For Five Pawns' Castle Long Reserve, normally 30ml costs $37.50. So 60ml for $42.50 is an absolutely insane price.
So Castle Long Reserve
is a very high quality, esoteric vape juice. The flavor is absolutely amazing and complex. I'm not a "vape lyfe" snob in any way, just an ex-tobacco fiend who switched to vaping years ago and now really enjoys it. But this juice really is something else. I used to buy one (30ml) bottle once a year and use it exclusively on my dripper, back when I was using one. They steep and age the juice in oak barrels and the juice has amazing flavors/ingredients to begin with.
Yes, $42.50 for 60ml is expensive as is, and most vapers know you can buy 120ml or more of high quality for the same price or even much less still. I always buy from thevaporchef during their sales and get 120ml of Hobbes Blood for $38.50-$41.25 each. It's my daily vape flavor. But Five Pawns is definitely on a different level, usually a waste on sub-ohm all day tanks (unless you're super baller), and usually reserved for special occasions or when really in the mood. At least IMHO.
Castle Long Reserve is usually released seasonally and posted on Five Pawns' website. It's sort of confusing because there's nothing recently posted on their website, and it's showing as a new product on MVS. I've never personally seen 60ml bottles of the Reserve but the picture shows a 60ml bottle with a bottled date of May 4, 2017. I thought maybe this was a listing error but it looks like the real thing.
Shipping is free above $75, otherwise ranges from about $5-$10 depending on shipping method (USPS Priority to NJ was $5.50 with a few other things).
Castle Long Reserve by Five Pawns
60ml Glass Bottle
What's in this bottle continues to be special. It's been coined, "the liquid of the year" after each limited-production release and we only make it once a year. Castle Long Reserve has been aged and steeped in a treated oak barrel for perfect and robust flavor.
You'll taste toasted coconut, roasted almond, brown sugar, two different vanillas (Madagascar vanilla bean and French-vanilla), Kentucky bourbon and oak.