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Flavorings that make other flavors POP!

Discussion in 'General Discussions' started by InMyImage, Nov 5, 2015.

  1. InMyImage

    InMyImage Geeky blip :) Staff Member

    So I have noticed that a little cinnamon red hots can really make blueberry pop and was wondering other flavorings you all use to help make some other flavor pop and which you like to pair together?
  2. dr3d

    dr3d biker blip

    LMAO ...

    I usually vape Black Cherry Pop. Right now I'm switch hitting some Cherry Cola Pop. I've also been known to vape Gummi Pop (Cinnamon Gummy Bears). The pop is always CRH. When I do another flavor order to replenish my FA Mandarin, I'm looking forward to trying Mandarin Pop.

    I imagine my flavor names might be a little confusing to midwesterners. But where I live coke's coke, not pop.
  3. InMyImage

    InMyImage Geeky blip :) Staff Member

    The whole soda / pop / coke thing was weird to me when we moved to Indiana. Had never heard anyone using the word "pop" for soda before and it still sounds weird to me.
  4. InMyImage

    InMyImage Geeky blip :) Staff Member

    I have heard that lemon is supposed to be a good one too but haven't tried it yet.
  5. daleron

    daleron Just a lurking Blip

    Lemon is the only one I've heard about :huh:
  6. kelli

    kelli The original blip

    some people around here call it sodie. that doesn't sound hick or anything. :rollseyes:
  7. Jimi D

    Jimi D Active Member

    For bakery flavors. I'll add .75% Inw Biscuit and 1% FW Yellow Cake.
  8. Roguexx

    Roguexx blippy blipperson

    Yea Michigan says pop I have a lot of family down south so I say soda
  9. glassgrl

    glassgrl Blippertigibbit

    FA Liquid Amber is good with fruit. Kinda subtle sweet/sour like a margarita.
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  10. tierrataz

    tierrataz New Member

    Honeysuckle or cherry blossom are nice with fresh fruits. Not a pop per say but more of an interest vibe.

    Sweet tangerine is a nice enhancer.
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  11. InMyImage

    InMyImage Geeky blip :) Staff Member

    Seriously? Not just when goofing off and feigning hickdom?

    To make flavors "pop"? I'd expect those to mute them and add a creamy taste sort of washing the flavors out some. Maybe "making them smoother" is more what I'm trying to say.
  12. BluVib

    BluVib Active Member

    Up in Boston years ago they called soda "tonic "
  13. InMyImage

    InMyImage Geeky blip :) Staff Member

    Any kind of soda?
  14. BluVib

    BluVib Active Member

    Yeah, was hard to get used to. Liquor stores were called packies and what I call a Sub sandwich on a hoagie was called a grinder. Water fountains were bubblers. Took a long time to get used to.
  15. InMyImage

    InMyImage Geeky blip :) Staff Member

    So I take it that you moved to Boston from somewhere else?
  16. BluVib

    BluVib Active Member

    Yes, I was living in Florida. Got called flat lander for a while because of it too LOL
  17. InMyImage

    InMyImage Geeky blip :) Staff Member

    I worked with a guy from Boston when I lived in CA and his vocabulary was definitely different LOL