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For some background, here is my usual process:

1) I single flavor test most new flavors I get (I do all primary flavors, but not necessarily things like additives) in a 10 ml tester.

2) Developing new recipes, I mix a 10 ml tester: vape; note; adjust and remix as needed.

3) Once I am happy with a recipe, I mix a 30 ml bottle.

My problem is that I can have a good recipe in a 10 ml bottle, but then the 30 ml bottle (which follows the exact same recipe) tastes different. It's like primary flavors really stand out and wash out any accents. Some times the flavor is muted and extra sweet.

Even though I am following the exact same recipe, is it possible that flavors react differently in larger quantities? (p.s. I get the same thing in both recipes I have developed and recipes I've found online)

For some background, here is my usual process:1) I single flavor test most new flavors I get (I do all primary flavors, but not necessarily things like additives) in a 10 ml tester.2) Developing new recipes, I mix a 10 ml tester: vape; note; adjust and remix as needed.3) Once I am happy with a recipe, I mix a 30 ml bottle.My problem is that I can have a good recipe in a 10 ml bottle, but then the 30 ml bottle (which follows the exact same recipe) tastes different. It’s like primary flavors really stand out and wash out any accents. Some times the flavor is muted and extra sweet.Even though I am following the exact same recipe, is it possible that flavors react differently in larger quantities? (p.s. I get the same thing in both recipes I have developed and recipes I’ve found online)

Submitted March 25, 2020 at 06:02PM by TimInElmira
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