(FE) Lemon


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This is my take on blue raspberry. Just want to make a quick shoutout to mlknikon for part of the blue raspberry base (flv and wf).

This profile is a deep blue flavor that is very top heavy at the same time. I've tried many blue raspberry flavors, but none of them hit the mark for me in terms of a punchy and lasting blue raz flavor. 75% of them taste like soap to me, but this one...
ohh..it is good.

I've had my 100 mL bottle for over 2 weeks now as write this and the flavor hasn't faded at all. It starts really intensifying after about 2 to 3 days and levels off after about a week.

If you like a bold and electric blue raspberry candy, this one is DEFINITELY for YOU!

Please give me feedback in the reviews and let me know how am doing and where I can improve!

A sour/tart lemon hard candy crossed with biting into a lemon slice sprinkled in sugar. I've gone through several versions of this juice and this is the version I liked the best. Very tart and as close to sour as I've ever gotten. It gives you that sour tingle on the inside of your cheeks with a tart taste on the exhale.

My ideal for the end result of this would be a remix of Yu-Long from Majestic Vapor. This is solely for made for the intent to enjoy as a e-liquid maker and not for purposes of resale.

The term "perfect storm" is nearly synonymous with "worst-case scenario", although the latter carries more of a hypothetical connotation.
This drink is pretty much the opposite of its name: Tasty, aromatic, refreshing and something special. Originates from the classic "Jamaican Mule", also seen as "Jamaican Storm"

Well-balanced drink of Ginger Beer, spiced rum and lemon juice, served on the rocks.

"Weird show!" you mumble, sitting back in your car on your way home. "This weather is killing me and I'm dying for a drink!"
You keep your eyes open, hoping to find a restaurant, bar or at least a gas station to buy some refreshments. But the recent events barely left any business alive.
"What's that?" You squint your eyes, not sure whether you're hallucinating or you really just saw a flickering neon sign, advertising a bar. You slam the break and jerk the steering wheel to take an immediate u-turn. The highway is empty, as usual these days, so there's nobody that could be bothered by your maneuver.
As you get closer, you feel more and more positive about the existence of that neon sign, until you finally reach the parking lot of a rundown bar with barricaded windows. But you hear some music from the inside, so you enter the taproom. Nobody is around, only the bartender listening to some music and polishing glasses.
You take a look at the menu - "Is this some kind of joke?" you ask, pointing at the sheet of paper that contained - ONE - drink.
"Nope, take it or leave it, bud..." the barkeeper mumbles.
Who would even call a drink a "Perfect Storm", especially at these circumstances? But do you really have a choice? During the last weeks you learnt to lower your standards and that being too picky usually ends in getting nothing at all.
"Alright, Perfect Storm please, cant't get any worse, can it?" The bartender nods, throws some ice cubes and a slice of lemon into a glass before pouring over some murky brown liquid. He hands it over, nods again and continues to polish his glasses.

You take a smell, breathe a sigh of relief and gulp down a huge, thirsty sip. The bartender just renamed the good old "Jamaican Mule".
After a few more sips you enjoy the heat of the alcohol flowing through your body. You enjoy the warmth and spiciness of Ginger Beer, paired with Caribbean Spiced Rum, juicy lime, a slice of cucumber and the refreshing coldness of the ice cubes.

Ingredients

  • VT Fizzy Sherbet Brings in the fizzy mouthfeel of Ginger Beer.
  • TPA Ginger Ale Basis for the Ginger Beer. Nice ginger note.
  • VT Ginger Root Adds more ginger to the Ginger Beer, especially on the spicy side that differs Ginger Beer from Ginger Ale
  • FLV Heat Does not add taste but turns the Ginger Beer into a spicy and slightly hot version, like brands as Thomas Henry or Bundaberg
  • FE Lemon Refreshing lemon taste that pairs well with both, ginger and rum.
  • VT Light Rum Basis for the rum component, especially on the lighter notes and slight boozy notes. More of a white rum than a spiced rum.
  • FA Jamaican Special Caribbean Mule is usually mixed with spiced rum. This one helps to bring in the spice.
  • VT Russian Vodka Adds more booziness for more authentic rum experience
  • CAP Cucumber Cucumber usually is a part of the cocktail. Only in for a very slight taste, mostly for a more watery mouthfeel.
  • WS-23 You don't like lukewarm drinks, do you? Works perfectly fine together with FLV Heat.

Additional Notes

  • I did also try FLV Citrus Soda instead of Fizzy Sherbet. Works but not as good. Feel free to lower or remove the Heat in case you don't like the mouthfeel. Doesn't contribute taste, only makes the ginger more authentic.

Testing Notes

Developed for DL on Hadaly (handmade single coil (Alien), 0,2 Ohm, SS316L), Aromamizer Supreme V3 (dual coils, 0,1 Ohm, NiCr90) and Taifun GX (handmade single coil (Alien), 0,34 Ohm, NiCr80)

The picture is taken from inshaker.com

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A sherbety lemon chew bought to you with the help of Nick Evans, he doesn't know he helped so don't tell him but I stole his taffy base for help with this. Find it here: https://alltheflavors.com/recipes/218080#nick_s_taffy_base_by_nickevz

This is great off the shake. Enjoy πŸ˜‹

A delicious key lime cookie with a creamy white chocolate finish. Read to the bottom as there are 2 subs\versions of this recipe. Worked on this a while, if the last year+ wasn't so straight up fucked up for me and people around me this probably would've been out before last Xmas. But, shit happens and better late than never right? This is the only recipe of mine that I would highly recommend if it looks or sounds good to you: mix more than normal, you won't regret it 🀀

Steep: Vapeable overnight if you don't like Steeping, way better after 5 days, optimal at 10-14.

The layers:

Lime: I like TFA key lime and was accidentally sent an extra 15ml bottle so it gave me some more wiggle room. Nachef uses it high like this in joker I believe, most use it very low. I needed to make sure it came through while not getting too harsh. Experiments with fa, both of them, VT persian (a great lime) all resulted in too much throat hit with not enough punch to get through the cookie and white chocolate cream. Adding a little bit of a potent lemon proved to be the trick imo. Was a shortlist to start and I found fe lemon and VT sour lemon to be the best.

Cookie: Who doesn't like or at least have cap sugar cookie?? It's not great on it's own unless you're going very basic or want to get into a weird muting balancing act. I think it starts to mute a bit much over 3% and that is not always a bad thing. It eats a bit of throat hit from the lime. Not much, but worked much better than trying to smooth it over with unnecessary shit.
Note: I also found out in development 2 drops of tpa smooth will TOTALLY eat a great cookie texture and flavor for breakfast. Great for throat hit reduction and actually left the lime layer in tact as well as white chocolate.
To boost it I ended up with fa if you want it unsweetened or Sweet Betsy if you have it works for a sweeter version and imo gives it a better cookie flavor. Cap crunchy frosted cookie is just a lie. Jf kept turning it into a damn pie (which is good as hell, but not my goal). I already know what inw and jf biscuits do (see: tart). Those damn lactone filled bastards with great texture, fuck off πŸ˜‚.

White chocolate: You need flv white chocolate if you want to be serious about white chocolate. Great flavor. Only thing it misses is that it can be a little chalky if I'm nit picking, which I am. Really that's all I needed to "fix" with it. I ended up having to keep bumping this up, which is how I arrived where I did. In most applications I feel you can get by with about half as much, but don't be afraid to push it if needed.
VT love adds to the richness and almost firms up the white chocolate body in the same way I feel MB glamour chocolate would work if your regular chocolate recipe was too syrupy. Why fix what's not broken though? Flv at that % should be plenty thick right? Yeah. But I wasn't done fkng with it yet:

Cream:
Ever since getting it I've been enamored with WF white chocolate (milky cream). It's interesting. It's a nice cream flavor that's for sure. Solo white chocolate? Ehhhh that's pushing it, but I've also never tried pushing it to breaking point. After I mixed it with another white chocolate though I see why they named it the way they did instead of just milky cream. This adds another layer, the creamy finish. Pushing it much higher in this recipe started to make other things fall apart, and low enough to just cover the chalkiness of the flv white chocolate works BUT there's also this middle ground. I also just plain love a good cream finish in my vape.

Sweetener: Totally optional but it's pretty sweet with the white chocolate and sugar cookie. I like it with the sweet Betsy cookie being used as a sweetener with purpose (see subs below) but a little ss or fw sweetener works as well.

There are 2 subs that will work in the recipe:
fe lemon and VT sour lemon, at the roughly the same % achieve the same goal. In development my partner in crime at the time preferred it with the fe, while I liked it with the VT, if subbing with VT punch it to 0.5%
FM sweet Betsy cookie at same % as the fa cookie gives a great vape, but if you don't like sweetener then you won't like it. If you do make this sub and you're sensitive to lactones becoming coconut-y I suggest not using the sweet Betsy cookie above 1.5%. if you need it commercial sweeter than that add some sucralose. Even with the muting that the sugar cookie is doing that flavor at 1.7% made it stick out to me.

I've worked on this on and off for over a year vaping a version the whole time either personally or someone very close. and there's still 2 versions. It's fucking done..

Thanks for reading and enjoy! Happy mixing πŸ˜ŽπŸ’¨πŸ’¨

Lemon meringue ice cream with a small dusting of shortbread cookie crumbs. Inspired by a supermarket new range and the fact that I'm not a massive fan of bakery recipes. The creamy sourness from the creamy Greek yoghurt gives the lemon a push to the forefront whilst adding creaminess to the ice cream.

Thrown together on Fresh03's "Mixing For Mike" show on 6/12. Addy Tuney's donation to the GoFundMe for VapinTrucker's family earned him the right to command me to create a "Blueberry Jam Butter Biscuit." He clarified that it could be either an American or European biscuit, so I went with the shortbready type cookie interpretation of the word biscuit rather than going all Pillsbury doughboy with it.

This is not bad for at all for a first draft, but I'm going to give it the steep and tweak treatment and come back with an improved version later.

When Tuney said blueberry jam, I immediately knew I wanted to use VT Bilberry Ripe. Easily the best blueberry jam I've tried, much better blueberry jam than VT's own Blueberry Jam, which is absurd. The WF Blueberry Jam might prove to be unnecessary and disappear from the finished version, but I just really liked the way it worked in Rin's Blueberry Cheesecake and wanted to use it. FE Lemon is there because until someone makes a blueberry flavor that pops on its own like blueberry + lemon, you're going to see me adding a little lemon anytime the subject of blueberry comes up. It might be unnecessary here as well, but it's reflex at this point.

Mr. Tuney said butter and WF Cookie Butter was the first thing that came to mind. It's so good. If it turns out that it just makes a more buttery cookie after steeping, rather than giving me a layer of butter under the blueberry, I might have to try something else.

CAP Sugar Cookie is the go-to cookie that I knew would work with the blueberry. I used some WF Shortbread Cookie to crisp it up and make it more shortbread-tasting versus a big soft sugar cookie. Hopefully keeping it fairly low keeps it from being too burnt after a steep, but if the biscuit comes out overcooked, I might have to replace it with something more basic like JF Biscuit.

SSA Ice Cream Vanilla is mostly for a buttery mouthfeel finish, but also because there's never enough vanilla in any biscuit/cookie flavor. Hopefully I haven't overdone it, but if it grows over time, I might have to use less of it in the final version.

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I challenged the Developed crew against their Sadboy remix. I believe this recipe is superior, as am I.

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We wanted to revisit a very popular recipe from 2016, PEBBLES by NotCharlesManson ( https://alltheflavors.com/recipes/1127 ), and try to update the recipe with newer flavorings and try to consolidate the recipe just a bit. We discovered that trying to consolidate it to say 5 or 6 flavorings was virtually impossible without using one of the fruity flakes flavorings which in our opinion are not very good. We did cut the recipe down by a few flavorings but the most important thing was that it turned out delicious. The cereal base is comprised of CAP Cereal 27 and CAP Sugar Cookie and it gives a nice cereal essence to the mix. The milk is a combination of FA Milk and TPA Meringue. The fruity part is built by using FE Lemon as the main note, FA Royal Orange Juice to round out the FE Lemon, and a touch of FA Marzipan as a very slight cherry note. All three of these notes are said to be in Pebbles and these 3 flavorings seem to do the job. We added a touch of FLV Sweetness to sweeten the milk. We think we accomplished what we set out to do with this remix of Manson's Pebbles, but we'll let you be the judge. See the full Episode and flavor notes at https://youtu.be/gWpcSHchEpM .

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