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Days ago i couldnt understand how people mixed (for example) strawberry TFA at 6% and say that over 10% for most of flavors is an overkill, when i usually mix my strawberry and most of fruits at 14%.

I cant taste them decently after 24hours, this seems like a really short steeping time so these are my methods for mixing.

However, a few minutes ago i tried a liquid i mate 2 days ago, at 5% strawberry TFA and it seems to get better day after day, i know its onky 2 days since i made it but what if in a week it tastes even better that the 60ml i made at 14% TFA strawberry and ive been mixing wrong the whole time because of not being patient with steeping times thus underestimating the nature of the process?

If this is the case, whats the minimun and maximun amount of time to steep:

Fruits as a stand alone.

Creams, custards and tabaccos as a stand alone flavor.

And then simple recipe with fruits + some cream, like for example dragon blood (with dragonfruit 10% if i remember right, strawberry a 5%, bavarian cream 5% and vanilla swirl 3%)

Or steeping time for just a cantaloupe + bavarian cream + vanilla swirl recipe.

I hide them in my closet at room temperature, however i sometimes leave them out in the table where the light of the room hits them pretty directly plus some sun but this one is not really intense. Could these factors have an effect on the flavor after steeping?

Days ago i couldnt understand how people mixed (for example) strawberry TFA at 6% and say that over 10% for most of flavors is an overkill, when i usually mix my strawberry and most of fruits at 14%.I cant taste them decently after 24hours, this seems like a really short steeping time so these are my methods for mixing.However, a few minutes ago i tried a liquid i mate 2 days ago, at 5% strawberry TFA and it seems to get better day after day, i know its onky 2 days since i made it but what if in a week it tastes even better that the 60ml i made at 14% TFA strawberry and ive been mixing wrong the whole time because of not being patient with steeping times thus underestimating the nature of the process?If this is the case, whats the minimun and maximun amount of time to steep:Fruits as a stand alone.Creams, custards and tabaccos as a stand alone flavor.And then simple recipe with fruits + some cream, like for example dragon blood (with dragonfruit 10% if i remember right, strawberry a 5%, bavarian cream 5% and vanilla swirl 3%)Or steeping time for just a cantaloupe + bavarian cream + vanilla swirl recipe.I hide them in my closet at room temperature, however i sometimes leave them out in the table where the light of the room hits them pretty directly plus some sun but this one is not really intense. Could these factors have an effect on the flavor after steeping?

Submitted July 13, 2018 at 07:32AM by lolops30
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