By: Flavorah (FLV)
Used in 77 recipes at an average of 1.27%.
A orange champagne with bright red berries.
The blood orange gives some nice orange depth to the champagne, and the sour lemon lifts all the ingredients to a more forward bright taste. I didn’t had that in, in my first versions, but I felt like something was missing, and the lemon did exactly what I was hoping.
The pink panther is the “secret” ingredient here. It’s got such a good Blackcurrant, red berries taste, that just blends nicely in.
I think I got it pretty well balanced with a sweet orange champagne inhale and a red berrie exhale. And at the end you get the Blackcurrant. Totally yummy imo.
Tested on Citadel rda, fused Clapton coil, 0.22 at 40w👍😉
I am not a super cool guy, so the 0.1 ws23 is mainly there to add some fizz, and I do think that it fits the profile with some coolness, so feel free to bump it up to 0.25 or 0.5. Wouldn’t recommend any higher than that, but that is for every profile. Over 0.5 is just to much man!😊
I created this recipe using my "Moscato Liquido" layer.
I wanted to use my Moscato layer in a Fruit Juice but did not want to do the average Grapple or some thin kind of fruit juice. I figured a Tropical vibe would be weird enough with a Grape layer and gave it a try.
This turned out very tasty! A strange and delicious mix that I can only describe as a Pink or slight red Tropical fruit Juice with a unique mouth watering grape twist to it.
The Pink - The combination of the Shisha strawberry and FLV Pink Guava is where I got the tropical notes from. The Shisha melting the tropical guava and Citrus notes down into a sweet nectar that mixes into the Grape layer.
WS23 - added to bring in the cool Beverage boost
Sweetner - Yes add it. the profile is not the same if you leave it out. I would say the lowest the SS should go is 0.25... LOWEST!
Give this a Mix if you are looking for something fresh
Changes: If you like a longer lasting Guava, Add some CAP Sweet Guava to this!
My idea here was to make a base layer for a Grape Juice or a Juice that can be used as a Moist Juicy layer for a fruity Fruit Juice! Inspiration is basically from how a grape and apple combo is used in most fruit juices as a background or base layer.
Moscato @ 2% its is perfect to me as very visible White grape without adding funky or bitter dry notes that I usually get from white grapes. The texture from the Moscato really pops here too, much like a watery flesh layer inside a grape.
Fuji apple & Country apple combo here to create the Fresh apple juice that is then combined with the Grape.
FA pear is only here for some moistness and a touch of texture wrapping up this profile as a Liquid.
- Add some coolant if its an Iced Beverage or something that needs a coolant.
- Berries (Strawberries & Blueberries)
- Fruit Beverages
- Fruity Vapes
- Juicy Gummy Candies
Discussed it in this Vid:
This is a up town sun downer cocktail that only the affluent really understands - Ice Cold Expensive White Muscat Grape Vino - with a dash lemonade, and frozen Honey Dew Ice cubes - I know honey, BOUJEEEEEE.
FLV Moscato - Delicious Grape flavour, this is my new FA White Grape
FLV Citrus Soda - Dash of lemonade fizz, helps out with the body of the mix also
FLV Brut Bubble Wine - bends the white grape to a Vino
CAP Honeydew - used very low to mess with the grape and bring a new exotic flavor out of the vino
WS23 - Fizz, Cool
SS - It needs it, this is a cocktail - it really helps the fruit pop a bit more.
So this is the first boozy vape that I have created - I would say that it serves as a gateway to other boozy / cocktail vapes out there. I love working with grapes, and that translates well when working with wines.
This Mix was done for Our 1st live episode using FLV Berry Blend. We talked about FLV Berry Blend in a live show - https://youtu.be/BYKq4D3Fh6o
I wanted to see if I could mix Berry Blend as the main profile into something familiar that Ive done before.
I was going for a Berry forward beverage, I am not sure that its full on Berry as I think its needs a Steep **Will update this later
The Combination of Ice and Citrus soda serves as my effervescent beverage or liquid base. Then I added the Moscato to freshen this up with a vibrant tart white grape in the middle.
Dragon fruit and Fuji added in combo to sweeten and emulsify these flavors together.
This is a Pretty weird mix, but I keep reaching for it for another puff. I dont think this is for everyone, but if you like weird stuff you might like this.
Almost reminds me of this weird "Sour Alien Spray candy" I had as a kid.
I think the weirdness will mellow out a bit after 3 days, will update.
Add if you like sweet stuff, Dont if you dont :-)
THIS RECIPE IS NOT DONE! THERE WILL BE SOME CHANGES.
While I am putting this up for the contest this is an untested recipe. Okay for the flavor-pro-year-of-mixing challenge week 19 - my take on a drink that has gin in it - which I don't like gin so I'm swaping that for my take on vodka which is made up of hops/moscato (not really very vodka-like but I couldn't find my black tea darnit) - then the drink has peach, an orange cordial, basil, lemon juice and soda (I'm using a combo of champagne, cream soda and orange cream but in small amounts). Off the shake it tastes alcohol-y but not very peachy or orange-y - I think it needs a steep. Or maybe more peach and orange LOL - we'll see.
I love those grape juice fruit snacks, you know the ones that look like a bunch of grapes. It's a profile I was working on for a while since I don't see too many grape mixes, and after I played around I realized that it isn't as easy as I thought. Sure, I had some decent mixes but it just wasn't what I envisioned. The grape flavors we have are either too chemical, or they are too far into candy land that they just wouldn't work. When Flavor Revolution (FR) came out at NR I decided to pick it up.
FR Grape Candy- While it's 100% hard candy grape, it didn't have that chemical off note and I knew with a bit of help it was my best chance with all the ones I had. This with TFA Grape Juice made the core of the mix but it was very linier...just grape. While good, it just wasn't there
INW Two Apples- Apples in a grape mix??? Absolutely! Especially in a candy profile that has real juice. Apple juice is probably the most used filler in juices that aren't 100% and it's noticable in these fruit snacks. Not so much that it's an apple and a grape, they just blend perfect. At .25% it's just giving this some dimension and making it interesting.
FA Marshmallow/TFA Vanilla Swirl- This is a solid combo to add some body and volume, it's what is making the recipe chewy so it's not a grape cocktail. This also blends the grape/apple so it's not a grape lollipop dipped in apple juice. TFA marshmallow can't be subbed here. This has too many top note and all that extra EM will bog it down.
FLV Moscato - Now I know this isn't out yet, but its a damn good flavor. When I tested it I knew it would be the missing link for this. At .25% It has this bright a white grape note that pushes this mix to perfection and is really what gives it that grape authenticity.
I'm aware FR is a new brand and most won't have it. Since it's only sold at NR in the US, it cuts the chances down even further.... however, if you like grape you need it in your life.