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Concentrate Abricot - Talk Less

The Talk Less Abricot (Apricot) concentrate is made in France by Revolute. Simple and tasty, the 10ml Talk Less DIY aromas are enough on their own for an All Day vape.

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Description

Concentrate Abricot - Talk Less

Some open it in two delicately, others bite into it with vigor, letting the juice flow... whatever way you do it, you're going to enjoy it!

The concentrate should not be vaped as is, it should be diluted in the base (neutral e-liquid).

Recommended dosage

  • 10% in 50/50 base

Features

Reference DIY-RTALK-ABRI
Brand Revolute
Type of flavor(s) Fruity
Main Flavor(s) Apricot
Capacity 10ml
Origin France
Type of product Mixing flavor

Brand

USE OF THE Concentrate Abricot - Talk Less

Recommended dosages

This product is a concentrated aroma, it must be mixed with neutral PG/VG base. Be sure to follow the recommended proportion.

The aroma will represent between 5 and 20% (variable according to the recommended dosage of aromas).

Steep time

Steep is the term for the maturation time. After having stirred your flavor and base mixture well, a rest period is necessary.

Mono fruity: 0 to 5 days
Multi-fruits: 2 to 7 days
Creamy: 1 to 2 weeks
Classic: 1 to 2 weeks

The accessories

To make your mixture, you need a concentrate of the neutral base, nicotine boosters according to your needs. A graduated or non-graduated mixing bottle, a syringe for more precision

Precaution of use

When developing your DIY e-liquids, use suitable equipment, a clean work surface and equipped with protection: gloves and glasses.

The concentrate must not be vaped as is, it must be diluted in the base (neutral e-liquid).

The tasting

If you find the taste too light, you can add a few drops of concentrate. On the contrary, if the flavors are too present, you can dilute your mixture with the base.