Guanabana - FLV Flavour Notes


Tested @ 2%, diluted in 70/30 0Nic

Tested on a R200 Bonza dual coil 0.14ohm Flapton @ 100w

Manufacturer’s description – “This flavor is awesome. It came as a special request from a customer in Brazil and even though the name takes some practice, the flavor notes will be almost familiar as they blend some of the most pleasing tropical notes imaginable. This flavor can stand alone, or be used with other tropical cousins like cherimoya, jackfruit or its analog, soursop. Guanabana is synonymous with Soursop like apples to apples, but we have two distinct takes on this amazing flavor, so think of soursop as a red apple, and guanabana as a green apple. ”


Sweet and juicy tropical fruit, I am tasting notes of other fruits in this namely Pineapple, banana, Peach, Coconut and possibly Persimmon

7 day steep

Slight increase, this is sweet and juicy and tastes like a mix pineapple and apple with a very slight strawberry like hint, there is a slight tartness at the end of the vape that is almost peach like in taste with hints of citrus, this has a fleshy and slightly creamy mouthfeel reminiscent of coconut and banana

33 day steep

No change

Suggested usage

I’d use this a main 2%-3%, Background 1%-2%, Accent 0.25%-0.75%. Standalone 3%-4%.

I’d use this with Tropical fruit, Custards, Cream, Ice Cream, Vanilla, Dairy, Cakes, Caramel and some nuts.


This is a unique tropical fruit flavour; this is sweet and juicy with a nice thick mouthfeel. The taste is reminiscent of a Persimmon with hints of Pineapple, Strawberry, Apple and peach with a creamy banana/ coconut like mouthfeel.

This would be good to use as an accent/background in a tropical mix to add some complexity and depth. As a main flavour this would be suited to creams and custards as well as tropical fruit mixes for a unique twist on these profiles.

Flavorah recommended usage - Start at 1.5%


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