Blood Orange Champagne - VTA Flavour Notes

Tested @2% Diluted in 70/30 0 Nicotine

Tested on a RX200s with a Bonza 0.14 ohm dual coil Flaptons @ 130w. Manufacturers description –

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“A bubbly champagne flavour with a dash of blood orange. This is a

fantastic unique flavour profile to lead the way into beverage and alcohol styled e-liquid recipes.

This flavours versatile to use, and lends a champagne like mouthfeel note that’s infused by a clean

subtle citrus note from the blood orange. Great for making cocktail type recipes or adding depth to

existing fruit or e-juice recipes. This flavour pairs well alcohol flavours such as vodka and almost

every type of fruit and even candy recipes.”

SnV

This starts with a sweet and slightly juicy Blood Orange that is slightly artificial/Candy like, the Champagne comes through at the end of the vape and imparts a slightly dry mouthfeel, I don’t get any effervescence off this.7 Day steep

No change. That mouthfeel is slightly thin atm.

22 Day Steep

Slight increase in strength and mouthfeel.

The artificial/Candy like taste has now steeped out, this is a sweet and juicy Blood Orange with that Champagne coming through at the end of the vape, the Champagne is more of a mouthfeel and dryness than a Champagne flavour.

The mouthfeel is Juicy and quite full then becomes dry right at the end of the vape, I still don’t get any effervescence from this however others may experience this effect.

Suggested Usage

I’d use as a main note 3%-4%, Background 2%-3%, Accent 1%-2% and standalone at 4%- 8%.

VTA Recommend 2%-5% in a mix and Standalone 5%-9%


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