Flavor Profile: fruit
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Now I understand, you'll look at this recipie, and think, whoa thats alot of flavours....
Each one has its own place to create the perfet fruit tea blend, with an extremely subtle mint feel.
It all started with a wonderful cuppa tea from a coffee house here in the uk. Primary ingredients being Apple, Papaya, Mint Leaves and Rose Petals.
The Tea smelt and tasted so good, I recreated it in a Vapable form.
HLQ Black Tea is Chefs Fab MIx Black Tea
If you have the concentrates to mix it up, let me know what you think.
MB Mango is Frandy Flavours mango
The FLV Guava is straight up grapefruit, and that's what I'm going for here.
The citrus notes are there as a bed for the grapefruit accent to lie on top of. The juicy lemon is a light sharp accent to bump up the grapefruit.
The mangoes are there as a second accent, but also to smoothen the sharper notes from the citruses
The orange cream can be left out if you don't have it. The mb juicy orange can be substituted for for capella's at 1%
The sweetener and WS23 is of course entirely optional.
I would give it 3 days for the fruits to blend and the citrus to settle.
A quick easy mango recipe for your pod or juul. To be used with salt nic, pod, MTL, Juul device.
Update: Shout out wadeyloops. I did post a DL (direct lung) version on FB chat. Thanks for posting it on ATF comments.
FA mango .75
Tpa Greek 1
Flv mango 2.5
Tpa marshmallow .5
Flv Sweetness .15 or super sweet you can use EM or cotton candy if you prefer to blend and remove sharpness of the mangos.
75vg/25vg 1 to 3 day steep time.
EDIT: OK, anything below is out the window. It's gone through so many changes since I posted this that the profile has nothing to do with where I began or was striving for. HOWEVER, it came out to be a really tasty vape so that's why I'm leaving it up.
Was trying to emulate my favorite pipe tobacco I used to roll into cigarettes back in the day. It kind of took a turn when the profile matched, but the experience was just meh. Added some depth with the fruit and it rounded out nicely but nowhere close to what I was going for. Incredibly smooth.
This is one of those, that if you don't have all the flavors, you can probably mix and match, but if you're getting sick of the same fruit/desert mixes, winter is rolling around and you need a change, go for the Nic Riv splurge and get em all. You need these in your pantry anyways.
This is the result of pitting my least favorite fruit flavor (Grape) against my favorite fruit flavor (Mango). There are two versions of this recipe, one with White Peach at 1%, and the other with FA Apricot (Armenia) at 1%. After gathering some information from test subjects, both need to be included because they're awesome for different reasons. I'm usually not a fan of anything grape flavored, but this makes it work. It is also probably worth a shot if you're not a fan of Mango.
I'm almost convinced Juul has a proprietary blend of Mango as I've experimented with a rather large variety of Mango concentrates and combinations. I haven't yet nailed it 1:1 but this is close enough for me. Juul also likely uses 1000mg/ml nicotine solution to achieve a 70/30 mix with a 50mg nic solution as we also know their nicotine derivation is proprietary. I like to mix it 55/45 for maximum flavor and at 30mg because I don't need 50mg. While it's not a 100% dead on clone of Juul's Mango pod, It is close enough for me to be happy with it. Sometimes I throw in a little WS-23 to give it a cooling vibe.
this recipe has served more for my records than a community contribution, but thought I'd share because I enjoy it
FLV Cantaloupe helps round out a juicy and creamy orange texture.
TPA Dragonfruit lends a boost to the fruit.
TPA Sweetener to invite some maltol to the mix.
FLV Mango / CAP Sweet Mango obviously pair to contribute the Mango note.
This isn't your typical stovetop mango custard out of a box...it's actually your typical mango custard out of a box WITH a dab of whipped cream AND fresh mint on top. There may or may not also be a few slices of fresh mango as well. Sue me.
If you're still with me then its time for a few flavor notes:
Bavarian Cream(FW): One of my favorite creams to add to a custard. Supplies a nice thick mouthfeel without too many additional caramel and vanilla notes.
Custard(INW): If you want just a thick and creamy custard without a heavy dose of vanilla than this is the one you want.
Mango(SC): I can't get enough of this mango lately. It's so juicy and delicious I highly recommend picking it up if you don't already have it. It's basically canned mango nectar in vape form and its the flavor that needed to be in this recipe.
Mango(FLV): SC Mangos best buddy in this recipe. It really brightens up the mango flavor and almost makes one believe that this is a made from scratch mango custard 😉
Vanilla Custard(CAP): This flavoring is entirely optional. I happen to love it in this recipe but it is just as tasty although a bit lighter without it.
Vanilla Whipped Cream(CAP): This is that little dab of whipped cream on top. It's a great flavor but if you would like a viable sub that I believe makes the recipe better, FA Whipped Cream at 1.25% will do just fine. FANA has been screwing around a bit and their whipped cream with all of that tasty diacetyl is no longer widely available to most folks or else it would have been in the recipe instead of CAP VWC...
Natural Mint(INW): An amazing flavoring and the perfect mint leaf garnish for our mango custard. This flavoring is damn strong so even 0.15 would probably do just fine.
Sweetener is optional although it adds to the authenticity in this recipe.
Pretty good as a SnV or let this one steep for a couple of days if you want a bolder mango. Let it sit for a week or two for best overall results and maximum decadence.
I truly love this recipe and I hope some of you folks will too! Enjoy!