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Trying to emulate a Corona with Lime. The lemons, bitters, and hops create the base. The Tobacco adds the hay/wheat like flavor of the beer (trust me, it's not "tobacco" flavored) shout out to Max Savage for this suggestion. The Lime Wedge is the lime.
It is based on Hobbs DeVape´s SomeSortof Hobbs Unicorn Base recipe(https://e-liquid-recipes.com/recipe/3111769/SomeSortof%20Hobbs%20Unicorn%20ADV) and adapted to this profile.
At least 14 steep days recomended.
This recipe was described to me as dinner lady lemon tart on crack. Basically, it is the result of my love affair with cheesecakes and is now my all life vape. I tried 11 different variations of toppings from honey to lime and this is the best one by far. As far as subs if you dont have pur NYC use cap NYC...OoO VCC can be replaced with LA CCI...minimum 7 day steep but will be best after 2-3 weeks
A simple lemon-lime soda that's zesty and refreshing, gentle on the throat.
I find that FLV Citrus Soda and WF Lemon Lime Soda have an aspartame-like sweetness that's off-putting while CAP Lemon Lime is too astringent for my taste buds. I wanted to make a simple version that suited my own taste buds and hopefully yours too.
5% VT Lemonade Clear: a light lemon forward/ lime soda. The lime notes get too piney any higher than 5%. However, this needs help to get it where I want it:
2% VT Sour Lemon and 1.25% FE Lemon boost lemon notes and add tartness and volume.
1.5 % VT Fizzy Sherbet adds "effervescence" and light lemon/lime. When used over 1.5%, I find its lime notes get way too bitter and intrusive.
0.25% Super Sweet rounds out sweetness.
WS-30 for cooling effect and to enhance fizz effect.
Needs at least 1 day minimum steep. Don't make big batches as this mix will lose vibrancy after 1 week, although still vapeable.
0.30% VT Ginger Root for a hint of fresh ginger.
Lemon Cream Puff Can it get better than this?
The Health Cabin Egg roll provides the perfect texture for this Cream Puff. The Lemon Note is delicious. This is fluffy and airy, with a nice crisp edge. Beautifully sweetened with One on One Powdered Sugar.
This is a recipe I did back in May last year, but when Wonder Flavors released the new Lemon Custard, an awesome mixer, and someone who I call a friend, suggested I try adding the new WF Lemon Custard. This person is The Leader of The Band, Luke Loop, @wadeyloops . He is an inspiration and someone we should all try to aspire be like. Everyone's friend, and finds the good in situations. Thank you Luke for all you do.
There are a lot of Lemon Meringue Pie recipes on here, this is just another take on it.
This one is string on the butteriness, and cream. Light on the sugary meringue.
FE Lemon is chosen because it will outlast the steep needed for the custard. It can be substituted with your favourite lemon, just push it a bit higher to last through the steep.
FA Custard Premium is much maligned, and may be hard to get in your territory - it can be substituted with CAP Vanilla Custard if you choose.
HS French Vanilla IceCream can be swapped out with LB Vanilla Ice Cream should you choose.
Let it steep for a while in order to get the custards and creams to bloom.
21 Days is a good while for this.
Just another lemon meringue pie?
7# version and I’ll keep updating.
I used to love dinner lady when buying commercial ejuices... With diy I Found that I prefer more creamy and cookye than fruity and sugary.
So if you’re opposite than me, just go back and choose another recipe.
So... In here...
Because of the sugar cookie, you have more of a fluffy crust than what a 0.75 FA cookie would do “crunchy-wise”. Feel free to choose that.
I almost left the responsibility of “lemon” in the hands of cap meringue pie as I’m not a great fan of strong fruit vapes, but had to give it a go to the pair lemon Sicily + FE Lemon, witch rounded the profile and was just enough to make sure it does taste like there’s any authentic lemon there.
Enough with this shit about process.
Hope you enjoy!
Lots of love and flavor <3
Refreshing, zesty and slightly bitter classic cocktail.
The base is the obvious choice VT Botanical Gin + VT Tonic Water and works seamlessly. Needed citrus is given by FA Lime Tahity Cold Pressed and FE Lemon, VT Bergamot adds to the aroma. INW Cactus does its thing giving freshness, but lies hidden in the mix. VT Fizzy Sherbet smoothes it all out, and gives an extra zesty touch. Can add CAP Cucumber, to smooth it out 2-3% but it is great as is. Helps clean cotton like a champ, specially after tobaccos!
INW Coolada (or WS 23) to taste. Cheers!