Pink Fruit - FLV Flavour Notes

Pink Fruit

Tested @ 3%, diluted in 70/30 0Nic

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

Manufacturer’s description – “Inspired by the fruit base from a soft drink, it is a blend of fruits that can best be described as "Pink". This flavor has a dusted sweetness to it and blends well with any other bright fruit but also perfect with flavors like Lemonade, Cherimoya, Peach, Citrus Soda, Candy Roll, Etc.

SnV

Very light generic red berries that are unidentifiable at the moment due to the light flavour

7 day steep

Increase in strength. This is a sweet mix of fruits that are mainly berries, I am getting notes of Strawberries, Raspberries with a hint of Pink Guava at the end along with a slight tartness

14 day steep

No change

21 day steep

No change

35 day steep

No change

Suggested usage

I’d use as a main 3%-4%, Background 2%-3%, Accent 1.5%-2%

I’d use with Fruit, Creams, Beverage, Vanilla, Floral, Alcohols

Summary

This is quite light for a Flavorah flavour, I’d use up to 4% in a recipe to place this as a main flavour, you may even be able to push this slightly higher to 5%, if using with other strong flavours, although this is more of a standalone %.

To me this is a mix of Red/Pink fruits, mainly Strawberry, Raspberry and Pink Guava like the base mix of a pink lemonade. including a light tartness at the end this will be good for red fruit creams as well as fruit and beverage mixes.

Flavorah recommended usage – Start at 2%. Usage range 2%-5%


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