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This was a recipe I mixed up for a friend of mine craving some grape Dubble Bubble gumballs. I figured I would share it with the world since it came out delicious.
FW Grape and LA Grape, two of the best artificial grape flavors come together to make the perfect grape candy combo. I also added a touch of FLV Grape, which is by far one of the greatest yet most powerful candy grape flavors I’ve ever tried. It really makes the whole grape aspect pop.
FW Bubblegum, one of my favorite bubblegum flavors. Basically, pink Dubble Bubble. This flavor can be a little weird. There isn't much texture nor is there enough mouthfeel imo. People used to mix this flavor at absurd percentages for the full on gumball flavor. IDK how they did 10-12%. The gum flavor is super strong to me. I added the ethyl maltol to soften the edges along with adding that natural sweetness and also added FA Oba Oba to punch up the overall candy profile of the entire mix. It also adds some extra mouth feel so you're almost chewing on some delicious bubblegum.
This stuff is good right out of the gate, but I just suggest giving it a few days to become one with the VG and mellow out a bit. ENJOY!
This is a super simple mix and I know for sure you can take the gumball half and add different fruits to it to makes some other gums. Give that a try sometime, I make a watermelon gum this way too.
This is my first go at a Fruity / Bubblegum mix that does not have a throat hit because of the fruit flavors in it.
One could add 0.25 Cactus for juiciness, I did not have Cactus to play with so I left it out in the Recipe.
I get a delightfully fruity taste from this, I just need to get it juicier.
But all in all, I am pleased with the taste of this.
Tastes like Grape Drink. Good flavor but it's mild, so you will need to bump it a little higher. It's also not sweet so it will need help there. This one is fairly linear with little nuance, so you can definitely use it as an accent or as a main flavor.