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Yeah, proper pink lemonade has no added flavor, just food coloring and a bit more sweetener, and the other traditional pink lemonade use ruby red grapefruit, but really, there is no better red flavor than cherry, so a cherry lemonade would be the absolute best lemonade. And lemonade is best served/consumed cold, so the absolute best, the Perfect pink lemonade needs to be cold. Adjust the cooling for your tolerance, but it should be cold.
Add sweetener if you must, but try without any at first.
This is a lemon forward citrus mix, with green tea accents provided by the Cucumber, Zen Garden, Black Pepper, and Cardamom flavors. 4 drops of FA Bitter Wizard per 30ml is essential (that’s less than 0.1%, but 0.1% is the smallest amount you can list here). I use Bitter Wizard in every recipe I mix, unless it’s meant to be very sweet. Bitter Wizard neutralizes the sweetness of the VG and uncovers the subtleties of the flavors. This is the first mix that’s entirely my own invention, and I’m very pleased with it. It tastes good without steeping, but the herb and spice flavors don’t show up until a week or two after you mix, so I recommend steeping it. Adding a little coconut makes for a good variation.
A tasty little vape but please share any changes you think it may benefit from.
CAP Cucumber as a sub at 2% is ok, could then probably omit the cactus. I prefer FLV as it's more earthy - as it should be for a G&T but it's a tad too earthy at 1% which is the right amount for the flavour I want so a drop of sweetner per 10ml sorts that out. Was hoping the blood orange would provide all the sweetness needed but at just .5% it doesn't.
For that slice of lemon Lemon Mix is what you're after.
A touch of WS-23 if you wish. I like it without.
May try a tiny amount of mint too but probably omit the blood orange.
Something sweet for 4th of July.
When i first started mixing I always wanted to make a bomb pop vape, tried a few different recipes already created. But never really thought they were good. After trying Fw Jawbreaker in the Hold Fast Jaws clone by C6-R, I decided it was a good candy and would fill in some body of the vape. Boom has always tasted ok but never struck me as a stand alone flavor. All the other flavors are to boost the aspect of Bomb Pop.
Sweeten to taste(its a candy, its supposed to be sweet).
This is a frosted lemonade recipe designed for low voltage pod systems using nic salts.
I had a revelation a couple of months ago; it cost three dollars, and it came in a styrofoam cup from the Chick-fil-A drive thru. They call it "Frosted Lemonade"; I'm not sure how long it has been on the menu, but I hadn't noticed it before. I was planning to order a lemonade anyway, and I thought, "Treat yo self." It's basically lemonade blended with vanilla ice cream, reminiscent of an Orange Julius or a Dreamsicle, but with a sharp tartness and a little more bite. I knew immediately that I wanted to vape it.
INW Lemon Concentrate and INW Lemon Mix do most of the heavy lifting here. Botboy's classic 3:1 ratio was my starting point, but I ended up having to increase the Lemon Mix to compete with the creaminess of the ice cream to make sure that tart zest flavor carried through.
TFA Vanilla Bean Ice Cream provides the ice cream base. In a sub-ohm recipe, I'd probably add some more support, but it does just fine with a small boost from the FLV Cream for a pod recipe. If TFA VBIC gives you the peppery aftertaste that so many seem to experience, CAP VBIC is a reasonable 1:1 substitute.
FLV Cream adds that small boost to the creaminess of the VBIC without adding too much to the overall flavor - a hint of milk, a hint of sweet cream, a touch of volume to the mouth feel. It's subtle, but it's the finishing touch.
CAP Super Sweet is entirely optional; it's good for just a bit of the sticky sugary lips that real lemonade leaves behind when you drink it. The percentage of WS-23 is up to you and your personal tolerance. I've listed it at 1%, though I mix it for myself at 2.5%.
My entry for mixer's club from the reddit diy ejuice for dec '18. I was surprised by the reception that was positive. This is still a work in progress because I feel like there's still some places I'd like to take this especially based on the feedback I got.
FA Gin & Blackcurrant. This started right out of the box with a pairing of FA Gin and Black Currant. If you want a simple berry cocktail, I'd try FA gin at 2% with Black currant at 1%. I enjoyed this for some time because I felt the citrus notes gave me a grapefruit-y feel and I decided to pursue that in adding the next layers. To me, this has been my base start for all my gin drinks. FA Gin is described as juniper heavy and booze light. I love it. i bumped it up to 3% here because at 2% with the other flavors it just wasn't shining through enough. In simpler mixes, I always keep it at 2%.
CAP Mixed berry & TPA DragonFruit - This was added to give a nondescript boost to the berry flavor in the profile and add a touch of sweetness. DF was added because the whole thing got too dry. You could probably swap the MB with different fruits for a change and DF out with whatever you prefer to use to add juiciness. I went with tried and true and it worked fine enough I didn't feel the need to uncover those rocks.
CAP Sweet Guava - added to boost the grapefruit notes, sweetness and to play off the berries. I think it worked well here and probably wouldn't swap it out, myself. It maybe wasn't as successful in boosting the grapefruit notes as it was in just making this a more rounded vape.
INW Lemon Mix & FA Lime Tahity CP - This ratio (0.25:0.5) is my standard lemon/lime wedge for drinks. It's aggressive and lasts through a steep, (though the lime fades more for me). This is swappable in my opinion. DIY, baby.
Coolant - I felt Polar blast worked well here. Adjust to taste.
Variant: Adding 2-3% VT Botanical Gin and lowering FA Gin to 2% makes this a much boozier vape. Adding 2% VT tonic water for a more realistic cocktail taste but without that effervescent pop.
Enjoy and leave feedback/suggestions as you like. It's always appreciated.