Inawera Concentrate gives the slightly tart taste of plump, juicy, freshly picked strawberries; perhaps a less vibrant and slightly more muted strawberry flavour than the Inawera Shisha Strawberry, but many of our users prefer the more natural, deeper taste of this one. We recommend that you steep e-liquids made with this concentrate for at least a week to allow the strawberry flavour to develop properly. Use Inawera Strawberry Concentrate in a mix with other strawberry flavours to give a more rounded strawberry taste, or use it in a multitude of other recipes to provide your main strawberry note.
Enjoy the real quality of Inawera concentrates- a world famous brand that enjoys a strong reputation in the vaping world for a good reason; all of their flavours have been specially created in Europe for vaping using high quality food aromas that are laboratory tested and certified as pure. At Vapable, we stock over 40 different Inawera flavour concentrates and because they are such a popular choice among the DIY community, they are always in high demand. We frequently sell out of our most popular Inawera flavours, so please ensure that you order sufficient bottles for your mixing needs. Because Inawera concentrates have stronger flavours than most other brands, they are also great value, but you may need to reduce the percentage of flavourings in your mix. If you are using your Inawera concentrate with other flavours, we advise around 1-3% of Inawera for your DIY mix. For a standalone flavour, we recommend around 5% of Inawera concentrate in your mix.
Available in 10ml.
This is a concentrated flavouring to be mixed in a DIY e-liquid. It is not to be vaped without diluting.
We buy gallon sizes directly from Inawera and rebottle them into 10ml and 100ml bottles here in the UK.
There can be noticeable colour differences between different batches of the same flavour. This is a natural result of the manufacturing process.
Latest Reviews for Strawberry Inawera Flavour ConcentrateRobert
@cafe_delmar Your "test tube" was polycarbonate and should not be anywhere near concentrates and suggests you have no idea what you are doing. Polycarbonate will react with a number of the compounds found in concentrates such as citric acid, amyl acetate, and others. Do yourself a favour and use borosilicate glass ware, everything else used in mixing should be disposable unless you are certain it is chemically inert. As for the flavour It is my new fave strawberry, cannot get enough of it.
Not a review, more like a comment on café_delmar's problem - I assume by your "frosted" test tube reaction to the flavour concentrate that the said test tube was NOT glass! I had a similar problem with two flavours from another company - Pear Drop and Garden Mint - both initially frosted the atomiser then proceeded to cause it to disintegrate.
BEWARE this concentrate did something very unusual. I test mixed 4% of this in 100% VG in a brand new unused test tube and it made a non-removable frost-like coating on the inside of the test tube. By non-removable I mean NON-REMOVABLE. I tried boiling water, detergents, even acetone solvent and combinations of. It's still THERE! I'm not allowing this concentrate in my lungs until I understand why this happened.
Tastes like freshly cut strawberries with a slight hint of caster sugar. Strong and perfect taste at 5%.
Very realistic strawberry flavour, not too sweet. It's a very strong concentrate, so a little goes a long way. Very good value.
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