Pistachio - FLV Flavour Notes


Tested @2.4%, Diluted in 70/30 0 Nicotine

Tested on a RX200s with a Bonza 0.14 ohm dual coil Flaptons @ 130w

Manufacturers Description “Creamy pistachio meat after you crack open the shell and suck off the salt. This pistachio is not overly dry at its recommended 2-3% but can get drier and distort at high concentrations because it is not sweet as a standalone. This flavor is a great added dimension for many dairy and savory blends, including tobacco.”


Slightly dry nut, with a mild sweetness, this tastes like a Pistachio but needs a longer steep.

6 Day steep

No Change

15 day steep

This is very strong; this tester is almost at the limit of this before off notes start to creep in.

This is a very realistic Pistachio flavour, this tastes like a freshly shelled pistachio, it is slightly sweet and dry but not overly so, there is a slight green note in the background along with a very mild roasted flavour, however I believe this wouldn’t be noticeable at lower concentrations or in a mix.

It has the mouthfeel of eating a Pistachio.

Pushed higher this would become very dry and the roasted note would become more pronounced however it would also take over a mix.

Suggested Usage

I’d use as a main flavour at 0.75%-1.5%, A Background at 0.25%-0.75%, accent at 0.1%-0.25% and Standalone at 1.5%-2.5%.

I’d use this with other Nuts, Creams, Ice Creams, Custards, Bakery, Tobaccos, fruits, Mints and Chocolates.

I would only use the higher mix % when using other strong concentrates otherwise you risk it dominating your mix.

Flavorah Recommend 2%-3%.


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