"Chai Tea V2 Flavour Concentrate for E-Liquid by The Flavors Apprentice" is a refined essence that captures the aromatic and spiced taste of traditional chai tea, and it's expertly crafted by The Flavors Apprentice, a trusted name in e-liquid flavourings.
This concentrate is ideal for DIY e-liquid enthusiasts who seek to infuse their vaping experience with the rich and complex flavours of chai tea, version 2. It offers a balanced blend of warm spices, including cinnamon, cardamom, ginger, and cloves, combined with black tea and a touch of sweetness. Chai Tea V2 is a perfect choice for those who appreciate the comforting and exotic taste of chai tea in their vape, with slight adjustments and improvements from the original.
Whether you're creating your own e-liquids or experimenting with flavour combinations, Chai Tea V2 Flavour Concentrate by The Flavors Apprentice allows you to enjoy the high-quality and authentic taste of traditional chai tea in your vape, with the added benefits of version 2 enhancements. Just a few drops of this concentrate can transform your e-liquid base into a soothing and aromatic vape, and you can trust the quality and expertise that The Flavors Apprentice brand is known for.
A non-flammable version of our original chai. This new flavor has a stronger “milky” taste - just like your barista put in extra cream. Yum!
Ingredients: Natural and Artificial flavors, Propylene Glycol, Water.
When the first drops of this dark, almost black flavour dripped out of my 10 ml bottle, they already cried "coil killer!"
Since no recommendation for concentration is given, I mixed it nonetheless at 5 % with 3.33 mg/ml nicotine in a 50/50 base.
After two weeks of steeping, the dark brown liquid killed an almost new Vaporesso cCell coil within five puffs. Not only did the whole tank instantly taste and smell burnt, the coil was completely clogged in a way I've never experienced before.
What's more, to me this flavour does not resemble the taste of a chai tea at all. For example, the typical cardamom note is missing. I recommend Capella's "Chai Tea" instead which I find highly enjoyable at 5.5 to 6 %.