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Advice Making your own juice
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Making your own juice
Hey All, bought my own chemistry kit and a box of gloves of course Wink anywhoo my liquid has a great flavour but is a bit wetter/thinner than ones I have purchased from stores in the past, I have been using recipe generators online..... Any advice greatly appreciated

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15-03-2015 09:46 PM
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RE: Making your own juice
Hi and welcome Chris!

I used to be a chemist.

If it seems thin, up the percentage of VG and reduce the PG percentage.

If it's the flavour that seems thin, up the flavour percentage.

Depending on the device you are using - things like CE4's need around 50-60% PG - it is safe to go to 20% flavour and 80% VG which is where I start messing with mixes.

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15-03-2015 09:52 PM
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Thanks Don, im currently using a company called 'the alchemists cupboard' for my supplies aware of anymore ? 
15-03-2015 09:56 PM
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RE: Making your own juice
They are among the good guys.

What sort of flavours do you like?

It is worth taking a look through the recipes section here.

My ADV (AYV for that matter (All Year Vape)) is QC - it is a custardy vape. Take 16% Solubarome Vanilla flavour, 4% CCW cream flavour and add nic in VG and VG to 100%.

Shake it and vape it - it is ready that fast.

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15-03-2015 10:00 PM
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Honestly I'm looking for new exiting flavours Big Grin mixing is becoming a slight obsession haha 
15-03-2015 10:05 PM
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What sort of flavours do you prefer?

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I tend to stay along the fruity ones but I have seen in some shops flavours based on popular sweets, eg cola bottles , refreshers, drumstick lollies. Would be great to find those compounds (cheers for advice do far great help)
 
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RE: Making your own juice
Hi hammyvape. Welcome to TVF for fruit flavours I'm sure Don will agree you will find a good selection on http://www.cupcake-world.co.uk/ too. I find most are great at 20% but I have gone to 25% it really depends on your PG/VG ratio with a bit of experimentation you will find what works for you in time. Good

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16-03-2015 06:20 AM
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Another good place to look for flavours is http://www.soubarome.fr. It does help to be able to read French or Italian to use that site though. Most of their flavours are excellent and they have a section of vape safe flavours. They've just rearranged their website and like most web design refreshes I preferred the old site.

Avoid the Forest Fruits which is actually a raspberry flavour and needs to be mixed at way under 20%.

The Apple Crumble flavour is gorgeous at 80% VG and 20% flavour but do not add PG, the flavour becomes nasty with added PG.

The Brazilian coffee is lovely but let it steep for at least 3 weeks.

CCW Apple Crumble is nice but is more of an apple flavour unlike the Solubarome one where you can really taste the crumble.

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RE: Making your own juice
(16-03-2015 10:38 AM)Don Wrote:  Another good place to look for flavours is http://www.soubarome.fr. It does help to be able to read French or Italian to use that site though. Most of their flavours are excellent and they have a section of vape safe flavours. They've just rearranged their website and like most web design refreshes I preferred the old site.

Avoid the Forest Fruits which is actually a raspberry flavour and needs to be mixed at way under 20%.

The Apple Crumble flavour is gorgeous at 80% VG and 20% flavour but do not add PG, the flavour becomes nasty with added PG.

The Brazilian coffee is lovely but let it steep for at least 3 weeks.

CCW Apple Crumble is nice but is more of an apple flavour unlike the Solubarome one where you can really taste the crumble.

Don. soubarome changed there site Dodgy I've been slowly copying and pasting the content into a sort of copy of it so I could translate it all at once lol Bah Humbug Huh

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