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FA Cocoa and FA Chocolate:If you’re familiar with cocoa manufacturing, think of FA Chocolate as chocolate liquor before the cocoa butter is added, and think of FA Cocoa as cocoa powder. The two flavorings are often used together as the beginning of a complete chocolate flavor. FA Chocolate can taste like Hershey’s syrup or chocolate liqueur, depending on the other flavorings you use with it. If you have chocolate extract in your kitchen, notice FA Chocolate smells just the same. When chocolate extract is used in cooking, it’s often used with cocoa powder - which is the flavor of FA Cocoa. When using Cocoa and Chocolate together, more Cocoa than Chocolate gives you darker chocolate flavor. For milk chocolate use more Chocolate and less Cocoa. The two together are still not a candy flavor - you’ll have to add milky/sweet/caramel notes with other flavorings. Acetyl pyrazine is a secret weapon for chocolate vapes, but it doesn’t have to be used in pure form. Flavorings like FA Cookie or TFA Cheesecake Graham can serve the same purpose while adding bakery or milky flavor. Many tobacco flavorings and most nut flavors contain acetyl pyrazine, if you’re interested in experimenting.Like many other dark-colored flavorings, too much Cocoa can clog your wick/coil fairly quickly, and too much power will give you a burnt flavor. If you’re sub-ohming, beware. If you’re using more basic hardware, you’re in luck, because this is one amazing flavor at higher resistance. The higher quality your nicotine base is, the better Cocoa and Chocolate will taste. That’s true of most flavors, but the difference with these two can be drastic.FA Cocoa = Powdered ChocolateFA Chocolate = Chocolate Liquor 1:1 = Balanced chocolate base when Creams/Caramels are added2:1 Cocoa over Chocolate = Dark Chocolate 2:1 Chocolate over Cocoa = Milk Chocolate Good Additions: Sweet Cream, Fresh Cream, Marshmallow, Vanilla Creams, Cheesecakes or Milk flavorings