Flavour Apprentice

Champagne Type Flavoured Flavour Apprentice Liquid concentrate

Title

Champagne Type Flavoured Flavour Apprentice Liquid concentrate

Water soluble.

Bright and bubbly!

This is a good mixer, not a strong flavor on its own, but try combining with citrus flavors.

- Now reformulated for no alcohol.

Ingredients:Artificial Flavor, Propylene Glycol.

Customer Reviews

Based on 16 reviews
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S
S.

Good stuffs. Adds fizz in small amounts.

G
G.

Always use this in certain recipes to add a little fizz to lemonade base liquids 1.1% I've tried sparkling wine but for me this works better.

D
D.
Fizz

Really good for adding a bit of fizz to drink flavoured eliquids, still trying to get a good elderflower fizzy drink taste and the closest I've come is with this fizz and elderberry mixed.

M
M.S.G.

The nearest thing I've found to giving your recipes a fizz. I will be adding a lot of reviews for e-concentrates, but this will be best done when I have far more experience of them, as I've found many new to me on Rainbow Vapes. Pass on knowledge not belief.

L
L.C.
Ok

Works ok in some recipes but in my opinion it doesn’t add as much of a fizz as others claim to get . Could jus be my taste buds not great

T
T.
Drink maker essential

Nice to add fizz, not noticiable if mix with strongs flavours, but shows up with light citrus - lemonade type of mixes. It has a light flavour that reminds to champagne so at high percentage this flavour will be present and will works well depending on the rest of ingredients. Use at 4-5% more doesnt do much difference.

F
F.
Very good.

A good taste, good fresh effect, but a bit artificial.

R
R.F.

Adds a nice bit of effervescent fizz.

F
F.A.

A good taste but I tasted better.
4 stars is still a good score..

J
J.C.
Not quite as sparkling as I'd hoped for

Wanted to add the fizz to a few of my juices so this seemed the best rated, mixed at 2% in my chosen fruit mix and I could barely pick up the fizz effect, going to try 4%next time and see how it goes, knowing my luck it'll probably take 6% and end up over-powering the recipe.