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Basil
FLV Basil Vape Juice Flavor

Basil

Your Price: $5.49
Product ID:10760

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Basil flavoring concentrate formulated from the ground up for vape manufacturing and creating DIY ejuice recipes. 

Ripe basil leaf, anise notes. This flavor is fresh and vivid like a caprese salad served in the shade of a Mediterranean villa.

Usage Rate: 0.50 – 5.00%
5 Stars
ms
tested at .5% on a recurve RDA at 40 and 60 watts. This is a SPOT on basil bright vegital with that amazing basil spice note on the exhale. I have used this in places that i would have used mint and it works to create a really different flavor profile that I enjoy. I have used it in a can apple cocktail, a lemon pound cake and in a blood orange citrus ice cream. it created an unexpected back note in this mixes that I really enjoyed.
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Reviewed by:  from NJ . on 11/22/2018
5/5
5 Stars
Nice change
A little bit minty. This is perfect for those who need a break from fruit and desserts. Also, a good change from spearmint. Gives a nice "organic" taste.
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Reviewed by:  from Utah. on 11/20/2018
5/5
5 Stars
Fresh
This basil is a super fresh version of basil. The only way I can explain it is if you go out to a garden and chew on a freshly picked leaf. It’s basil, bright, flavorful, and wait for it...a bit minty. Not Minty in th sense of the herb minty, but A cooling finish. It’s one heck of a way to add a different feeling on the exhale
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Reviewed by: (Verified Buyer)  from Wayne, NJ. on 6/18/2018
5/5
5 Stars
Novice Mixer
Holy Freakin' Toledo! I was SHOCKED at the wonderful taste of Basil. Fresh, slightly black-licorice. I was not expecting what I got, and I can guarantee I'll toss this in with some Cucumber and drift away. Absolutely beautiful!
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Reviewed by:  from Fort Collins. on 12/23/2017
5/5
4 Stars
Interesting
This flavor will definitely not be everyone's cup of tea. It's very earthy and herbal, which makes sense since it's an herb. What I find it useful for is adding an earthy or "green" note to fruits. So essentially you can take a fruit that isn't very authentic, add this to it and have it result in a more natural/realistic fruit flavor. I recommend starting very low with this. I personally use it at 0.25% -1%. It also goes well with mint.
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Reviewed by:  from Ohio. on 12/20/2017
4/5