If you have a recipe, you can click on the blue wrench, and click “Make Flavor Base”. It will do the math for you so you know how much of each flavor to add. Then you just use your base in your mixing at the “total flavor %” of the recipe.
Here are a couple threads on the topic that should contain all the information you need, and probably a little extra!
Are you wanting to create a flavored base that you can add just nic to? As in, PG, VG, Flavor? The ‘flavor base’ you can create with the button works like a regular flavor. It is just a combination of the flavors in the right proportion so that when you add it to your PG, VG, nic, it’s at the right %. You make your recipe as usual, but instead of adding, say, 5% of this, 2% of that, 3% of this other, and 3% of that other, you just add 13% of your flavor base. A lot of people do them because it makes it really easy to mix up your favorites as well as make them in varying strengths and PG/VG ratios.
The benefit of VG nic is that you can keep your PG % to the lowest possible amount. The benefit to PG nic is that it is thinner and easier to work with, and from what I’ve been told it keeps better in PG. I do 100% PG Nic, but I’m not PG sensitive or anything so it works for me.
Is mixing a batch of nic base. My method for years using 72mg pg nic is to add 10% to vg for 7.2mg and 5% nic to vg ffor 3.6mg. Then you just add your flavour to the 30ml bottle and top up with your base. You’ll lose nic percentage based on your flavouring percent so they wind up around 3 and 6 with around 15% flavour. Nice and simple. These days I’ve been mixing a litre at a time.
Your second idea if I understand correctly is to premixed the flavours and add nic then cut with vg/pg to make varying nic strengths. If so then the problem you will have is you’ll have to add more vg/pg for lower nic and you will also be lowering your flavour percentages. The same as example 1 above with the nic but that works to our advantage, not against us
Oh signed up today but been 1 shotting for about 6 years. Step 1 is the easiest. Make up batch nic with pg/vg then add that to your flavours. For nic free just cut vg with 10% pg so 15% flavour with the base would be 25%pg 75%vg. Adjust to your liking.