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An elegant Bellini infused with fresh mango, pineapple juice and coconut, kissed with a sprig of mint and a squeeze of fresh lime.
The inspiration came from a bottle of non-alcoholic bubbly (why bother?) at my local grocer. The challenge was on to recreate this intriguing combination and this is the result...
TPA Champagne does a good job in providing the base of our Bellini but it lacks the authenticity needed for that that deep, refined, sparkling wine vibe. INW Grape boosts the grapiness of the Champagne and lays the foundation for the drink.
The fruit infusion comes with the compliments of the best mango and pineapple around... FLV Mano is revered for its pure mango goodness and combined with CAP Golden pineapple, provide a fantastical fruit melange.
FA Coco does a superb job in proving that real, creamy coconut milk type flavour without imparting any candy-like notes and sits beautifully I this mix at 1.5%.
The Cap Cool mint provides that delicate ‘real’ mint flavour which, combined with Lime Tahiti CP, provide the finishing touches to our Bellini.
Give this baby 5 days to fully come together before sipping gently on her...
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Sweet Paan e-liquid based on Paan shisha flavor
I came up with this recipe when I noticed that there aren't any noteworthy interpretations out there which brings the Asian sub-continent's traditional chewing tobacco to an e-liquid. Original Paan is made up of mixture of herbs, spices, tobacco and sometimes dried up fruits and nuts which are wrapped over with betel leaves and consumed as whole. My interpretation is based on the shisha/hookah variant which is much more palatable.
1 drop of MTS Wizard per 15ml is optional
You CAN technically achieve similar taste without Rose, Oak Wood and RY4 (and shake and vape!) but they won't round off well to give the floral tobacco-ish notes after steeping
Clove is a personal preference and not that necessary, it gives a pungent spiciness to complement the sweetness of Anise.
After mixing let it breathe for a few hours
Expanding on Waynes Live,"Mix .....i have a SnowMan recipe out already for several months now.. this adds to it on the white chocolate side ...makes for a festive vape during the holidays.Just so ppl do not get the wrong idea... i have been toying with these recipes before wayne realesed his pillow talk, cuprian and the recipe from 12/16.. for almost a year... it just so happened that he came out with some very similar recipes... so his recipes inspired me to go some other routes with mine .....
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This is what Blue taste like to me!!!! When I think of blue I think of the Sky on a nice cool Clear day. It has that nice beautiful blue sky but add that coolness of the Breeze. When I think of blue I think of being on vacation sipping on a nice cool drink. Enjoying my relaxation which makes me happy.
A very nice Sweet and Sour Blue and raspberry flavor.
RF Blue Razz is a great blue razzberry flavor perfect amount of sweet and sour.
FW blueberry adds more of that authentic blueberry flavor.
TFA Raspberry sweet helps to add some citrus to balance recipe out.
LA Lemonade is a very good Lemonade and at 1.5% is perfect as to not take over the whole profile.
Vanillin makes this taste more like a nice candy vape.
Add .25 Super sweet optional for a nice sweet vape off the Shake. Add 1% Cap cool mint for that nice cool vape as well.
Qebui - The Egyptian God of the Northern Wind
Responsible for northern winds that bring about winter.
Whether you enjoy an ice cold vape that will chill you to the bone, or you're sick and want to be able to breathe again, this is the vape for you.
The combination of INW Natural Mint and CAP Cool Mint form a sweet mint flavor that is absolutely delicious. Top it off with a sizeable amount of menthol, and this super simple recipe will have you wondering why you haven't tried something like this sooner.