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DIY E-Liquid Recipe

This recipe is a Work In Progress.

It might be amazing, but it's creator doesn't think it's finished yet.

Loosely inspired by one of the first e-liquids I was hooked on, loosely an attempt to create something "commercial," mainly just something because evidently I really don't like mixing bakery stuff anymore. This is a pretty simple mix, but it's really enjoyable. Notes below, but they'll be short and sweet.

THE WATERMELON
(FA Watermelon, FLV Watermelon, FLV Wild Melon)
I've been using FA watermelon for my melon note for a long time, but I always found it to be a little too subtle and "realistic" for a mix. I didn't realize that I even had FLV Watermelon, but upon smelling the bottle, I realized this would add that candied and artificial watermelon that was needed. Anything over 2% with FLV Watermelon tends to get a little harsh and offensive, but around 1.5, paired with FA's option, it's really fucking pleasant. Add that touch of FLV Wild Melon, and you've got a nice, fully fleshed profile that has some real depth and punch to it.

THE STRAWBERRY
(FA Strawberry, TPA Strawberry Ripe)
Well, fuck me I guess. I have been pairing FA Strawberry and CAP Sweet Strawberry for so long, that I forgot about what TPA Straw Ripe can do to a mix. This combo provides us with a back-note of strawberry that doesn't overpower the watermelon, but adds some juicy backbone to it. I've found that lately, any mix that I use my normal FA/CAP combo on, it just ends up being a strawberry forward mix with accents of whatever else I had in there. This combination, at this percent, allows the strawberries to stay in back to support our melons.

THE OTHERS
(CAP Super Sweet/WS-23)
You already know what these are for. I don't normally like adding sweetener, but given that I was going for a more commercial idea here, I added two drops to a 20ml, and it's perfect. Brings some extra brightness to the fruits, while giving a little more mouthfeel overall. Just sweetness, obviously, but it's the right amount. WS-23 can be used to your liking, but 1% is a little too much, 0.5 - 0.75% will be perfect and not mute the fruits in the mix with ice.

No need to steep, just mix up, shake up, and enjoy. I've been gone for a while, I hope you fuckers missed me.

% Vendor Flavor
2.5
(FA) Red Summer (watermelon)
2.5
(FA) Red Touch (strawberry)
4
(TPA) Strawberry (ripe)
0.2
(CAP) Super Sweet
1.5
(FLV) Watermelon
1
(FLV) Wild Melon
0.5
(OTHR) WS-23
Total flavoring: 12.2% Steep Days: 2 (SNV) Best VG: 0% Temperature: 0
This recipe is the property of matthewkocanda and released under the CC Attribution-Noncommercial 4.0 license. You may not copy, derive or commercialize this recipe without following the terms of this license or the explicit permission of the creator.
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User: kitu5 Score: 5 Entered: 3 months ago
yanno, this one is a little odd on my palette. The watermelon is good. The strawberry is good. It's bright and chilly, like it should be. And yet...there's an odd undercurrent. Somehow, some way, there's a bit of a nutty profile in here. I can't explain it, but it's there. This is like a tropical trail mix. On Ice. And I dig it! Severely tasty stuff. Made a batch for a friend without the ws-23 to make sure I wasn't losing my mind. He's the one who coined tropical trail mix as a descriptor. Think mebbe it's the wild melon's "rindiness" doing that? Regardless, this stuff is flat banging.
User: W3STON Score: 5 Entered: 4 months ago
Not a huge strawberry fan but this recipe is amazing. A good break from all the heavy bakery and cream flavors I’ve been on. Thanks for the recipe!