Watermelon by Cloud Corporation
By far one of the most popular flavours in not only the vaping world, but the world of flavour at large; watermelon is a tropical fruit with a distinct and sweet flavour. Used for the likes of sweets along with ice lollies as well as a plethora of beverages over the years, it’s one of those flavours that virtually everyone has tried at some point, even if they’ve never tried actual watermelon!
When it comes to vaping it’s often combined with the likes of menthol/mint or other fruits, particularly strawberry, it’s easy to understand why it’s so popular as it goes so well with other popular flavours.
Ingredients: Natural and Artificial Flavours, Propylene Glycol and/or Vegetable Glycerine.
The concentrated flavours on sale are provided by local and international flavour companies engaged in the sale of flavour concentrates for many years. There are 100’s of food grade flavours but the flavours we sell have specifically been found to be excellent in Eliquid applications and our range expands constantly while new flavours are being developed and tested.
All concentrated flavours are water-soluble and in Propylene Glycol (PG) or distilled water depending on flavour type and contains no Diacetyl, Acetoin, Acetyl, Propionyl, 2-3 Hexanedione, 2-3 Heptanedione, or Diacetyl Trimmer which are often used as Diacetyl equivalents. All flavours are Food Grade.
All Flavours are free of toxic ingredients, comply with FAO/WHO directives and manufactured under strict sanitary conditions. We hold a Certificate of Analysis for each flavour and this is available upon request as a PDF file, also all our products come with appropriate labeling. No responsibility can be accepted for any consequences of its use or misuse.
When crafting a recipe, it is advisable to start with 5% of the total volume being mixed, especially for fruity flavours.
It is advisable to start with 2-5% for minty, menthol and tobacco flavors. However, some flavors are stronger then others and are also influenced by the device being used, e.g. sub-ohm devices operate at higher temperatures then POD devices, therefore, sub-ohm typically require less flavour concentrates than POD devices which may require percentages as much as 13% of the total volume prepared.
E-liquids contain Propylene Glycol (PG), Vegetable Glycerin (VG), Flavor Concentrates, Distilled Water and optional Liquid Nicotine.
PG/VG Ratios of mixing and other variables can be set using/downloading DIY calculators from the web, we recommend starting with 0% nicotine for flavour testing, adding desired flavour and nicotine using these calculators.
A PG/VG Ratio of 50/50 is recommended for POD devices whilst 60/40 or 70/30 is recommended for sub-ohm devices. PG acts as the flavour carrier whilst VG is responsible for the vapour production, the higher the PG level, the less flavour concentrate percentages will be required.
Steeping is the process of letting the ejuice rest for a period of time to improve the flavor of the juice. This is very much like letting good wine age. There are numerous ways to steep and everyone has a different way to do it. Though two things are required for proper steeping: patience and experimentation. Ejuice is a mixture of ingredients, when freshly made or stored on shelf for an extended period of time, the denser component may separate and sink to the bottom. When shaking the bottle during steeping, you are homogenizing the mixture. Steeping times can be accelerated by Eliquid hot baths or an Ultrasonic cleaner with heat function.
When to steep?
Steeping aims to improve the flavor of your juice. If you already love the ejuice as is after mixing, then there is no need to steep. Vape away. However, steeping tends to change the flavor of the juice for the better. So if the flavor is not to your liking or you are curious how your juice may change after steeping, experiment a little can improve the flavor of your juice.
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