Medicine Flower flavor notes - 1 week steep.
All 70/30, 1.5mg Nic
Coconut 1% - Somewhat weak, but genuine coconut taste. Slight harshness is present but not bad enough to not be vapable.
Kiwi 1% - Very authentic, rind and all! And that’s not a good thing either. The skin of the kiwi fruit is not a desirable flavor for most people - myself included. I don’t like this. I think it is @Pugs1970 who mentioned the presence of this note and I agree. I’m curious how this will end up after a steep, but in 1 week I can honestly say I would have very little use for this. Also want to try at a weaker strength and will do that if a month doesn’t tone it down. For now, too earthy to be enjoyable. Still, that beautiful, slightly tart green and white part of the fruit is also obvious and is a fantastic note, just muddied by the presence of the skin.
Light Chocolate 1% - Adulterated tester. Somehow I think I mixed up a dropper or something. Tastes like Acacia Honey. Need a re-do.
Dark Chocolate 1% - Very good, pure dark chocolate taste. Needs sweetener as this is completely unsweetened. For use in a mix, 1% may well be perfect. Will need to see what steeping does. Will make a second tester with sweetener for comparison. This one will get a lot of use!
Wildflower Honey 0.25% - The bottle aroma of the extract is intoxicating. The tester mix at 0.25%, not so much. But upon tasting this the first thing I notice is a fruity type of tone. It’s reminiscent of peach and melon, say Casaba or Canary melons. Honey seems to be more of an afterthought rather than a main note. Might need to try this at a higher percent and will if the month steep doesn’t produce more honey .
Acacia Honey 0.25% - I hate it. Tastes like nasty Avon or name-your-own old lady perfume. Floral, no honey. I will try every week up to a month and if no improvement, will send to the landfill. At this moment I can’t see using it in any mix and would be far more likely to use as a stand alone.