Used in 391 recipes at an average of 1.095%.
A dense, mellow cantaloupe vape with fleshy tropical accents.
Created for "Flavor of the Week: Cantaloupe"
FLV Cantaloupe for that rind-free natural cantaloupe top note and some non-dairy almost-creaminess underneath. Under-rated, under-used TFA Jackfruit for an even fleshier body with soft hints of pineapple and mango coming though. It keeps things more interesting than just a straight cantaloupe vape. CAP Cantaloupe blends with the Jackfruit to keep the melon ball rolling though where FLV Cantaloupe starts to drop off in meloniousness and just fades into thick almost creamy softness. This flavor has a tiny bit of some sharp perfumey thing going on briefly in the top note in single-flavor testing, but FLV Cantaloupe is just completely overriding and obliterating that for me. This is the only version out of half a dozen experiments throwing different manufacturers' Cantaloupe flavors on top of this TFA Jackfruit/CAP Cantaloupe base that actually worked and made for a perfectly pleasant vape without any weird off-notes.
BUT, it feels incomplete - which is why the "In Progress" box is checked. Mostly it just needs to be juicier, but rather than going for one of the knee-jerk juicifiying reactions (INW Cactus, etc), I want to try adding pineapple or mango flavors to add acidity while also playing off those notes from the jackfruit, or if that comes off too just generically yellow-orange, maybe a juicier grape, cherry, or dark berry. I wouldn't recommend anyone mix up a big batch of this, but if you're looking to create a cantaloupe-forward recipe, give it try and see if it inspires you.
Liquor portion inspired by https://alltheflavors.com/users/Juicefairy and her delicious Tipsy Coconut (It's great!), but I bumped up the "call an Uber" factor a smidge to make sure the creams don't drown that aspect out.
FA Cinnamon Ceylon for good measure.
FLV Wild Melon and FLV Cantaloupe make up the melon profile. FLV Wild Melon is great, but I've not used FLV Cantaloupe before...no time like the present.
Bavarian Cream, Cream and Vanilla Swirl complete the recipe with a thick and rich milk base to tone down any sharpness found in the liquors and tie the whole recipe together.
This recipe was originally called Red Hot Melon Horchata and I used FLV Red Cinnamon which is a fireball/red hot candy type flavor. I thought it would be a good twist but even at 3 drops per 30ml it took over the entire recipe. I was forced to go with a safer FA Cinnamon Ceylon.
Juicy hawaiian cocktail that just hits the spot. Looking for that refreshing exotic fruit juice ? Mix it up and try it. Good after a heavy shake but better after 3 days.
Inspired by LiveMixing ricipe P.O.M. by Wayne. Liked the mix alot, but i found, the slight waxy taste to much. DRAGONFRUIT made it soooo much more juicy and fresh. Plus i found the mango more in ballance here. Really a nice punch.
So BIG thanks to Wayne for another buildingblock recipe.
This is inspired by the popular POG (which has been remixed here: https://alltheflavors.com/recipes/51670#hawaiian_pog_remix_remixmotnh_by_enyawreklaw )
This iteration uses Passionfruit Orange and Mango, with the mango sitting more on the end.
Made on Live Mixing: Top 10 Flavorah Flavorings
Hello to all you wonderful people of ATF. After trying many great recipes over the last few months, I finally feel like it is my turn to give back to this community.
This project has been on and off with many versions and tweaks over the last 5 month's or so, but now I feel it is finally where I want it to be.
Oasis was the first commercial juice I really wanted to clone. It is a blend of Peach, Cantaloupe, and Papaya and is quite good actually, however, I saw some room for improvement.
I am going to say right off the bat that I realize this recipe may look a bit redundant with the multiple flavors per fruit but I can assure you that each and every one serves a purpose.
FLV Cantaloupe: This is an awesome flavoring. Probably the most authentic Cantaloupe I have tried, however, it lacks body and is a bit harsh. At this percentage it lends a tasty ripe cantaloupe without many negatives.
TFA Cantaloupe: This is a sweet candy-like Cantaloupe. It works at 1.5% to lend some of those sweet ripe top notes without too much of the candiness. Also adds a bit of body.
CAP Cantaloupe: This is a nice fairly authentic Cantaloupe although a bit mellower than FLVs. At 2% this works well to flesh out the Cantaloupe and add a bit of body throughout the recipe.
TFA Papaya: The main Papaya component in this recipe. At 2% I find you get a great, slightly artificial flavor, while reducing most of the pepperiness that can come with it.
FA Papaya: This is here mainly to help authenticate the TFA Papaya.
INW Peach: An excellent peach flavor. Brings a fair bit of juiciness to the recipe and is pretty authentic. 1.25% brings a nice ripe peach flavor while minimizing the earthiness that can pop up at higher percentages.
FA White Peach: An excellent flavor and a must have for sure. I use this to add some tartness and brighter top notes to the recipe. It has an almost "green" nature which I believe helps to mimic the rind area of the Papaya and Cantaloupe. 1% works for me, however you could reduce it to 0.75% if it is too earthy for you.
TFA Marshmallow: This is here to boost the sweetness a touch and add a bit more body.
TFA Whipped Cream: I use this to emulsify and smooth out any sharp edges.
So there you have it folks, my first ATF recipe! This recipe reminds me of a fresh and flavor packed fruit smoothie. It is sweet, smooth and very enjoyable to vape imo. I truly hope that at least some of you will enjoy this as much as I do ☺
*Shake and Vape but better after 3-5 days
*Feel free to add some koolada or ws-23 for an ice cold smoothie.
NOTE : INW NATURAL MINT IS USED AT 2 DROPS PER 15ml.
Cantaloupe, cucumber, mint. I've been working on this profile for a while now and I finally feel like it's finally at a point where I can release it. Something nice to close out the warm season, but with enough freshness and crisp bite to fit in with the cooler mornings and evenings. This recipe works as a nice palate cleanser, but also comes through with a nice amount of flavour.
FLV Cantaloupe / FLV Wild Melon - a match made in heaven. FLV Cantaloupe is a wonderful concentrate that is both accurate to the name, while avoiding any sort of off notes that come from cantaloupes in real life. With FLV Cantaloupe around 3%, we get a really bold, sweet cantaloupe note similar to biting right into the middle of a perfectly ripe slice. The addition of FLV Wild Melon adds some extra back end notes of general melon flavour. Nothing too distinct, but it just pushes the cantaloupe note into a more unique territory. Almost like if you got a cup of chopped cantaloupe, watermelon, and honeydew, but only ate the cantaloupe pieces. Delicious, and the higher percentages here allow it to stand up to the somewhat unusual power of the cucumbers.
FLV Cucumber / CAP Cucumber - These two work together to give us a fairly accurate cucumber note, but one that is sweet enough to avoid any sort of off-putting vegetable notes. FLV Cucumber brings the authenticity, likened to some fresh garden cucumbers, sliced up and immediately eaten. There are some slight notes of the cucumber rind/skin which add to the accuracy. Keep this one under 2% in your mixes, for around there, we start to get some strange bitterness and "dirty" accents. Not entirely pleasant at all. CAP Cucumber feels more like the flavour you get in a cucumber water type beverage. More on the sweet side, like eating just that part of the cucumber with the seeds. That fleshy interior that has a strange inherent sweetness to it, but not in the realm of candy or sugar sweetness, just only noticeable when you think about it. These two pair together to give us a great, slightly sweet cucumber that compliments and boosts the cantaloupe notes.
INW Natural Mint - This was actually the note I was struggling with the most for this recipe. Most of the time, it was far too overpowering. It was a matter of testing each new mix by drops until it got where I wanted it. There are obviously other mints that could be used here, but the subtle creaminess and vanilla notes found in INW Natural Mint made it the best choice in my opinion. As you probably know, this shit is incredibly potent, and will quickly destroy a mix in as little as one drop. I've found that two drops per 15ml is perfect for me, but play around with it to your liking. I wouldn't go over 4 drops per 15ml however, because that's where I found the mint to completely decimate any other flavours in this mix. The addition of the slight creaminess of INW Natural Mint brings a perfect mouthfeel to the cantaloupe, while the subtle notes of vanilla also pair nicely with the melons. That mint is here to add an extra layer of complexity and depth to the cucumber, while pushing this mix to be as refreshing and crisp as possible.
Steep time - This works as a shake and vape, for sure. After an overnight steep, whatever slight off notes from cucumber fade away, and after about 2 full days, everyone gets to know each other and we're left with a nicely balanced mix of cantaloupe, sweet cucumber, and vanilla mint.
This flavoring offers a really nice cantaloupe flavor that's almost creamy. Very smooth flavor, semi sweet, nice cantaloupe. It's perfectly ripe; I don't detect any of the green parts close to the rind, or rind itself. It does get a little sharp on the throat if used too high. In trying this at a single flavor at 2% and in a mix at 1%, those seem like good places to start with it. The throat was a little sharper than I would like at both of those %s, so if you want to avoid a sharp throat, I might suggest bringing them a touch lower (1.5% & 0.75% respectively).
One thing that's interesting about this flavoring is how well it accents fruit and cream mixes, particularly "orange" fruits (mango, apricot, peach, etc.). It does a great job at bringing a non-citrus "orange" accent to a mix that is smooth and velvety. Experimentations with Mango Lassi found the cantaloupe to round out the mango nicely while also lending some additional creaminess that it needed without any unwanted dairy notes (used @ 0.5%).