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My first attempt at Azul Berries by Naked 100 built completely by smell and trying it a handful of times. If you ask me and smell the bottles next to each other youll be pretty amazed and probably wont tell a difference between the two at all. If this is not 1:1 it sure is insanely close.
TPA STRAWBERRY/CAP BLUERASPBERRY CC/FW BLUEBERRY- I dont know if this is what they used to make up the berries but man is it good and super close. I dont like raspberry at all and if i got any soapy ass raspberry like ive had before in juice i would probably not vape azul berries at all. These three do a very good job at being a nice berry mix that doesnt lean towards too authentic or candy. Some sort of raspberry or emulation of one being the lingering top note, the blue raspberry is there as pretty much the main flavor and to give the blue and red mix depth and keep the berries at the top while bridged together. I've tried this combo with many raspberries and everything either brightens the berries too much and the raspberry really sits at the top and takes over or it just adds soapy and perfume notes that aren't pleasant and trashes the entire profile.
CAP VANILLA CUSTARD V2/VANILLA WHIPPED CREAM/FLV VANILLA PUDDING: Again i really dont know if this is what Naked uses in all of the cream line juices they have. I just know when i vape and smell it, it doesnt have the rich eggy oil from CAP VC V1. Its a dense cream, subtle on the vanilla, and very smooth. CAPS VC V2 does exactly that and for someone who does not care for too many custards out there this is a very good replacement. This combo doesn't drown out the berries and no it is not too many creams. When vaping azul you get a brightish berry front drenched in cream. Whatever they are using in it, the profile is much heavier on the cream side than it is on the berries. However or whatever, it is berry forward and cream exhale.
FW SWEETENER: Optional but lets be honest its probably not the juice without it.
Enjoy and please leave your honest review.
Here's a nice flavorful blackberry lemonade. This lemonade base can be used with other fruits, just respect the balance and have fun playing with it. I used it here with blackberry because I like the depth a dark berry gives to something bright like a lemonade.
The FW blackberry at 1.5% is more than enough to add that sweet, mashed up blackberry flavor. This is one of my favorite blackberries. It can be a bit candied if used higher, but I used a touch of Forest Fruit here to add a bit of complexity and keep that candy note in check.
This 3 lemon combo is so good. CAP Lemon Sicily helps drive the lemon. It's not tart and whispy like FA (although I do like FA too) and it has more staying power. You could use something like FE lemon here to do the same thing.
The FLV & VT lemonade as a team make the perfect duo for a lemonade. I could have went simple and used FW lemonade at 6% or LA, or even PUR which has a solid lemonade...but none of these by themselves gives me what I wanted. This combo has a nice brightness, and the flavor is undeniably lemonade. It's not lemon juice, or lemon peel...it's lemonade with no off notes and no harshness. Also, this won't cloud up your juice.
*Add 0.25-0.5% WS-23 for a nice chill.
Give this a shot, and don't be afraid to try different fruits to throw in there. Have fun with it! It's good off a shake but even better the next day.
Jacker is: Apple, Cereal, and Milk. This is a take on apple jacks cereal but with less apple and cinnamon to be bit more forgiving on the profile. Very pleasant cereal grain that screams whole grain and kid nostalgia. Enjoy no subs and please leave your review.
Cap Apple Snax: Dried Apple and Whole Grain Oat Flour.
Cap Cereal 27: Whole Grain Corn Flour.
Fa Apple Pie: Ascorbic Acid and Wheat Grain.
Fa Stark (Apple): Apple Juice Concentrate.
Tpa Meringue/OOO Cream Milky Undertones: Sugar and Milk. (Can sub TPA for FA Meringue @ 1%)
Fw Sweetener: Sugar.
I wanted to do something tropical, and while going back through my notes I came across INW Cocopilada. The first thing I had written down was "very nice tropical blend of pineapple and coconut, reminiscent of a Pina Colada." Then right below that I had notes on INW Cherimoya which is a lovely flavor that screams tropical so I figured this was a perfect fit for what I was shooting for. There's notes of banana and pineapple in this, with a creamy richness most fruits just don't have.
For me, a mix has to be more than just a good flavor. It needs to match that profile when you actually vape it. Something like this I picture it as being thickened up from the banana, so I needed to build the body up a little more. Plus I like a dense satisfying vape!
TPA Banana Cream actually does a good job of this, and at 2.5% it gives this a nice richness and helps accent the banana notes I get in Cherimoya already.
Now, the only thing left to do is to sweeten up the coconut note and find a contrasting pineapple so it can stand out a bit more. I used TFA coconut candy only because it was a sweeter type coconut. That candied coconut helps it show up better in this mix. I tried a couple versions with FLV coconut and sweet coconut, but TFA just worked better for what I was going for.
FLV pineapple here was a pretty simple call. At 1% there's zero throat hit, and it adds a hint of tartness that helps stand up against the thicker banana. CAP golden pineapple is too sweet and it lacks bright top notes. When the majority of the fruits are base notes, I needed that pineapple to be bright so I didn't get buried.
This mix came out beautifully! It checked all my mandatory boxes to qualify as an ADV. From flavor to mouth feel this has it all.
You could add 1% of VT Light Rum if you want to give it a banana kissed pina colada vibe which is what I'm vaping right now and it's damn good. Or you could try adding your preferred coolant if you want to chill it, this works well there too.
This wasn't an overly complicated profile, but to get the body I wanted as well as getting certain notes to contrast one another was a bit tricky. It was fun to do though and all the testers were good.
I hope you enjoy this as much as I have been, I'm due to mix another bottle now.
You can S&V this, there's no harshness or anything but I find it hits the best balance after about 3 days. Banana Cream usually needs a few days to settle down for me and get in it's position
Let this Birthday Cake Milkshake bring all the boys (or girls) to your yard.
I need to give credit to @Freshepies for the Milkshake Base. I tried other bases, but this just works. Layering the LB Vanilla ice cream and Hangsen French Ice Cream to get a nice rich buttery ice cream flavor. Cream milky undertone is to thin the texture of the ice cream to milkshake without sacrificing richness.
FW Birthday Cake is used to give the Birthday cake taste in the milkshake. As a add on concentrate, this works well. It has the cake feel, frosting, and even sprinkles. Using this flavor on its own, would be a bit tricky to build on, but in this recipe, it works well.
To add to the sweetness of the milkshake,, I added some FA Juicy Strawberry and FW Sweetener.
***. Special thanks to Ella Robinson, for introducing me to FW Birthday Cake.
And for being an inspiration for all us female mixers out here. 💕
This recipe Inspired from Noted episode 51 after all the talk about what melons taste like gum and which are sweet and what is not a candy they touched on FLV bubblegum, they touched on how Koolada has a nice effect with melons and here goes what came out of listening to all that jiber jaber.. lol
I don't like koolada so I used WS-23. I did not steep this however i do think 3 days will help the papaya floral notes to smooth out and I think its balanced enough to be able to stand up to the test of time.
Enjoy its real good.