Cactus Apple-FLV

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Concentrated flavoring from Flavorah (FLV).

 

This is concentrated flavoring and must be diluted before use!

 

Note - We cannot accept returns or exchanges on flavoring

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  • 5
    Delicious

    Posted by Daniel on 15th Jun 2021

    This is kinda like a Peruvian cactus apple. It's not 100% there but close. It's hard to explain its taste but it's some good funkyness. Hard to explain. It's kinda like a prickly Pear LIGHT or like a long lost cousin of cacti. Like if cacti was adopted and raised by some tropic fruits. It's a keeper for me but I like anything with cactus

  • 4
    A surprisingly good pairing of a cactus and green apple

    Posted by SessionDrumer on 4th Apr 2021

    **Cactus Apple 0.4% (4-4-21)** -- Before starting this flavor review, I reflected back on how I disliked INW Cactus, the go to flavor for adding jucy-ness to mixes. Something about the flavor, I just couldn't get past. Soo, with that said, there WAS a certain amount of trepidation in testing another cactus. Upon first taste, I was greeted with a fair amount of natural tasting cactus, BUT, it was somehow tempered with a sweet, tart, green apple, that made it palatable for me. Shocking, didn't see THAT coming. The cactus tasted fairly natural, with the expected cactus "hue" as I call it, with no bitterness, gummy-ness, or off-putting notes. Flavorah may have made this flavor for me, hehe, as the paring with the green apple, really allowed me to taste this, almost enjoy it (gasp), and may open up cactus-ing for even more people. Because the cactus rode solidly in the middle spectrum, the apple appears to have been used to temper it, and allow for some sweet, tart punch. The pairing of the two works really well. If you are, were, or could be a non-cactus-er, you might want to give this one a try, as it could allow you to enter INTO the cactus frey. Somewhat earthy, and natural cactus, fully tempered, but not overshadowed by a sweet/tart green apple. **8.5/10**.