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Heating & Steeping Juices, your thoughts?
25-02-2013, 10:20 PM
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RE: Heating & Steeping Juices, your thoughts?
please report back on how you get on, some of them sound lovely

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03-03-2013, 07:51 PM
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RE: Heating & Steeping Juices, your thoughts?
(25-02-2013 10:20 PM)Sav Wrote:  please report back on how you get on, some of them sound lovely

My initial trials with the CCW flavours are not too good, but there is hope.

The flavourings are with the exception of a few, weak compared to other brands, their flavour is good though. As the flavours are 1/3 the price of other manufacturers, even doubling the flavouring would be worthwhile.

I have gone back to the juices i had mixed and put 50% extra flavouring in, will let you know how they turn out.
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03-03-2013, 08:41 PM
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RE: Heating & Steeping Juices, your thoughts?
Thanks for letting me know gillas, I'm still very much on the hunt for my all day vape so following other peoples journeys is really interesting for me.

I still havent got round to mixing my own custard yet, but did buy a 10ml bottle of DV pre mix custard and have to say its rather nice, not as sweet as GVC but I am liking it.

Keep up the good work, and the reports Big Grin

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23-03-2013, 10:30 PM (This post was last modified: 23-03-2013 10:32 PM by gillas.)
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RE: Heating & Steeping Juices, your thoughts?
So far my findings with the CCW flavours are:

Apple Intense Flavour - very strong Crisp juicy Golden delicious flavour when used at 20%

Banana Intense Flavour - a good authentic banana flavour, Would only use at 10 to 12% if combining with other flavours

Caramel Toffee Intense Flavour - Nice flavour but weak had to mix at 25% to get a strong enough taste - needs to steep at least a week (would leave 2 or 3)

Chocolate Intense Flavour - can definitely taste a chocolate taste in the background, but not a true chocolate taste more a cocoa type taste and not strong - maybe just me - mixed it with Vanilla custard (10%) at 15% and a nice change but would guess other brand Chocolate flavours may be better.

Cream Intense Flavour - very intense only use sparingly ( i mix 1.5% in Vanilla Custard with 1% DDL and 1% EM.

Custard Intense Flavour - weak flavour, nice taste but from my current trials you could not put enough of this in any mix - will never overpower anything!. Has anyone tried foodieflalvours.com flavouring especially the custard one?)

Strawberry Intense - nice authentic Strawberry flavour i would suggest 10 to 15% with other flavour or 20% on own.

Vanilla Intense Flavour - no a classic, just a standard vanilla, i actually prefer the Dr Oetker from Tesco's (Yet to try Nielson Massey Vanilla Extract i have bought)
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