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Thread: How long to steep doublers and triplers?

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    How long to steep doublers and triplers?

    Hi,

    I have mixed a few doublers yesterday and have some triplers coming today and just wondering how long should I let them steep for?

    Sorry if this has been asked before.

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    Until they taste good

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    I leave my mixed doublers steeping for about a week some need longer though
    I find when they change colour its a good time to give them a try

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    Thanks, I'll leave them a week.

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    Does constant agitation speed things up?

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    I'm impatient. Shake and vape
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    Quote Originally Posted by ssstahly View Post
    I'm impatient. Shake and vape

    haha, I do give them a shake here and there

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    Quote Originally Posted by ssstahly View Post
    I'm impatient. Shake and vape
    I tend to do this as well, but the upside is if it initially tastes like crap, the next taste normally tastes better, this is usually about a week or two down the track. After the second taste and it's no good I bin it and I make reference in my notes so as to not waste time and money buying stuff you don't like
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    it depends on the juice - tobacco vapes take longer - fruits and sweets less time - ive also read that the bigger the bottle the longer the steep but i can't understand the logic to that -

    i like to give them a good shake - taste them fresh and then steep them for a while to see if there is an improvement - i find that generally the flavour is more pronounced after a steep

 

 

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