Used in 970 recipes at an average of 0.943%.
Mostly cold on the back of the throat since there's more polar blast than ws23 but I felt it needed a little coldness on the front end as well.
Flv lemonade is the middle ground between smoothie base and pink guava that pulls them together and fills it out. It also lends a touch of inherent sweetness while keeping it light and bright.
I wanted to come up with a juice for my upcoming holiday to the Caribbean using tropical fruits. I had a base of orange, pineapple and mango to which I added passionfruit to bring some brightness to the party and cactus to get the juices flowing. I added the pink guava as I didn't have a grapefruit and it works really well with giving a bit of tang. The final piece was the FLA sweet coconut which compliments the other flavours and leaves a nice sweetness without being sugary.
I'm delighted with the outcome as a SNV and think I have nailed what us Brits know as Lilt
Grapefruit Brunch - Grunch
A bright citrus beverage with a smidge of sparkle. Enjoy!
FLV MM, Lemonade, and Passionfruit are the
essentially the cocktail base. You could
layer almost anything on these and get a
reasonable "cocktail" vibe unless you go too
Grapefruit is pretty straightforward, 3 part
I chose FW Sweetener because A: It needed a
smidge and B: It's superior to CAP SS in
every way possible.
Note: I didn't include WS-23 in the original recipe, but I feel that .5% really elevates it a step beyond. But not everyone likes cooling effects so use your judgment here. I think it really adds something special to the finished juice, but not everyone will feel that way likely.
Fresh said video games theme ! I'm a World of Warcraft player and I play "For the Horde":
LB Pink Lemonade : Whatever's in it, it's juicy and lemony and pink.
FLV Pink Guava/Lemon Sicily : and you've got your zingyness.
CAP Grapefruit/FW Blood Orange : that's the blood.
FA Pomegranate: the touch of sweetness that reminds you of the Pandarens and the Taurens, because I love them.
For the Horde !!!
Be queer & vape on !
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This summer time recipe was formulated for one of my best friend’s wife’s, she was craving a PIMM’s type recipe without the alcoholic hit so I got to work on this for her.
According to her it’s the best ejuice she’s ever had and if this was the only juice she could ever vape again she would be a happy girl! It’s comments like this that keep myself and many other mixers longing to help people on their journey with quitting the stinkys. Feel free to add your sweetener of choice, I personally enjoy this the most with 0.50% CAP SUPER SWEET and I must also say this recipe works great with WS-23 @0.50%. Please mix it up and leave me your feedback good or bad (S&V APPROVED) peaks @ 3 days. P.S *** if you prefer an alcoholic tinge, remove the CAP sweet guava and add FLV Brut bubble wine @ 2% 👌🏻
Bright berry blended lemonade with a touch of hops from the pink guava made for @freshipies Saturday DIY show on lemonades 7/20
the combo of boysenberry/ raspberry, strawberry and sweet currant provide a really balanced red berry mix with base, middle and top notes
FLV lemonade is a sweet lemonade but needs some top notes lemonade clear provides some of the brighter notes along with lemon sour
pink guava adds some of those tart notes and sits in the middle and provides a light hops note at the finish
raw sugar provides some of the darker sweetness and cap supersweet provides of the brighter sweetness
OPTIONAL WS 23 at .5% and cap super sweet at .30%
I bought a bunch of grapefruits 6+ months to make Terrorhawk but never could find the Jasmine. So i started playing around with the grapefruit combo and came up with this. Not real sure how to describe it guess closed thing be a passionfruit/grapefruit vanilla cream. Add sweetener if you don’t find it sweet enough for your liking
Peach, orange and grapefruit. Based this off of an OG POG but didn’t want to use passionfruit so i used peach instead. Add the Bavarian cream to help smooth everything over peaches and citrus's both then to be a little harsh. Taste fine off the shake but needs to steep for 3-5 days so everything can settle down.
If you are going to steal a recipe, I highly suggest you steal from your own group of friends. This was a recipe adapted from the Blueberry Champagne created by Developed, which was adapted from the unreleased recipe for Clericó by Developed. Not much to say for this mix. I decided to see how the the champagne layer we created would work with other fruits... I must have had Dave on my mind so I went with FLV Mango. Then I wanted to try it with FLV Pink Guava, but since I love them together I just mixed them up in the same batch. I'm a huge fan of Pink Guava and it adds a lot to the champagne layer without being noticeable. So here you go, play around and mix other fruits with it.
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