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Need Help Recipe for Orange Life Savers

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  1. Mrscorbin24

    Mrscorbin24 Senior Member ECF Veteran

    I have looked and couldn't find any recipe for Orange Life Savers, I love them, any help in the right direction would be great. I'm very new to DIY
    Thanks in Advance

    I have a lot of TFA and FW flavorings
  2. HeadInClouds

    HeadInClouds Ultra Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Sep 2, 2013
    TFA has a Sweet Orange, but it's 100% orange oil, and you may be reluctant to inhale too much of it.
    Inawera's Orange gets great reviews, though the difficulty in getting it to mix lead me to believe it's also oil-based.
    FlavourArt has an Orange I like. It mixes up easily, stays mixed, and it's a plain 'orange' flavor. I use it max 2-3%, but for candy strength, you might go as high as 5%.

    Once you eliminate all the orange-cream, orange-mango, orange-other-stuff versions, there aren't a lot to choose from.
  3. we2rcool

    we2rcool Ultra Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Mar 31, 2013
    Iowa, IA, USA
    To us (having not tried Inawera), Hangsen's Orange is the most realistic. We love FA's Orange, and it's just 'candy enough' to be THE perfect 'orange' for our Creamsicle (along with two orange creams/other) wethinks the FA might be the perfect base for an Orange Lifesaver.

    'Might want to consider adding a drop-or-two of FA's Mandarin (for that Lifesaver 'zing' thing), or a drop-or-two of Capella's Tangerine. Many times "the perfect fruit" is a blend of fruits.
  4. dead not sleeping

    dead not sleeping Super Member ECF Veteran

    True that. TFA Orange Cream with Capella Tangerine mixes well. A Cherry goes good with an Apple, etc. The possibilities are endless. A simple two fruit mix is a good place to start for diy'ers, you can play with the percentages, learn how they interact and taste, and still have a vapeable end result pretty much no matter what.
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