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So a few years back late one night on my way home from an all night sesh on heavy drugs and alcohol I was brutally assaulted by a unicorn. Without warning this big,hench fucking thing pounced on me,whipped out his Johnson and unloaded a golden gallon straight in my face. I remember to this day licking my lips and thinking to myself....this ain’t half bad!!! I new one day after this brutal attack I would crave that unicorns piss more than anything else in my life. What’s a man to do?!? Of course I hit the lab and got to work.
CAP- GOLDEN PINEAPPLE - This has to be in there for its golden pissy like qualities,tart yet zingy a must have in dehydrated unicorn piss.
CAP - LEMON LIME - The piss had some serious zing to it, extremely acidic!!!!! I remember having straight heartburn for 6 weeks after this attack! This concentrate replicates it but on a smaller more manageable scale.
VT -FIZZY SHERBET - this is about as close to vape effervescent as your gonna get!! This does a great job of recreating the slight fizz I had occurring on my lips as that unicorn unloaded his bladder all over me!
FLV - LEMONADE - This is exactly where it needs to be, in this recipe supporting that acidic,fizzy piss. Yummy!!!!!! 🤤
FW - BLOODY ORANGE - as yummy as it may be on the night of the attack I remember tasting blood. Whether it was from my mouth or from the unicorns kidney stones he told me about I guess I’ll never truly know. I put this in there anyways.
FW - SWEETENER - yes, this unicorn had some pretty seriously sweet piss and I guess that’s why I got so hooked on the flavour because it definitely wasn’t from the smell of his cock!!!!!!!!
Please share my experience and leave your comments for me to read. Hope you all enjoy it. Much love fuckerz 💙
This recipe was a bit of a personal challenge for me. The goal was to convert my cola into a bubblegum with the fewest amount of changes possible. It started out with some research on what goes into making a bubblegum. It turns out that the flavoring components used in gum are already fairly in line with many other recipes from the 20th century, using things like cinnamon, vanilla, and citrus oils. The significant differences were the inclusion of mint, which makes sense for a chewing gum, and the inclusion of flavors such as banana and strawberry in more modern versions.
I started out by removing VT Fizzy Sherbet because bubblegum isn't fizzy, and it doesn't have a dominant lemon/lime flavor. TPA Wintergreen took its place, and then I started trying various fruits out to see the effect they would have. Strawberry was my initial assumption, so I tried out WF Strawberry Gummy Candy, INW Shisha Strawberry, TPA Ripe Strawberry, and several others. None of them were headed in the right direction so I broke out my banana flavors and started smelling them. My first idea was to use WF Banana Candy, but it didn't fit the bill so I moved onto WF Banana Puree. As soon as I smelled it I knew that was the right choice, so the rest was a percentage game. 1% was the perfect amount to not stand out from the rest of the mix as an obviously banana flavored gum. The real issue was finding the correct percentage for TPA Wintergreen. I tried out everything from .5% to 2% and found myself lingering at 1% originally. Unfortunately the brighter parts of the orange and banana were still a bit too apparent after a steep, so I moved the wintergreen up to 1.25% and then 1.5%.
Now that the development notes are out of the way I need to thank some awesome people. Graham was the person that really planted the idea in my head. I was originally against it for the most part because there are already some awesome bubblegum flavors available like MB American Bubblegum. It wasn't until Dave commented on a Reddit post that I should make 007 Bubblegum that I actually committed to the idea. Then once I was fairly happy with the mix I asked a few people to try it out for me. Eyemakepizza and Shyndo were kind enough to give it a shot and they both seemed to really enjoy it. Shyndo made an excellent point about the validity of this creation. He noticed that bubblegum flavors were difficult to work into a mix because they were mostly top-notes that would clash with other fruits. So after testing this out with some additional fruits I felt better about this silly project. Feel free to make your own version of this recipe using your favorite fruit flavoring and let me know what you think.
Vaping something that actually tastes like beer would be gross. This is more of a collaborative interpretive dance inspired by a cold glass of Ruby Red Ale. Notes of hops, raspberry, grapefruit, blood orange, and frothy suds dance on your tastebuds.
Very much a work in progress, but after two revisions, this is getting pretty tasty and hitting most of the right notes.
The first version wasn't tasting "red" enough or fizzy enough. It couldn't quite decide what kind of ale it was..
Version 2 added raspberries, WS-23 to make it cool, and bumped the blood orange champagne up to 4% for more effervescence. Unfortunately it also picked up some cheap wine notes. Just a touch of Vanilla Swirl muted a harsh topnote and made the whole thing a bit smoother.
Version 3 dropped the blood orange champagne back to 2% and added fizzy sherbet to restore the bubbly quality.
Thanks to eyemakepizza and isuamadog, whose idea i remixed into this recipe and whose feedback made it better.
This is a very good Orange Creamsicle that utilizes Nicotine River's Smooth NicSalt.
Intended for Pods, MTL devices and RTA's etc.
I used 18mg/ml of the NicSalt and It's as smooth as silk. I can DL hit it in my Nord with very little throat hit.
You can actually taste the Orange and Nectarine that leads to a nice creamy finish.
The best part is that it's not harsh at all.
Pretty great for only 16% of the mix being the aromas. I'm very happy with it.
A fanciful blend of blood orange & fresh figs with a dab of dark chocolate.
This is a surprising pairing of two apparent contrasting fruits, but therein lies the beauty of this combination, and the joy of DIY experimentation.
FA Fig, when paired with a touch of Amber, provides a sweet and delicious, authentic fresh fig, not the dried/candied version many are accustomed to. This is not the same fig profile found in Fig Newton, which a sweet fig 'paste' with little flavor reference to the fresh version. Some describe the flavor as a mix between peach, pear and passion fruit which does describe some of the elements but does not tell the full story. The problem in describing a fruit is that each has its unique flavor properties and it is almost impossible to describe any taste to someone who have never tasted it. It is like trying to describe an apple to someone who have never tasted one - it is just about beyond the bounds of possibility without referencing something which it is similar to.
To me, FA Fig is the quintessential fig.
FW Blood Orange is, despite it's new rival from FLV, still the undisputed king of oranges and just work better here. Somewhat bitter, slightly sweet blood orange with a hint of grapefruit sums up this beauty. It blends seamlessly with the Fig, to create a deep, somewhat unusual & familiar, deep fruit taste sensation.
HS Australian chocolate adds a touch of cocoa to compliment the inherent bitter notes form the blood orange. It keeps keeps the mix interesting by just sitting in the background with its mate, INW Shisha Vanilla, who needs no introduction...
Give this baby 3-5 days to mingle and let rip!!!
Orange Campari is popular cocktail based on the italian bitter Campari and fresh orange juice. Simple enough, it has a perfect contrast between the sweeter and bitter, ideal for a drink before dinner.
This recipe was possible thanks to FLV Back Bar Bitters, which was bended into a Campari by adding Pomegranate and Rhubarb.
Enjoy and salud!