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An interesting new/old flavoring agent

Discussion in 'DIY E-Liquid' started by KonaNeil, Mar 25, 2011.

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  1. KonaNeil

    KonaNeil Super Member ECF Veteran

    Jul 29, 2009
    Big Island, Hawaii
    I'll sometimes buy something simply because its new to me since after 60 years, there just aren't that many new things.

    At the market last week noticed Peychaud's Bitters <Peychaud's Bitters - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia>. A little makes a candy or nut flavor taste a little more complex, a little like a tobacco flavor does. Peychaud's doesn't have a citrus peel taste like Angostura Bitters. Works well in pipe and cigar flavors too. If I was talking about color, I would call it a drabber, making colors less cartoonish. Doesn't have any sugars or oils to clog up atomizers.

    Works well in light beer as well. A few drops makes it taste more like real beer.
     
  2. MaxUT

    MaxUT Ultra Member ECF Veteran

    Jul 4, 2009
    Ogden, UT, US
  3. KonaNeil

    KonaNeil Super Member ECF Veteran

    Jul 29, 2009
    Big Island, Hawaii
    Com'on... a year's supply is about as expensive as a Happy Meal;-)
     
  4. UntamedRose

    UntamedRose PV Master Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    Mar 23, 2010
    Homeish now
    Cool might have to buy it just to try a Sazerac cocktail.
     
  5. MaxUT

    MaxUT Ultra Member ECF Veteran

    Jul 4, 2009
    Ogden, UT, US
    I think I'll try the original Sazerac cocktail, the one that uses brandy. I have most of a bottle of St-Remy that survived hot toddy season and it'll be perfect for that.

    I will certainly do that as well... grocery store beer in Utah is 3.2% and even the better microbrews are lacking flavor.
     
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