Noted: Ep. 54 – Menthol & Cooling Agents

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Flavor Name Notes Time 
CAP Menthol Fairly weak menthol, moderately mint flavor 1.5 5 
DL Ice Mint Mint forward, fairly cool, not super cool or harsh, almost like a refreshing cool mint like a white tic tac 1.5 10 
FLV Cool Menthol Cold without tasting too medicinal or too chemical.  .5-1 14 
FW Extreme Ice Stronger side of menthol, it is more minty than most, its cold, can be harder to work with because of the other mint flavors involved with it  17 
FA Artic Winter Menthol, slight other mint note perhaps a spearmint, not super cold, but comes across as a toothpaste  20 
TFA Menthol Menthol, doesn’t stand out much. Its strong but has no extra flavor notes besides the menthol  24 
LB Menthol Very useable, forgiving menthol. Distinct menthol taste, but a little softer. Nothing but menthol and pg notes to it. Smooth blend 1 27 
DL Ice Original Has a slight flavor to it, not very cool, has an ability to water down a recipe a bit. Very mellow 1.5 33 
FLV Ice Similar to koolada, no cardboard or chemical flavor with it. Subtle cooling .5-1 37 
FA Polar Blast All exhale cooling, missing the lingering menthol cooling effect.  .5-2 40 
FW Koolada Great for cooling without the menthol effect added in, some people get a “cardboard note” with it at higher %’s  .5-1 46 
WS-23 All around cooling, less off notes than koolada. Can be used with creams sparingly .5 50 
WS-5 Sharper more tactile bite up front, very concentrated, can taste like salt or rocks at higher %’s. coolness gets stronger with a steep .25 52 
INW Eucalyptus Mints Very refreshing, a lot of people swear by it as a sf to vape when you are sick 3 57 
VT Eucalyptus Robusto Very strong flavor of eucalyptus without being super cold or cool  62 


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