Concentrated Flavours

Our selection of concentrated flavors to make your best straight and e liquids.

Concentrated Flavours

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  • FIZZY JUICE
  • 3BACCOS AROMAS
  • 814 DIY
  • A & L
  • A-LIQUID
  • AMERICAN CANDY PIE AROMAS
  • ATMOS LAB

    Aromas of high quality of Greek origin, the most used today for its taste and its price. Nutacco his star is definitely something you should try.

  • BEARD VAPE AROMAS
  • BIG MOUTH
  • BAKERY DIY
  • BOMBO

    New aromas of the Spanish brand Bombo eLiquid in glass containers, high-quality and complexity.

  • BOZZ
  • CALIFORNIA VAPING CO
  • CANDY POPS
  • CAPELLA

    Capella is specialized in the aromas of desserts especially brand are authentic delights for the palate vaper. Among its well-known Coustard Vanilla delights the world of vaping as one of the best fragrances in the market.

  • CAPTAIN´S CUSTARD
  • CHARLIES DUST FLAVOURS
  • CHEF FLAVOURS
  • CLOUD´S OF LOLO FLAVOURS
  • DAMPFLION
  • DARUMA AROMAS
  • DIY OR DIE
  • DON CRISTO
  • DOMINATE FLAVORS
  • DRIP ART
  • FCUKIN FLAVA
  • FLAVOUR ART Flavours

    About Flavors

    We have the pleasure to inform you about flavors

    Natural and artificial flavors are defined for the consumer in the Code of Federal Regulations. A key line from this definition is the following: " a natural flavor is the essential oil, oleoresin, essence or extractive, protein hydrolysate, distillate, or any product of roasting, heating or enzymolysis, which contains the flavoring constituents derived from a spice, fruit or fruit juice, vegetable or vegetable juice, edible yeast, herb, bark, bud, root, leaf or similar plant material, meat, seafood, poultry, eggs, dairy products, or fermentation products thereof, whose significant function in food is flavoring rather than nutritional." Synthetic  flavors are those that are made from components that do not meet this definition.

    The question at hand, however, appears to be less a matter of legal definition than the "real" or practical difference between these two types of flavorings.

    There is little substantive difference in the chemical compositions of natural and artificial flavorings. They are both made in a laboratory by a trained professional, a "flavorist," who blends appropriate chemicals together in the right proportions. The flavorist uses "natural" chemicals to make natural flavorings and "synthetic" chemicals to make synthetic flavorings. The flavorist creating synthetic flavoring must use the same chemicals in his formulation as would be used to make a natural flavoring, however. otherwise, the flavoring will not have the desired flavor. The distinction in flavorings--natural versus artificial--comes from the source of these identical chemicals and may be likened to saying that an apple sold in a gas station is artificial and one sold from a fruit stand is natural.

    This issue is somewhat confusing to the average consumer in part because of other seeming parallels in the world. One can, for example, make a blue dye out of blueberry extract or synthetic pigments. These dyes are very different in chemical composition yet both yield a blue color. Similarly, consider one shirt made from wool and another from nylon. Both are shirts, but they have very different chemical compositions. This diversity of building blocks is not possible in flavorings--one makes a given flavor only by using specific chemicals. Thus, if a consumer purchases an apple beverage that contains an artificial flavor, she will ingest the same primary chemicals that she would take in if she had chosen a naturally flavored apple beverage and the same chemicals that nature provided during the apple ripening. 

    When making a flavor, the flavorist always begins by going to the scientific literature and researching what chemicals nature uses to make the desired flavor. He then selects from the list of flavor components found in, say, real apples, generally simplifying nature list to eliminate those chemicals that make little contribution to taste or are not permitted owing to toxicity. (Nature has no restrictions on using toxic chemicals, whereas the flavorist does.) The flavorist then either chooses chemicals that are natural (isolated from nature as described above) or synthetic chemicals (made by people) to make the flavor.

    So is there truly a difference between natural and artificial flavorings? Yes. Artificial flavorings are simpler in composition and potentially safer because only safety-tested components are utilized. Another difference between natural and artificial flavorings is cost. The search for "natural" sources of chemicals often requires that a manufacturer go to great lengths to obtain a given chemical. Natural coconut flavorings, for example, depend on a chemical called massoya lactone. Massoya lactone comes from the bark of the Massoya tree, which grows in Malaysia. Collecting this natural chemical kills the tree because harvesters must remove the bark and extract it to obtain the lactone. Furthermore, the process is costly. This pure natural chemical is identical to the version made in an organic chemists laboratory, yet it is much more expensive than the synthetic alternative. Consumers pay a lot for natural flavorings. But these are in fact no better in quality, nor are they safer, than their cost-effective artificial counterparts.

     
    NUTRITION FACTS:
     
    Great for any application.

    Ouf flavors are offered as water soluble and oil soluble.

    Water soluble flavors are based on pharmaceutical grade propylene glycol and water. Average caloric count for water soluble  flavors is 200 calories for 100 grams flavor. Oil soluble flavors are based on sunflower oil or triacetin. Average caloric count is 700 calories for 100 grams flavor.

    Considering an average use of our flavors of 0.3%, the calories contribution  in food by our flavors is between 0,5 to 2 calories for 100 grams serving. Let's say, calories contribution by our flavors is negligible.

    Our flavors DOES NOT contain sugars, protein, genetic modified ingredients, animal ingredients of any kind, preservatives, sweeteners and colors. They are all gluten and peanut free. Great for diabetics, vegetarian and vegans.

  • FLAVOUR BOSS SHOT
  • FUCK THE RULES
  • FULL MILK
  • FULL MOON FLAVOURS
  • HALCYON HAZE AROMAS
  • HALO
  • HORNY FLAVA
  • INAWERA

    Aromas of INAWERA DE'Milano Tino, tabaquiles high-end fragrances and high quality for our best eliquids composition.

  • ISLAND FOG
  • JAX CUSTARD
  • JUNGLE WAVE FLAVORS
  • JUICE´N VAPE
  • JUST JAM AROMAS
  • KAVEMAN
  • K-BOOM
  • KILO AROMAS
  • KING´S CREST
  • KINETIK LABS
  • LA LECHERÌA VAPE
  • LA TABACCHERIA
  • LOADED AROMAS
  • MARINA VAPE
  • MEDUSA AROMAS
  • MISTIQ BLOOD
  • MISTIQ FLAVA
  • MIX TAPE
  • NASTY JUICE
  • NOM NOMZ
  • NOVA

    NOVA scents is a reputed brand aromas of French origin, characterized by cloning the flavors of the  popular American brand eliquid. Here are the best known, are aromas of great quality and fast macerated between 2 and 7 days which are not tabaquiles, the latter need about two weeks.

  • OIL4VAP
  • ONE HIT WONDER FLAVOUR
  • PACK À L'Ô
  • PJ EMPIRE
  • POTION MAGIQUE
  • QUACK´S JUICE FACTORY
  • REVOLUTE

    Aromas Revolute High End for manufacturing eliquids of French origin.

  • RESURRECTION VAPING
  • ROCKET EMPIRE AROMAS
  • ROYAL BASTARD AROMAS
  • RUDE OIL
  • RIOT SQUAD AROMAS
  • RUTHLESS AROMAS
  • SOLUBAROME

    French Aromas solubarome, large collection of economic flavors packaged in 10ml. Percentages and recipes to clone the best flavors and brands of eliquid.

  • SHAMAN JUICE
  • SMOKING BULL
  • STEEP VAPORS AROMAS
  • SUPERVAPE

    French flavours production of great quality and taste at an affordable price.

  • SUPREM-E
  • THE FUU
  • T-JUICE

    Aromas of English origin, manufacturers Snake Oil, with a quality and taste spectacular, the most sold on the internet, you have to try !.

  • TNT VAPE
  • TPA

    The TPA aromas of the best the market for alchemy and eliquids. Of American origin are highly appreciated among vapers worldwide. In vaposeleccion will have many flavors and meléculas to make our best eliquid.

  • VAPEMPIRE
  • VAMPIRE VAPE

    Aromas Vampire manufactured in UK Vape enjoy great prestige in the world vaper. His limited edition Heissenberg Pikman and are a delight that you can not miss.

  • VAPFIP
    Complex aromas AND ADVANCED MIXER

    FORMAT IN BLUE GLASS 10ML.

    Cap with dropper and teat APPLICATION FOR QUICK AND EASY.

    SHAKE WELL BEFORE USING
  • VAPE OR DIE

    Aromas Vape or Diy is the new brand created by the French Revolute. Some complex aromas of great quality for our advanced alchemy.

  • VAPETASIA AROMAS
  • YOGI AROMAS
  • MISTIQ AROMAS
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