Used in 2008 recipes at an average of 1.498%.
Delicious cooked apple darker apple with a light hint of a bright apple just to mix it up 1 drop of rich cinnamon in a 30ml bottle just to get that cinnamon dusting. Pear is in the mix to add a bit more juiciness and texture. Crust isn't to strong for me may be my illness but I plan to try barch 4 soon and get more crust.
PLACEHOLDER NOTE - OOO Lychee is a placeholder for FRANDY Flavors Lychee. Its a Malaysian Lychee rebrand (I think) Im not sure what would be closest to sub with as Ive not found anything similar to this yet.
** I am sure you could sub this with another Malaysian Lychee that has a fresh Lychee Beverage profile.
Ive Been Chasing a Pear and Lychee Profile for a while now and could just not get the balances right. With my Lychee base tweaked its finally at a point where Im happy to share it.
I was aiming for a Lychee & Pear FRUIT JUICE Combo with The Lychee (using my 'DeLychious' as a Base) being just that touch above the Pear.
While Pushing for that Perfectly Sweet Lychee Juice that pops that Juicy-nectary Sweet Lychee Flavor on the inhale and the Pear to lay the profile out on the exhale. Lychee and Pear The way I Like it.
(FRA Lychee) - I recently found a Deliciously Fruit Juice Lychee type of Lychee by Frandy Flavors (a Local house brand). This Lychee gives you that FRUIT JUICE type of Lychee and the closest I can explain this is that its Very similar if not exactly the same Lychee profile that you would get with Liqui-Fruit Lychee Juice.
(CAP Sweet Lychee) - I love Cap sweet lychee as it gives that Sweetness that you would get from a Candy type of Lychee. I added this to Widen\emulsify the lychee up a bit in terms of That sweet syrupy vibe you get from a a lychee puree (fruit but almost Candied).
CAP Sweet Lychee tends to add a Bit of a 'Musky candy' note at higher % that I like it to be, thats why its added to the FRA instead of being the Main Lychee.
(FA Lychee) - I felt hat the Lychee juice could be more realistic in a actual ripe fruit way so I added the FA Lychee to give you that little Touch of Authenticity, For me at higher % its tends too get Very Florally (Overpoweringly Florally, if you are not into Flora notes) and adds that Bitter as if you chew on a piece of the Lychee Skin.
(FA Pear) I Selected this Pear for its realistic top of the harvest Fruit like flavor profile that it adds, complimenting the Realistic Fruit Juice profile with its own moistness it brings.
(INW Pear) This was added to make the pear even more realistic by expanding on the Pear Skin and TEXTURE that also makes up that Grittyness of a Pear Profile.
FA Cream Fresh:
Nothing Like some "old mans Breath" to liven things up :-)
On a serious note, this is there to accentuate/outline/sharpen the Lychee and pears profiles that sometimes gets lost into the back ground. Also acts a nice canvass for the other additives to mingle more.
FA Apple Fuji:
It just needed a touch of Magic somewhere
Added a touch of this to Pop the Tang of the Lychee a bit more, giving it that FRESH Ripe Fruit flavor instead of the a 'Warm Ripe' or Over ripeness.
I personally Added the WS because this is supposed to be a FRUIT JUICE, and fruit beverages are normally cold.
Add the SS, Doooo It!!
recipe for fresh and friends Saturday show
Wanted to use FLV elderflower in a mix and recently had a pear martini while on vaction that had elderflower in it and and I loved it !! The elderflower is very front forward in this mix with the pear and honeysuckle coming through on the back end.
The pear and apple work to provide that sweet fresh juicy pear note
FLv elderflower is a pretty strong flavor and will take a mix over would recommend to use it under 1%. it is a floral note with a bight honey sweetness
Honesysuckle adds some sweetness and body and a slight sruyp mouth feel
Blood orange champagne adds a bit of citrus and top notes to this mix , and compliments it perfectly
The creamy pear recipe that no one asked for.
As soon as I started mixing I set out to create a clone of Akina Oil by Thick Oil. This is one of my failed attempts at it. I mixed my 3rd 30ml today so I figured I'd share, just in case someone craves pears as much as I do.
If you grew up eating canned pears, like me, cause your dad wasn't around, try this out.
I've been lurking in the /r/DIY_Ejuice discord lately and watching folks talking about the 1,2,3 formula for simple recipes. I've been vaping this, or small variations of this for around 2 years pretty consistently. I don't need to spend a long time explaining how 1,2,3 works it's just a simple format for making easy pairings.
FA Raspberry: At 1% it's enough to come through the whole recipe, but without it's very prominent floral note taking over. You could easily use TPA (Sweet) Raspberry with slightly more, or INW Raspberry with half as much.
TPA Key Lime: At 2% it's a bit strong after the shake but it does suffer from some fading as is common in most citrus flavors. You could sub this with another lime fairly easily, but the ranges in potency are much wider in citrus flavors so use cautious judgement in choosing which ones.
FA Pear: at 3% this is really the main body of the flavor. It provides a juicy sweet centerpiece that carries both accompanying flavors easily without being forced out of the picture. I sometimes use an additional .5-1% of INW Pear if I'm really wanting a bit of extra flavor.
And that's it! Quick and easy. If you like bold lime you can vape this fresh, but I usually leave it a day or two to let the lime settle a bit.
I was working with another mixer, leptest, on a raspberry/currant profile. He went another direction. This is what I ended up with.
FA Blackcurrant is dominant here, turning the raspberries darker and highlighting the show. It sits on top here very well.
INW Raspberry/TFA Raspberry Sweet gives us a pretty potent Raspberry with a little bit of sweetness (EM) to tone down the floral notes a bit. If you're sensitive to INW Raspberry you can dial it down to 1-1.5% if you want. I can vape it straight all day long at 2%. Some people can't.
INW Shisha Strawberry brings more berry sweetness to the base and keeps the mix interesting, giving it that certain something.
FA Pear is here for juiciness and to lighten things up. I find that it keeps a leash on the syrupy side of Shisha Strawberry.
FE Lemon here in a tiny amount helps to lift and brighten the berries just a smidge.
I like this without sweetener and/or coolant. This mix is really great with a little koolada or WS-23 though.