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I started with this recipe a few weeks ago when someone I knew returned from Hawaii with Guava White Grape Wine
( https://volcanowinery.com/product/hawaiian-guava-grape/ ) this inspired me to try to get a white guava mix i ended up going the fizzy boozy drink route I originally tried it with FE Golden Grape which just came off as too dark of a grape for this , second grape i tried was PUR White Grape which I thought was decent but using the VT after U/ID10-T talked about it on Noted Grape
(https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KxyXqTYvMAk) I feel like the VT White Grape was a better fit for this recipe.Adjust Sweetener & Coolant to liking (I used 1 drop FW Sweetener/15 ml). Feedback and Suggestions Welcome
VT White Grape (2%)-Spot On Sweet White Grape has a chemical aftertaste that I tried to cover up.
FLV Pink Guava (2%)-I love the Hoppy-ness this bring the recipe and how the white grape accentuates it.
FW Pink Champagne (1.5%)- The "Champagne" in this works with the hoppy-ness of the Pink Guava, The fizzy-ness works with my soda base and it has white grape notes which help out the White Grape.
VT Fizzy Sherbet (1%) & FLV Citrus Soda (0.5%)- This is what I used as my soda accent, you could probably push the citrus soda higher in this soda base but for me when I push it over 0.75% I get headaches feel to bump that up.
This was a big experiment from the beginning. Recently had beer from a local brewery, inspired me to create a profile similar.
Drekker - Struggle Bus
"Struggle Bus combines orange, maple syrup, cinnamon, vanilla, lactose, and brown sugar for a flavor that’s familiar, yet pretty out there, and well... goddamn delicious. "
This is very refreshing dessert/breakfast sour beer.
Developing this recipe, I went through many different version from using funnel cake to finding RF French Toast. While drinking the beer, you get orange juice up front with a French toast cereal soon after. There is the bubbly/tartness of the Sour Beer to finish.
-WF Orange Juice is spot on for what I was looking for.
-RF French Toast/FA Breakfast Cereal has the cinnamon/brown sugar note and some doughy/cereal I was seeking.
-OOO Creamy Milk Undertone PG brings in a slight dairy note.
-FLV Citrus Soda brings in another bubbly note with some more high end.
Tested on a mech with the Goon 24mm
Loved Staybert’s Citraspberry Soda recipe, but don’t like INW raspberry so I subbed it for FA strawberry, added FA Forest Fruit and left out the WS-23. Staybert made an amazing recipe and citrus soda base, it’s pure genius!
Check out the original recipe here: https://alltheflavors.com/recipes/148968
I recently got FLV Citrus Soda - and it inspired me to play around with my previous Kiwi/Lemon recipe - and I'm quite happy with the results.
FA Kiwi & VT Sour Lemon - are here to stay, as I think they're a great combo.
CAP Lemon Lime - brings some extra zing into the mix.
LA Lemonade - helps brighten up the other citrus flavors.
FLV Citrus Soda - to add that fizz illusion - I kept it low, as I feel it can quickly dominate the mix, and also get a bit soapy at higher percentages.
Works as a shake 'n vape!
I use 70/30 - VG/PG at 3mg
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This is not ment to be mixed as is, I mean, it could and it'll taste like a sprite, which of course isn't all that bad, but can get boring pretty fast on its own. The purpose of me sharing this is for you to use as base to put your own fruits or other flavors on top.
First of all, my take on achieving a "fizzy vibe" in a recipe... As true effervescence is not (yet) possible to achieve in vape form, I feel that the sprite esque citrus notes from those flavors is as close as you can get to vaping a soda. Seeing as lemon/lime pairs well with pretty much any fruit out there, you'll be able to do a lot with this base.
The starting % are pretty low, but it's usually where I start when I make a new mix.
FLV Citrus Soda at 1.25% is where I start to get that "fizzy" feeling from it. I think it's usually best between 1-2% depending on what your goals are and what other flavors your mix it with.
CAP Lemon Lime is just straight up sprite almost. It's usually what I start to add more of if I feel the "fizz" is missing, and I think it works best between 1-3%.
WS-23 as cooling works extremely well here to really sell that cold fizzy vibe. If you haven't used it before, start at 0.25%. Personally I do 0.5% - 1% depending on current mood.
I don't have anything against sweetener really, but I don't like using it with this base. I mean it's definitley still good, and it can probably help a lot of other flavors in different ways so I'm not saying don't use it. I do however think it takes away the tanginess of the citrus flavors, thus making it slightly less fizzy. It's a personal preference though, but I never use it with this base. Usually other fruits, florals, etc can be used as sweeteners or are inheretly sweet themselves.
Other good flavors:
VT Fizzy Sherbet can be used in combination with any of the other too, around 1-4% is usually where I use this, depending on what else is in the mix of course.
FA Aurora also great lemon/lime flavor that can be used together with with FLV Citrus Soda or VT Fizzy Sherbet, use between 0.5-2%.
FLV Lime be careful with this one, it's very potent. Start at 0.2%
FLV Pink Guava the grapefruit note from this flavor can also help boost FLV Citrus Soda, that extra tang is usually needed if you want a soda type recipe. Seeing as this is not a lemon/lime flavor like the others, it's not pairing compatible with as many other flavors. But for the right recipe, this can be amazing.
Great flavors, but bad for making a soda:
FA Lime (Tahity) Cold Pressed & VT Persian Lime - don't get me wrong, both of these are GREAT flavors for most purposes, but they are terrible to use in combination with FLV Citrus Soda. What they do is just put a "lid" on the fizzy notes. Makes everything flat in a sense. They add a great lime note, but if you use them high enough, they will take all the carbonated vibes out of the equation. I won't say don't use them, but I think there are better alternatives if you want to boost the lime in this scenario.
A nice tropical grapefruit inhale with a sweet and sour lemon exhale. Honeysuckle mingles throughout and gives this vape a nice floral touch. WS-23 cools it and brings an icy touch. Delicious.
Fizzy Peach Tea For Everyone!!
A delicious Peach Tea Soda.
I enjoy this at 50W on a Single 0.15ohm SST coil on a Recurve RDA.
Steep Time 2 - 3days
I hope you enjoy this just as much as I enjoyed creating this recipe, but let me know what you thought in the comments below.
Seriously if you like a solid recipe that works give it a go!
Cheers for reading this far, now go and get mixing!
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A fresh honeydew forward melon soda for y'alls!
FLV Citrus Soda the only flavor that gives me that "fizzy" feeling. I usually think it needs some help from another tangy lemon lime flavor, but here I opted to use FLV Lemonade instead, to kind of sweeten it, rather than making it pop. I think it works great together with the melons, as they are so sweet, so the sweeter citruses blends great.
FLV Wild Melon is just an incredible flavor by itself, a blend of many different melons all mashed together. I opted to make the honeydew part even more prominent by adding FLV Honeydew, which can be a bit thick if you use it too high, but at 1% I think it does just what it should here, add even more of that great honeydew flavor.
FLV Cucumber was just some experiment I did, but I think it turned out great, as this flavor in particular has a quite distinct almost salty cucumber note to it, and cucumber/melons are a well known pairing. It's used relatively low here, so you have to look for it to taste it, but I think it adds a great juicyness and complexity to the whole mix.
WS-23 for cooling, as a soda should be cold! This is optional though, and use at your own prefered percentage, but I highly recommend it.