The XFIRE can be purchased as a starter kit with one pack of the flavor of your choice. The available flavors are: Mango, Fruit Punch, Mint and Tobacco. The only available nicotine strengths is 5% (or 50 mg). The pod liquid capacity is 0.75 mL which is about the same as the JUUL.
The flavors, aside from Mint, are not that good to me. They’re mostly generic tasting flavors like a gas station cigalike. Nothing offensive, but pretty forgettable. Again though, the Mint is fairly good. It almost has a eucalyptus taste.
One strange thing I found was that people on FaceBook are referring to the nicotine as salt-based. I can’t find a single word about this on the Xfire site, nor on the package. The only ingredients listed are VG, PG, flavor, and nicotine. If there was nicotine salt in this juice, XFIRE would likely mention benzoic acid as well. Maybe that is just wishful thinking on my part. I guess this could be nic salt juice, but it’s hard to tell.