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(FW) Ruby Red Grapefruit


By: Flavor West (FW)
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Used in 125 recipes at an average of 2.87%.

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7 DIY E-Liquid Recipes found


Grapefruit Brunch - Grunch

A bright citrus beverage with a smidge of sparkle. Enjoy!

FLV MM, Lemonade, and Passionfruit are the
essentially the cocktail base. You could
layer almost anything on these and get a
reasonable "cocktail" vibe unless you go too
candy/syrupy.

Grapefruit is pretty straightforward, 3 part
layer.

I chose FW Sweetener because A: It needed a
smidge and B: It's superior to CAP SS in
every way possible.

Based off of https://alltheflavors.com/recipes/13499#terrorhawk_by_concreteriver

I bought a bunch of grapefruits 6+ months to make Terrorhawk but never could find the Jasmine. So i started playing around with the grapefruit combo and came up with this. Not real sure how to describe it guess closed thing be a passionfruit/grapefruit vanilla cream. Add sweetener if you don’t find it sweet enough for your liking

We did the Metal show this Saturday on Fresh's YouTube Channel and I wanted to create something that was red, weird and metal !

VT Blood Orange Champagne/WF Sour Ball Candy = A weird but red orange soda/energy drink base.

WF Sour Watermelon Candy/FLV Wild Melon = for a strong but rounder watermelon that shines.

VT Grapefruit/FW Ruby Red Grapefruit = VT Grapefruit is syrupy and works to clash with the watermelon. FW Ruby Red Grapefruit is is just that, red and it works well with the blood orange of the soda.

CAP Lemon Lime = The magic thing that binds all these flavors together and make them work as a profile.

Extra = You can add some WS-23 if you so wish, or some FA Polar. This will also benefit from some good old mint if you like that kind of thing.

Enjoy, be queer and rock on !

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I got back into fruits thanks to an old bottle of Bombies Cold Press I found, so i initially dove into citrus. This is the result. Terrorhawk is awesome, and was an inspiration for this, but I enjoy this much more. It's a sweet, floral grapefruit backed up with some dark berries.

FLV Pink Guava - Not much to say, it's an awesome grapefruit. Very sweet, almost sticky, I needed the brighter, more realistic grapefruit notes.

FLV Lychee - This stuff is great. I enjoy it at 1% on it's own or with a little WS-23. Very sweet lychee, more of a syrup.

INW White Grapefruit - If you've never tried this solo do it. It is intensely floral, concentrated grapefruit pith. So, so good. It's super potent, so .25 brings that bitter pith I wanted for the grapefruit.

FA Forest Mix - An easy choice for berries. Good on it's own, here it blends into and mellows the sharpness of the citrus.

FA Sicilian Mix - Another one I would vape solo. A very good mix of lemon, lime, and syrupy orange. Not too tart, but pushes the citrus further.

FW Ruby Red Grapefruit - A Pretty accurate grapefruit juice. Dry and bright, with a little pith bitterness. I really like this stuff, and here it rounds out out our grapefruit, bringing it more into candy / juice territory rather than an accurate grapefruit.

TPA Honeysuckle - I wanted more floral but more INW White Grapefruit could be lethal, so in comes Honeysuckle. Lightly floral, sweet, and wet.

WS-23 - This can obviously be increased to taste. The goal here was to have the mix chilled, not cold. Any higher and it was muting top notes for me.

INW Cactus - This adds just a touch of that cactus 'wtf is that' and some wet. I think it adds a little complexity that was missing without it.

FA Lime Tahity Cold Pressed - I wanted to push the sharpness of the citrus even further, and was having a hard time doing it until a reddit conversation gave me the little light over my head. This stuff is intense, and I'd say pretty floral. I love it. Too much and it will choke you out though.

The Burninator because it will punch you in your little bitch throat. I enjoy the harshness of the citrus fresh, but if you want to avoid that i'd give it a week or more.

This is my remix of Twelve Monkeys new liquid Harambae.

Their description of the profile is a tangy citrus unison of grapefruit highlights fused with lemon, lime, blood orange and refreshing guava undertones.

This was a relatively straightforward selection of flavours as the profile description is pretty detailed.

I selected Ruby red grapefruit as I find this doesn't have a bad throat hit as some of the other grapefruit flavours and gives the sweet grapefruit flavour which I get from the original juice.

I originally l tried flavor west blood orange as described in their profile description but from testing the original I can smell cap juicy orange in their mix.

The Cap juicy Lemon gives a Tart lemon note with some zest from the Fa lemon Sicily.

Cap sweet guava and Fa lime Cold pressed pick themselves and I feel the percentages here just bend the grapefruit and orange flavours to get pretty close to the original.

TPA dragonfruit is used just to help blend the flavours.

The original liquid seems to have quite a bit more sweetener than this so increase the Super Sweet to 1% to get closer to the original liquid.

This mix is good after a shake but best left a couple of days to reduce the inevitable throat hit from a citrus mix.

Hope you guys enjoy and any feedback or suggestions for improvements are welcome.

1

A sweet, sour, tart and cool Allday Summervape.

Lemonade as Base, Blood Orange, Lime Tahity and Ruby Red Grapefruit as Citruselements, Strawberry Shisha and Raspberry Sweet as the pink Part.

Sweetener and Koolada to Taste.

(Edit): lowered Ruby Red to 1.5 and Lemonade to 2.5, Kudos to Krucial for the tweaking Tips :)

Enjoy :)

7

Juicy, creamy ruby red grapefruit. I mix 75% vg, steep for a week to let the citrus settle and the vanillas show up.

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