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Originally called Golden Wind but Golden Pear makes more sense.
A cool, LemonLavenderPear Champagne enveloped in Honeysuckle.
INW Cactus - Needed a bit of tart juiciness.
TFA Dragonfruit - To fluff and emulsify the fruits.
TFA Honeysuckle - Soothing fresh floral note that blends into each flavor's background.
FA Lavender - A perfect compliment to FE Lemon and just an overall amazing and satisfying flavor. I've been meaning to put more use to it.
FE Lemon - The king of lemons, and just enough to fuse with Lavender so that neither dominates the other.
INW Pear - IMO the King of Pears. Provides an accurate and gentle pear note that rests alongside the lemon and lavender.
FW Pink Bubbly - This one provides effervescence without additional flavor changes, like TFA Champagne or VT Fizzy Sherbet.
FW Sweetener because I like it better than CAP Super Sweet,
WS-23 - I put this into just about anything; kicks up the flavor just a tad, and brings in the chill wind.
Reddit thread: https://www.reddit.com/r/DIY_eJuice/comments/b98vw3/blukiwi/
A cold, fresh, blueberry-kiwi fizzy cocktail.
FW Blueberry - like sweet, squeezed candy blueberries. Just the kind I want. But how to enliven the blue-ness? TFA Blueberry extra of course.
FW Kiwi - The wet, dark green pulp of the fruit. It's never complete without some compliments, though. It's missing that tart kick, so of course we'll add
INW Cactus and TFA Dragonfruit, to fluff and emulse and juicify and tart it all.
When it comes to fizziness, my first soda vape was /u/ID10-T
's 1-2-3 Cranberry Sprite, which is still a rotating ADV favorite of mine. But I'd also experimented a lot with FW Pink Bubbly, which worked really well with fruits. So why not half and half? 1% of VT Fizzy Sherbet and 1% FW Pink Bubbly works immensely well.
FW Sweetener is my go-to for sweetener due to it's chemical simplicity, but if you're a CAP Super Sweet fan, sub it for 0.25%.
WS-23 for the coolness of the slush.
Halloween is here early... mostly in case you need some time to buy missing flavors. I used the HS-Grape and INW-Grape along with the FLV-Cranberry to create the cranberry grape juice base. The SC-Blackberry and TPA-Plum are the fruity bits floating in with the FW-Pink Champagne and FA-Brandy that every good Sangria requires. This really needs a week of steeping to come together.
You can add around 0.3-0.5% of your preferred sweetener to this if you prefer sweet vapes. If you want a chilled effect you could add around 0.3% WS-23 as well. Image was found on Google search.
I pretty much took Alan's Orange, changed the percentages around a little, and made it raspberry/blackcurrant.
At first it wasn't that great but after a couple drops of super sweet (1 drop per 30ml) and about a week to settle it turned out super nice.
as an aside, TFA Marshmallow does not fit in this recipe at all. or in Alan's Orange for that matter.
Dark, sweet, juicy berries with a little bit of bite.
raspberry/blackcurrant - What's there to say? INW Raspberry is strong and pungent. FA Blackcurrant is slightly floral and sweet. the two come together and play off each other very well. You'll see what I mean.
The rest - Pear adds a bit of juice, dragon fruit melts it all together, strawberry exists for some reason. Pink champagne gives it a slight, nearly unnoticeable bite.
It's a bit dry so INW Cactus might do some good here at .5-.75% but i'm pretty content with where it is.
no picture because i'm lazy.
Alan (Age 23) Passed away unexpectedly on April 24, 2018. Alan was a wonderful son, brother, cousin and friend. Alan is preceded in death by his grandparents, Willard (Doris) Tuomi. Survived by parents, Jeff and Susan, sister Tristin; grandparents, Gust & Fern ; aunt, Jean and her children David and Michael; uncle Mike and aunt Cheryl and their children, Justin, Kelsey and Katy.
Alan was the best brother, cousin, son, and friend anyone could ask for. Everyone who got even slightly close felt like they were his best friend.
For myself, he introduced me to music that helped shape and deepen my love for electronic music, specifically electro-house.
Despite not always being the best I could be I never felt that he treated me any differently than anyone else.
The world is colder having lost him.
Pear and Strawberry - almost nonexistent, serving as back notes and sweetness. You won't really notice it unless you're looking for it.
Tangerine and Blood orange - up front and potent. There's no mistaking that this is orange. This is my favorite combination of oranges because it always shines through. Not particularly candy-like, but not exactly realistic either.
Pink Champagne - I don't fully understand what it's doing here exactly but I don't think this would have been as good without it. There's an almost fizzy, fuzzy quality to it that I believe is coming from the Pink Champagne.
If you're a fan of oranges in any capacity, give this a shot. I'm seriously surprised how this turned out.
If you copy, remix, or sell this recipe I only ask that you keep his name involved in the description in some way.
I chose Purilum's Country Apple because it's the quintessential base for ANY fruit juice. FA Fuji...way too candyish.
FA ObaOba is added because I found it made the FA Watermelon(Red Summer) into a more 'thick' or pulpy-type of taste(similar-but not exactly like a smoothie), if that makes any sense.
This was specifically made for a higher VG percentage, thus the higher percentages than are typically used.
You will find a perfect strawberry-watermelon balance with a slight cotton candy background & odor. No sweetener is needed. Can be vaped as a s&v, but the watermelon pops after one day and the Country Apple settles down a bit.
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Revised, reformulated, and remixed. It's been almost 2 years since I made the original
and in the last year it hasn't changed. But I'd kind of always wanted to go back and simplify
the mix. When I got my hands on some WS-23 one of the first things I thought after trying it
was that it was the "Frost" I needed in Blue Frost.
With new found inspiration I decided to strip Blue Frost down to the essentials.
I dropped the FLV Raspberry, FW Razzleberry and TFA Sweetener; the first two because they
are superfluous and the last because I never really used sweetener when I mixed it for myself
(and when I do Cap/PUR Super Sweet are the way to go.)
Wayne was right about the Razzleberry watering down the mix and the candied raspberry
effect it brought to the table was already covered by the combination of Raspberry Sweet and
Blue Raspberry Cotton Candy.
Cap Hibiscus: I'd seen it mentioned several times that this flavor works well in slushee mixes and
in ConcreteRiver's review he describes a "Lingering sticky sweet mouthfeel, again more pronounced with
higher wattages. Almost like the way the syrup in a slurpee sticks to your mouth long after you take
And, of course, he's right. It works well to bridge the gaps and enhance the syrupy aspect of Blue Slush.
WS-23: This stuff is the best coolant I've tried, hands down. I worked my way up from .25% and it kept getting
colder and colder with no perceptible off notes or funky muskiness like I get from Koolada (as low as .5%)
At %1 it's a perfect frost, adding all the cold without affecting any of the flavor. This stuff is amazing and
quite addicting, I kind of want to put it in everything now.
The original Blue Frost was 90% where I wanted it and after working on it so long, I was
satisfied with where it was at. Now it's 100% to my palate and officially done. So if you've
tried Blue Frost, please mix this up and let me know what you think :)