Discussion in 'DIY E-Liquid' started by FranC, May 27, 2018.
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adding it to my crunch berries
Red sb was the third. It's one I don't have and can't remember the brand. There is sb stone on ELR that uses the Cap sweet SB, ripe and shisha.
Wimps up there! You all should come down here for a few years...June through August. You'll get the temps like yours, but...with our humidity along with it.
TFA Strawberry Ripe is my favorite all around Strawberry. I use TFA Strawberry in combination with it in some recipes, but the % I use of it is always less than the SR %. I'm not fond of the fact that the SB contains ethyl alcohol that I always need to let evaporate off before vaping it.
Eisai Tea otherwise known as Japanese Green Tea.. and right out the bottle, smells so delish! Green tea, with maybe some sort of fruity bit? A cooling sensation is present, but that is to be expected. 4 bottle drops from the new bottle give me .08 grams in a 10ml bottle, and it’s light.
Do you know how hard it is on writing about a flavor you have never tasted before?
Very! However I can say this is a thicker green tea, I can see it would be a bit more fibrous from the other green tea, as it does have a texture. It’s very nice and if one of my fans could send me some haha! I would appreciate it.
I can see this as something to go with strawberries, blueberries and other fruits. Its sweet but tea tasting. As a solo, I can pick out an herb-y type foreground taste, and it’s really not bad at all, tasty! This could top cheesecakes and danishes would go beautiful.. maybe an apple cinnamon danish, with Eisai tea.. yes.. Pears would be a bit too much, maybe with the other green tea..
Thanks,Joey but I already read that. Didn't tell me a whole lot.
@FranC - About this: "That's basically why I don't live there."
Well, it certainly hasn't stopped millions of other northerners from moving down here. We'd be glad to send some/most of them back to you, if you want them.
I guess I'll just try the 4 drops in 10ml and take it from there.
We got plenty of you Fl peeps up here to return also.
Did you try a test 10ml bottle with 4 drops ?? I do not have that tea I have flv black tea but have not tried it yet.
I have been mixing with some sc flavors that only smoky has for the last week. I am very behind with testing and mixing I have so much lol
I don't have my order yet but that's what I'm going to do. Have you tried the Bourbon?
I’d probably do 2 4ml testers. One 3-4% plum & .5-1% liquid amber. The other 3-4% plum & 3% liquid amber. That’d give you an idea of the different effects you’d get from using it.
I put 1 drop in a 5ml Cranberry tester I mixed yesterday. May try other mixes depending how that turns out.
nics almost thawed
Not a big fan of bourbon or whiskey, flv's bourbon is really strong be careful with it lol I think I did 1 drop to 10ml holy crap lol 1 drop to 15 or 20 is where I have to be at with it lol I do not have any recipes for it maybe try with a cola type flavor.
I resemble that remark. lol
Actually JC it is cooler in Fla than in WV the past couple of days. Not by much tho. We hit the 100 degree mark in the past couple of days and all next week will be in the upper 90's. Pretty much the same in FL.
Pomegranate (FA) 4%
Liquid Amber (FA) 1%
Catalan Cream (FA) 1%
Smokey Amber Plum
Plum (INW) 3%
Smoked Plum (INW) 2%
Liquid Amber (FA) 1%
Tiramisu (INW) 4%
Catalan Cream (FA) 2%
Cinnamon Shisha (INW) 1%
Tackle box organization worked well.
I think Amber and the Smoked Plum will work well together. The smell was intriguing.
A little later than my 2nd cup of coffee but I had a tackle box to modify and arrange.
To me, it gives a rich,warm depth to the fruits. Sort of like a raisin maybe? I don’t eat figs or fig newtons, so I’m guessing it’s not true to life. I use it as a background flavor. I would imagine it would play nice with tobaccos and custards too
2% FLV Cranberry
.25% Liquid Amber
I gave it a sniff tonight and it still smells like a wet hole after a lot of rain. Testing it will take some courage.
Let me know what you find out. I looked at a few recipes, most used .2 to .75%. The highest percentage was in a recipe by Smokey Blue at 1%, but the rest he used less. By description it sounds mild. I’m guessing a sft is the answer
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