Blue Teams recipe for the Mixer Showdown #2 on DIY_eJuice Discord.
JF Yellow Cake makes the base for the cupcake. VT Yogurt Drink makes the impromptu frosting loaded with delicious Blueberry from FA Bilberry and FW Blueberry. VT Fizzy Sherbet brings the pop rocks!
All that backed by some lemon to brighten the Blueberry from VT Yogurt Drink and VT Fizzy Sherbet.
The Mixin Vixens challenge: Girl Scout Lemonade Cookies
Mixing a recipe for something I have never tasted, so I have no idea if this is close, but it is a lemon cookie.
Cookie base is JF Biscuit and FLV Pastry Zest.
The photo looks like a shortbread cookie so I wanted to increase the butter and oven baked sugar taste, so the VTA Butter Toffee Base was used.
FE Lemon and FLV Pastry Zest provided the lemon flavor, and INW Shisha Vanilla mellows the lemon.
It wasn't quite sweet enough for a cookie after testing, so I added PUR Super Sweet.
Tested 0.37ohm, clapton, ss316, Citadel clone 60VG/40PG It is a good SNV, but I just mixed it, so I am not sure how it will hold up over time.
A Simple classic Crunch Berry Custard enjoy!!
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I've always thought TFA Blackberry & INW Grape would go well together, and because I'm having a bit of a love affair with WS-23 right now, I decided to mix up a darker take on a Tiger's Blood Snow Cone. This is only the first stab at it, so I'm wondering if I should lower the FA Forest Fruit a bit and maybe add a touch of Dragonfruit as an emulsifier, but, for the moment, it's fun and tasty enough to share as it is.
This is a shake & vape, but, if you're at all squeamish about INW Cactus, give it 3 days, and the actual flavor of it will disappear, leaving behind only the exquisite juiciness.
Inspired by Flavor-Pro Week 20 Berry Ice Cream Float challenge
I wanted a berry flavor for MTL vaping, so my goal was to simplify the recipe as much as possible, and keep it light for a summer vape.
I was able to get the red flavor and soda brightness using FW Shirley Temple.
HS Blueberry holds up well against the soda flavor, and adds some sweetness. In other variations I added 1% FA Raspberry and/or 1.5% JF Sweet Strawberry to the blueberry, and they were all good, so add them if you want more berry flavor.
I did not want a heavy ice cream for a summer vape, so I used WF Vanilla Cream Extra to add the dairy.
Tested in an Innokin ZBiip with the 1.6 coil. Mixed 50VG/50PG and steeped for a week.
So this is just a simple 321 that happens to taste like a juice box to me. Of course you need to add your sweetener of choice, I didn't add it to the recipe just so I could keep it as a 321 but use whatever you want at whatever amount you want. Edit: After letting this steep more it's actually tasting more like a fruity tea which is weird because there is not tea flavor here.
This recipe was a bit of a personal challenge for me. The goal was to convert my cola into a bubblegum with the fewest amount of changes possible. It started out with some research on what goes into making a bubblegum. It turns out that the flavoring components used in gum are already fairly in line with many other recipes from the 20th century, using things like cinnamon, vanilla, and citrus oils. The significant differences were the inclusion of mint, which makes sense for a chewing gum, and the inclusion of flavors such as banana and strawberry in more modern versions.
I started out by removing VT Fizzy Sherbet because bubblegum isn't fizzy, and it doesn't have a dominant lemon/lime flavor. TPA Wintergreen took its place, and then I started trying various fruits out to see the effect they would have. Strawberry was my initial assumption, so I tried out WF Strawberry Gummy Candy, INW Shisha Strawberry, TPA Ripe Strawberry, and several others. None of them were headed in the right direction so I broke out my banana flavors and started smelling them. My first idea was to use WF Banana Candy, but it didn't fit the bill so I moved onto WF Banana Puree. As soon as I smelled it I knew that was the right choice, so the rest was a percentage game. 1% was the perfect amount to not stand out from the rest of the mix as an obviously banana flavored gum. The real issue was finding the correct percentage for TPA Wintergreen. I tried out everything from .5% to 2% and found myself lingering at 1% originally. Unfortunately the brighter parts of the orange and banana were still a bit too apparent after a steep, so I moved the wintergreen up to 1.25% and then 1.5%.
Now that the development notes are out of the way I need to thank some awesome people. Graham was the person that really planted the idea in my head. I was originally against it for the most part because there are already some awesome bubblegum flavors available like MB American Bubblegum. It wasn't until Dave commented on a Reddit post that I should make 007 Bubblegum that I actually committed to the idea. Then once I was fairly happy with the mix I asked a few people to try it out for me. Eyemakepizza and Shyndo were kind enough to give it a shot and they both seemed to really enjoy it. Shyndo made an excellent point about the validity of this creation. He noticed that bubblegum flavors were difficult to work into a mix because they were mostly top-notes that would clash with other fruits. So after testing this out with some additional fruits I felt better about this silly project. Feel free to make your own version of this recipe using your favorite fruit flavoring and let me know what you think.