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(FA) Blackcurrant


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Used in 1320 recipes at an average of 1.294%.

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A simple sweet summertime beverage. I'll probably add booze flavors next, but for now it's ok.

Respect (Illusion's Taste of Gods Remix)
In Memory of Aretha Franklin

A coconut, pineapple and blackcurrant mix

I've been working on this remix for quiet some time.
It was hard to nail the pineapple in this recipe because the coconut was overpowering the pineapple.
Allthough the pineapple is very subtil in the original it was very hard to get the right one in.
After I made the Papio Remix I had to revisit my Taste of Gods remix to check how the Double Apple and Sweet Guava would work in here.
Gotta say it was a pleasant surprise.

1.3% FLV Sweet Coconut and 0.1% FLV Coconut is the perfect combo to get the coconut taste from the original juice. However for me personally I lower the Sweet Coconut to 1% because it suits me better. If you want to get as close as possible with the original juice you should stick to 1.3%
4% FW Blackberry, 0.5% FA Blackcurrant and 1% FLV Boysenberry gives a perfect and sweet blackcurrant taste.
6% CAP Golden Pineapple, 0.5% CAP Double Apple and 1% CAP Sweet guava will give you that subtil Pineapple taste that holds up against the coconut.
Don't be affraid to use CAP Golden Pineapple that high because that's what it takes to even get a subtil pineapple flavor in it.
0.5% Super Sweet is optional.

You can vape it S&V but after a few days the pineapple and blackberry come through a little better

I'm mixing for a few years now. Most of my mixes are based on premium juice profiles.
My recipes are remixes and not clones. In my attempts to remix these juices I'm always trying to make
it as good as, or even better than the commercial juice without the loads of sweetener these companies throw in.

Give it a try and enjoy ....................................

Imagine if you mixed Brandy, Triple Sec, Blackcurrant syrup and then threw in a splash of Bourbon for good measure. This is what it would taste like. Take a walk on the darker side of life and give this a try. This gives you a delicious stiff drink without that pesky hangover the next day.

I used the Bergamot and Blood Orange to create a Triple Sec profile. It may not be exact but it was the ratio that I was happy with. If you do not like the taste of orange zest you may want to notch the Bergamot back a bit. The Dulce De Leche adds depth and sweetness to the fruits as well as mouth feel which is also why I added a splash of Sweet Cream. IMO a good hard liquor coats your mouth and lingers on the tongue. I am trying to recreate that texture. The Oak Wood is simply to add that "top shelf" cask aged taste to the Bourbon. If you do not have the Oak Wood you could get by without it but it really does pair well with the other flavors that I have used here. This tastes best after 24 hours and its optimal window is 1-2 weeks. After that the warm boozy notes tend to fade and the creamy caramels start to take over too much. So if you want to let it steep try cutting the Sweet Cream and Dulce De Leche in half.

This does not really need extra sweetener but I did try it with some Sugar Daddy Vanilla at 0.4% and it worked nicely. The photo was found on Google images.

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Saw something about a Mango Blackcurrant chutney somewhere, and figured just those 2 fruits would be good together. I know it exists, but I wanted to put a little spin on it. I decided to go with a more natural coconut, not sweeter/creamier coconut to offset how sweet blackcurrant and mango are. This is a simple and low % flavor that tastes great.

I was working with another mixer, leptest, on a raspberry/currant profile. He went another direction. This is what I ended up with.

FA Blackcurrant is dominant here, turning the raspberries darker and highlighting the show. It sits on top here very well.

INW Raspberry/TFA Raspberry Sweet gives us a pretty potent Raspberry with a little bit of sweetness (EM) to tone down the floral notes a bit. If you're sensitive to INW Raspberry you can dial it down to 1-1.5% if you want. I can vape it straight all day long at 2%. Some people can't.

INW Shisha Strawberry brings more berry sweetness to the base and keeps the mix interesting, giving it that certain something.

FA Pear is here for juiciness and to lighten things up. I find that it keeps a leash on the syrupy side of Shisha Strawberry.

FE Lemon here in a tiny amount helps to lift and brighten the berries just a smidge.

I like this without sweetener and/or coolant. This mix is really great with a little koolada or WS-23 though.

Everything combines nicely to give a fruity, refreshing vape. Hope you enjoy it. WS-23 used was at 30%

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Keep the Milky Undertone or not. This is some good stuff! Super simple and oh, so delicious!

This is a remix of Vaper's Knoll - Lunar Harvest - https://www.vapersknoll.com/products/lunar-harvest - submitted by Avon Barksdale. If you would like to submit a clone request, please visit this link https://www.facebook.com/notes/freedom-to-mix/suggest-remixesclones/461914887596726/ and I will do my best to create a remix.

Vaper's Knoll describes this as a blue rock candy with berries and cotton candy and that's a very good description of the profile. It's a pretty straight forward recipe, but when vaping the original, I was picking up on a hint of creaminess. So I added CAP Creamy Yogurt at 1.5%. This seems to "break-up" the fruits a bit and adds a deeper dimension to the recipe. It's defiantly not a yogurt profile, and adding it doesn't turn it into a yogurt profile. It just adds depth to the over-all recipe.

Thanks to Avon Barksdale for sending this remix suggestion. If you like candy vapes, I'm sure this will be one you will like. This can be a shake and vape, but just a couple days and it's better.

Any comments, reviews, good or bad is welcomed. It makes us all better mixers. :)
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Something quick, simple and fruity. Not that complex but still tasty.

Inspired by oriental canned drinks with jelly pieces.

Sweet Lychee and Jelly Candy are the base here and both compliment each other quite well. Although the percentages might seem high, the Jelly helps tone down the floral notes from the lychee.

Blackcurrant and dragonfruit are added to round out the body and mouth feel.

I pretty much took Alan's Orange, changed the percentages around a little, and made it raspberry/blackcurrant.

At first it wasn't that great but after a couple drops of super sweet (1 drop per 30ml) and about a week to settle it turned out super nice.
as an aside, TFA Marshmallow does not fit in this recipe at all. or in Alan's Orange for that matter.

Dark, sweet, juicy berries with a little bit of bite.

raspberry/blackcurrant - What's there to say? INW Raspberry is strong and pungent. FA Blackcurrant is slightly floral and sweet. the two come together and play off each other very well. You'll see what I mean.

The rest - Pear adds a bit of juice, dragon fruit melts it all together, strawberry exists for some reason. Pink champagne gives it a slight, nearly unnoticeable bite.

It's a bit dry so INW Cactus might do some good here at .5-.75% but i'm pretty content with where it is.

no picture because i'm lazy.

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