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I wanted something citrus with a floral twist.
Cap blackberry gives us our base.
Fa blackberry adds that extra bit of floral.
Cap sweet lychee adds a nice tropical twist but still fitting in with overall floral flavour I was looking for.
Then to bring in the citrus I used fa aurora, which to me tastes like a limeade.
Super sweet is optional but does help boost the flavour a touch.
Ws23 can be added 0.5-1%.
Can be snv but give it a week an the floral n citrus notes will balance out perfectly.
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.
Based off a Bourbon Rickey... and well seeing as Concrete River's name is Rick and he put me onto Auroa which I love I thought I would use his name in this one.
Kentucky Bourbon = We all know and love for that boozy note
VT Bourbon = Has more complexity in flavour than the Kentucky so rounds out our bourbon heavy cocktail
FA Aurora = The real citrus bite that you need in a Booze and Lime cocktail plus it adds some "fizz"
Fizzy Sherbet = Helps boost that fizz of the soda water and general cocktail feel
FA Lime Tahity = Pushes it a bit more towards the "lime" rather than a generic citrus or lemon
The harshness seems to settle after a day but its pretty good off the shake