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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.
Chartreuse: A shade of colour; a pale apple-green.
Normally I try to avoid making mixing random fruits, it's really tough to get the balance right and usually ends up a big mess. This recipe however started out as a request by a friend of mine, who really liked a specific commercial juice. Since the name of it was very nondescript and I hadn't actually tried it myself, I only had his description and the pictures to go on. The fruits that we could spot were; Pineapple, Melon and Dragonfruit. There was also grapes on some of the pictures, but since I can't stand INW Grape it was quickly ruled out. However when I did a first attempt on only mixing CAP Golden Pineapple (replaced by INW in the final version) with FLV Wild Melon and TFA Dragonfruit, I knew I had a really good base to work with.
I made a total of 9 different versions before I settled on this specific combo, which I really enjoy. It's very sweet and I don't think you can distinguish any of the specific flavours, hence the rather wierd name, it simply tastes like "Chartreuse" ;). The final mix doesn't taste at all like the juice we based the idea off, but I'm still really happy with the end result.
If you want some more details on the different versions, please check out the reddit post.
This is a candy based slushie using flavours i feel work really well together to create a mixed medley slush. Not alot gone into this one tbh kind of just had the idea, mixed it, vaped it & enjoyed it.
The blue raspberries with hibiscus speak for them selves as theyre pretty popular combo's although using hibiscus candy to fit the profile.
Sour water melon and jelly cherry are also a tasty combo and turning them blue works a treat. Using VTA sherbet as a candy like fizzy additive whilst sorbet base lifts the melon and provides some moisture for the slush rather than a straight candy. Also using sour apple as an additive as it carries little apple flavouring and more of a sour note.
A sweet, sticky, tart berry hard candy reminiscent of those I used to eat during the hot summer months when I was a child.
Originally, I started with the goal of creating a sour gummy candy but, as soon as I tasted the flv sour apple and boysenberry flavorings, I knew what direction I had to go in.
Utilizing a combination of FLV Boysenberry and WF Boysenberry Raspberry, I created a sweet berry base. The FLV Sour Apple added the tartness often found in berry candies and the CAP Jelly Candy adds that sweet stickiness that coats your mouth and leaves you smacking your lips. Finally, the FLV Wild Melon helps minimize the heaviness of the berry base and smooths out the vape while maintaining that candy goodness.
Tested on the Jenna RDA, airflow halfway open. Fused clapton with dual core 28g KanthalA1, 38g KanthalA1 wrap. 6 wraps, .65Ohms.
As with all recipes, I never think anything is fully complete, so all critiques are very much welcome.
So, the story behind this recipe is fairly simple. @AlfredPudding spent a fair amount of time in the diy e_juice discord and was very generous with his time and energy. I had asked him for some help in cloning one of my first juices, Frozen Hulk Tears. The man, the myth, the legend came back at me with this mix telling me both (1) this will be a better version and (2) the cap SS is essential here and not to mess with that scary 1%. He was right on both accounts. I've silently enjoyed this recipe for a good while and had asked a while back if he minded I shared it. I just never really got around to posting it, unsure also about how to properly do the recipe justice, or thank my friend properly for making something this amazing that truly hits that spot.
If you liked Frozen Hulk's Tears or just like a sour apple/watermelon profile, try this.
Original art by @zany