In the secret laboratories of Petit Vapoteur that the impossible has happened.
After an expedition to the faraway wilderness, on the edge of the world, our team of explorers and scientists have made an incredible discovery. Thay have got their hands on partial genomes that are still unknown to date of prehistoric animals. Embarking upon these discoveries, they have succeeded in reviving fruity flavors with an icy tendency that we called Frutozor.
Our flavourists extract aromas of these dinosaurs to create a range of e liquids and concentrates.
Discover the Frutozor range, a taste which is full of adventure, mystery and flavours await you. You can guess easy fruit, raw, natural with a hint of freshness which will titillate your taste buds.
Once at the top of the food chain, the Tyropoirex comes back to take what is rightfully his.
Inspired by the Tyrannosaurus-Rex, the Tyropoirex, a real predator, impressive in size and also in weight. Carnivorous, his sharp fangs allow it to slice through its prey, however the Tyropoirex like it fine gourmet meals with fruit. What he loves above all is to accompany his feats with delicious pears which provides him the sweetness and sugar he needs for hunting. To keep its meal cool, the Tyropoirex does not hesitate to harvest a little ice that it finds on its territory.
Ancestor of the armadillo, the Citrodon is a nature animal which roams around at the foot of the glaciers. He spends his days munching on his favourite fruit which is no other than lemons. He has eaten so many lemons that he has finished in the same shape. To protect himself from other predators, he curls himself up to form an impenetrable yellow ball. The acidity of its shell allows it to scare away other animals who would like to attack it, but to cool off he loves to take a dip in the cold spring water which naturally flows from the mountains.
Loyal rival to the Tyropoirex, the Cassissotop is an impressive animal by its appearance, but in reality it is sweet as a lamb. Herbivore, it feeds exclusively on fruit and blackcurrant which gives it its beautiful hair. To defend itself it does not hesitate to ally himself with his fellows and he uses his 3 horns to charge at its adversary. His ultimate technique is to explode blackcurrant berries on his skull and to spread delicious and powerful fresh juice that scares any threats away.
One of the ancestors of the Frutozor comes back to life so you can swim in happiness. ! A real master of the sea and carnivore species which lives along the river banks of the Mexican or Colombian borders. The ultimate predator, it does not worry about other marine species. It adores its fruity meals which float on the surface of the water, what he is looking for above all is the pitaya otherwise known as dragon fruit. The Pitazorus has eaten so much of it that its shape and colour has eventually evolved and become similar to this fruit. This gives sweet flavours, slightly acidic and fresh explodes in the mouth and will tenderly stimulate your senses.
Considered as one of the least clever of the Frutozor, like its descendant, the dodo, this large bird feeds exclusively on seeds and fruits. Living calmly on the exotic islands,the Cocozor has no direct predator and is not even seen fit to learn how to fly, it spends most of its time soaking its feet in water to cool off. The only thing it does is to spend all its energy on cracking coconut shells, literally obsessed with it. To the point where it looks like a giant coconut with head and legs.
Find one of the most emblematic Frutozor, it is considered by many the original Frutozor. This giant frilled lizard is a carnivore for being a real scavenger, seizing all opportunities to feed on the flesh of its prey. It is most of all a born hunter. Using its sharp claws, it can even attack large prey. Although a lover of very fresh meat, it does like to vary its pleasures and uses its claws to pick at different fruits and of course particularly strawberries. Once the harvest is completed it likes to eat near water points to cool off.
If there’s one Frutozor that stands out for its ingenuity, it’s the Frambozor. Due to its weight and size, it couldn’t rely on agility to feed itself. That’s why it plunged the raspberry-shaped outgrowth at the end of its tail into lakes and rivers of fresh water to release a sweet and enticing fragrance for luring its prey. However, this also attracted predators, against which it protected itself with its shell covered in defenses resembling raspberry leaves, all as sharp as razor blades. It was definitely best not to mess with the Frambozor!
Once, when our planet was entirely covered with lush vegetation, a unique dinosaur roamed the damp forests. Called Dinomelon, its appearance was quite different from its counterparts. Its skin was smooth like the juicy flesh of a melon, a fruit it loved. Despite its imposing size, it moved swiftly through the jungle to devour as many melons as possible. Despite a terrifying appearance, especially with its sharp, seed-like teeth, Dinomelon is actually a gentle and sweet creature, bringing exquisite freshness.