, neatly folded in half, I opened it and saw a list of seven various recipes. I am not sure what these recipes are but I have no doubt a mixologist of sorts will one day be able to properly identify and master these concoctions. I continued to serve my patrons with a new perspective, life on a infinite scale with a flavor like no other, above no one and with everyone.


Yes, the story is a little vague and unbelievable. What you don't understand is that the benefactors of Charlie's worthless crap stumbled upon two very important items under a pile of chalk dust. Charlie's journal and the piece of paper with the recipes used as a bookmark. Charlie would have never figured out that these recipes would be used to create an eclectic array of vape juices giving undeniable satisfaction to a new set of patrons. The legend, it lives on with Charlie's Chalk Dust.


Charlie’s Chalk Dust has grown into one of the most recognizable brand names in the industry, thanks to a combination of clever marketing and delicious flavours. The White Label range from Charlie’s Chalk Dust features four flavours, Honey Badger, Wonder Worm, Drama Swirl and Mustache Milk - these are all mixed at a 70/30 VG/PG ratio with the exception of the 80/20 blended Wonder Worm. They available in nicotine strengths of zero, 1.5mg, 3mg, 6mg and 12mg. Today I’m looking at the White Label range from Charlie’s Chalk Dust, so let’s see what these juices have to offer...

Honey Badger

Charlie's Honey-brushed tobacco leaves perfectly blended with smooth cream; Honey badger is the choice of the tobacco fan with a sweet tooth.

Honey Badger is one of the better blended tobacco flavours out there, and there's hints of a smooth RY4 style vape present too. I get a mild tobacco on the inhale that has very subtle hints of creamy honey, I pick up on a slight hint of caramel in the background then a flood of cream comes in on the exhale, with a bit of sweetener thrown in. I feel that it is an exceptional vape, I've really been a fan of this since I first got to try it at Vape Jam back in April. It's such a smooth and easy flavourful vape that it could quite easily be a contender for all day vape status!

Wonder Worm

Crystalized gummy worms laced with psychedelic sweet tarts, this wonderful sugary sweet liquid will take your taste buds on a journey of flavour.

Imagine cramming a whole load of Haribo Tangfastics in your mouth all at once, and you have Wonder Worm. It’s a very sweet vape, that I have noticed can be quite harsh on your coils due to the level of sweetener in this juice. Fruit and candy fans will go mad for this juice, it’s an explosion of fruity flavour on your tastebuds, and the 80VG 20PG mix ratio means that this juice definitely chucks out the clouds as well!

Drama Swirl

This apricot glazed golden pastry is sweet as pie and will delight anyone looking for a fruity, pastry vape.

I’ve got to say that they have nailed the pasty flavour with Drama Swirl, this is a nice thick wallop of thick pastry with some sweetener sprinkled on and a slight touch of cream, and a subtle touch of Apricot is there in the mix. I think the mix here is spot on, it’s neither too overpowering nor overwhelming, and it makes for a very moreish apricot pastry vape.

Mustache Milk

Savoury cereal soaked in something sweet, this expertly blended milky juice is a perfect mix of breakfast flavours.

I'd heard a fair bit of hype around Mustache Milk in the past, however after trying it myself in a few different drippers and the Rose3, I was left feeling that it is just another cereal eliquid. Don't get me wrong, it's a very good cereal liquid, with a nice creamy exhale, but I didn't feel that it offered anything different to every other cereal liquid out there today, and as for the ‘soaked in something sweet’ part of the description I only picked up on sweetener, so I don't know if there's something there my tastebuds aren't picking up on! I got the generic cereal exhale, with a slight wheaty undertone and smooth cream on the exhale representing the milk, but that was it from Mustache Milk. It's very smooth, but could do with having the cereal part turned up a notch.


I'll confess to being a fan of Charlie's Chalk Dust ever since I first got to try Peanut Butter and Jesus, and I’ve found the White Label range is a perfect addition to a very strong liquid stable. There are juices here that are not only perfect for dripping, but also work superbly well in tanks as well. There’s a sublime combination of flavours on offer here, mixed to the highest quality, delivered smoothly to your palate with a whole load of vapour produced by the high VG blends here.

Mustache Milk was the only disappointment here for me, as I felt it to be a generic cereal eliquid and I guess I have taste fatigue from trying so many cereal liquids in my time, but the other three do possess some real unique quality. Honey Badger in particular is a juice I really enjoy, and have purchased on more than one occasion! I can't say you'll be let down by the White Label range from Charlie's Chalk Dust however, it's a tasty line of juice for sure! This range of juice is available to buy on the Fog Father's website here where POTV readers can get a whopping 20% off their first order by using the code POTV20!

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 Dan Willis
Article by Dan Willis
Dan was an early adopter of vaping as a way to quit smoking and has seen and done pretty much all there is to see and do in the vaping world! From Ego batteries to mechs and from rebuildables to pods there isn't much that Dan hasn't tried.