By: Flavorah (FLV)
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An apple ginger hard candy. Nothing much else to write. Notes can be found on reddit.
Light citrus soda base with a strong green apple in the front, and lingering spice and ginger on the exhale.
Ginger Lemongrass Honey Tea for y'alls.
So I wanted to try recreate this "health tea" in vape form, and I think it's pretty spot on. Ginger and lemongrass are said to have many health benefits, feel free to read up on it and try it if you already haven't.
FLV Eisai Tea brings the green tea flavor, it's slightly fruity, earhty and dry which is a perfect base for this beverage.
FLV Ginger is a relatively sweet ginger syrup, which is much needed here to get the balance right as some of the other flavors can be a bit dry.
FLV Lemon Grass is slightly sharp but a spot on lemon grass flavor. The bitterness helps the tea get an even more authentic feeling and pairs beautifully with the ginger to give a very fresh and unique taste.
FLV Honey Bee is known to have a floral note, but I think that gets completely buried here. It gives the tea a very very pleasant honey mothfeel and almost nectar type sweetness. Highly recommend this flavor if you need a honey for teas.
This can be shake and vaped, but a day or two will make it better.
Shout out to @nowar for all the support <3
This is an idea that I had to make something that I used to really like, crown/Makers Mark and gingerale. Then I got to thinking about a Shirley temple so I wanted to get a cherry flavor in there without the medicine. Really not a ton going on here. The FLV Ginger is a pretty strong ginger and paired with citrus soda/fizzy sherb lemon/lime soda base gets me a pretty solid gingerale taste.
this one is another patchwork recipe
it's fruity, tart, and has a certain "zing" to it
it takes some courage to mix it, but give it a try to give your allday vapes a u-turn
i personally never really liked honeydew, but the absinthe cuts it in the right way
ginger and sparkling wine fills out the middle notes with some tartness and an interesting finish
I love how the flavors work with each other in this recipe.
The 2 to 1 ratio between the green and black tea is the perfect combination of warm body and cool green and minty notes.
Ginger and Honey Bee works both sides adding dimension, spice and floral notes to the tea blend and the apple, which sits in the back to brighten up the entire mix
Okay another entry for the flavor-pro year in mixing week 19 - this one has a serano chili in it but of course I don't have that so I am switching in hibiscus and ginger - then it is rum, lemon, cherries (this is why I picked this one - I love cherry crush), mint, soda and sugar. My Jamaican rum is from vape wild which I don't see here so put FW. Maybe I won't get flavors from them again?