WF Yangmei Berry (SC)

Gear tested on hadaly rda alien Ni 80 .18 , 30, 40 and 60 watts tested at 2.5% and 4% Company description none recommended percentages 1 - 4% WIKI description also called waxberry, yummberry, or China Bayberry, is the waxy fruit of the wax myrtle tree. They have been collected for thousands of years in China and used medicinally from the ancient time. The fruit is spherical, 1.5–2.5 cm (0.59–0.98 in) in diameter, with a knobby surface. The surface color is typically a deep, brilliant red, but may vary from white to purple. The flesh color is similar to surface color, or somewhat lighter. The flesh is sweet and very tart. At the center is a single seed, with a diameter about half that of the whole fruit. Flavor DescriptionThis is really a unique flavor it is mix between a cranberry, cherry and pomegranate with a touch of strawberry sweetness. It is tart and bright with a slight sweetness.on the end of the inhale. Not much mouth feel or volume, but does give you that mouth watering feel and slightly dry on the finish. it is really interesting and after vaping it for a while I am really intrigued and liking it.. Not much difference in the 2.5 and 4 % a little more prominent flavor profile but does not change the over all profile. increasing the wattage brings out the sweetness Off notesNone that I can detect but not sure what it is supposed to taste like - no real throat hit and not chemical off notes Comparison: similar in profile to cranberry, and sweet tart candies Uses and paring I can see this being used with other fruit based pies like a strawberry rhubarb to provide an additional top note and slight sweet tartness Cocktails with cranberry to increase that tart note. yogurts and smoothies to add a little more of an interesting note to the mix. Candy mixes in which you want to add an additional sweet tart note. When paired with other fruits IE blueberry or strawberry increases the intrinsic sweetness of that flavor and the tartness tends to be less noticeable almost acts like lemon in these situations

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