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Looking for a good Lemonade recipe, any suggestions?
I like 15% of Capella Lemon Merangue Pie. But I wouldn't call it Lemonade
A good Lemon/Lime flavor, Kevin up pretty good by itself
***Edit*** I was going to post this earlier but i forgot...http://www.aresecig.com/catalog/ They have a bunch of e liquid, I buy from them all the time and shipping is fast....
Thanks for the Ideas
I'm using Lorann Lemonade Flavoring and it's pretty good. Mainly mixing it with other fruit flavors as I like the mixed flavors but it's quite yummy on it's own, too.
Have you tried just a lemonade flavoring??
Made some up the other day but it took 5ml of TFA lemon to make a 10ml batch before it was a real good flavor. Gets kinda spendy at 50% flavoring like that. I might try to drop down to 40% and see how that works out. Using nic at 6mg with a 80/20 pg/vg ratio.
Remember that too much flavor can equal less, or even no flavor. Start low if you can and work up from there. I have some flavor apprentice lemon but im not plannkng a mixing session till next weekend. Ill try to make a lemonade mix with it and post back on my results.
I started pretty low in my first batches but the punch wasn't there so I threw caution to the wind at 50%. Time to keep playing with ratios but good idea on oversaturation.
I use 4.8ml for a 30ml bottle. I usually mix:
2.4ml of lemon + 2.4ml lime for a lemon/lime (or 4.8ml Peach for a Peach menthol)
30 drops of menthol
6 drops koolada
6 drops vape wizard.
These two mixes have been my all day vape for months. Except in the morning I vape a Coffee Capp mix.
Well I used 20% tpa lemon (the water soluable one), 3% koolada, and 2% EM and its pretty good. Could be more lemony but Ive yet to make a batch with some sour (or malic acid) added.
I use Flavor West's Lemonade flavoring and add sweetner (sucralose/ethyl maltol per preference) and LorAnn's Tart and Sour to taste. Makes a great Lemonade that you can tailor the sour/sweet to your personal preference fairly easily. 15% on the Lemonade flavor itself is a good base to add the sweet/sour to.
Hope that helps somewhat. OSDIYS has the necessary items.
^^^^ That sounds pretty good
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