Pink Fruit - FLV Flavour Notes
Tested @ 3%, diluted in 70/30 0Nic
Tested on a R200 Bonza dual coil 0.14ohm Flapton @ 100w
Manufacturer’s description – “Inspired by the fruit base from a soft drink, it is a blend of fruits that can best be described as "Pink". This flavor has a dusted sweetness to it and blends well with any other bright fruit but also perfect with flavors like Lemonade, Cherimoya, Peach, Citrus Soda, Candy Roll, Etc. “
Very light generic red berries that are unidentifiable at the moment due to the light flavour
7 day steep
Increase in strength. This is a sweet mix of fruits that are mainly berries, I am getting notes of Strawberries, Raspberries with a hint of Pink Guava at the end along with a slight tartness
14 day steep
21 day steep
35 day steep
I’d use as a main 3%-4%, Background 2%-3%, Accent 1.5%-2%
I’d use with Fruit, Creams, Beverage, Vanilla, Floral, Alcohols
This is quite light for a Flavorah flavour, I’d use up to 4% in a recipe to place this as a main flavour, you may even be able to push this slightly higher to 5%, if using with other strong flavours, although this is more of a standalone %.
To me this is a mix of Red/Pink fruits, mainly Strawberry, Raspberry and Pink Guava like the base mix of a pink lemonade. including a light tartness at the end this will be good for red fruit creams as well as fruit and beverage mixes.
Flavorah recommended usage – Start at 2%. Usage range 2%-5%