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A gin martini infused with fresh raspberries.
FLV Juniper Gin: The resinous, piney flavour, inherent to the Juniper berry, is wonderfully balanced by citrus peel and a smidgen of spiciness from freshly ground peppercorns. There is a wondrous boozy element to the flavour which rounds the profile off expertly. The 'booziness' is not overwhelming in the least but rather augments the authenticity & overall Gin experience.
The raspberry combo is my go-to combo and just works so well together to provide a sharp, authentic raspberry note to elegantly infuse the gin.
The blood orange is there to provide a gentle spritz of orange, barely noticeable but adding to the overall experience...
Give this baby 2 days and she’s ready...
V1: Started out making a grapefruit / orange / guava that turned out more like a tropical slushie in the end. Refreshing vape on a hot day for me.
V2 (2020): This was one of my first mixes I made and enjoyed but coming back to it almost a year later I made a couple minor tweeks making it even better. Doubled up on the CAP Golden Pineapple from the original, it helps in pushing out the citrus fruits to more the front and reducing the dominance of the guava. Doubling the WS-23 was more for me because ~1-1,.25% is my preferred cooling level but you can reduce to the original 0.5% if preferred.
So I've been waiting on some mixes to steep and was craving something tropical-ish to vape on while I wait. I've always liked Hawaiian Pog, but for some reason got an off note from the original, probably just me!! Anyhoo, this is my take on it and it came out pretty dang delicious! Awesome off the shake, and even better after a couple days...
HAPPY MIXING, AND HAPPY VAPING!!!
A clone of one of my favorite vendor juices from before my DIY days. From the long defunct Cloud Pusher Labs comes Lateralus. This was a very straightforward papaya, orange, menthol mix. I went with one of my preferred Orange combos here, FW Blood Orange and CAP Sweet Tangerine. There's not much I can explain in detail about this one, its a simple, yet refreshing mix.
There's an easter egg in the recipe, try and find it!