Chocolate flavor concentrate. Available in 15 ml Raw in the dropdown.
Undiluted concentrated flavoring.
This is concentrated flavoring and must be diluted before use Median range of use is 2%
Raws should be used at .15 to .5% median range of use.
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deb1003 (verified owner) –
This is a very good Chocolate.. (Glad it doesn’t include the pencil shavings) lol which I never got off Chocolates but I know some do.. Mixed sft at 3% and 3.5%.. at 3% I get a nice light milk chocolate ..very tasty.
At 3.5% it borders on leaning into a dark chocolate.. Still being very tasty..Upping the % could maybe get a full on dark chocolate.
I’m happy at both of these %’s so I didn’t push it up any higher. Mixed an on the fly Cannoli with vso choc at 3% and it was very tasty. Chocolate in the background with Cannoli up front.. Took (sft) up to 70w on a .16 Mesh coil and .15 dual fused clapton.. Could vape this alone at 3% . No off notes ..
Goes excellent with a cup of coffee.
whthek (verified owner) –
Depending on the rate you choose, with this chocolate you can have it all, just as Shane notes in the description. Starting at 2% I was pleasantly surprised to find a nice, full, mid level sweet chocolate, and immediately thought of remixing at 1%. I would liken this to being more of a hard,semi-sweet, baking styled choc. as I don’t pick up any milkiness.
At 3% it begin’s to lean a bit darker, offering just a smidge of bitter at the finish, but otherwise continue’s to maintain it’s integrity.
I did end up remixing at 1%, which confirmed my sneaking suspicion that there would be be enough ‘oomph’, even at this weight to be useful, perhap’s as a top note.
Nothing ‘off putting’ to be found in this concentrate, I find it to be unique and a worthwhile addition to my arsenal.
SessionDrummer (verified owner) –
**Chocolate (VSO) 2.75% / 4.0% (5-30-22)** — Let me tell you about some of the aspects of BAD Chocolates that I’ve had. Bitter, coil gunking, band aids, and Tootsie Rolls. Great news is, there are NONE of those here !!!! The first thing that I always check for with choco’s is how dark they are, and in prep for the coil gunk. This one had [barely any color](https://i.imgur.com/eTda8AL.png), and was almost clear. I tested this one at 2.75% and 4.0% to see what shifted, if anything. At both weights I got a good chocolate, that was somewhere in between a milk choco, and a mid-dark choco. Increasing to 4% it darkened up a tick or two, and got slightly fuller. Satisfying, with no bitterness at either weight, and it had an almost touch of a bakery note, almost like TPA Graham Cracker Clear, but ever so slightly. I tasted that throughout all of the testers, and it actually just plain worked. After I tasted that note, I immediately wanted to rush ahead to Shane’s Graham Cracker, as I can already see THIS chocolate in my next S’mores. This was a great chocolate, and one that you could shift, by using at different rates to get more of a lighter chocolate at lower rates, and a mid-darker chocolate at higher rates. Sweetness was surprisingly lower than mid level, and at both testing weights, I couldn’t find any off notes, band aids, or tootsie rolls. It was interesting to see this one shift when moving from lower to higher mixing rates, and that will def. open up it’s uses. Easily a **9.5/10**.