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What a time to be alive.. where you don’t have to actually drink alcohol to enjoy a great cocktail but simply can vape one.
tl;dr this is an alcohol infused pear recipe.
My journey to create this recipe started last year when Tom Klark released a winterseries of alcoholic longfills. One of them that changed my mind on boozey vapes forever was Tom Klarks #05 Rum Orangeblossom. I couldn’t believe that the booze in this liquid made me feel warm inside and tricked me into thinking that I took a sip of a fking rum. Whoa.
Soon after I ordered all rum flavorings I could find wanting to recreate what had long become my adv at this point. The new released SSA Bakery Oranges seemed like the perfect starting point but even after countless revisions I never was satisfied with the outcome. The orange was too bright, flv heat wasn’t the warmth I needed, vta light rum didn’t bringt enough boozyness. I didn’t give up but I kicked out the orange and tried my luck with pear instead. Who doesn’t like to vape pear? The taste of a pear is like it’s actually made to be vaped. God I love pears.
What I made back then wasn’t perfect imo but it was okay. I shared that recipe called Tipsy Nashi with my friends from VAPEDIA and they seemed to like it but I was disappointed and stopped working on it for some months. (This was the recipe btw: https://alltheflavors.com/recipes/share/47b8f818-86c5-4fd6-94a8-19926d7e6771 )
As soon as the new FLV flavorings arrived at my door I knew that it was time to pick it up again. Pearesto tastes like it’s made to be paired with booze. A sweet, heavy canned pear. Amazing! Also I bought VTA Russian Vodka in the meantime that adds a little bit of the boozyness I was missing from Light Rum. FA Jamaican Special gives the spiced body, Light Rum adds a slightly sweet boozey topnote. FLV Sour Apple adds some tartness that compliments the alcoholic feeling and MB Shape Up Pear simply boosts the pear flavor in all aspects.
If you need even more booze you can try to up the Vodka but it seems to mute the other flavorings and becomes medicinal at some point.
If you’re a fan of spicyness try to add 0.2% of FA Cardamom. That’s a nice little twist.
FA Jamaican can also be upped up to 1% but it’s a bit too sweet and heavy for me at that point.
This recipe is probably still not perfect but it will never be. There’s always something you can change and I decided to make it public now at version 20 or something since I really enjoy it and wanna hear your thoughts!
Developed on Vapefly Holic and Cthulhu 1928. (MTL)
This recipe is pretty basic for me. After hearing @id10-t refer to the new FLV Blue Raz as the best Blue Raz I knew I needed it. I vaped about 2 ml's of it and this idea hit me. Although it is a VERY good blue raz, its incomplete. I think the combo of FLV Sour Apple + WF Sourball candy is a pretty killer tart candy base and that's the purpose it plays in here. I want the tart, but not the apple. I originally didn't have the WF Sour Blue Raz Candy in this and it was very good, but I felt it was missing something. I wanted MOAR blue raz, this was the added touch as it not only helped the tart but rounded out the blue raz. Enjoy
I’ve been working on this recipe for a few months and finished it accurately for the Mixers Club March 2021 submission: “Sunshine”
It is started as simple mix of PUR Banana (because it is taaastyeeee) and FA Cucumber (well I just tried banana and cucumber together as a food. It wasn’t great but I liked the concept). So simple two flavors mix, but it was lacking pretty much any meaningful body and back notes. It was right there on top, not too sweet, ghostly bitter due to cucumber.
I decided to add FW sweetener. To get rid of bitterness as it had no place. I liked the resulted flavor but that exactly what it was - a flavor. Later on I thought about the way to bring sweetness without sweetener and cape up with a combo of FLV Alpine Strawberry and JF Sweet Strawberry. First for syrupy sweetness and second just because I like this tart note. It started to fill up with meaning. The base was already great. But I wanted something more in there.
I was making quite a few combinations, in case you wondering - yes, I tried Lychee flavors too. Some were ok, some - terrible. One day I saw my 2oz bottle of INW Pitaya and welp, I just tried it too. I can’t say that I taste this floral note of pitaya but it brought something light to the profile and I let it be there. Pure luck I should say though maybe a logical one, given that base has a strawberry.
I was already enjoying the recipe but it was not there yet. I wasn’t able to imagine how it should taste because it is abstract and experimental taste, not like you have a real deal stuff on your plate to aim at. I tried adding forest fruit, blueberries, pineapple, mango, but nothing really belonged. Until one day my wife tried it and said I should add sour apple there... that is how FLV Sour Apple appeared in there. And it was a success, it was so good I vaped it a lot.
But my perfectionism was taking it is toll. Tic toc mazaphuka. So what happened is after I posted it as a submission to MC I mixed three more variations. More jf strawberry, more dragonfruit, added inw rhubarb. They are all turned ok I should say, still tasty but all of them pushed the mix too far, back-notes started to fade, complexity of the profile was so overwhelming that my brain was screaming for help. So I decided to return to the previous version, where everything was in place for me.
It was quite a road for me, I liked and hated the process and I’ve bern close to wipe it clear and return to the banana/cucumber stage but it all turned out well.
Oh yes, it us called red giant because I wanted to call it like this. But if I will try to pull my poetic side I would say that because this recipe bright but not shiny, it is dark but not cold and it is just something usually unusual.
First attempt at mixing my own recipe. Supposed to be a green apple & watermelon jolly rancher. Just starting with diy coming off commercial eliquid and vape mtl so might be a little too much sweetener/flavoring for some, adjust as needed. Please comment if you decide to mix this, I could really use the advice/feedback as I'm just starting out and appreciate any input that could help me learn what I might be doing right/wrong
Edit: Think I missed the mark for an authentic jolly rancher taste, might have to play around with it some more but still a good candy flavor
Taste like apples with a little effervescence.
I made the apple by combining flv red apple for the body, inw anton apple for the top note, and jf fuji to fill it out a little more. Flv sour apple adds a little tartness. And flv citrus soda adds the effervescence note.
It may only have 7% flavoring with 0.5% cap super sweet. But don't let that steer you away, it packs plenty of flavor!
Green apple Jolly Rancher.
I tried WF Jolly Green Candy aka WF Green Sweet Candy, which is what it's called on the bottle I have. Or I'm pretty sure it's called Green Candy at Chefs. Anyway, I tried it and thought it was like a better version of CAP Green Apple Hard Candy. To me the apple flavour is better and you don't have to use it at a crazily high %. It does the hard candy texture really well. I've heard the folks on Noted describe some hard candy flavours as 'glossy' and it is definitely that.
I wanted to experiment with the flavour so I thought it made sense to try it in ConcreteRiver's Camp Tigerclaw. I just subbed the CAP Green Apple Hard Candy for WF Whatever It's Called and it turned out pretty great. There is already a fair amount of sucralose in the WF so I reduced the amount of CAP SS used. It's maybe not quite as sweet as Camp Tigerclaw, but it's still pretty sweet for me. I found that the sweetener was dampening the sourness so I tried to balance getting the sweetness without losing too much of the tartness.