Perfumer’s Apprentice Sour Concentrate is malic acid in a 20% dilution with propylene glycol and is intended to be used as a flavour enhancer, providing a sour note to e-liquid recipes. When used with other flavours, this concentrate gives a sour candy effect and can work well to balance out mixes that need less sweetness. Perfumer’s Apprentice Sour Concentrate mixes really well with fruit flavours, brightening them up and adding tartness if required, but be careful to use this concentrate sparingly as a little will go a long way.
Perfumer’s Apprentice flavour concentrates are among the world’s finest and they enjoy a trusted and well deserved reputation among DIY vapers. Founded in 2004 in Santa Cruz California, Perfumers Apprentice produce their flavour concentrates using only the finest ingredients, all of which are certified as food-safe and conform to the strictest standards of quality and purity enforced by the State of California.
Propylene Glycol, Malic Acid.
- This is a concentrated flavouring to be mixed in a DIY e-liquid. It is not to be vaped without diluting.
- We suggest mixing most Perfumer’s Apprentice concentrates at approximately 5-10% initially and then adjusting to your personal taste.
- All of the Perfumer’s Apprentice concentrates we stock are PG based.
- We buy gallon sizes directly from the Perfumer’s Apprentice (in the USA) and rebottle them into 10ml, 100ml and 16oz (473ml) bottle sizeshere in the UK.
- There can be noticeable colour differences between different batches of the same flavour. This is a natural result of the flavour manufacturing process.
- The Perfumer’s Apprentice and The Flavour Apprentice are the same company and the products are the same. We only use the Perfumer’s Apprentice name because it is more widely recognised.
Latest Reviews for Sour Perfumer’s Apprentice Flavour ConcentrateAlan
As the name suggests adds sourness to recipes. Great for fruity recipes such as lemon, strawb, melon etc and gives that sharper kick but use sparingly, (drops not Mill's!).
4 Stars. It's sort of sour but you need a lot of it to really get a nice sour hit, the only thing is that when you do put a lot of it into your blend, you get a really tickly hit, which can sometimes induce a coughing fit. I kinda find it funny when it happens to me, but I would like to taste more sour without having a cough each time I take a big draw. I've put in 3% before now and not got much sour. At about 5% it comes through, but that's when you really do start to cough like a dying granny. Room for improvement, but it's not so bad. I've got Bitter Wizard from Flavour Art in my basket atm, so it'll be good to compare the two in a single-flavour mix @ ~ 5%.
Not bad but there's defiantly room for improvement!
Really nice mixed with fruits
it does the job really well BUT!!!! DO NOT EXCEED 0.5% - 1%
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