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Soda base adds the fizzy bite.
Wild melon, watermelon, watermelon candy make the base watermelon flavor.
Pear candy adds the body.
Yumberry adds slight tartness to the soda base.
Dragonfruit helps lift the watermelon candy making it a bit brighter.
Cotton candy adds to the candy quality.
Add whatever about of sweetner you prefer.
I normally don't release a recipe so quick, but I mixed this up yesterday on a whim and god damn did it come out perfect. I'm going for a melon mint gum. I didn't want an actual bubblegum flavor, more of an orbit or trident style gum. So I went with RF Taffy base and TPA Marshmallow to get the actual gum portion. Everything else fell into place right where it needed to be. Summer is right around the corner and I see this in my regular rotation so give this one a try if this sounds like something you might enjoy. Shake and vape approved.
The TEA: VT Jasmine Green Tea makes up the bulk of our tea base. It's got brilliant green notes and subtle Jasmine that are excellent on their own, but since they'll be mixed with some strong competitors I've decided to bulk that base up with a little FA Black Tea to boost the tannic/tea base and some additional Jasmine from FA to create a strong over all tea base. These 3 together in this combination make an excellent tea base with room for fruit or any other additives.
The Melon: FLV Wild Melon is a brilliant melon mix that never dissapoints. The downside to it is that when you take it up to 1-2% it starts to overpower more delicate flavors like our jasmine. So I've left it down at .5% and boosted the sour/melon notes with FLV Sour Apple. You could likely use FA Fuji here in it's place if you don't have FLV Sour Apple, but I really like the way FLV Sour Apple interacts with FLV Wild Melon. Over all you get a sweet, mixed melon overtone to the tea base.
Sweetener: Sucralose works here if you don't keep Erythritol handy, but the earthy sweetness of Erythritol works incredibly well with tea. It's a fair bit weaker than traditional sucralose, so I've settled at 2% here to keep things nice and sweet.
This is a great, flavorful, refreshing, melon mix. I almost get an Orange Watermelon flavor from it, similar to INW Melon but a little better IMO. If I had to try to pick which melons I'm tasting I would say Watermelon, Honeydew, Cantaloupe. I'm not sure what exactly they were going for with this one but it came out really darn tasty.