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(TPA) Quince


By: The Flavor Apprentice (TPA) - Buy Direct
Buy From: bcv gremlin wizard

Used in 312 recipes at an average of 1.02%.

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32 DIY E-Liquid Recipes found


Yogurt with cranberry, quince, and a touch of spice.

I find CAP Cranberry a little sweet, so I wanted to use it with a yogurt, rather than a cream base.

The TPA Quince is the perfect compliment to the Cranberry.
FLV Persimmon Spice is one of my favorites to add to fruit.

Tested on Pixie, 0.27 ohm, 45 watt

Cherimoya can have a different taste depending on their level of ripeness.
If it's still in it's green state it tastes exotic, sweet, tropical.
The longer it ripes, the more it becomes like a apple yogurt, almost like a apple bircherm├╝sli.
When ripe, a lot of people don't like the taste anymore.

In this recipe, i paired the fresh and tropical taste with VT Yellow Passion Fruit and VT Snakefruit to boost the tropical taste in Cherimoya.
I added FLV Wild Melon and TPA Quince to mellow it out and ad a bit of a watery mouthfeel.
But this recipe has a downside, you need to steep it for 3 days. Freshly mixed, the recipe vapes a bit harsh for my taste.
I use this recipe mostly in an MTL DotAio Setup.
It's just a simple tropical vape without overpowering your sense of smell for a long time

Trying to make a fruity custard with an ice cream note

Super simple recipe that makes the ultimate pear. The Flavor really comes thru no matter what pod/MTL device you are using.

Juicy and refreshing mix of quince and peach, great for a hot summer day. This duo creates a magical synergy. Juicy Peach by Capella is little bit of a underdog in the peach flavour realm. I prefer it over the others for the syrup like properties (the second one is the JF Honey Peach, different, but amazing). Think a peach ice tea without the tea. Quince give this mix another dimension. Double Apple is here to add more juiciness. Little bit of Dragonfruit for the bleeding.

It is a SnV, but give it at least 3 days for the peach and quince to calm down and blend.

Add sweetener or cooling agent of your choice and preference, SS by Cap works the best for me around 0.15% (1 drop/10 ml). I do not like cooling.

Tested on NarCA RDA, 42W, 0.3 Ohm, Framed Staple Ni80.

Nice simple Poached Pear recipe that can sure be a ADV. I love Molinberry Shape Up Pear and wanted to show how great this flavor is.
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This recipe was created on Interactive Mixing on the Diydownunder network.

Summertime Recipe
Tartness of Rhubarb, the fizzy goodness of VT Sherbet, combined with Quince to introduce some water.
Maltol and FLV Cream are used to simulate the smoothness of a creamy icecream.
If you like you can add just a touch of cooling if you like so

25k

I love 24k by ConcreteRiver because it's a very complex yet simple "build it yourself" mix. It's great as is but since it was a contest entry with restrictions, I decided to tinker with the top notes a bit. The overripe aspect plays really well with brighter top notes like Cranberry. It turns it almost into a combination of granny smith/golden delicious/red delicious. Very authentic apple taste. No candy here.

This recipe is an Exotic chewy candy recipe
Made on Live Mixing
-> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CvY9E0-osd0

Flavor Notes

By: CheebaSteeba Score: 85 / 100 Solo: 0.75% Mix: 0.5% Steep: 2 days Difficulty: 50 / 100

To me, if a Pear and an Apple had a baby, it's name would be Quince. TFA Did a really good job of nailing this fruity profile down. It's got that really soft pear sweetness, and a bit of brightness that you'd expect from an apple to really bring it to the front. Because of this, it sweetens a fruity profile wonderfully. This concentrate is VERY strong, very noticeable even when used at 0.25%. It can also easily overtake a mix, so you'll typically want to use a light touch when mixing with it.


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