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(CAP) Hibiscus


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Used in 791 recipes at an average of 1.411%.

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60 DIY E-Liquid Recipes found


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GIGI Is Grack Improved.
(Specifically, the bad parts - meringue, dragonfruit, and especially strawberry - have been replaced with better alternatives.)

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A remix of DB Liquids Black Blossom Tea and my attempt at a Cherry Blossom Iced Tea. Don't be alarmed by the flavor percentage. The TFA I'm using here is super weak (especially Sweet Tea).

When ID10-T turned me onto TFA Sweet Tea I knew that I had the base for this remix. It's really weak and you can probably push it up to 15% solo. The generic watered down restaurant iced tea it pushes is light and doesn't bully a mix like FA Black Tea would here.

TFA Honeysuckle/Cherry Blossom brings the cherry with some floral brightness. The Honeysuckle pushes it a little sweeter and adds some depth to the florals. I tried it without the Honeysuckle but something just seemed to be missing.

CAP Hibiscus is here to add a bit of it's renowned sticky mouthfeel and add to the sweetness.

The small amount of FE Lemon brightens things up just a little bit and isn't really noticeable in the recipe. Can't have iced tea without just a little lemon.

INW Natural Mint adds just a touch of cool natural mint to the profile. It's sits way on top and is just noticeable.

Add coolant if you wish. I like this with just the mint. It's a pretty delicate vape even with the high flavor percentage.

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Mixed live for Addy Tuney on Fresh's show where we tried to mix some of the profiles we've been banging our heads on.

A big bright lime flavor with some popsicle stickiness.

I <3 Addy Tuney.

This was the winner for Mixin Vixens month 2. It's my version of Starbux's Passion Tea which is a hibiscus tea. It's one of my proudest creations.

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Another Mixer's Club entry. This is uniquely delicious and possibly one of the best recipes I have ever created. The only problem with it is it needs citrus support because the FLV Lemonade will fade within 2 weeks. I will eventually update it and include detailed notes once I get the right support figured out that doesn't mess with the delicate balance of some crazy ingredients. I just wanted to go ahead and put it out there in the world.

Description: A ginger-lemonade spiked with gin with an exotic floral twist.

Little Bit of Paradise Tea
 
Brief Description:
This citrus forward fruity black tea vape. I have been wanting spring to start here in NYC so while dealing with the snow outside, I was dreaming of sipping something like this on a hammock somewhere sunny and warm.
 
Hibiscus (CAP) 3% / Black Tea (FLV) 1.5%:
The tea is a lighter element to this mix. I like the Black Tea flavor tho its really close to a sweetened tea. I wanted to help back it up and make it blend better with some of the citrus elements found in Hibiscus.
 
Pink Guava (FLV) 1% / Pineapple (INW) 2% / Lychee (FE) 0.75%:
The Pink Guava is definitely the more dominate note. One of the things it boost this recipe to make it feel more like a tea is upping the astringent element drinking tea provides. Black Tea already does that some. I have been wanting to find a good recipe to use this Lychee flavor in for a while. Its an excellent lychee flavor. Its pretty strong even in lower % so be careful. Since this was a bit sweeter than I wanted, I then used Pineapple to add a nice tropical citrus. Came out delicious. The flavor will stick to your coils for a little bit.

I tried this right after mixing it and was pleasantly surprised how close it felt to drinking a tropical fruity tea. After a few days, it really blends together well and mellows out enough that it isnt as much of a guava punch to the tastebuds.

Mango is my absolute favorite fruit and I love mixing with it and trying to find that perfect mango vape. If you are a fan of mango and looking for a great summertime recipe then give this beauty a mix.

I wanted to try something a bit different from my usual recipes and my new bottle of FLV Black Tea was sitting on the shelf looking lonely so I thought why not?

Id10-t tackled this profile quite a while ago with a simple and pretty tasty mango iced tea recipe, however, I felt it a bit too linear and a touch harsh on the throat. Not to mention FA Black Tea, although not horrible, leaves a lot to be desired.

I decided I wanted the mango part to be more along the lines of a nectar/puree, so I used a combo that I have really been digging lately, FLV Mango at 1% and SC Mango at 2% is low enough to let the other flavors shine through, yet provides a nice full mango nectar. If you don't have SC Mango yet, do yourself a favor and buy it! It is an amazing flavor and my current favorite. Its only downfall is that its susceptible to a bit of fading after a few days so it is best as a SnV. FLV Mango is there to bolster the SC and contribute some of its brighter citrusy top notes.

FLV Black Tea provides a nice sweet and mildly complex tea base and has become one of my new favorite flavors. 1.5% provides a good level of tea flavor to the recipe. Bump up to 2% if you would like the tea to be a bit more apparent.

CAP Hibiscus is another great flavor and it pairs very nicely with the mango, adding a nice twist to this recipe. 1.5% brings the flavor up enough to compliment the mango and black tea while providing a nice syrupy sweetness to the profile.

TFA Strawberry at 1% is mainly here to ensure this recipe is as smooth as silk. Also, strawberry is a wonderful pairing choice for mango and even at a fairly low 1% compliments the mango and hibiscus wonderfully.

I add 1.5-2% WS-23 30% but if that is too much please feel free to take it down to your preferred level.

I have really been digging Ricks Sugar Daddy sweetener since I started using it. In fact, I don't use anything else anymore because this stuff is amazing! It's about the same potency as TFA Sweetener so I don't believe 1% is absurd by any means but feel free to sub your preferred sweetener or remove it completely as the recipe is fairly sweet on its own.

I enjoy this recipe right off the shake but if you let it sit for a day or two, the tea and hibiscus will pop out a bit more as the mango fades slightly.

I really hope that some of you are able to mix this up ☺ It's a perfect vape for summertime cocktails on the patio or just lounging in the sun.

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This is a citrusy and floral fruit cocktail with Grapefruit, Peach, Hibiscus, and Passion fruit.
Made for Flavor Book entry "INW WHITE GRAPEFRUIT"

-> http://nolife.link/inw-wht-grpfrt

(NOTE: All Flavorbook Entry recipes are meant to showcase a specific flavoring, and aren't recipes based upon final profiles)

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Mixers Club June (Floral Month) Submission

https://www.ejuicemakers.com/forums/topic/becoming-a-mixers-club-member-and-how-to-participate/

Flavor Menu: A nutty hibiscus tobacco

NOTES:
INW Gold Ducat: Used it for its toasty coconut vibe that it has. INW Gold for Pipe is used it because it has a very mild tobacco note and I felt it would pair well with a floral flavor. CAP Hibiscus out of the 2 Hibscus’ I own I felt this would work better in a tobacco. INW Marzipan I used it add a nutty almond note. FA Meringue was used to add some sweet creaminess. INW Garuda Absolute to me is a very earthy tobacco and I know Hibiscus is used in teas which are earthy so i figured the earthiness from the Garuda would pair well.

A sweet almond cream with hibiscus.

Almond, Hazel grove, marzipan:
Is the almond. Almond is almond, Hazel grove gives the almond some more Nuttyness and marzipan gives the almond flavor a little boost.

Hibiscus:
Is hibiscus. Nice and bright. Startet at 0.75% but needed a bit more, so 1.5 is perfect in this mix.

Cream :

Creamy milky undertone and Vienna cream for the milky creamy base, and vanilla swirl for at bit of vanilla. It also kinda coats the almond, so it dosent get to dry.

Super sweet:
Is necessary. The whole mix would be super dry and bitter without it...

Give this 7 days, and it is pure pleasure. Not like a strawberry and cream pleasure, but like its own pleasure. Hard to describe. Try it pls
😉👍

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