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dmagicp

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This recipe uses Erythritol instead of sucralose as a sweetener. Erythritol adds a slight cooling effect way in the background that seems to really bring out the lemon peel and makes the strawberry crisp and fresh. It is also a sugar alcohol so it will have a slight bitterness to it until it has steeped for 24 hours.

(CAP) Juicy Lemon 4%
(FA) Lemon Sicily 2%
(CAP) Sweet Strawberry 3%
(FA) Red Touch Strawberry 2%
(TFA) Sour 2%
Erythritol Concentrate (Ecig Express) 2%

Steep for 24 hours.

This is so juicy and delicious that I cannot get enough.
 

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This sounds good! Making an order now for Erythritol Concentrate! Thanks for sharing!
 

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Sounds good! :) I live in the UK and TFA sour is hard to find if at all. Any suggestions?
 

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Thank you soo much. Do you know where l can get Inawera flavours from in particular Lemon cake?
Greetings :wave:

Personally I would order inawera flavours direct. Inawera winkel is the one I use. Original bottles and delivery is cheap anyway, they only take 4-5 days to arrive. None of the UK vendors seem to have a great selection of Inawera, even Chefs only recently started stocking shisha flavours.
 

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Personally I would order inawera flavours direct. Inawera winkel is the one I use. Original bottles and delivery is cheap anyway, they only take 4-5 days to arrive. None of the UK vendors seem to have a great selection of Inawera, even Chefs only recently started stocking shisha flavours.
Agreed the UK range is pitiful! Thank you for advice. Hello by the way:wave:
 

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Sounds good! Got it bookmarked, and will try it once I have all the ingredients to make it. Thanks for sharing!
 

Amour juice

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Thank you soo much. Do you know where l can get Inawera flavours from in particular Lemon cake?
Greetings :wave:
Becareful lemon cake is so strong it ruins recipes I have a bottle that would be wasted . I can ship small bottle in stead of u purchasing that will be wasted or last forever . I have Hics show me 10% dilution small in sz to use . That leaves a lot left
Let me know .
Karen
 

gingerbread

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Becareful lemon cake is so strong it ruins recipes I have a bottle that would be wasted . I can ship small bottle in stead of u purchasing that will be wasted or last forever . I have Hics show me 10% dilution small in sz to use . That leaves a lot left
Let me know .
Karen
Thank you Karen, that's most kind of you. I would love to take you up on your offer but l don't know what to do. Do you? I am new to mixing and posted a question for stand alone flavours. Lemon cake was one of them and the %age to use was given. But thank you for the advice.
 

Amour juice

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Thank you Karen, that's most kind of you. I would love to take you up on your offer but l don't know what to do. Do you? I am new to mixing and posted a question for stand alone flavours. Lemon cake was one of them and the %age to use was given. But thank you for the advice.
Well standalone for this one talk to hics he's expert like I went to its a tough one to say when I see in recipe I just do 1-2 drops that's it . But now I have my 10% dilution . 1% cake - 9 % pg. like I said it's extremely strong as is new ones were never use 10 ml bottles . So I'd rather split cost or offer some thing I have to one very new and trying . Where are you at . I can give my email -
[email protected]
I don't mind sending you a 4 ml I have several bottles that sz . Karen
 

gingerbread

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Well standalone for this one talk to hics he's expert like I went to its a tough one to say when I see in recipe I just do 1-2 drops that's it . But now I have my 10% dilution . 1% cake - 9 % pg. like I said it's extremely strong as is new ones were never use 10 ml bottles . So I'd rather split cost or offer some thing I have to one very new and trying . Where are you at . I can give my email -
[email protected]
I don't mind sending you a 4 ml I have several bottles that sz . Karen
Thank you:)
 

Heabob

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Becareful lemon cake is so strong it ruins recipes

You must be sensitive to that flavor as I used it at 3% stand alone and loved it.
And 1% mixed in with other things...
But a guy at work I made it for said it made him sneeze and his sinus acted up.
 

lirruping

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This recipe uses Erythritol instead of sucralose as a sweetener. Erythritol adds a slight cooling effect way in the background that seems to really bring out the lemon peel and makes the strawberry crisp and fresh. It is also a sugar alcohol so it will have a slight bitterness to it until it has steeped for 24 hours.

(CAP) Juicy Lemon 4%
(FA) Lemon Sicily 2%
(CAP) Sweet Strawberry 3%
(FA) Red Touch Strawberry 2%
(TFA) Sour 2%
Erythritol Concentrate (Ecig Express) 2%

Steep for 24 hours.

This is so juicy and delicious that I cannot get enough.
Magic,
This looks lovely and I'm excited to give it a try. I don't have CAP Juicy Lemon (have never tried it) but am planning to order soon. I have the idea from all reports that it's a mild candy lemon, with less of the tart aspect delivered by FA sicily or FE Lemon. Is this how you experience it? If so, I can see how it might be important for mellowing the citrus aspect. Then again, that 2% Sour brings its own punch, I bet... Thanks for the recipe and let me know what you think!
 

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If your in the UK a great place to get concentrates is vapable they do Capella,flavour art,pefumers apprentice,and inawera and any other brand you can think of.

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dmagicp

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Magic,
This looks lovely and I'm excited to give it a try. I don't have CAP Juicy Lemon (have never tried it) but am planning to order soon. I have the idea from all reports that it's a mild candy lemon, with less of the tart aspect delivered by FA sicily or FE Lemon. Is this how you experience it? If so, I can see how it might be important for mellowing the citrus aspect. Then again, that 2% Sour brings its own punch, I bet... Thanks for the recipe and let me know what you think!
I'm so sorry for taking so long to reply! I have been moving and I wasn't online. So, The Cap juicy lemon. To me it is like a sweet candy lemon that tends to start tasting like lemon pledge until it steeps. It is not really that sour to me. The FA sicily tastes good and is more like the rind of lemon like when you zest it on a dish using a microplane. I find that it needs something else along with it in a lemonade. I add the TFA Sour to make it tangy. But I have found with this recipe that over time, it starts to taste less like a lemonade and more like a lemon dessert so I mix it in small batches so I can vape it really quick. I hope this helps!
 

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I let this steep for a little more then a week and lets just say i guess theres a reason OP said 24 hours. Any longer...well...not so great.
 

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