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    lemon flavoring

    just tried topping some virginia with lemon oil and it is really good! I used some mcormic lemon extract from the market sprayed it on and dried it slowly....

    this extract has alcohol in it so it dries faster than just regular oil.... spray it on and let it sit

    working on orange and peppermint next....ill update when done

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    Re: lemon flavoring

    Are you using this for Hookah, cigar or cigarette tobacco? Does it actually have a lemon flavor?

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    Re: lemon flavoring

    using it for cigaretts right now, and yup the lemon flavor comes thru....if you add to much, i just thin it out with more tobacco....tastes good!!! cheap too, lol

    just tried my pepper mint and orange, was really good!!! i have some seedman chocolate left over, imma try the pepper mint and chocolate mix next, this is fun, lol

    i was just looking for a citrus like flavor, and this worked!!! i have some raw honey i am going to try soon also

    i am using it on your virginia don, great baccy!!!

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    Re: lemon flavoring

    Quote Originally Posted by driftinmark View Post
    just tried topping some virginia with lemon oil and it is really good! I used some mcormic lemon extract from the market sprayed it on and dried it slowly....

    this extract has alcohol in it so it dries faster than just regular oil.... spray it on and let it sit

    working on orange and peppermint next....ill update when done
    Did you dilute the extract with distilled water? If so, in what proportions? Can anyone chime in on this?

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    Re: lemon flavoring

    I've never used casings or flavorings, but I've seen these suppliers recommended. Most can be found in your local grocery store.

    http://www.lorannoils.com/

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    Re: lemon flavoring

    Quote Originally Posted by thomnas View Post
    Did you dilute the extract with distilled water? If so, in what proportions? Can anyone chime in on this?
    Since that particular oil is alcohol based, you may want to cut it with Everclear 190 proof, as water and alcohol will not go into solution. Start weak, sample, add more, sample, keep notes. Keep us posted.

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    Re: lemon flavoring

    Quote Originally Posted by Knucklehead View Post
    as water and alcohol will not go into solution.
    I'm drinkin a nice 60/40 split right now. it a solution to lotsa problems.

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    Re: lemon flavoring

    Quote Originally Posted by Knucklehead View Post
    Since that particular oil is alcohol based, you may want to cut it with Everclear 190 proof, as water and alcohol will not go into solution. Start weak, sample, add more, sample, keep notes. Keep us posted.
    I misspoke. Water and alcohol can go into solution.

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    Re: lemon flavoring

    Quote Originally Posted by juan carlos View Post
    I'm drinkin a nice 60/40 split right now. it a solution to lotsa problems.
    Good idea. Flavor the smoke instead of the tobacco.

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