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(CAP) Juicy Lemon


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Not sure how this will be. I will update after it steeps and I get to taste it.

Grinch Punch
This is a delicious vape based on a recipe using these ingredients::
2 Liter Sprite
1 Packet Lemon Lime Kool-Aid
1 Tbsp Lemon Juice
Red Sugar Sprinkles

To create this punch WF SC Lemon Lime Soda creates the perfect base for the Sprite.

For the kool-aid, I am using Cap Lemon Lime. The Lenon Juice is Cap Juicy Lemon
Here is the magic and fun part of the recipe, for the Red Sugar Sprinkles, I used WF SC Dweeb Candy, this has a couple of uses in the recipe, not only does it give the candy, but it also helps the cap lemon lime feel more like kool-aid. To give the candy a bit more authenticity, I add VT Sour Lemon
Sweetner is needed so Add Sweetener of your preference,I like super sweet @ .25%.
If you like coolant, add some ws23

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In the UK, pancakes are more like French crepes and we often have them with lemon juice and sugar (and they are delicious).

I did a little experiment to make that profile and it is awesome (if I may say so myself).

Made 30ml yesterday and have nearly finished it already!

I imagine that a bit of steep time will improve it, but I have to say it hasn't really needed it as it works right off the bat!

Give it a try and please let me know what you think!

My version of a bright and sweet Lemon Meringue Pie.

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This is a Blue Raspberry and Strawberry Slush recipe that is named after my wife because it’s her favorite. I’ve gone through many versions before finally settling on this one. The percentages are high and the flavor is strong but that’s exactly what she wanted so feel free to dial down anything that you feel is too much. If you mix this up, I hope you enjoy it as much as she has. Let me know what you think!

A multi-layered lemon parfait.

This needs just a couple days to settle in and the lemon is miraculously still present @ 70+ days.

Showcasing Capella Lemon Lime. Lemon top note, lime body, hints of vanilla, graham finish. Steep for 3 plus days. I mix this at 50/50 using 6mg nic salts.

Trying to clone treat factory lemon glaze. 2nd attempt

While my first attempt was tasty, it was off.

CAP juicy lemon: 90% sure this is the right lemon

TFA Meringue : This is what makes up the "glaze" I think this concentrate most closely resembles that glaze flavor I get in the original.

TFA Marshmallow: Helps that glaze flavor. Sugary sweetness

FA Custard: I don't know if there's any kind of custard element to this juice. But this helps add body and helps bring out that slight vanilla flavor to the glaze

CAP Super sweet: I've got this at 2% which is really high, but the commercial juice is SWEET. Omit if you don't like sweetener.

V3 notes:

Added some FA meringue and cap sugar cookie. Theres a bakery element I think but its light and sweet. I think cap sug cookie could work. Going to give this for a spin and see if I'm closer

If the idea of lemon sugar goo sounds appealing to you give this a try.

Off the shake this attempt seems closer to the original. Gonna let it steep and test along the way.

you remember that bottle of graveyard juice that your buddy handed you when you first started? no that didn't happen to you? Well now you can wander thru the "graveyard"! i can't describe the taste anything other than like a 'graveyard' soda, but only in theory. little bit of this, little bit of that. its a similar profile to what my buddy gave me to help me start vaping.

Just a note...at lower temperatures, the lemon will be stronger and the berries will be weaker. If you usually vape at low temperature, you may want to cut the lemon in this recipe. Also in general the lemon will start stronger and mellow out the longer the juice steeps.

I published a recipe a while ago called Lemonberry Cheesecake. It was inspired (but not cloned) from a commercial juice of the same name. I never really thought the base was perfect, though.

I recently tried Simply Cheesecake and like it a lot. I think it comes together a lot better than many other cheesecakes I've tried. So I added the lemon and berries from my other recipe to it. I think the end result is pretty good. The lemon really serves to highlight the berries.

I debated whether to use just the Forrest mix or to mix TPA Berry Mix together with it. If you prefer you could probably leave out the TPA Berry Mix and double the Forrest Mix.

This is vapable after a few days but the cheesecake takes a bit of a steep to get its full depth.

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