From @Queuetue : I find boston rounds to be the very best bottles for mixing and temporary storage. I use them for my VG and PG as well as on the scale while I'm making a mix. With a top that's easy to fill, easy to cap and with minimal access to air, I keep a bunch on hand for unflavored base, or whatever project I may be up to for handy, quick access.
The tip is small enough to use with most top-fill RTAs or RDAs as well.
Flavor Profile: alcohol bitter bright citrus dry easy fruity juicy
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The Basil Smash is a relatively new drink (well, new in the context of cocktails) with an alluring Hulk-green tint and a real fresh kick. ... Place basil and lemon into a cocktail shaker. ... The Basil Smash was conceived by Jörg Meyer of the Lion in Hamburg in 2008.
Time to make juice that comes very close to the real drink!
(FM) Gin In Paris, serves as the foundation for this recipe.
The complex flavors of this gin, a gin combined with pure orange, and a smooth banana taste. It is spicy and fresh without dominating.
(CAP) Lemon and Lime, a very refreshing and balanced lemon&lime that perfectly sit in this mix. I choose this aroma for its light candy and soda taste.
(FA) Oba Oba , light vanilla tasting, sweet candy aroma that blend nicely gin, basil and the lemon and lime.
(FLV) Basil, a refreshing alternative for a natural mint flavor, fresh basil and fresh fennel with hints from anis. Fairly sweet and the finishing touch for this recipe.
This savory vape is perfect any time of year, but it packs a powerful (and tasty!) boozy punch!
The ultimate “Lounge-Vape”.
Like it sweeter? add (CAP) super sweet to you likes.
A few drops of cucumber/cactus will work as well.
Steep: 9 days to settle the gin and citrus and let the basil blend perfectly.
So I bought this flavor called Burst and it was a citrus burst and I can totally taste cap lemon lime and alil bit yellow burst and it taste just like fuckin mello yello so if you guys wanna try this make sure U drink some mello yello and get your flavor notes that why bcuz what I got when I first tried this and it was amazing and not really sweet either
I wanted to create something fresh for the summertime with this one. I decided to start with the base flavor of Raspberry and work with some of its flavor affinities. Enter CAP Lemon Lime, a flavor I've had for awhile but have barely used. That's going to change now. It gives the mix a very nice juicy citrus profile. More lime than lemon with that flavor, but for its place in this recipe, that's a good thing. I decided to go with a third affinity for Raspberry, and that is Blackcurrant. FA Blackcurrant, in my opinion is the one and only Blackcurrant flavor you'll ever need. It also serves to deepen the Raspberry. Depending on how fresh your bottle of Lemon-Lime is, due to the alcohol, this is good as a SnV or overnight steep.
With the warm weather fast approaching, I decided it was time to drift away from the cream and bakery recipes I had been working on. MadLad Lemonade is a simple, summertime lemonade that works well on it's own, but has loads of versatility to add whatever extra fruit flavours you may want. Great as a shake and vape, give it 2-3 days to bring out the unique flavours sitting underneath LA Lemonade. As always, flavour notes below.
LA Lemonade - the obvious choice for the lemonade base. This shit is just delicious. After a few days, the flavour starts to mellow out, and you are left with a very pleasant lemonade that is equal parts sweet and tart. Also, a pretty versatile concentrate, you can lower the percentage to get the lemonade to sit as an accent note. At 4.25, it holds up to the steep and keeps melding with the other flavours.
FW Beetle Juice - HUGE shouts out to CaptainCannibal for his tireless work on his SHURB clone over the years. In his latest iterations, he noted that Beetle Juice was the missing ingredient. I had never tried this concentrate until now, but holy shit is it tasty. I typically have an aversion to concentrates that are meant to be a mix of flavours, because I typically would rather build up a complex flavour from scratch. But FW Beetle Juice is one of the rare exceptions to the rule. This shit is fruity, candy sweet, and imparts a slight mouthfeel reminiscent of sherbet. It adds a smoothness to the recipe that I can't get enough of. After 2 days of steeping, this flavour punches its way to the front and brings amazing notes of orange, sweet lime, and maybe even a touch of strawberry. I'd say you could do without if you don't have it, and just build those notes from other concentrates, but there is something magical about Beetle Juice, and it plays SO well in this recipe. 10/10, this is gonna be a new staple in my mixes.
INW Cactus / FA Oba Oba - FINALLY, after a year of being told I need it for my fruit mixes, I have INW Cactus. Now, I don't believe it fully lives up to the hype surrounding it. While I do like it, and I do feel it brings a nice wetness to the fruits, I still hold FA Pear is the go to for that kind of emulsification. However, in this recipe, it works better than FA Pear. There aren't any off notes, and it just helps boost all of the other flavours in a way that pear just wasn't doing. FA Oba Oba is here to play with FW Beetle Juice. It pushes that mouthfeel a little further, and imparts a bit more citrus note to the mix, as a whole. These two are some must-haves if you're trying to do some citrus emulsification in your recipes.
CAP Lemon Lime - I initially used FA Lemon Sicily to brighten up LA Lemonade, but it just wasn't doing what I wanted. Enter CAP Lemon Lime. In here, it helps the lemonade note hold up to the steep, while also adding a little touch of carbonation on the back end. It's not EXACTLY like carbonated lemonade, but that's not what I wanted. It just makes the lemonade feel even more refreshing and bright in a way that LS wasn't.
FA Polar Blast - honestly, the TPA Koolada killer. Y'all know I like to add menthol to almost all of my fruit mixes. And I had been using Koolada for years. Polar Blast is "just better" -Shyndo 2017. It doesn't impart ANY flavour at all, there are no weird off notes when mixed with other concentrates, and it is actually a lot less harsh than Koolada is. This shit is great, and helps the lemonade feel cold. Mixing this with the CAP Lemon Lime really creates the feel that you're sipping on some freshly made lemonade.
So there ya go. I was gonna save this for my 1v1 with Vurve, but I didn't want to wait any longer to drop it. Mix it up, and play with different fruits to make it your own. Cheers.
Bilí is a popular drink from Vieques, a small island off the coast of Puerto Rico. Traditionally, it’s made by fermenting rum with quenepas, a local tropical fruit. However,i expand the infusing concept with other fruits. In this one, cherries, orange, lemon & Lime, cucumber and spiced cinnamon are macerated with sugar before infusing dark rum.
This is a digestif that packs a real punch, a very refreshing vape
FLV Rich Cinnamon 2 drops per 15ml!
S/V let it sit 24 hours, better or perfect 3 days.
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