Just a quick note, to say thank you for all the love and support each of you have given not just my site, but me! It really means a lot.. <3 I hope everyone has a good weekend, love your significant other, spend time with your family.. and if youRead More →

Another subject I really need to touch on is how to steep, age or blend your eliquid/juice. I see all sorts of methods from shakers, frothers, ultrasonics and more. This is a big no, just do not do that. It is not needed! You can push ultra concentrates like Flavorah way too farRead More →

I was asked by a friend Jason, to explain how to create a recipe using Flavorah. I know I have discovered that if I keep the ingredients low, my recipe will taste even better. There are more ins and outs with Flavorah flavors.These flavors of ours have a few points:Read More →

Solo Taste Testing, What is it? Obviously, it is one flavor, taken from low to high. Depending on what manufacture and since this site is all about Flavorah! Let’s stick to the topic. Just a fiy: this method will work for any flavor manufacture. I dare you to try it.Read More →

Taken from one of my notes (at work): Every concentrated flavor is a mixture of raw materials, and every flavor blend can act differently. For example flavors that have a vanilla characteristic are going to have slightly different storage capabilities than fruit flavors. Here’s the reason : vanilla and caramel flavorsRead More →

Testing solo flavors can be challenging! Only if you are unsure of a manufacture or a new flavor, you might find yourself wondering, how to come up with what kind of measurement. First, lets chat on how:  volume (%) vs weight (g). Volume is pretty easy… measuring cups, syringes, oralRead More →

I have had a few people asking me, Smoky, just how do I put in my recipe to calculators like “ELR” and even I have had issues, so here is the revived tutorial from the old site. First, I picked out a recipe from here, using my drops and grams, DjarumRead More →

I run across this at least a few times a day, flavor overload. What is it? It’s when you do not do solo tast testing, starting from low flavor and raise it up. Keep notes on what you taste, when and where and even equipment matters. When you guess atRead More →