Used in 1887 recipes at an average of 1.551%.
Pretty straight ahead profile on this one. Generic grocery store brand vanilla greek yogurt, inspired by my last shopping trip.
TFA Greek does most of the heavy lifting delivering that love it or hate it flavor. As a main note its used at the top of its workable limit.
TFA French Vanilla gives our first vanilla note as well as adding some thickness to the yogurt. Bavarian cream usually works well in this role but I was looking for a full vanilla flavor so this seemed like a better choice. FA Madagascar is our 2nd vanilla bring a ton of flavor to the mix.
CAP juicy lemon is used real low to add a bit more bite to the yogurt while not adding a lemon flavor, reinforcing the sharpness. Super sweet to taste, 0.5% gets me where I like it. Gotta let this one sit for a few days, but good to go after that if youre looking for a yogurt vape.
I'm 99% sure riot squads black 1 & Signiture orange are the same eliquid (black 1 was just limited edition)
Jelly candy & sweet tangerine are definitely the main the flavours in this eliquid.
Jelly candy at 3.5% is about as high as I want to go, anything higher and it gives off a strange note.
Cap sweet tangerine is are main note for the tangerine. At 4.5% it's upfront n in your face.
Cap juicy orange & cap juicy lemon are there as a bridge between the tangerine & jelly candy. Plus they brighten the whole recipe.
Super sweet is obviously here as it's a premium eliquid.
If you want something that is much closer to the original then just do
6% cap sweet tangerine
3% cap jelly candy
1% cap super sweet.
This is a shake & vape. I really needed something to go with some corona the beer. It pairs up nice with a beer and some warm weather. I’d say sweeten to taste. I got the idea from Superbloke and his line of juice. It came out good. After a week or two the strawberry starts to fade and the watermelon pops out more.
Inspired by this recipe here -----> https://alltheflavors.com/recipes/175889#pink_punch_lemonade_clone_by_denske
I didn't have the lemon's he had, so I used juicy lemon cap and Lemon Sicily. Dropped the pink lemonade by LB down a hair due to using lemon sicily. (that shits potent!)
Super sweet can be adjusted. I just like it on the higher side for this. 0.75% to 1%
inspired by wayne's recipe here ---> https://alltheflavors.com/recipes/53215#water_malone_live_mixing_summertime_recipes_by_enyawreklaw
Simply put, just added some lemon flavors to the recipe.
The addition of the lemon flavor, transforms it from a watermelon profile, to a nice slightly tart candied watermelon flavor.
I've been chasing a lemon vape that can resist to higher wattages, doesn't end up tasting like overcooked lemon candy and doesn't fade after 3 days. I like a generous buttery bakery and a bright lemon curd on it with less sugar. When you bake lemon bars in real life, take the amount of lemon juice advised and double it. Trust me, it changes everything.
VT Lemon Meringue Tart/WF Lemon Squares/FA Apple Pie = That the bakery. VT Lemon Meringue Tart is lovely, you could almost vape it on its own. WF Lemon Squares isn't that lemony, but it's absolutely the buttery shortbread base for our lemon bars. FA Apple Pie marries like a charm with lemon and gives this vape the body it lacks.
CAP Juicy Lemon/FA lemon Sicily/VT Sour Lemon = This mix is the bright and zingy lemon juice profile I like. Also, these flavorings will hold themselves at higher wattages. You always need more from Capella fruits and citrus, but when you find the proper % for them, they will behave well and you can trust them.
FLV Greek Yogurt/FLV Cream = This combo is for the curd, for the tang, for the richness. Again, no bakery ever suffered from 1% of FLV cream.
This mix will age well. The first week you'll get a face full of lemon. The second week, your buttery bakery will come out. The third week and on, you'll have a well-balanced lemon bar recipe that will maintain it's lemony goodness albeit a little less zing.
Enjoy, be queer & vape on!
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