Flavor Profile: alcohol bitter bright citrus dry easy fruity juicy
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It's a shake and vape Cranberry Sprite that's as easy as 1, 2, 3.
A little less FLV Cranberry and a touch of some kind of sweetner could make this more authentic, if you're just dying for a super authentic Cranberry Sprite vape. Some WS-23 or Polar Blast would probably make it more refreshing, too. But I like it just the way it is.
This mix is not based on air factory as I have never had any of their juice.
this is very close to my memory of the white "mystery flavor" air heads
amazing all day vape, shake and vape... perfect after a one day steep.
the watermelon and guava give plenty of sweetness so I didn't feel it needed any super sweet.
feel free to share and adapt to your taste, just please give credit to the creator.
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based on https://alltheflavors.com/users/ThomasChirafisi -Watermelon Cucumber Mint
This is a Lemon Lime Cheesecake recipe. Got some nice tartness and smooth body
Made on "Live Mixing: Top 10 Must Have Capella Flavorings"
You can mix this without the MB Captain Rum, or sub it with another boozy alcohol, you could even add FLV Morning Mimosa to this recipe as well at 0.5% for a slightly different boozy taste. A good sangria should be sweet, fruity, boozy, and chilled. You can adjust the sweetener level to your own tastes, or sub CAP SS with FLV Sweetness if you are are looking to make it without sucralose (use around 0.25% to 0.4% of FLV Sweetness as a replacement.) Caramel is there to add a slightly richer note, you could also use a brown sugar in this spot as well, but I liked the caramel taste.
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If you have to leave with one thing about people from Wisconsin, we love to drink!
A bit of a prologue
Since starting DIY, this was the recipe I knew I had to create. The first seven iterations I was able to make something that resembled this staple drink. After a year away and trying different recipes, I came back to what brought me here. With more knowledge and more flavors, this is the closest I am willing to take this mix.
Sure, some tweaking could help round out everything a little more, but in the end, it satisfies.
WARNING: INW Shisha Punch is potent as fuck. Use this at 1 drop per 15ml.
TFA Brandy / TFA Kentucky Bourbon - What's an Old Fashioned without the brandy? TFA's version is a bit more thick and syrupy than I would like, it's subtle and blends in the middle while adding some body. Bourbon is used low to enhance the Brandy and give more of the alcoholic sting in the throat.
TFA Brown Sugar / INW Shisha Punch - Big shoutout to @CriticalVape for finding the almost near perfect aromatic bitters mix. Even at low percentages, the amount of spice that is added really brings this vape to another level.
CAP Lemon Lime - Us Wisconsinites mix our Old Fashioned with Sprite. Lemon Lime brings out that bright, somewhat bubbly feel overall. After a shake, it does have a plasticy off note, but dies down after about a day steep.
FW Orange / FW Maraschino Cherry / TFA Sweetener - If you are unfamiliar with how this drink is made, a few cherries and a slice of orange are muddled in the glass with a sugar cube. These three flavors try to represent that mixture. While the cherry kind of hides in the mix, the orange tends to be upfront and overall present throughout the vape. Of course, sweetener enhances these notes. while rounding out the sharpness of the Lemon Lime and Orange.
Right off a shake, it's completely vapable, I do recommend about a day or two to kill off those off notes.