Hibiscus Candy (SC) - WF Flavour Notes

Hibiscus Candy (SC)

Tested @1.5%, Diluted in 70/30 0 Nicotine

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

Manufacturers Description “Hibiscus is known to be one of the most sweet-smelling flowers there is, it’s used to create tea as well as rich and delightful candy! Satisfy your candy cravings, try our hibiscus candy flavour!”


Sweet red berry that is bright with a light floral note

14 Day steep

Slight candy like stickiness on the end, the floral has picked up a little but is still quite light

21 Day steep

The candy has picked up in taste along with the red berries the floral has reduced to become a mild background note

28 Day steep

No change

Suggested Usage

I’d use this 0.25%-0.5% as an accent, 0.5%-1% as a background flavour, 1%-2% as the main note. If you wanted this as a standalone flavour I’d suggest 2%-4%.

I’d use with Fruits especially red berries, Candy, Creams, Vanilla, Beverage and some florals


This is a brighter and sweeter hibiscus than the Capella version, the floral is also a lot milder, used as an accent paired with red berries this should push them towards a jam/jelly. The red berry part of this is also more forward than Capella’s Hibiscus.

The sweetness and sticky mouthfeel is what defines this as a candy and not a fresh hibiscus.



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