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    Mixing ratios and flavor options

    Hi guys.

    I am looking to find/download a form that shows the mixing ratios for certain strength of juices.....

    I am also gettin my father on the ecig aswell and he is a menthol 2mg smoker and am wonderin what and where I can get a "menthol cigarette" flavor from.

    I use VG, VG (48mg) and PG plus flavor in my mixes.

    Cheers,
    Shaun
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    Flavouring percentages

    FlavourArt - Some of their flavors are very strong while others are average in strength, and have overall been reviewed as good quality. They taste more realistic and natural than other companies, many flavors have an Italian style to them, and unlike most companies they are not innately sweet. A full list of flavors and safety information here. Sometimes FlavourArt seems to take a little extra time to fully diffuse through the final solution, probably because it's so concentrated

    Koolada 1 drop per ml. 10 for 10ml bottle.
    Sucralose Sweetener about 1-3 drops per 10mL.
    FlavourArt average strength needed: 2-15%
    Apple Pie 5% 4/5
    Spicy Cinnamon Candy: ?%, 1/5
    Butterscotch: 10-15%, 5/5
    Cappuccino: 10-15%, 5/5
    Cherry: 10-15%, 5/5
    Chocolate: 5-10%, 5/5
    Citrus Mix: 10-15%, 5/5
    Cocoa: ~5%, 5/5
    Coconut: 5-10%, 5/5
    Cookie 10%
    Concord Grape: 10-15%, 5/5
    Cookie: 5-10%, 5/5 <-- Recommended for combining with other flavors, not standalone.
    Mango: ~10%, 5/5
    Panettone: 5-10%, 4/5
    Pear: 10-15%, 5/5
    Peppermint: 5~%, ?/5
    Pineapple: ~10%, 5/5
    Strawberry: 10-15%, 5/5
    Vienna Cream: 5-10%, 5/5
    Whipped Cream: ~15%, 4.5/5 <-- Recommended for combining with other flavors, not standalone.
    From Flavourart representative... regarding FA starting test percentages.
    Tobacco 2%?
    Fruits 3-4%?
    Warm (chocolate, vanilla, maple caramel ) 5%?
    Perique Black 1%
    Cuban Supreme 2%
    Dark Vapure 2.5%
    Mellow Sunset 2%
    Burley 3%
    Latakia 2%
    RY4 3%
    Virginia 2%
    Maxboro Ultimate 2%
    Cowboy blend 1%
    Camel Ultimate 2%
    Shade 2%
    Desert Ship Blend 1%
    Anise 1%
    Apple Pie 3-5%
    Barley Malt 2%
    Beer 5%
    Black Cherry 3-4%
    Blackberry 1%
    Bread at 1-2%
    Butterscotch 3% Butterscotch: 10-15%, 5/5
    Caramel 2%
    Catalan Cream 5%
    Cherry: 10-15%, 5/5
    Chocolate: 5-10%, 5/5 Chocolate 2% Chocolate 4%, 5/5
    Cinnamon Ceylon 5% Cinnamon Ceylon 3%
    Citrus Mix: 10-15%, 5/5
    Cocoa: ~5%, 5/5
    Coconut: 5-10%, 5/5
    Concord Grape: 10-15%, 5/5
    Cookie: 5-10%, 5/5 <– Recommended for combining with other flavors, not standalone.
    Coffee 1%
    Coffee Espresso 2%
    Cappuccino: 10-15%, 5/5
    Custard 2-5% (davee) Nice!
    Green Tea 3%
    Hazelnut 2% (~4%), 5/5
    Hypnotic Mist 5%
    Irish Cream 3%
    Licorice 4%
    Mad Fruit (Red Bull)15%
    Mango: ~10%, 5/5
    Maple Syrup 2%
    Marshmallow 2-5% (davee)
    Menthol 3%
    Nut Mix 3%
    Oba Oba 7-10%
    Panettone: 5-10%, 4/5
    Pear: 10-15%, 5/5
    Peppermint: 3-5~%, ?/5
    Pineapple: ~10%, 5/5
    Spearmint 3%
    Spicy Cinnamon Candy: ?%, 1/5
    Strawberry 2% Strawberry: 10-15%, 5/5
    Tiramisu 4% Tiramisu 3% (5-8%), 5/5
    Torrone 4%, 5/5
    Vanilla 2%, 5/5
    Vanilla Bourbon 5%
    Vanilla Classic 2%
    Vanilla Tahity 10%
    Vienna Cream 10% Vienna Cream: 5-10%, 5/5
    Whipped Cream: ~15%, 4.5/5 <– Recommended for combining with other flavors, not standalone.
    RY4 20 -25%
    Zen Garden 5%
    Yoghurt 6%
    Watermelon at 5-9%

    Perfumer's Apprentice average strength needed: 5-15%
    Almond Amaretto: 5-10%, 5/5
    Apple: 10-15%, 4.5/5
    Black Cherry: 5-15%, 5/5
    Bittersweet (Choc): 10-15%, 4/5
    Caramel: 10-15%, 5/5
    Caramel Candy: 15-20%, 5/5
    Cheesecake: 5-15%, 2/5
    Chocolate: 10-15%, 5/5
    Cinnamon Red Hots: 5-10%, 5/5
    Coconut Extra: ~10%, 5/5
    Coffee 8% Davee
    Cotton Candy: 10-20%, 5/5
    Graham Cracker: 10-15%, 5/5 - This flavor recommended for combining with others.
    Lime (oil-based): 1-5%, 4/5
    Milk Chocolate: 20%, 4/5
    Peanut Butter: 10-15%, 5/5
    Pear: 10-15%, 4.5/5
    Pizza: ~5%, 5/5
    Plum: 5-10%, 4/5
    Strawberry (Davee) 2-5% 5/5 3% ideal on it's own
    Sweet Cream: 2%, 4/5 - This flavor recommended for combining with others.
    Tangerine (oil-based): 1-5%, 5/5
    Tobbaco Absolute (TA): <1%
    Vanilla Bourbon: 10-15%, 4.5/5
    Waffle: 20%, 5/5
    Watermelon 10%
    White Chocolate: (davee) 2-5% 4/5
    Wintergreen: 20%, 5/5 Sickly at this.. %10 max I think
    PA Sucralose Sweetener: 2%+, 4.5/5

    Capella - Capella average strength needed: 10-20%
    French Toast strength needed: 15-20%, 5/5

    Awards Section
    When multiple brands carry a popular, similar flavor, people want to know which one to buy. There is no REAL best when it comes to flavor, this is just a recommendation.

    French Vanilla (ice cream-like): 1) PA French Vanilla 2) LorAnn Bavarian Creme
    Creamy Vanilla: 1) Capella Vanilla Custard 2) PA Vanilla Bean Ice Cream / Vanilla Custard
    True Vanilla: 1) FA's Vanillas 2) PA Vanilla Bourbon
    Chocolate Flavor: 1) Capella Double Chocolate 2) FA Cocoa / Chocolate 3) Tasty Puff Chocolate
    Coffees: FA / PA
    Toffee: 1) LorAnn English Toffee 2) PA English Toffee
    Caramel: 1) PA Caramel Candy 2) FA Caramel
    Honey: 1) Seedman's Honey 2) FA Honey
    Cinnamon (Candy-like): PA Cinnamon RedHots
    Cinnamon (Bakery): PA / FA Cinnamon, LA Cinnamon Oil (strongest)
    Cheesecake: LorAnn Cheesecake
    Licorice/Anise: PA / FA
    Tobacco: Varies - Seedman's / PA / FA
    Cherry (none are that great): 1) Seedman / FA Cherry 2) PA Black Cherry / Maraschino Cherry
    Watermelon: 1) TastyPuff (fruit) 2) FA/PA (fruit-like) 3) LorAnn (candy-like)
    Mint: 1) LorAnn Creme de Menthe 2) PA / FA



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    got that courtesy of Davee (thanks heaps mate i've really found it useful)

    when you buy flavour concentrates you should be able to get a mint/menthol concentrate to mix into your juices for pops

    i really love vaping cobra for their extensive selection of concentrates and raw ingredients. Juicewhore.com is also good. People also recommend vape king's concentrates (google for the websites)

    welcome and congrats on quitting smoking.



    I don't need squat for ages, i just went shopping.
    $1197.61 Spent on Vaping so far, stocked up for 2 years @ 4ml/per day.

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    Wow samtron. You legend!!!

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    honest i didn't do it! just shared it. Davee was the legend who shared it with me. would love to claim credit though...lol *dislocates shoulder patting himself on the back*
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    I don't need squat for ages, i just went shopping.
    $1197.61 Spent on Vaping so far, stocked up for 2 years @ 4ml/per day.

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    Some very serious and useful information in this post regardless of who compiled it. Should be a stiky!
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    Flavor/Perfumer's Apprentice Peach (Juicy) 5 - 7 %. Let it steep 3 days at least. Very fruity and smooth, tastes like very ripe peach.
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    Thanks.... Will have a look at the site now

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    i,d like to add/update;
    flavout apprentice dk is weak at4% in 100%vg just right at5% 59/50 pg/vg.
    falvour art desert ship just right at 2.5% and this is very sensitive. way strong ar 3% and a little weak.at 2%.
    virginia is just right at 2.5%.
    maple syrup is nice at 1.5% but dominates other flavours at anything more than 0.1%.
    jamacia rum adds bite at 1%.
    raisin adds a warm sweetnes and ambiguous flavour at 1%.
    holliday spice is horribly overpowering at anything more than 0.01%.
    flue cured is horribly metalic at any strength.
    i will.add more later
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    opps i made a mistake. maple syrup overpowers other flavours at anything more than 0.5%

 

 
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