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Red Summer (Watermelon) - Fresh and juicy, the taste of summer is always available. Concentrated flavoring from FlavourArt (FA). 

This is concentrated flavoring and must be diluted before use!

Note - We cannot accept returns or exchanges on flavoring

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  • 5
    Natural Watermelon

    Posted by Erren Glover on 29th Apr 2020

    true tasting watermelon!! Highly recommend!!

  • 5
    Exactly what I was lookign for.

    Posted by NS on 6th Aug 2019

    This isa foundation flavor. Meaning you need a watermelon flavor that conveys a well rounded watermelon taste. A little of this goes a long way, very potent concentrate. I typically use this for a hint of watermelon aftertaste or in a full blow in your face watermelon like in a jolly rancher mix.

  • 5
    Awesome Watermelon

    Posted by Cwilsongreer on 2nd Mar 2019

    This with Cap sweet watermelon and its perfect.

  • 5
    Its that good

    Posted by DanB on 4th Feb 2019

    All of the great reviews are there for a reason. Its that good. Start low. This is a strong one. Too much and it tastes reeeeally bad. Below 6% in any blend is good for me

  • 5
    One of my favorites

    Posted by Caleb on 2nd Oct 2018

    I love this. It's really got me.

  • 5
    Like fresh flavorful watermelon

    Posted by Caleb on 3rd Jun 2018

    This is delicious. I think I've finally found my brand for watermelon. Great for mixing with other fruits:)

  • 5
    A great watermelon

    Posted by Charles Greer on 9th Dec 2017

    Very good flavor, I mix this with (cap) sweet watermelon and it is amazing.

  • 5
    FA Watermelon

    Posted by FA Watermelon on 23rd Nov 2017

    The BEST watermelon. A true watermelon taste.

  • 5

    Posted by Robert Carter on 10th Oct 2017

    Like most say, everyone has their own "TASTE" of stuff, my opinion on this one is that it is great standalone SNV at about 4% to 5% and when mixing, I keep it in the 1% to 2% area.. Tastes like watermelon to me :)