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Start with 3% Of Lemon meringue pie
Then add 3% juice lemon
3% lemon Sicily
.5 lemon sicillian
1.25% deep fried pastry dough
.5 lemon cake
.26 cream dream
1.25 vanilla bean ice cream
.24% bitter wizzard
Once everything is jar’d up and mixed well we’ll add .5% additional lemon meringue pie
mix remove 15ml to enjoy as SAV!
Allow to steep 14-21 days once finished add last .5% lemon meringue pie and enjoy.
I was inspired to create this recipe after tasting a Local Juniper Gin crafted by SAs first Juice makers and it is By far hands down the Best Gin vape that I have had, ever. This Juice is called VM Juniper and was crafted by Benji from Vapour Mountain.
With my last bottle of the above Juniper running very low, I decided to create my own Juniper and it was based off a Craft Gin that I mixed and tasted at a Gin farm in Cape Town.
Using FLV Juniper Gin to bring the very authentic Juniper Flavour I kept it on the lower end as I enjoy a subtle boozy note and wanted all aspects to shine and compliment this Gin. with the Black tea added to compliment the herbal back notes of the Juniper and this all then infused with some sweet blood orange!
I used my new favorite 'liquidizer', Cucumber! in combination with a little Citrus soda and WS23 to give a cool soda/tonic mixer. Cucumber also has a very complimentary flavor at higher % that works Very well with a Gin.
As Always I'd say yes, But here I would say Hell Yass! It just compliments everything as if the only sweetner is from the Blood Orange!
I personally feel this needs the few days steep for the Stronger Herbal notes of the Juniper to settle and mellow down to where I like it.
I borrowed pretty liberally from Daz Cole's Lemon Tart Remix for my lemon, I subbed out Cap LMP for FW for extra richness and added a touch of FE Lemon to round out the flavor.
My richer quick custard is next with the LB VIC, FLV VP, and Cap NYCC.
Rounding out this monstrosity is OOO Pie Crust and WF Croissant for a rich buttery crust.
3-5 day max steep, definitely Shake and Vape
Tested on a wasp nano, .3ohm fused clapton, 55 watts.
Hop on the bus with this dead simple banger, well suited to mtl and possibly even pods.
Grape loves citrus, and when it comes to fruity, zesty, and cool its hard to discount CAP lemon lime. Here it provides citric brightness while helping to tame the grape side of things a bit. Just a touch of gr.... I mean lemon Sicily helps emphasize the lemon lime, turning this jam into call and response territory.
Speaking of grape, the dark star here is a double whammy, with tfa grape juice and inw grape rounding out that purple profile perfectly.
Truckin right along the middle, flavor wise, is a ripple of the other one, vanilla swirl. Tying the rest together with rich vanilla sweetness it lends some flair and body.
Me and my uncle both agree that this mix is best with some cooling, so ws23 was happily added, though choose your own path for best results.
Thanks to the lemon Sicily, this is a shake and vape approved recipe, so ain't no time to wait. Thanks for putting up with my lame Grateful Dead references if you've made it this far!
I made this juice in about 45 seconds. Had food in the microwave and realised I'd left my last bottle of good juice at work.
Used the LA Lemonade pretty low as I find it a bit harsh, didn't really want a super strong lemon flavour.
Used cactus about 1% higher than I've ever used it before as an accident, scale wasn't working correctly and didn't register until I'd used too much. Anyway it really helps make the flavour sticky somehow, love it!
For anyone who's ever had Allen's Red Frogs before, this tastes very similar, with a slight yellow frog on the exhale. Super sweet, super chewy. You can almost feel it sticking in your back teeth!
This is my first actual original recipe and it's definitely an ADV!
Mixed at max VG, possibly worth adding 10% PG to bring the flavour out a bit more.
This is a very simple lemonade base. To me its fantastic and here's my theory. FA Lemon Sicily notoriously fades quickly and combine with LA Lemonade it gives you that great sweet lemonade up front. The problem here is that you can't really mix much of it, this is where the FLV Lemonade comes in to play. It takes 3-5 days to really open up, its fine as a SnV but starts to shine after a few days. You get that really tart and sweet lemonade. As the Sicily starts to fade the FLV Lemonade starts to get brighter and sweeter, thus extending the life of your lemonade base. Add your fruits and ws-23 as you like.