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(CAP) 27 Bears

Pineapple heavy gummy bears, executed pretty well overall.


By: Capella (CAP) - Buy Direct

Used in 409 recipes at an average of 4.136%.

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Setup: Recoil w/ flavor barrel, Dual 15 wrap 26g 3mm Nifethal 70 coils @.14 ohms. 60w power, 450F temp limit. Full Cotton Wicks.

Testing: CAP SilverLine 27 Bears, 2 and 5%, 60/40 VG/PG, Steeped 6 days.

Flavor Description: Pineapple heavy gummy bears, executed pretty well overall.

Texture here is actually pretty solid. Not quite as thick, dense, and chewy as 27 Fish, but it has that waxy thing from actual gummy bears down pretty well. Actually feels like it coats your mouth with that halfway dissolved gelatin thing that a mouthful of gummy bears has going on.

And it tastes like gummy bears. Mostly like white pineapple gummy bears. There's some actual tartness here that could either be a tarter take on pineapple or more of a discrete orange flavor. I'm also getting some sweeter strawberryish flavor in here too. The classic haribo flavors are raspberry, strawberry, lemon, orange, and pineapple... and I could definitely see all of those being in here but it's weighted more towards the pineapple and the citrus.

The only direct competition that I've had for this would be FW Gummy Candy, and this has a much better mouthfeel but it does have a pretty identifiable fruit flavored attached. FW Gummy Candy has always sort of worked a bit better in theory than in practice for me, so while 27 bears might not theoretically be as versatile, It'll work better when the actual flavor of gummy bears isn't going to get in the way.

Off-flavors: Not really, pretty much just gummy bears. Gets a bit chemical at high percentages, but nothing too bad within usable percentage ranges.

Throat Hit: Light to moderate. I do get a bit of harshness on this, but it seems to settle in a bit moderately quickly and smooth back out. Initially seems to dry out your mouth a bit and that might be contributing.

Percentage testing: At 2%, this is weaker. I'm mostly getting a light candy pineapple. Seems to be missing some of the other fruit accents in there. Texture is a little sticky, but it's more like a dry sticky and not that gelatinous gummy bear thing.

Filled in quite a bit at 5%. Still very much pineapple forward, but I'm picking up some extra citrus tartness and some "red flavor" way in the back. Flavor still feels like it could be maybe just a touch more saturated.

Trying this up at 8%, I'm starting to find some of the chemical edges of this flavor. The red part has filled in a bit but it's almost tasting a little too citrus heavier. Mouthfeel is dramatically better than 5%.

Just based on these tests, I'd probably use this an accent flavor around 3% and a primary flavor around 6-7%.

Uses & Pairings: A higher percentage of this concentrate, too much sweetener, and some questionable marketing and you've got yourself a hype flavor. This could use maybe a bit more "red" to it with a candied strawberry or raspberry, and maybe some vanilla swirl to round the edges off, but pretty remarkably close to a single flavor gummy bear as it is.

Should be useful as a slightly tart, gummy mouthfeel additive for more diverse candy profiles. I don't think you're completely going to get away from the fruitiness here, but you can probably overwhelm it with your fruit flavor of choice especially at lower percentages. The mouthfeel shows ups a bit later than than the fruit flavor, so it'll be fairly difficult to get a clear fruit flavor not already in that gummy bear spectrum and still get all of that mouthfeel.

Second Opinions: Still fairly new.

Shoutout to ceedee99uk for linking reviews from PeegoreVapes in another thread.

Here's the product page from Capella. Their description: "Silverline’s new mystery jelly treat, 27 Bears will surely satisfy your inner sweet tooth. A clear gummy texture with a sweet, sugary taste that will leave you growling for more!" Ain't no mystery here. It's gummy bears.

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Big shoutout and thanks to @AlfredPudding (aka Malfred Puddage) for the majority of the inspiration for this mix and @Eyemakepizza for helping hammer out the percentages.

This is a slightly sour/tart and sweetly delicious jolly rancher/gummy type watermelon vape.

CAP 27 Bears at a higher percentage to really hammer the fact that this is a Candy first and foremost
The WF Sour Watermelon Candy is one of my new favorite watermelon flavors and brings most of that melony jolly rancher taste here.
The JF Honeydew and FLV Wild Melon are tossed in to back up some of the melon notes and help you not forget that this is a straight up, punch you in the face watermelon flavor.
WF Sour Gummy Candy to give it a bit more of that tart/sour candy vibe.
The perfect watermelon vape has been my white whale for quite some time, but this is pretty close to what I’ve been searching for all this time.
I also added 0.25% CAP Super Sweet to give a bit of that “sugar lip” but it’s totally optional as this is plenty sweet on its own.

This is my first posted recipe on ATF and is still a work in progress, but let me know what you think so far. Thanks!

This is an attempt to make a "strawberry laces" that are similar to "röda snören" in Sweden. It's close to the real thing, but It's not yet done!

I wanted to try and see how close I could get to the an actually curd rather then a pudding or custard and I think this is pretty darn close to that sweet and sticky tart lemon curd. I am happy with this as it is pretty much what I had in mind.
This was mixed for the PRIDE fundraiser, for the Ali Forney center for LBGTQ homeless youth on Fresh03 channel https://youtu.be/5Xa1eZqfwK8

The Lemon Square is pretty much full on lemon curd with alight bakery but needs some support to help it fill out - so this is the base for this mix
Custard by FA is the perfect custard to bring out some of the egg notes with a light lemon note

Fe lemon, and lemon Sicily bring a solid realistic lemon and a nice bit of lemon zest. VT sour lemon helps to carry that lemon to the finish with a bit of a tart note
Orange marmalade helps to add some depth to the lemon with some sweetness and sticky mouth feel
27 bears supports the sticky mouth feel that you get from a curd ( thanks @mlNikon I think it worked well )

NOTE: I added .5% of cap sweetner to help bring out the top notes of the lemon , and it really helps to give that super sweet versus a tart contrast , you can also bump that VT sour lemon to 3% of you really want more of a tart note. That tart note will dissipate some so this is best vaped with in the week of mixing , if you like a sour mix/

Trying to create a flavor changing mix. Notes available on reddit shortly.

Trying to create a flavor changing mix. Notes available on reddit shortly.

Pleasant White-ish gummy.

4 months in the making. Too many flavors?? Maybe!

But it sure tastes great!

Not overpowering.
Nuanced flavors on the inhale and the exhale.

What a lovely little recipe not harsh and i have days i cant put it down #GIVEITAGO let me know what you think if you tweek it and like it better also let me know so i can try your vwrsion TOGETHER WE DISCOVER!!!

https://youtu.be/BBdfI0YHaaU

Cap 27 BEARS Nice gummy candy qith texture and a slight pineapple taste this can be civered pretty easily but will add brightness to other flavors as well

VT PINEAPPLE JUICE Tart and sweet pineapple taste i let this mix sit fir almost two months and the pineapple did fade slightly but is still very present

VT BLOOD ORANGE CHAMPAGNE Used here to support and brighten the pineapple

VT RASPBERRY JAM Used to add some additional gummy and jelly texture

CAP SUPER SWEET Add to taste

Giant raspberry/blackberry gumdrop candy. Has wings and laser eyeballs. Is powerful giant from space. Does collateral damage + battle. This is Dropra, your Quixotic deity in red and black.

HS Blueberry, INW Cactus, and TPA Sweet Raspberry to the core. When your honor and your city are at stake, Dropra will fight to preserve your honor.

WF Dweeb Candy adds the armor coating of tart, tiny, nerd-like spheres. Crisp surface tension and crisp flavor, right up front. If looks could kill, it wouldn’t be Dropra’s fault. He respects innocence! Hence the sweeteners.

Dropra’s ornamental exoskeleton is filled with some sort of ...mysterious ... space goo. Thin outer layers of pineapple gummy bear (27 Bears) form a big fat sack around a sloshy core of soapy stirred jello (Jelly Candy). And ...I suppose there’s gotta be some glands in there, pumping the hormones of heroism that drive him? Oh right, we already covered that with the berries and cactus.

Very similar to the Haribo Peach gummy candies. It needs a few days for the Fuji to settle into the rest of the mix. You are welcome to trade the super sweet for your preferred sweetener.

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You know me, I go in blind and figure it out as I go. This works for me for now, so we'll see if I can't improve upon it later. Knowing me, this will be average at best until I hit version 26, so do what you want with this shitpost.

Basic idea was to work with a bunch of ambiguous flavors in order to create something reminiscent of a white gummy bear soda. It's on the way there. Notes below.

CAP Silverline 27 Bears - this shit is interesting. I've played around with it a bunch in the last two weeks I've had it, and there's a lot you can do with it. Low percentages just gives a candy citrus note, while the higher it's pushed, the more we get a sort of "white gummy bear" suggestion. It's moderately smooth, pretty low on the chemical taste (good job Capella, you gave us an all in one candy that doesn't taste like the piss from a Chernobyl victim), and has some nice mixed fruit flavor. It's still very citrus/pineapple forward, but there's hints of everything in here. At 4%, it holds weight in the mix as the gummy bear base.

TPA Dragonfruit / INW Dragonfruit - so to play off the pineapple notes of a white gummy bear, without actually using a pineapple flavor, TPA Dragonfruit is the way to go. I find that a lot of the pineapple options really overpower any mix that they're in, so I wanted to accentuate that profile without obliterating the mix. TPA Dragonfruit has some really nice ambiguity to it as you push it's limits. Instead of using it here as a way to bind flavors together or accent other flavors, it's actually being used to add to the citrus/pineapple profile. Using INW Dragonfruit provides us with a bit more body and depth, as that flavor is significantly more "realistic." With that, we get some mouthfeel, a little bit of suggested creaminess, which is crucial to preventing this recipe from just being akin to licking a car battery.

VT Fizzy Sherbet / FW Beetle Juice - so these two work together nicely to create our soda base. VT Fizzy Sherbet is a delicious lemon-lime soda profile, feels oddly similar to if you added Sprite or 7-Up to some sort of fruit punch. While it isn't simply a lemon-lime soda, it definitely gives us a bit of bite and, well, fizziness to the recipe. FW Beetle Juice is here to fill in the gaps and provide a little extra full fruit flavor to prevent the onslaught of pineapple and citrus. I've found in previous recipes that FW Beetle Juice does a great job at filling in the gaps and adding some depth to TPA Dragonfruit, and that's exactly what it's doing here. If anything, I believe we can push this even higher in future attempts, while dialing back a bit on the Dragonfruit(s)/27 Bears.

CAP Super Sweet - I've seen the light last year, and 2019 is no exception. In recipes like this, adding some Super Sweet helps round out some of the harsh edges. Adjust percentage to your own preference, but this seems like a mix that really could benefit from even more sweetener. We'll see.

OPTIONAL - WS-23 - I made the recipe, and it's a fruity one, so obviously I'm adding 0.75% WS-23. You don't need to, but a little bit of this will definitely add to the "soda" aspect of the mix.

Alright, do what you want with this. I needed something new to vape, and this does what I needed. You all already know I dial in 95% of the shit that I post on here, so don't take it too seriously.

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