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Honey Bee
FLV Honey Bee Vape Juice Flavor

Honey Bee

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Honey Bee flavoring concentrate formulated from the ground up for vape manufacturing and creating DIY ejuice recipes. We were inspired by several threads on /r/DIY_ejuice to come out with a honey flavor that had the notes of real honey, straight from the bees' knees. Where is the honey that Baloo sings about in the Jungle Book; or that wild honey that John the Baptist ate in the desert with his crunchy locusts?   

Unlike the warmer desert honey notes in our Milk and Honey flavor, this a floral honey.  It is flower nectar, condensed down into a sweet and fruit friendly pitch. This flavor stands out at surprisingly low concentration:  start at 3% or add <2% to a fruit meddle.  Regardless of how you use it, it will bee a brilliant and very distinct flavor note.  The result, in all humbleness is pure VAPE MAGIC!  


4 Stars
Powerful stuff
I will say this is a great tasting honey the down side is that I can't seem to use more than 1 drop per 15 mls without it taking over the batch. I enjoy it in a mix but it has to be a large one or it'll be all you taste. Slightly sweet and some floral tones.
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Reviewed by:  from Seaside. on 5/21/2016
4/5
4 Stars
DaMomma
Wonderful as a floral honey flavoring in a mix, but I can't use more than 0.5% in any batch of ejuice. It's extremely concentrated.
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Reviewed by:  from Granbury. on 4/4/2016
4/5
5 Stars
Honey is hard
Honey is apparently a hard favor to do. FLV Honey is the only one I have found that wont steep out to piss. Its a bit floral and super strong, 0.25% or less for most uses.
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Reviewed by:  from Ma. on 11/23/2018
5/5
5 Stars
ms
tested at .5% on a recurve RDA at 40 and 60 watts. To me this is a light bright top note floral syrup honey. It does remind me a bit of honeysuckle. it is perfect for certain niche applications that you want to add that light bright honey note but don't want the off notes that some honey flavors can add to a mix. I have used as high a 1.5% depending on what I was mixing it with. For fruits, light teas and lighter floral I would keep under 1% for bolder heavier denser flavors you may be able to take it up above 1% ( but in those cases i have used FLV milk and honey) I have mixed this with brie cheese and cran apple for a really interesting twist
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Reviewed by:  from NJ . on 11/22/2018
5/5