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(FLV) Persimmon


By: Flavorah (FLV)

Used in 79 recipes at an average of 0.745%.

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19 DIY E-Liquid Recipes found


I really enjoy Red tea ( also known as a Roobios tea) and with the weather starting to turn cool on the east coast I start making loose leaf tea by the bucket loads. loads. So when I say that FLV does tea really well, I speak from experience, and their red tea is spot on for me. This is a slightly sweet earthy vanilla maple base with some brighter fruit top notes. it makes for a very nice easy all day vape . This was mixed for the All flavorah November contest
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Apple filling provides some body to this mix some spice and cider notes that accent this mix at this percent..

Ginger peach Persimmon and Red tea combine to create a natural sweet bright almost creamy peach note with a deep woodsy caramel vanilla back note from the red tea. . Persimmon has some citrus peach notes that provide some bright top note to this mix. The ginger sits on top and is noticeable on the exhale . The deeper notes of the red tea come out after a 3 - 5 day period.

milk and honey adds some darker base sweet caramel notes that anchor this mix and add some creamy body

vanilla bean is an accent used to pull out the vanilla note that is part of the ginger peach and red tea.

** cream** adds some body and blends this mix.

NOTE : I enjoy a sweeter tea hence the additional of sweetness, which I find to be a sweetener that adds the most natural type of sweetness to a mix like this - but use the sweetener of your choice

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🏷️ A buttery and rich peach cobbler with a island twist.

Top:
Juicy Peach and Apricot combine to make a bright, ripe nectar styled peach flavor. The lightly citrusy and soft peach-like Persimmon plays well with these two flavors, adding with it a complex tropical note.

Base:
Biscuit (INW) and Croissant combine to make a rich, and buttery crumble base. Biscuit (SilverLine) rounds out the base by enhancing the toasted bakery notes; while also adding a soft coconut finish to the crumbly crust.

Lastly, a touch of sweetener is added in order to complete sweet bakery profile.

 

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🏷️ A buttery and rich peach cobbler with a island twist.

Top:
Juicy Peach and Apricot combine to make a bright, ripe nectar styled peach flavor. The lightly citrusy and soft peach-like Persimmon plays well with these two flavors, adding with it a complex tropical note.

Base:
Biscuit (INW) and Croissant combine to make a rich, and buttery crumble base. Biscuit (SilverLine) rounds out the base by enhancing the toasted bakery notes; while also adding a soft coconut finish to the crumbly crust.

Lastly, a touch of sweetener is added in order to complete sweet bakery profile.

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A vitalizing blend of fresh pear and vibrant lychee, accented with a touch of coconut.

This combo remains one of my all time favorites but I could not find a recipe which celebrated these magical flavours well enough, hence the creation of Pychee (Pear/Lychee).

FA lychee brings the authentic, fresh, lychee flavour to the mix and lays the foundation for the lychee layer. Lychee's unique tropical flavour (described by some as a mix between watermelon, pear and grape) is unmistakable and magical! Cap Sweet Lychee boosts the FA Lychee with a sweet, canned lychee vibe and rounds the lychee profile off perfectly.

The pear layer is courtesy of my favoutite pear combo consisting of FA & INW.
FA Pear brings the fresh, juicy pear element whereas INW Pear provides the grittiness, crunch and texture of a pukka pear.

FLV Persimmon is described by many as a peach/plum hybrid. I pick up up wonderful, deep, pear/quince nuances which intensifies the pear profile and adds that little intrigue to the mix...

The Persimmon can be substituted for TPA Dragonfruit at the same %. The dragonfruit variation is excellent, I just prefer the persimmon version.

FLV sweet coconut fulfills 3 roles here: it provides a touch of creaminess, a spot of sweetness and imparts that magical taste of fresh coconut ensuring adequate depth in the mix.

Feel free to add your cooling agent of choice - WS23 at 0.5% is just enough IMHO.

Give this one a good night's sleep, 3 preferable for the floral notes to dissipate.

A sweet, fruity relish of Gingered peaches, cranberries, and persimmons.

In response to the recent spotlight on INW Shisha Punch in Ep. 1 of the new "Noted" podcast on the DIYorDIE Network, methinks another Shisha Punch offering is due.

"A fantastic treat for those summer nights, and pairs perfectly with an adult beverage."

INW Shisha Punch is an incredible, spicy, yet fragrant and satisfying blend. It is usually the cornerstone of any recipe it joins, as it is highly potent and hard to subdue. Thus, we use it here at a careful 0.3%. Shisha Punch also blends famously well with the oily, zesty nature of FW Blood Orange, used here at 2.5%. Once again, the two are joined successfully for a light mulled-orange spice.

Here, we blend the subtly-spiced orange base together with the fragrant fruit combo of the amazing FLV Persimmon, and our old reliable pal, TFA Pear. A simple recipe sure to set your olfactory system right again. (A great cure for olfactory fatigue, a.k.a: Vaper's Tongue, as well)

Works great as a shake-and-vape. Allow 48 hours for the Shisha Punch to back down a bit for a nice balance.

I do hope you enjoy!

(INW Shisha Punch also works best as a dilution. When using a 10% dilution, one can add more to a given recipe. This achieves a higher accuracy with a flavoring where ONE SINGLE extra drop can be the difference between awesome and offensive.)

(The 0.3% noted here is the full-strength, non-diluted commercial flavoring.)

A gourmet tea mix that has the papaya-tangerine tandem as the main note accentuated by florals.

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A lightly floral, creamy vape with a pleasant fruit note

Suggested Soundtrack: Kusanagi by Odesza

A recipe that had gotten me thinking about what mixing means to me (besides just making a tasty juice) is Longing by /u/ID10-T. The recipe does more than deliver a pleasant profile, it delivers an experience, which is something I have always wanted to do.

Though the name obviously plays off of /u/ID10-T's recipe, it is also personal. Ever since I smelled FLV Persimmon, I fell in love. It's got this aroma that's floral, sweet, fruity, and just plain delicious -- everything I've wanted in a vape. Upon mixing up a SFT @ 1.5%, the taste translates just as beautifully as the smell, but the throat... oh the throat... so harsh... I tried bringing it down to 1%, 0.5%, and even 0.25% and it was still giving me trouble in recipes, but I knew there must be a way to tame it, and by golly I was on a mission.

I had tried mixing Persimmon in with florals, fruits, bakeries, cocktails, creams, etc, and nothing seemed to be working. I decided to try just throwing it on top of what I've dubbed now as my Cream Stone and was surprised that the throat was almost entirely subdued. Then I tried bringing it up a little higher and I was getting the full delicious flavor of FLV Persimmon, on top of a nice creamy base, with little-to-no throat (none on the inhale, slight tickle on the exhale). Originally I wanted to do this recipe with Cherry Blossom and Persimmon, but it wasn't working out, and I believe I achieved the goal of a similar style vape to Longing while still staying within the constraints of the contest it was a part of.

**"Oh how I yearn to relive
Those missed opportunities.
Lovers lost,
Careers canned,
Experiences expelled,
But they're gone...

Oh how I yearn to relive
Those happier times.
Carefree and spontaneous,
Excited and outrageous,
Jubilant and generous,
But they're gone...

Oh how I yearn to relive
Those eras of freedom.
To come and go as I please,
To try new things and
To feel new feelings.
But they're gone...

But that's not who I am
Not anymore.
I love who I am,
and the world around me I adore.
Oh how I yearn to live,
The future and all that it holds in store."**

i decided to have fun with FLV persimmon and a vanilla base.
Persimmon has some peach/mango notes so i boosted the peach a bit since i like peach over mango.
I also wanted to see how FLV Frosting would do in the vanilla base and imo it adds some good backnotes! 0.5-1%)

give it 7 days.

one of my ADV's. perfect for summer.

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