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(FA) Grapefruit


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Used in 72 recipes at an average of 1.862%.

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7 DIY E-Liquid Recipes found


First time using 5 flavors in a recipe. Please put in a review to help the recipe grow!

A fiery apple lemonade with a cool finish

FLV lemonade and VT fizzy sherbet make the base of the lemonade, boosted by a touch of FA grapefruit

The combo of FA Fuji and CAP double apple combine to make a strong punch of apple which keep it present from start to finish, it does die down after a few days but is kept crisp by the grapefruit and ws-23

The star attraction is the FLV red cinnamon which puts a different spin on the recipe and with the mild heat you feel on the throat and the cool blast of ws-23 they really play off of each other to give a satisfying vape.

Side note: a splash of whiskey/bourbon works well with the red cinnamon in this recipe and if that’s your thing then I would suggest adding some :)

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I wanted to make a wine and grapefruit shandy cooler garnished with fresh herbs. None of the grapes worked on their own as a wine so I had to combine INW-Grape and TPA Grape Juice along with a touch of CAP-Blueberry Jam and FA-Brandy to deepen the grapes into a more wine like flavor. The FA-Champagne combined with the FA-Grapefruit and FLV-Yakima Hops form my shandy and add some light carbonation to the mix. The INW-Cactus is there to add some tartness to the grapefruit as well as adding more of the moist mouthfeel. The FA-Zen Garden combines with the FA-White Winter (spearmint) to bring some freshly muddled herbs into the mix.

A delicious, thick, citrus marmalade, fit for royalty...

This recipe was inspired by the wonder of citrus and the fresh new dimension it brings to the over saurated and monotonous use of ‘common’ fruits...
This is a thick, citrus marmalade made with the vibrant rinds of a melange of the best citrus flavours around:

FW Blood Orange is the undisputed King (or Queen in this instance) of citrus. It is the lovechild of ruby red grapefruit and a fresh navel orange and brings that authentic, real orange burst of flavour. The bitter exhale balances this perfectly to secure its rightfull seat at the Queens’ high tea.

FA Grapefruit adds the crisp, bitter and eerily realistic grapefruit flavour, reminiscent of a true, fresh grapefruit. There is very little sweetness present and sits beautifully here to provide that ‘rindy’ feel to the marmalade.

FE Lemon is beast of a lemon and certainly lives up to its praise. This bright, fresh lemon flavour adds the tartness and balances the bitterness from the above citrus fruits. This adds a touch of sweetness, and cuts the bitter notes with a clean, fresh burst of lemon.

FA Tanger Mandarin is the final player here and adds that voluptuous, fresh mandarin flavour to pull the entire party together. The authenticness of a true mandarin is perfectly encapsulated here and brings an overall citrus feel to the mix inludimg sweet, sour and a smidgen of bitterness.

Sweetener is necessary to create the jaminess and flesh the citrus quartet out, just so.

This one is good off the shake and best after 3 to 5 days.

Straight Up Grapefruit. both sweet and a little bitter, but not too much of either.

Citrus Cooler for the citrus fans out there, 10 words.

OK - its a bit late for summer, but there are still hot days in Autumn, right?

Based on this: https://www.theguardian.com/lifeandstyle/2016/aug/19/gin-breeze-cocktail-recipe

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