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    Getting that tangyness

    I recently tried some VM Feisty Fruits, and whilst it has grown on me, I would like to make something different but similar DIY. One thing I cant seem to workout is the tangy taste in this juice. Anyone got an idea on what it may be ? to me, this juice tastes like fruit tingles - it's the tingle part I'm looking for.
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    Possibly a bit of Soda concentrate, or tart & sour?

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    Cheers Davee - which brand ?




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    Good question Altered .... One that's been lurking in the back of my mind for a couple of weeks now, but haven't gotten around to it yet.
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    bump because the new post button is broken




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    Tart and sour is by Lorann. You could pinch some citric acid out of the pantry too. Make a roughly 10% solution using 1 gm of crystals to 9mL of PG or VG. Heat the bottle in a jug of boiling water and shake at regular intervals until the crystals dissolve. Another alternative is Malic acid. Same ratio, same procedure. Have fun playing with it and let us know how you get on!
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    Thanks Mrsg!

    I'm sure the wife has some citric acid crystals somewhere... if not I can get to my local cake shop for the LA flavour will do
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    update

    I tried the citric acid crystals at 10%, then upped to 20% then stopped measuring as I added more... I mixed this into 5ml VG then added 50/50 to a fruitmix

    No noticeable tang or taste at all.

    I think I'll get some tart and sour
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    Quote Originally Posted by Altered1 View Post
    Cheers Davee - which brand ?
    Sorry I missed this. I blame the faulty New Post button! lol The Soda I have is Flavour Art I think, purchased from EcigSa, and as MrsG says. The Tart & Sour is Lorann.

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    Altered,
    Done the same thing myself last week when this was mentioned ........ same result LOL
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