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This is a deliciously juicy topical apple mix. The Mix of 3:1 Anton to Fuji apple creates a bright, crisp apple to be paired with tart pink guava and lime. The Candy Roll and Anton Apple does a good job of taking the harsh bite out of the Pink Guava, allowing it to have such a high mixing percentage.
As a shake n vape, the Pink Guava isn't overpowering, but is most prevalent. In 2-3 days, the apple will level out with the pink guava.
Steep Time: 3 Days.
So this recipe is my pride and joy. If you like absinthe mix this up, and if you think you don't like absinthe mix this up. I have had a ton of people try out this recipe for me as I've worked on it and even people who normally dislike absinthe enjoy this recipe. Simply put, DV Absinthe is in a completely different landscape than TPA Absinthe. TPA's version is very heavy on the anise note to the point that it overtakes a recipe, which can be good for an anisehead like myself but leads to most people disliking it. DV Absinthe has that anise note but that's only one part of it. It has a nice herbal blend of flavors that avoids being purfumy or overpowering which adds something special to a mix. While I won't go into too much detail on the other flavors in the recipe, the main goal was to make a citrus fruit and absinthe cocktail. The lemon, lime, and Mandarin combine into a nice citrus base that isn't overpowering or too harsh while also not focusing on one particular citrus flavor. The Kiwi provides a little tang and helps pop the mix a bit. The Pink Guava acts as the most noticeable fruit in the mix even at this low of a percentage. If you are sensitive to it drop it to .25% which one of my friends prefers but I like it at .4% personally. It gives a very solid Grapefruit flavor that helps with that sour/tangy note and also works to balance out the sweetness in the recipe. The Spearmint Koolada combination adds a sweet minty flavor that blends with the herbal notes while not being too overpowering on the fruits. Lastly the stevia really is the best sweetener for this recipe. Stevia has a bit of a bitter/herbal taste in its sweetness that normally is an off note, but in this recipe it really works with the absinthe and the pink guava. Overall this is a recipe I can vape for weeks without getting tired of and I would love to hear what everyone thinks.
No catchy recipe name or extensive notes or meticulous master crafting here. Threw a bunch of tropical flavorings together to see if I could get a tasty shake and vape. And voila, it's pretty damn tasty. Even better after sitting over night. If you have he flavorings and the hankering for a smooth/sweet tropical fruit/mango juice then definitely give this baby a shot. Also could replace TPA meringue with FA Meringue at 0.75%
A well-rounded summer-fruit vape. Refreshing and wonderful. Smooth but full-bodied.
Pink Guava is at 1 drop per 15mL (out of the standard FLV bottle, should be ~0.2%)
Steep: Short (1-2 days)
Strawberry Ripe and Apricot provide a smooth and heavy base for the lighter flavors to sit on.
Juicy peach, Pear, and Guava have potent and upfront top notes that punch your tongue on the inhale.
Sweet and tangy honeydew on the exhale.