Welcome to this weeks episode. I still haven’t found enough time to finish my flavourart tobacco overview video and since I didn’t want to leave a 2 week gap between my uploads. I decided to dig in to my personal recipes book and share yet another simple but full of flavor eliquid. So this is today’s recipe the forest green Tea. I used to make this recipe very often when I had a small of bottle of flavorah’s green tea on hand as a sample. It was the only recipe I could make it taste good without being too floral and overpowering everything else with a mild grass like flavor. I couldn’t find any strawberry potent enough to cover so Flavourarts forest fruit seemed to be the only flavor from the ones I had at the time that could pair well with this green tea flavor. So after this short intro, here is the recipe too. It uses flavorahs green tea at only 1.5% together with 3% of forest fruit. This combo has enough flavor as is but if you want add even more then start but raising each flavor by 0.5% at a time. And last there is a flavor from my last boosters video, TFA’s quince. This works really good in this recipe even at 0.75% but I just ended up round it to 1%. In any case quinch works well here as an accent to add a mild sweetness and some extra mouthfeel to the very light tasting almost flat like tea and fruit flavor combination. All together this sits at only 5.5% of total flavot without sweetener which I would recommend adding but that’s up to you. And now if you don’t have any of these flavors for this recipe, I made another recipe with flavors I think are a little more common. So here is the alternative version too. It uses tfa’s green tea which is a little darker tasting than the flavorah but still works. Then capellas harvest berry is the main fruit of this recipe which is similar to forest fruit since it is also slightly sour and not that sweet of a flavor. And last is flavourarts pear because again I think more people would have this one over quince. For steeping give any of the recipes at least 3 days of steeping and that should be enough. Now as for nicotine, these are light or no nicotine recipes so if you doo decide to add some try to not go higher than 6mg/ ml.
If you make any of the recipes here or for anything else leave your thoughts in the comments. Happy Canada day tomorrow and also happy 4th of July for all of you in the states. Thank you for watching and I’ll see you next weekend.