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(CAP) Double Apple


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Used in 2355 recipes at an average of 2.77%.

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STEEP: Shake & Vape Certified (Best after Overnight Steep)
MIX: 60VG // 40PG

This recipe utilizes the Water Malone base, skipping the Dragonfruit, and infuses a great lemonade base from OOO Lemonade and FA Lemon Sicily.

Made Live Here:
https://youtu.be/fSEr1nA_0Mg

If you're looking to use the Water Malone one-shot, mix at recommended percentage (10%), and add the same lemon base at the same percentages, skip the sucralose, but add the touch of ice. =)

This is a remix of glass apple by proto jetsam.

I liked the original but found it harsh so thought I'd remix it with newer flavours.

Fa fuji gives us the bulk of our apple flavouring.at 2% I don't get that harsh bite I get from it.

Cap double apple just to brighten up fa fuji a little.

Fa juicy strawberry at 1.5% gives us that sweet strawberry note without it being the main flavour.

Fa peach/flv peach gives a nice rounded peach flavour without the harshness I get from most peach flavourings.

Ws23 can be added.

Just a nice summer vape combo. Mixed for MTL devices.

Honey peach and white peach blend well with FA pear, double apple in there to boost the pear mealiness, a touch of whipped cream to round it off and boost the sweetness. For an even sweeter vape you can add 0.25% sweetener. Can be vaped right off the shake but I'd give it a few days to settle in.

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This recipe is from Ejuice for Beginners DIY Made Easy Ep. 003: 3 Simple 3 Ingredient Recipes watch the video on YouTube at https://youtu.be/P042DD45NHo

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The only thing missing here is the smell of exhaust while you wait in line....Enjoy

BIG thanks to Developed for doing this again!

This recipe was tested and designed on the Wasp Nano RDA, choked down 3/4 closed w/added stubby 510 drip tip, 24g round wire .70ohms at 30W and the Moonshot RTA at .56ohms at 42 watts

An amazing blend of guava , apple , berries and a hint of strawberry ! The perfect adv for summer times!

I was trying for a Sour green apple. Cap Green Apple and Inawara White Grapefruit combined gave me a tart apple. I used Double apple to give it a more fleshy apple, and cactus for the juiciness. Didnt get the sour apple but ended up with a pretty good tart apple. Added a bit of sweetener, not much, to round out reality.... hope you enjoy...feedback appreciated

This recipe was built for and tested on an Elder Dragon RDA 2.5 Stapled Clapton .17 ohm, at 65 watts

Rugly's Current ADV is set to

Purple Drank

This mix replicates a tall glass of my childhood favorite.

FW Grape Soda nails purple bubbles however it's a bit lacking in dimension. I add CAP Double Apple and INW Grape to really fill in the those spots. VT Creaming soda to give it a creamy head and FA Bilberry to juicy up the grapes.

It's pretty good off the shake but I steep it at least 24 hours.

I sweeten with 0.25% CAP Super Sweet.

So I was intrigued by the Prickly Victory and tried it. A good recipe but I felt something was missing. Obviously with only two ingredients, there's a lot you can do with it to improve it to your personal liking.

I have been going through Wayne's Water-Malone bottles at an alarming rate. So I though, why not combine it with Prickly and see what comes of it (replacing the melon flavors for Prickly Victory's flavors. Well, enjoyment came out of it, but I still felt that it needed something to push it just a bit further. So I went through my flavor stash to see what felt right. I pulled the FE Lemon from my stash and felt like this could be something. Tried it at 0.5% and immediately knew that this was just right. I personally add 0.5% WS-23 also.

The name obviously comes from Wayne Walker and Prickly Victory. I'd have chosen to make this a derivative from Water Malone also, but I don't know if you can make it derivative from two recipes. So I chose to make it as a derivative of Prickly, as it is more Prickly than Malone. If it is possible, let me know and I'll fix that.

Simple, sweet, balanced fruit mix
Easy ADV material for me as it’s not heavy or over powering even at the high %....it’s just full a rounded.
Burnt out on custards and cakes? Mix this one up...
If you try it, I'd love comments or reviews. Thanks!

This recipe was tested and designed on the Haku single Clapton at .54ohms at 50W@s2k on ELR

Flavor Notes

By: mlNikon Score: 80 / 100 Solo: 5.0% Mix: 3.0% Steep: N/A Difficulty: 30 / 100

Nice sweet juicy blend of green and red apples. Some peel notes along with the flesh of the apples.


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