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(CAP) Lemon Lime


By: Capella (CAP) - Buy Direct
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Flavor Profile: alcohol bitter bright citrus dry easy fruity juicy

Used in 412 recipes at an average of 2.386%.

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23 DIY E-Liquid Recipes found


My first ever Rainbow Sherbet recipe, named after me! The Koolada has been a struggle of mine for years in how much to use to make it subtle but contributing to the experience. I've even thrown it out in other versions of this, but I am posting the mix containing it for hopeful feedback. I took the idea of using a premix (TPA Rainbow Sherbet) and enhanced all 3 separate aspects with individual concentrates of the icy treat by doubling them up. Welcome feedback and criticisms of all kinds on this recipe.

A bright, wet pear vape.

FA Pear/FA Fuji/CAP Lemon Lime : The thick broad pear flavoring brings the base while the Fuji brings the bright tartness. Lemon lime helps to mesh these two flavorings together.

INW Cactus: provides a wet/juicy density to the vape.

TPA Meringue: Brings an ever so sweet note to the mix will also taking off a little of the "pledge" note of cap lemon lime.

Definitely shake and vapeable, best giving it a few days to let everything blend and allow Lemon Lime to calm down.

A soft sugar cookie with a lemon cream cheese icing

Every holiday season i join a few cookie swaps and while going through my cookie recipes it dawned on me to make one into an E-Juice, here it is.

I started with Yellow Cake, Sugar Cookie and Vanilla Swirl for the base but found it lacking as a "cookie".
with the addition of Biscuit the base really came together but was missing the smooth/soft mouth feel, Cap Butter Cream solved that nicely.

The lemon cream cheese icing was pretty straight forward with Cream Cheese Icing and Lemon Sicily but felt too one dimensional
after trying more than a few flavors to fix that i settled on Lemon Lime.

This was made the other day on the fly and turned out pretty damn good IMO. I was leaving for work and had no juice to vape. So made this up. When I got off work I spent some time to perfect it.

CAP. Sweet tangerine and TFA orange cream is obviously the orange in the tic tac. These two together are not quite the exact flavor you get from a tic tac but I didn't want that wierd sour after taste that the candy can leave.

CAP. super sweet is obviously the sweetener here so sting less than a percent is just right.

CAP lemon lime. Now when I left for work this wasn't in the recipie I made. After vaping it for 10 hours and it was good, it was still missing something. As soon as I picked this off my self I knew this was it. It gives it that citrus flavor and at 1.75% it still doesn't give that wierd after taste.

So a mix and a good steady shake this is great. But 2 days is perfect

Feel free to give any ideas to see if you think it could be better.

G2G. 5 day steep.

Originally an attempt at Charlie Chalk Dust Head Banging Boogie. After many revisions I feel I have made something better.

Although I haven't tried, I don't see any reason you couldnt reduce the sweetner to taste.

An ice cold glass of Lemon-Lime juiciness!

Add 1 drop Koolada per 10ml

Add 1 drop Capella Super Sweet per 15ml

A sweet bright and fruity rainbow sherbet from scratch. I was going to do something super simple with just fw rainbow sherbet and fw vbic and call it good but I wanted to take a NCM approach and use the individual flavor components of rainbow sherbet. Those flavors being raspberry, lemon, lime, orange and pineapple.
Cap lemon lime was the logical choice as it is nice and sweet and authentic to what a flat sprite or 7up would taste like. It's easy for some lemon flavors to overpower at first and then die down drastically over time but I needed to keep some of that citrus bite that is present in rainbow sherbet.

For the orange I used fw blood orange. No real particular reason why other than liking the juicy orange taste it imparts. It also adds to the citrus component complimenting the lemon lime but there is something else needed.

I was recommended to try using inw sparkling wine to add crispness by Rageisalotofwork but alas all I had was fa wine champagne which accomplished making it have a crisp verging on carbonated feel.

Finishing the citrus note unused fw pineapple natural at 3% instead of the inw exotic that I had used before. FW pineapple natural is nice and sweet ba ok dancing somewhere between a candy and natural pineapple kind of like the juice in a fruit cup.

Something citrus heavy mixes can tend to do it have a dryness to them, queue INW cactus. A must have for anyone that enjoys any fruit Vapes. It adds a nice wet mouth feel without distracting from the other flavors when used at lower percentages.

Due to the potency of the many citrus based components in this recipe I needed to boost the amount of flavor that was going to make up the ice cream part. FW vanilla bean ice cream has a nice blend of sweetness and creaminess leaning a touch more to sweet but lacking any "pepper" taste that I hear so many people getting from TPA vbic.

I've all but ditched using any sweeteners anymore and instead use cap or tpa vanilla frosting in its place. It does great in this recipe by complimenting the vbic and adding sweetness that tames any unpleasant bitterness or throat hit that can be caused by citrus heavy mixes.

As a shake and vape this is quite good but I would recommend at least a couple days steep time for the creaminess of the vbic to become more pronounced.

Someone had to do it๐Ÿ˜ˆ and now you'll never get that stupid song out of your head while vaping this recipe.

https://youtu.be/7qxk4ZeQUWY

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So here it is, my very first completely from scratch recipe. I have been talking about this damn thing for

I got the idea from one of Wayne's live mixing streams while he was talking about how he wanted to make a black currant lemonade one days. So I shamelessly stole the idea. hah.

I never made anything from scratch and simply mixed other people's recipes so this was a pretty fun experience. The idea was to get a sweet black currant lemonade with the lemonade being abit more dominant instead of just black currant in the face.

Flavourart Black currant: I used this because out of the few black currant flavorings I tried this was simply the best. FA just make some of the best authentic fruits out there and black currant is no exception. Using this was a no brainer. Billberry is there to just enforce the black currant after the recommendations from the mixers collective. it just worked really well.

Flavourart oba oba: This is a flavoring that randomly got added but somehow worked. Darren cole's timebomb recipe used it and he mentioned it giving a citrus flavor and I put it in the lemonade to test it and it really worked. For some reason.

Lorann Lemonade: another no brainer. LA lemonade is just a delicious basic lemonade. I added CAP lemon lime to boost the lemonade.

INW cactus: I used this simply for it's "wet" feeling.

TFA sweetener: Lemonade needs to be sweet.

70/30 VG/PG

Steep: 2-3 days

I have no idea how to do any of this so I apologise if this is abit rough and amateur looking. I have vaped about 60ml and I really enjoy it. it's a nice black currant with a strong lemonade kick to it. I hope people mix this up and give me their opinion so that I can grow and learn.

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So this is the first stop on trying to clone one of my favorite juices. Its not quite 100% there yet, but it's definitely close and a very good vape. I love that it straddles the line of being a bakery, but also a crisp refreshing flavor. Works well as a shake and vape, but the Apple really comes out in 3-5 days. The lemon-lime and lime tahiti pair nicely to compliment the fuji and create a very nice top note that's extremely bright and refreshing. Normally I use sugar cookie at a higher percentage because, well.......it's sugar cookie. One of the best and most versatile flavors around. It's here just to boost inherent sweetness and add a bit of graininess. The graham cracker and sugar cookie the base of the crumb note and is boosted by the liquid amber. I'm almost positive that amber isn't in the original, but it works so well getting the profile where it needs to be. Lastly a dash of meringue is used to round out the harsh edges and work as a bridge. Hope you enjoy!

Steep Time: 5-7 days, but can work as a shake&vape if you're in a pinch.

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