Here you go - it is a big list.
Here you go - it is a big list.
mix of TPA & CAP.
But do these / should these be considered ?
Thanks Dave - I will have to have a think on that one since they are in fact an alias - will add but will have to work out which is what
It actually is, but speculum is the Latin word and I’m not sure why it would give you that translation, if looking for English lol
Butter Spekulacius in Germany would translate to Speculoos. Trader Joe here in the US sells it, and what it is, its a spiced crunchy shortbread biscuit. Cinnamon, clove, anise and nutmeg are very present. The word in front indicates the actual kind of speculoos, in this case butter, meaning that its a lighter softer shortbread biscuit, with lots of butter and milder/less spice than the darker original version. So I would say you change it too:
Now to the Anise Flavor, that you called Anise Liquor. While its found in liquor this is not the only usage, and might indicate to some people that its alcoholic beverage, just like some people think bourbon vanilla is actually Bourbon lol. More accurate here would be
Anis is also not licorice but aniseed (the spice)
And then there’s lakritz , this is the black licorice everybody knows as such.
Salmiak is correct, but I doubt ppl will know what it is, so maybe you add/change it to
And then there’s violinchen, at least sold here in the US from German flavors, which I didn’t see listed on the master list. This flavor is actual a “floral” candy in Germany and its chewy licorice with a purple hard shell, that tastes like violets. So if you add it, might add it as
Cough drop flavor while accurate, people might associate it with cherry or peppermint, might end up disappointed. Its eucalyptus dominant with herbs, like the ricola brand. Maybe you add it as
Straciatella, while again accurate, not many people know it as such, so adding it as
might be more helpful.
Amaretto Flavor is the Italian cherry liquor, maybe you want to add that in brackets behind it as well, because of their similar flavor called Amaretto Cherry, which is a sweet dark black cherry infused with amaretto liquor. So people don’t confuse it with just cherry etc.
The cherries here are accurate you listed, however the main Cherry is actual a light red sour cherry and you might want too note that, so people not looking for a sweet cherry.
The yoghurts listed with fruits are fine, but the actual yoghurt should be added as
Its important because its not a regular yoghurt people would associate it with/under.
Last but not least is zimt stern as a German flavor, boy this one is tricky lol. What it normally is, its a cinnamon star anise or/and a bakery item. Looking at the picture tho that’s listed next to the flavor, it shows exactly that. Cinnamon, star anise and nutmeg. Maybe we should list it as
Blueberry Aroma should be listed as Huckleberry, so ppl don’t confuse it with the blueberry flavor, that’s offered as well and actually is a blueberry lol.
I’ll read that list one more time, but I think everything else is accurate and can’t be confused with other things. I’ll let you know, hope it helps.
Amaretto is a bitter almond liquor, I thought.
Where do they say that?
All I see is that they’re asking for nicotine levels for their finished e-liquids. They also have EU/TPD versions of their e-liquids, I’ve never seen that for flavor concentrates
They do look fucking delicious though… I’ve only glanced over the site but it sounds like they either make their own concentrates or use something all natural like MF.
@woftam: had an hour spare
I have learned about several odd fruits, mint varieties and zeppelins
Not sure how to best upload it back. I’ll pm you a link to a google sheet.
Sure thing that will work thanks
I though the easiest would be to just post the translated list here
Bailey (cream liqueur)
Champagnebrus (famous Danish popsicle)
Cream Caramel (Butterscotch)
White Licorice (aka Salty Licorice aka Ammonium Chloride Licorice)
Maracuja (Flower from the passion fruit)
Black Mamba (Liquorice)
Pink Lady (Apple)
Blue Gallop (Liquorice)
Red Berries Dessert
Ribella (Ribena Blackcurrent)
Granny Smith Apple
Red Energy (Red Bull)
They also have quite a few extracts and powders which I haven’t included, as I don’t think they would be suited for vaping.
After reading this on their main paige :
I assumed they were talking about flavors. But as it askes for nic level you are probably right and these are ready made juices.
@IzNoGoat Thanks for taking the time
Brings the total number of flavours so far to 9905 who will be the first to collect the set
He he I’m almost there, just need to buy 9839 flavours more
You’re correct, my bad, it was the middle of the night as I wrote that and I was very tired, but wanted too finish it since I promised to do that lol. I probably was thinking of amarena since that’s also a flavor offered, or maybe I wasn’t thinking at all
Thanks for pointing it out tho.
I was thinking of the Portuguese Ginginja, a sour cherry liquor tradition to Lisboa if my memory serves me right.
It is pretty nice and sometimes served in dark chocolate cups.
I think I am digressing though
What is this master list going to be used for? Does it have anything remotely to do with a restructuring of ELR’s database, hopefully?
Then I will contain my excitement until more information becomes available.
Hi, I have noticed that you don’t have VapeWild.com USA brand, on your list, There flavors are fantastic, a little sweet, just beautiful if used with Very Little or No Sweetener ,Most Spot On flavors I’ve tried, good prices, and less colour change as time goes by as I have found with Most other brands I have tried, I hope this helps with your quest to help us All with your Lists,
P.S. I’ve just remembered the Cupcake Factory.com AUS I think? I have tried there flavors, my Son In law buys from them, they are not bad, they sell in Bulk Quantity too, Very Cheap, a little too cheap for my liking, but none the less it’s another that’s not on your list, I hope this all helps,
Could you mean juicefactory? If so I have them on the list or possibly cupcakeworld from the uk which is also done>