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Offline junquedujour

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DIY flavoring starting points
« on: August 22, 2013, 10:40:45 AM »
stolen from the DIY facebook group - megaTHANKS to Wendy Sourita & Just Hugg!


This will give you a starting point for TFA (The Flavor Apprentice) [and other vendor] flavorings:

Please note that these are all recommendations from people on the thread and are not to be treated as gospel. They are just some suggestions and percentages that worked for them

The Flavor Apprentice (TFA):

Originally Posted by Hoofhearted62 View Post you are likely overdoing the % try these as a base line, and read Hoosier's blogs.
 
 Absinthe: 10%
 Almond Amaretto: 5-10%, 5/5
 Apple: 10-15%, 4.5/5
 Banana Cream 10%-15%
 Banana Nut Bread: 5-7% (Great for mixing)
 Bavarian Cream 5%-15%
 Belgium Waffle 8-!2% 4/5
 Bittersweet (Choc): 10-15%, 4/5
 Black Cherry: 5-15%, 5/5
 Black Honey Tobacco: 3-5%
 Blackberry: 6%
 Black Sesame 1/10% (per eikon) that's .1 of a percent
 Black Tea 2.5-12% 3/5 needs a little steeping
 Blueberry: 15%
 Blueberry Extra: 6/5 10-13%
 Boysenberry: 5/5 ~1% (a dash of EM & Citric make it sing)
 Brown Sugar 15-20%
 Bubblegum: 10%>
 Butterscotch: 12%
 Caramel: 10-15%, 5/5
 Caramel Candy: 15-20%, 5/5
 Caramel Cappuccino: 1 drop in 10ml base 4/5
 Chai Tea: 10% 5/5 Very Unique, a must try
 Champagne: 7%
 Cheesecake: 3%-15%, 2/5
 Cherry Blossom; 15%
 Chocolate: 10-15%, 5/5
 Chocolate Mint: 10% (more chocolate than mint)
 Cinnamon: 0.25% (Just Sweet Cinnamon)
 Cinnamon Red Hots: 5-15%, 5/5
 Cinnamon Spice: 0.5% Okay Starting Point
 Cinnamon Sugar Cookie: 5%-15%
 Clove: 2-3%
 Coconut Extra: ~10%, 5/5
 Cotton Candy: 10-20%, 5/5
 DK Tab 555: 2%-5%
 Dragon Fruit: 5-12%
 Double Chocolate (Clear) 10-12% 4/5
 Dulce de Leche: <10%> - overpowering at 20% - good for combining
 Earl Grey: 3% (This is a strong Tea)
 English Toffee: 15-17%
 Flue Cured Tobacco: 8-15% 5/5
 French Vanilla: 10% (For me: Gets chemical/perfume tones over 5%)
 Graham Cracker: 10-15%, 5/5 - This flavor recommended for combining with others.
 Grape: 12%
 Grape Jolly Rancher: 8% - 10% 6/5
 Green Apple: 12-20%
 Green Tea: 10-15% 4/5
 Hawaiian Punch 12% 5/5
 Hazelnut 16% 5/5
 Hazelnut Praline: 5%, 2/5
 Hibiscus 1% (Start at 0.5%)
 Holiday Spice 1-2% (start at 0.5%)
 Honey: 1-5% (Very present at 5%)
 Honeydew Melon: 5-10%
 Honeysuckle: 10- 15% - very good but FYI will crack a tank
 Horchata: 5%, 5/5
 Irish Cream: 10 - 12%
 Juicy Peach 5%- 17%
 Key Lime Pie 12%
 Kona Coffee: 1drop/10ml, 4/5
 Lemon/Lime 5% 4/5
 Licorice 5/5 10% needs a few weeks to steep
 Lime (oil-based): 1-5%, 4/5
 Lychee:2-7%
 M-type Tobacco- 1% for starters... It requires a loooong steep!
 Malted Milk: 5% (best mixed with other others)
 Mango: 13%
 Maple Syrup: 10-15%
 Marischino Cherry: 5%, 4/5
 Menthol Liquid ( PG ): 1-5%
 Milk Chocolate: 20%, 4/5
 Mint Candy: 12%, 4.5/5
 Mt. Dew 10%-20%
 Nectarine: 11% (Spot On)
 Orange Cream: 5-10% 5/5 (To note, I am using all vg . So, I use it at higher %'s)
 Papaya: 10% 5-5 (Very Fragrant)
 Peach (not juicy) 12-15%
 Peach (juicy): 5-7% 5/5
 Peanut Butter: 10-15%, 5/5
 Pear: 10-15%, 4.5/5
 Peppermint: 15%
 Pie Crust 0.5%-12% 2/5 Adjusted minimum from 2% to 0.5%
 Pineapple: 15% 4.5/5 ( authentic flavor, I used 5% EM to sweeten)
 Pizza: ~5%, 5/5
 Plum: 5-10%, 4/5
 Pomegranate: 7.5%-14%
 Popcorn: 13%-15%
 Raisin: 0.5-3% (Powerful) I dilute mine before mixing 1:3
 Raspberry:5-10%
 Red Bull: 10%
 Ripe Banana: 8-12% (3-5% EM to make it a good stand alone flavor)
 RY4 Double- 5-15%
 RY4 Asian: 10-15%
 Smooth 1 drops per 10 ml
 Spearmint: <5% Very strong start small
 Strawberry: 3%-15%
 Strawberry Kiwi 20% 1/5
 Strawberries & Cream: 10-12% (good on its own, better with 3-5% EM)
 Sweet Cream: 5-10%, 4/5 - This flavor recommended for combining with others.
 Sweet Tart: 10%, 5/5 - Tastes more like Smarties
 Sweetener (Liquid): 4-6% (higher than 6% can be required, less strong than crystals)
 Tangerine (oil-based): 1-5%, 5/5
 Tiramisu 2%-15% Over 5% tastes like burned coffee
 Tobacco Blend Alcohol: 0.5-2.5%
 Toasted Marshmallow: 10-15%
 Toasted Almond: 15%
 Tobacco Absolute (TA): <1%
 Tutti Frutti: 10-15%, 4.5/5 (closer to 15% the more VG I use)
 Vanilla Bean Ice Cream: 4-8%, 4/5 (excellent mixer)
 Vanilla Bourbon: 10-15%, 4.5/5 *** this contains Acetyl Propionyl, which carries potential inhalation risks.
 Vanilla Cupcake: 20%
 Vanilla Swirl: 10%
 Violet Candy: 10 - 12% (one of my favorite vapes)
 Waffle: 20%, 5/5
 Watermelon: 15% 4/5
 Whipped Cream 3% to 14% 3/5
 White Chocolate: 10% (note: mine had sugar as ingredient)
 Wintergreen: 20%, 5/5
 PA Sucralose Sweetener: 0.5%--2%+, 4.5/5

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The Perfumers Apprentice (TPA)
Sweet Tarts 10%
Cinnamon Red Hots 3%
Holiday Spice 3%
Key Lime 7%
Bavarian Cream 5%


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Flavor West Starting points (FW):

Butterscotch: 6%
Cream Soda: 15%
Ecto Cooler: 10% (10% very sour) 2-5%
Ginger Ale: 10%
Gummy Bear: 5% (a bit floral above 5%)
Sugar Cookie: 10%
Yellow Cake: 5%
Chai Tea 2%
Prickly Pear 1% (VERY sour)
Pina Colada 10%
Butter Rum 7%
Strawberry 8%
Pear 10%
Honey Dew 10%
Tall Maroon Soda (big red) 20%


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Capella starting points (CAP):

Capella Flavors:
Blueberry Cinnamon Crumble Flavor Concentrate, start at 5% or less
Bubblegum Flavor Concentrate, start at 10% or less
Cappuccino Flavor Concentrate, start at 10% or less
Chocolate Coconut Almond Flavor Concentrate, start at 10% or less
Chocolate Fudge Brownie Flavor Concentrate, start at 5% or less.
Cinnamon Coffee Cake Flavor Concentrate, start at 5% or less
French Toast Flavor Concentrate, start at 10% or less
Horchata Flavor Concentrate, start with 5% or less
Maple (Pancake Syrup) Flavor Concentrate, start at 10% or less
New York Cheesecake Flavor Concentrate, start at 10% or less
Snick-Snack (Snickers)Flavor Concentrate, start with 5% or less
Vanilla Custard Flavor Concentrate, start at 5% or less

Acetyl Pyrazine (05% PG) You do need to dilute it to around 4 drops in 6ml then use one drop of the dilution per 5ml of ejuice. Now you can see why it lasts forever. Its the bready and graham crackerish note you have been looking for . Its the ultimate enhancer for a graham cracker flavoring or even a popcorn flavoring as well as all types of cinnamon rolls,cakes,cookies etc.


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Flavour Art (FA):

Barley Malt 2%
Beer 5%
Butterscotch 3%
Caramel 2%
Catalan Cream 5%
Cherry Black 4%
Chocolate 2%
Cinnamon Ceylon 5%
Cocoa 5%
Coconut 10%
Coffee Espresso 2%
Cookie 10%
Green Tea 3%
Forest Fruit 15%
Hazelnut Toasted 2%
Hypnotic Mist 5%
Irish Cream 3%
Licorice flavor 4%
Mad Fruit (Red Bull)15%
Oba Oba 12% (mellow, smooth flavor)
White Peach - 12%
Vanilla Classic 3% (good to mix with other vanillas too)


NOTE: updated.
« Last Edit: October 01, 2013, 05:30:59 AM by junquedujour »

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Re: DIY flavoring starting points
« Reply #1 on: September 09, 2013, 06:30:41 AM »
Most of those %'s are ridiculous. You'd think that these people still have burnt taste cells.
Наша шатия на протяжении многих парение приобрела заметный зрелость на сфере сборки мебели. Я выполняем свою работу неплохо да во срок. У всех наших мастеров нет переводу кадровый инструмент да опыт работы по сборке с 5лет.

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Re: DIY flavoring starting points
« Reply #2 on: September 10, 2013, 06:46:48 AM »
heh. maybe YMMV should be added to fit the internet lingo times ... orOrOR maybe it should simply replace this:

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Please note that these are all recommendations from people on the thread and are not to be treated as gospel. They are just some suggestions and percentages that worked for them


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Re: DIY flavoring starting points
« Reply #2 on: September 10, 2013, 06:46:48 AM »

 



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