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    Question Insoluble in Water?

    Does that mean I can't use it for vaping?

    I just ordered Perfumer's Apprentice Cinnamon Red Hot flavor and Lorann's Cinnamon Oil.

    The cinnamon oil is at Lorann's Oils and now I'm reading in the DIY flavors area that cinnamon oil is insoluble in water.

    Does that mean I just made a useless purchase?

    Thanks.

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    Sounds like adding a little alcohol will help.

    Making Oils soluble in Water
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    Quote Originally Posted by Boiler View Post
    Sounds like adding a little alcohol will help.

    Making Oils soluble in Water
    OMG! You're awesome. I was already in the process of cancelling my order and substituting the cinnamon roll flavor because it is water soluble. Thanks.
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    Just to add my 2 cents on this

    I would just use the TFA flavor for DIY eliquid and leave the Lorann OIL in the kitchen where it belongs. I quit analogs to avoid tar, what's the main ingredient in tar? OIL! (Yes, I know it's not the same, but I am not known for my scientific analogies, I never got no fancy skoolin when I was a yute (MCV))

    It just seems like too much work to make a sketchy liquid at best.

    Are you getting the cinnamon to modify flavors or do you just want a good hard hittin' tank crackin' cinnamon vape

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    I have always heard don't use oil flavorings to VAPE. You might want to do a little more research in the DIY section. Or in the search area search oil flavorings. I think they are a no-no, but I could be wrong. Good luck & VAPE ON
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    What you have is 'perfume' oils-fit for pot pourri and not much else, flavouring concentrates should be PG (or alcohol) based and 'soluble in water'

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    Default Cinnamon Oil

    Quote Originally Posted by Dakota Jim View Post
    Just to add my 2 cents on this

    I would just use the TFA flavor for DIY eliquid and leave the Lorann OIL in the kitchen where it belongs. I quit analogs to avoid tar, what's the main ingredient in tar? OIL! (Yes, I know it's not the same, but I am not known for my scientific analogies, I never got no fancy skoolin when I was a yute (MCV))

    It just seems like too much work to make a sketchy liquid at best.

    Are you getting the cinnamon to modify flavors or do you just want a good hard hittin' tank crackin' cinnamon vape

    If so try this Welcome to Tasty Vapor
    Thanks.

    I want a hard hitting cinnamon vape. Thanks for the link!

    I like a red hot flavor with a bit of sweet. Have you tried the Atomic Fireball flavor? That's my aim.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Orb Skewer View Post
    What you have is 'perfume' oils-fit for pot pourri and not much else, flavouring concentrates should be PG (or alcohol) based and 'soluble in water'

    Perfumers apprentice is split into 2 sites

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    Thanks. I've submitted to cancel my order and switch if for their water soluble cinnamon roll flavor and I got some of the red hot cinnamon from another supplier.

    I'm hoping they'll switch the order.

    Thanks.

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