Fizzy Sherbet - VTA Flavour Notes
Tested @2% 70/30 0Nic. Bonza 0.14 dual Ni80 Flaptons on VV Pulse.
“fizzy sherbet flavour that is the ultimate mixing companion for making ordinary fruits turn sherbet. This flavour works wonders for all citrus fruits such as lime, orange, mandarin, lemon, grapefruit and many more. This flavour will spruce up any boring recipe and give it that zing note of burst and tang mouth feel you’d expect from a fizzy sherbet flavour Ideally this can be mixed as a stand-alone, however it’s best performances will shine in a mix. This is definitely a must have anyone seeking to make sherbet style ejuice flavours”
A juicy candy Lemon no 'fizz'.
This tastes a lot like Lemon Drops candy with a slight powdery dryness at the end, reminiscent of Dip-dab Sherbet candy. Although others seem to experience an effervescent like quality from this as low as 1% I don't get this from this flavour as a Single Flavour.
The lemon flavour has faded slightly but that slight lemon drop candy and powdery dryness is still there.
Use at 2%-4% for a primary note, 1%-2% for a background/accent flavour, however at this % that lemon flavour will fade slightly. Stand-alone use 5%-8%.
Use this where you would want a Candy Lemon, should go well in soda type recipes and will pair well with lemonade, cola, should also pair well with other citrus fruits such as Lemon, Lime, Orange etc.
Use with other Candy's or to create candy flavours, if you're one of the fortunate people that experiences a slight effervescence, also use to add 'fizz' to mixes.
VTA recommend in a Mix 2%-4% and Stand-alone:5-10%