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I tried a wonderful soda when out at a trendy restaurant recently called Burgandee Creaming Soda by the Aussie based Bundaberg Brewing Co. This beverage got me me very excited. The depth of flavor was delicious AF!
Right away I was inspired to try and bring this to life in a vape.
While it appears by the label this beverage is meant to be based on red grapes there is very little grape flavor in this (if any). As described on their website it is described as a "Crafted to an authentic recipe, this red berry brew is one of a kind". I have to agree with that. This is a lovely blend of deep berries in a vanilla like enriched soda base that would satisfy even the most discerning of palettes.
This had me excited to get mixing!
I am familiar with the soda base required here using VT Creaming Soda (with that lovely vanilla), with the VT Fizzy sherbet working well together. However the slight lemony note on the back if the Fizzy sherbet was a concern but rather it really assisted the blend of the berries and compliments this profile beautifully.
I went to work to create a lovely Berry Syrup to add to the base and the blending of FLV Boysenberry, FLV Jammy Berry, & FA Blackcurrant is the right mix here to provide that lovely deep deliciousness.
However to add a little more depth of vanilla through the middle a few drops of FLV Smooth Vanilla were used with delicate finesse.
A little VT Golden Syrup & a little Cap Super sweet offers a lovely rich dark sweetness here in this profile.
After just 3 days steep, this is just as delicious as the wonderful experience I enjoyed with the excellent beverage I was inspired by.
Off the shake it was wonderful but the berry blend gets way better after the short steep.
I enjoy this at 65W on a Single 0.2ohm SST coil on a Recurve RDA.
I hope you enjoy this just as much as I enjoyed creating this recipe, but let me know what you thought in the comments below.
Seriously if you like a solid recipe that works give it a go!
Cheers for reading this far, now go and get mixing!
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Somebody asked me for a strawberry & cream vape for a pod/MTL set-up and we were doing simple requests today on SaturDIY'ing with fresh03 and Friends!
This should work in a pod/MTL set-up at 50VG/50PG, but you can easily vape it in a sub-ohm tank or RTA/RDA at 70VG/30PG
Enjoy, be queer and vape on!
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Here's my stab at your classic skittles.
Purple - I used a combo of Grape and Black Currant here as in my research I found that both flavors are listed for purple. Together they taste very purple.
Red - Candy strawberry here that's why I left off the Shisha, don't need that realistic part in this candy recipe.
Green - Shisha lime combined with Cap SS is pretty aromatic and candied lime
Orange - Shisha Orange, see green
Yellow - Went with the pure lemon here mixed with the candy portions its pretty solid in here
Candy - WF Pixie Stick Candy + Cap Rainbow candy give you a nice sweet candy taste. It really helps turn these fruits into candy
Softening - the TFA Marshmallow helps to soften some of the sharp edges of the fruit. If you like it let me know.
Profile: Black licorice and dark berry candy - flavor of my childhood.
Was a bit up and down with this one to get the licorice balanced correctly. Goal was to get some anise and some salmiak but not too much of either.
First version contained 2.5% FA Black Touch and 1% CAP Licorice - Too much anise and too little (none really) salmiak.
So I took FA Black Touch down .5% and added that .5% to the CAP Licorice - great success!
Next up was to balance the berries.
First version I used 1% FLV boysenberry, 0.5% FA Blackcurrant and 2% WF Sour Blue Raspberry Candy.
The Sour Blue Raspberry Candy added some good taste, but sadly brought along some perfume as well, which I didn't care much for.
After talking it over with @nowar - who suggested CAP Jelly Candy (lots and lots of credit to him for that), Sour Blue Raspberry Candy was scrapped in favor.
Second version - now with @nowar onboard, we felt the berries lacked a little, so we added another .25% to the FLV Boysenberry and struck gold!
Powdered sugar is mainly there to help the FLV Boysenberry with the taste of candy.
CAP Super Sweet does not need an explanation why its there.
To me this taste just like my childhood, where to @nowar this taste like adulthood - thought that was a funny little quote to have in.
Where I come from, a mixture of black licorice and berries is not unheard of - in fact, it's very common and kids do enjoy that flavor a lot.
Please do enjoy!
This dessert is layered with a milk pudding and blackcurrant jelly pastilles and a touch of wizardry. FA King and FA Custard Premium are two of my favorite flavors so I hoped they would work together. I made this on a whim after watching thefogvlog Blackcurrant Showdown and it was good after a shake and Fa- King good to go the next day.
I used an RDA 0.3 Ohms, 55-60 Watts.
Profile: Hops with a berry fusion and a little sweet prickly touch
We wanted to make a flavor with Yakima Hops and some berries.
After much dicking around trying to figure out what we all got in common, it took us on a wild ride through flavors that would maybe or maybe not fit with Yakima Hops.
I don't really wanna go though all the suggestions we had, but we had quite a few.
No sweetener is needed for this mix, but if this isn't sweet enough for you, may we suggest FW Sweetener.
Add your choice of coolant if you like.