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This is my first take on a Juicy Blood Orange Peach. I hope you enjoy!
I paired up Fa white peach with Inw peach for the main peach flavor. FW blood orange is to give the Peach more of a fuller orange flavor. I wanted to taste the actual color orange as well on the peach. Cap's sweet Mango blends the peaches with the blood orange. Cap sweet Guava gives you a Juicier and fuller vape experience. And finally cap super sweet is optional, but recommended at 0.5%.
Idea stolen from @rockyharlow
The profile is a tropical perfumed guava.
Love cap sweet guava. To me it Is a sweet nectar with that little bite of bitterness. It plays very well with dragon fruit and cactus.
These three were made to be vaped together.
The juice emulsifier with some floral nuances. Here it plays better than tpa df
Just for that floral feel.
Inw cactus: a little lemony back note and tons of wetness, it makes wonders paired with guava.
Fa jasmin: one of my fav floral flavors. It provides very well that petals perfume I wanted in the mix.
The ws-23 is the perfect coolant to get a summer refreshing vape.
Cap super sweet helping the guava become more vibrant.
For a smooth juice let it steep for 8-10 days. Can be S&V but better after steep
I love the fruit/floral combo that @RockyHarlow uses in his "Rainforest" recipe. It's hard to describe with words what it tastes like, since it's more of an abstract work of art, but I think his name "Rainforest" fits very well. The sweetness of the guava, sweet/floral honeysuckle and funky cactus makes for a very interesting combination.
As I keep throwing things at my soda base (FLV Citrus Soda, CAP Lemon Lime & WS-23), I think this combo turned out great. It preserves the unique taste of the original mix, but adds a slight fizzyness to it.
Profile: Melon candy!
I recently picked up a few candy flavors that I wanted to work with, to cover some ground in that area as well.
The best way for me to start working with candy, was to find a fruit profile that I really enjoy and in this case, that would be melons.
Choices of flavors:
For the melon, I landed pretty securely on FLV Wild Melon, as it gives a great bunch of melons in one single concentrate.
But I felt it needed a little extra, so I tossed in FLV Watermelon as well as a booster.
Further I wanted to bolster the sweetness of the melons and at the same time start adding in the candy effect to the fruits. Here my choice fell on CAP Sweet Guava.
While Sweet Guava on its own can be very weak, it does have some awesome abilities to both sweeten up other fruits and add some nice exotic top notes.
To make the candy a candy, but not sugary disgustingly sweet candy my choices fell on OOO Powdered Sugar and WF Sour Ball Candy.
Those two always works out great in a combo. The powdered sugar adds a great sugary accent, that you just cannot get out of a sweetener, where the Sour Ball Candy adds the texture of a sort of chewy candy and brings a little sourness.
All in all, I'm pretty satisfied.
It's good right off the rip, but I suggest you leave it for half a day.
The WF Sour Ball Candy and Powdered sugar needs a few hours to really blend in well with the fruits to make it shine.
A shake and vape Spin off of Spilly's recipe minus the mango and adding Pineapple and a few adjustments..Not really a mango fan so I went this route.
This peach mango and guava is a simple sweet juicy fruit mix. none of the flavors really stand out from each other but combined create a great ADV. Adding 1% mango (6%) creates a mango top note. Super sweet can be dropped to 0.5% any less and I get a slight bitterness from the peach.
Many of my friends also all day vape this recipe. its my most popular recipe to date.
SHAKE AND VAPE no steep required 60/40 is good in my sub ohm tank. 50/50 is good for MTL devices