The same way they get you interested in their juices, start up a conversation and let them taste to convince them. They may own a shop but they’re just regular people like you and me.
This! Don’t give away anything for free but a few samples.
Having those recipes on your public ELR profile also won’t help or they might check for the sake of it, not buy and just steal your recipes.
Thank you everyone for the advice. If there’s anything else anyone can suggest, I’m open to further advice. I’ve never done anything like this before but the one’s who’ve tasted what I’ve done have had positive feedback so I thought I’d ask for future reference
I helped develope a line locally …I knew the owner and their house juice was discontinued …The owner knew I was making my own and actually often traded me harfware for liquid…He asked me to help . These days though I couldnt imagine many shops doing their own line in house , one shots would ve ideal IF THEY sold the base and Nic packs as well
I would take a hand full of different liquids , all different profiles …Fruit and Cream , Bakery desert type , Something with cooling and have them test …Then get the deal written up and have is signed and notoraized
The Notary really helps seal the deal , no questions if things take off and they try to stiff you …No need for contract if they are buying the recipes out right