An artificial strawberry that hints at natural wild floral notes without focusing on them. It’s fresh, clean and very different than any other strawberry vape I’ve had. Like all of my endgame recipes, it’s been developed using agile methodologies and improved using several documented iterations. I’ve ensured each flavoring has a specific job to perform and taken into consideration the behavioral properties of the ingredients foster a cohesive relationship, bringing the recipes concept into reality across many different devices, temperatures and atomizer formats.
About the recipe and roles of the ingredients:
1.) Alpine strawberry brings an authentic wild strawberry to the mix.
2.) Glazed strawberries brings a creamy sticky mouthfeel to the middle of the profile.
3.) Sweet strawberry is the main body of the flavor, used at a higher percentage here to fill out the profile.
4.) Strawberry ripe helps the natural wild strawberry brought by alpine while helping the flavors to congeal and for lack of a better term, helps the whole recipe get along and calm the fuck down. .2% alpine is high in my opinion, so this is more of a chemical / behavioral decision that shows a full effect after a few days of steeping.
You could shake and vape this, but you’ll appreciate a little bit of patience to give the strawberry ripe time to enhance and mute some of the edges off of the flavorings involved.
5.) Cool kids use sweetener, I wanted a commercial feel here so I went with super sweet. This is the only acceptable substitutable or optional point in the recipe.
For those of you mixing by volume, stop. Still mixing by volume? One drop of alpine per 30ml. No more. If you accidentally spill a third drop, your recipe is ruined. The shit means business. Even if you’re mixing with a scale, it might be good to just use the drop method. You likely can’t mix this under 30ml because of the concentration of alpine strawberry.
Inspired by the recipe of the same name by MixinVixens. First off, I didn’t have the same ingredients for the most part, so I subbed my own. Secondly, I made some changes and introduced flavorah wild melon. The original recipe suggests 2% super sweet which is obviously excessive, but I tried it at 1% and was pleasantly surprised. It’s great.
Shake and vape but there’s a lot of flavoring there. It settles down and blooms around the one week mark.
Thick, rich, potent blueberry from a strawberry base. The berry flavor is well supported by the vegetal notes provided by ripe, the mouth feel is dense and almost chewy. I mix mine at 65/35 Cos squonk lyfe.
A sweet candy profile is brought in with sweet strawberry. Cap whipped marshmallow is a great compliment to tfa sweet cream. It’s fantastic right off the shake and doesn’t fade. It changes some, but it only smooths it out.
A cool melon stone that can be vaped as is or mixed with great results. Unfortunately this recipe does require a substantial steep, but most fruits will blend well with it, like apple strawberry or even banana. I mix it up 200ml at a time and always have a zero nic bottle of it around. I add a squirt of something else like pineapple or menthol and add nicotine. Shake and go. Again, don’t be afraid to vape it solo. It’s good on its own after the steep. Off the shake it kinda tastes like nothing. Definitely needs time but it really blooms.
Shake and vape. No sweetener needed. Fresh, soft and full of juicy flavor in your face. It’s fantastic. No steep. Inexpensive ingredients. Vape it or else.
Add menthol if you’re into it. Add sweetener if you want to punish your cotton. I don’t care. I won’t even know you did it. I’ll never even meet you. You kinda don’t even exist.
A bright Raspberry recipe with plenty of mouth feel. Although a dark fruit, it's brightened by a touch of lemon lime and (optional) sweetener. Just a taste of black currant to darken the berry notes without taking the whole recipe over. It's great off the shake, but I recommend giving it a day or two, optimally three days for everything to congeal appropriately. I squonk alot lately, so I've recommended a 65% VG mixture, but the flavor will withstand max VG for those of you who are so inclined.
It's a simple recipe and should give a good representation on an easy method to brighten darker fruits, allowing more flavor and depth to be uncovered in any device. I've tested with single coil, dual coil and tanks and it holds up well. Crystal clear and not bad on the coils. I hope you enjoy it. I've also tried it with a number of cooling concentrates with good success. I prefer Flavorah's cool menthol @ .5 and FW Extreme Ice @ 1%, but surely any ws-23/koolada clone would work, but beware of some slight muting.
Throughout development of this recipe, I had written RA on the side of my bottles, indicating Raspberry. Over time I just started calling it Ra. On a whim, it's been dubbed Amun Ra, after the egyptian god.
From the website:
Rise on Ice by Ruthless Vapor e liquid is a tasty cool vape blended with mouthwatering mangos and Lychee. The magnificent combination of fruit and menthol is a must vape.
I’ve been working on perfecting this for a while. Originally inspired by @Fuminoid’s remix of the non menthol version from IG.
Shake and vape. I mix it 70/30 with nicotine river salts around 3mg. I’m using purlium’s ws-3.
Problem solved. Complex tobacco flavor with just 3 ingredients.
Nice rich tobacco comes from the burley. Add some dark notes and caramel with ry4 double, and finish it off with some dark honey notes. Add more burley if you wanna taste that ash, but I wouldn’t recommend over 4%. Let it steep.