R24.50 Incl. VAT
This 10ml bottle of Loco Flavours Apple concentrated flavour is water soluble and contains natural & artificial flavours suspended in propylene glycol and water.
Dane – December 2, 2016
Mixed at 5%, 30/70 (PG/VG), 0 mg
This is a great apple flavour and very tasty as a single flavour. I am leaning towards more of a hard candy like flavour than an actual apple or juice type. I get a great sour note upfront which I quite enjoy.
Recommend to a friend? Yes
Rating: 4 / 5
ryantheologo – December 1, 2016
Mixed at 3%-6% 70/30 3mg
Tested in Tfv8 Q2 and Melo 3 Mini 0.3Ohm-0.4Ohm 30W-45W
It’s quite an authentic Apple flavour, there is not synthetic aftertaste.
The initial taste is a very slight tartness followed a sweet apple note.
At 6% it can work as a standalone but lacks the depth to be an ADV. It will work very well in a mix as either dominate flavour or as a base. I mixed it with koolada and again with Dragonfruit with good results (6% and 5% respectively)
Recommended Percentages: As a standalone 6% will give you a good fruit hit. As a blend 2-3% should be fine for most recipes.
Rating: 4 out of 5 very versatile and will not overpower you other fruits
Recommend to friends: Yes, it does what it says on the label.
richjohn – November 16, 2016
Mixed at 3%, 6% and 8% in 60:40 VG/PG base with no nic
Tested in Velocity and Recoil clone drippers, dual Ni80 coils at 0.35-0.4Ω and at 30, 40, 45 and 50W
Notes: if you are looking for a crisp, tart, in-yer-face Granny Smith apple, this is not the concentrate you want. My initial cream test (two drops of the concentrate in a spoonful of whipped cream) suggested a dark red and softer Star King type of apple and that is how it vapes too. This is not green Fizz Pop candy apple, it aims to be authentic and does a very passable job of it. There are no sour or acidic notes in this at all, just the mild and mellow sweetness of Golden Delicious or Star King apple juice. I didn’t detect any off notes or perfume/chemical character. For me, it is a moderately appealing flavour but too subdued and sweet to be a standalone. However, it should shine in the more usual role of apple juice as a sweetener/blender in fruit juice mixes, or a key ingredient in ciders and apple pies.
Recommended percentage: I wouldn’t go over 5% standalone. I sampled as high as 8% but developed a slight headache after extended vaping at that percentage, which is always a sign that I’ve overdone the flavour strength. I expect this flavour will be more commonly used around 1% to smooth and sweeten fruit juice blends.
Rating: 3/5 as a standalone, 4/5 as a versatile mixer
Recommend to a friend: as a versatile blending ingredient, definitely. Just don’t expect it to be a single-flavour ADV.
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