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It took me 14 years to create this recipe
It all started in my backyard in the late 2000s, i was wearing a red shirt and spilled my strawberry milk on it. This sprouted the idea of....jk
i was 134minutes into a edible. Thought of this. Mixed it. TASTY. FE Lemon is not needed
Add sweetness to your preference. I used 7 drops of stevia or cap ss. Hope you enjoy
A tropical and delicious cocktail worthy of a Key West sunset. I created this recipe a few years back while vacationing in the Keys. I wanted to create a well-rounded sweet strawberry cocktail with hints of citrus. I started with my base. FW Pink Champagne is an amazing effervescent flavor. It definitely has that "bubbly fizz" to it and it works great with fruits. I paired TPA Strawberry (Ripe) with CAP Sweet Strawberry. INW Cactus definitely brings out the flavor and juiciness of the strawberry and gives it plenty of body. FA Aurora adds a citrus element to the recipe. FLV Rose Essence is a subtle earthly flavor. I used it to give the recipe a floral aspect. I love using TPA Ethyl Maltol in all my fruit-based recipes. It adds a bit of sweetness to the fruit and it gives the recipe an authentic sweet taste.
I've tried this on a Shake N Vape and it comes out quite good. I prefer to give it a couple days to let all the fruits settle in.
You can add your favorite sweetener to the recipe if you choose to do so.
Please enjoy and share your feedback.
Mixers club: March 2020. The ice cream man @eyemakepizza is about to be a father. To toast this, I've mixed a green "milk".
It's a monster alright? Neither a blue or a pink recipe. The pun wrote itself (okay, that's a lie. @nowar wrote it), and the cream base is ripped right out of DAAPled pears.
TFA honeydew is delightful if a bit pervasive, it's almost hard to keep this fruit down to a manageable level to let anything else shine through.
TFA key lime is basically candy lime, green jello type flavor. Distinctly green but different enough that it sweetens the mix and stands outside of the shadow of the honeydew.
FA Aurora is sharp, like lime zest sharp. In this instance something that can really make itself known and fight that bully honeydew to a stalemate was necessary. It was important for the sake of contrast to find something that would stand side by side with the honeydew without clashing.
Special shout out to @rainbowdragon for helping with the art(okay, that's selling her efforts short, she did all the work) in this month's series of MC recipes
Juicy. Tart. Floral. Mystical.
These were the words floating in my mind soup as I crafted this delectable masterpiece.
FA Aurora - This one here imparts a sharp, sweet, fresh-squeezed lime note near the top. It's very versatile and should be in everyone's stash.
INW Dragonfruit - Pitaya - The real dragonfruit flavor. This and JF Honeydew Melon form the unspecific desert-fruit base.
INW Cactus - Here is your juicy, sour, tart enhancer.
CAP Hibiscus - Here to provide humidity, sweetness, and the distinct floral tone you'd expect from a peyote.
JF Honeydew Melon - The king of honeydews and just incredibly complex and amazing on its own.
FA Lavender - To activate your throat chakra and speak your inner truth.
This has almost entirely replaced Grack Juice as my primary addiction. I hope you enjoy and I'd love to hear your reviews.
on the inhale a sweet buttery vanilla cake cookie that transitions to a sweet slightly tart orange
Tested on a Relaod RDA at 65 watts with a alien col
Sa madaline is a lovely and could probably go a bit higher is you want more of a cake note, but the the angel cake fills it out and adds light vanilla note
Aura will add a nice citrus zest note that works in this mix
Orange marmalade and golden syrup combine to had a honey orange note on the back end
I think this is a pretty straight forward profile. The Aurora and Fizzy Sherbet base give you that limeade start. Once I added the strawberry trinity I realized it would over power that lime so I added the Florida Key Lime and Tahity cold pressed to even it out. I get this earthy spice from the Tahity that I love, but I also felt the sweeter florida key lime would help minimize it in the mix. Overall I'm really enjoying this mix after a full day steep. On SNV its super floral and you can't really taste the strawberry. On day 2 the strawberry really pops. I think FA Kiwi could work really well in here so there may be a V2 coming.
Inspired by Lilt. I came up with this last autumn, when I wanted summer back in my life, but it’s taken a fair few iterations to get it balanced.
The Aurora is here to add a little carbonated zing to the profile. You could alternatively sub in FW Pink Champagne around 1% for a similar effect, but I like the brightness that Aurora brings here.
Everything else should be self-explanatory. The pineapples offer the main base, playing off the tart grapefruit from Inawera.
It’s good off the shake, but I recommend giving it 4 days for everything to settle together.