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TFA RY4 Double is an excellent tobacco with notes of vanilla and caramelized sugar. It's dark and robust.
I've added FA Marshmallow here to give the recipe some excellent mouth feel and round out the edges of the profile. It adds a little bit of sweetness and some slight stickiness.
I used FA Arctic Winter here to add the menthol flavor.
Sweeten to taste.
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In this mix, the Raspberry is the main note, in which all other profiles work on top of. I utilized FA Raspberry and TFA Raspberry Sweet to produce a vivid raspberry flavor that isn't too natural and "watery". While it's not particularly deep, it's a great base for a popsicle flavor. Next, I layed in the lime, which is the second dominating accent note. VT Persian Lime + MB Green Lime produce a very tart and bright lime flavor that sits right next to the raspberry, rather than on top of it. Lastly, I filled out the finish with FW Blood Orange, and used Menthol to add a light mint note to the mix.
A clone of one of my favorite vendor juices from before my DIY days. From the long defunct Cloud Pusher Labs comes Lateralus. This was a very straightforward papaya, orange, menthol mix. I went with one of my preferred Orange combos here, FW Blood Orange and CAP Sweet Tangerine. There's not much I can explain in detail about this one, its a simple, yet refreshing mix.
There's an easter egg in the recipe, try and find it!
Saskatoon Berry frozen treat.
For the menthol lovers out there that get no recipe love from the community! It’s sweet, jammy and a little tart! It’s a deep red berry blend!! It’s Cold!! Enjoy on a hot summer day!!!
Optional to boost the menthol up to 3% lol 😂 yes 3% is where I like FA Menthol ❄️
You can also leave the menthol out and add 0.5% To 1% Sweetener of choice.
Arctic Winter, Lemon Lime and fizzy sherbet for the spritzer part
Honeydew is my green melon balls
Papaya Punch are my orange melon balls and adds body to the mix.
Dragon fruit is my imulsifyer for the drink and at the same time separates the fruit from the beverage.
It’s facinating how complex this simple drink came out.