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The inspiration for this one came from trying an Apple and Mango juice I’d picked up from a supermarket. It was the first time trying the Apple/Mango pairing and I can say for sure that it’s not the last time. They go so well together.
FA Fuji and FLV Mango were no-brainers for me. They are two of my favourite concentrates. Very authentic tasting! I used FA Pear to sweeten and juice up the mix a little more. It’s such a light flavour, that it doesn't take away from the goal profile, but supports it. Sweetener and coolant to taste, if desired.
It’s another simple 1-2-3 recipe and I hope you enjoy it.
Let's make one thing clear from the start: I love anise. I can vape that stuff all day. If you don't like anise, don't even think of mixing this up.
With that out of the way: I've tried many commercial anise apple juices. But they were all lacking that certain "something" or were loaded to the brim with sweeteners. So I've decided to make my own anise apple recipe. And let's just say, after testing many apple flavors I think I nailed it with this mix. So let's get started:
FA Anise: Just straight up the best anise flavoring on the market imo. Nothing more to say, i'ts mandatory for this mix and not replaceable.
FA Fuji: As many of you know, it's the of the best apples on the market. It fits perfectly here at 2% to be present in the mix.
INW Shisha Golden Apple: The secret weapon of the recipe. It's just an awesome apple and gives the recipe that little special something.
CAP Double Apple: This is used here as the apple base and is a great flavor all around.
I also like my juice cold, so I usually mix it up with 1% WS-3 or WS-23. I wouldn't dare to put any sweetener in here, because I think it's already sweet enough on it's own. If you decide to use some sweetener in here don't go overboard, 1 drop CAP SS per 10ml should be way enough.
If you love anise as much as me than this can easily be SNV. If not I would suggest a 5-7 Day steep to let the anise calm down a bit.
Happy vaping and all hail to king anise!
A little experiment that turned into one of my ADV's. It's weird, it's unusual, it's tasty af. Can be SNV but is best after a 3 day steep.
FA Papaya: The main star of the recipe. To me, it kinda tastes "pink" in a way and pairs very well with floral notes, that's why...
TPA Cherry Blossom: ...is in here, same as FA Rose. Those two in combination with the Papaya really give it that sort of "weirdness" that's making this so addicting for me. If you don't have FA Rose, you could get away without it, but there would be something missing.
FW Blueberry & TPA Boysenberry: These two combined in here bring the sweetness of the FA Papaya down a bit and add a bit more texture and juiciness. Especially the TPA Boysenberry brings out a certain sort of "bite".
FA Fuji: Tbh, it's in here because I'm addicted to it and sneak a little bit into most of my fruity mixes. Also fits surprisingly well in here.
TPA Koolada: I like my recipes to be very cold. Adjust the percentage to your liking.
This recipe exists because of Foment_life's spectacular pear trinity, as found in his recipe DAAPled Pears. The combination of FA Pear, TFA Pear, and FA Fuji is hands down the best, most realistic pear I've ever had in vape form. I'll repeat what I said in my review of DAAPled Pears: it is a smooth, sweet, crisp work of art.
I wanted to see what this pear trinity would do in a Placid-esque recipe (I assume everyone is aware of Adirondack's Placid . . .if not look it up). I combined the pear trinity with VT Persian Lime, WF Strawberry Gummy Candy, TFA Honeysuckle, and LA Cheesecake. I wanted a cream presence in this recipe and find LA Cheesecake to be a perfect neutral cream. It has a heavenly aroma and adds a full, creamy mouth-feel to this bright fruit/floral mix. It turns this into a creamy, sherbet-like version of Placid. I could also see this pear trinity working with VT Fizzy Sherbet and/or VT Yoghurt Drink.
Even if you don't mix this . . . please don't sleep on the beauty that Foment_life has created with DAAPled Pears.
Welcome,,, A Work in Progress
Just picked a few flavors and going to see what I can do. May Delete and/or Add. I know with apples,,, Pretty much any other fruit will go...
Cotton candy,,, not really a sweetener, just kinda acts like one. May add 0.5% super sweet to lift. decided to add super sweet,,, not so much for sweet, but for a smigh of citric.
Recipe made by Max Savage using the flavors from Beginner Mixer Week (Episode 2) on Developed.
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I've been making my own juice for about six months now and with all the great recipes out there and my own admitted laziness I just never spent all that much time making my own recipes for juices. Tried some 1-2-3 recipes and a lot of them were okay, but it always just made more sense to head on over to popular and make something that I knew would be good. My girlfriend however has been hounding me for a caramel apple vape juice for awhile now and I thought it would be nice to try and make something for her.
I've made enough of other people's recipes to have a pretty basic understanding of some flavors. I went off of that mostly and my own nose. I wanted the apples to have a little bit of a spice note and for that thought cinnamon apple danish would be a good choice. I started out with it at 2%, but the cinnamon was too prevalent and I wanted it as more of a background note so I dropped the percentage down a bit. At 1% it's noticeable, but doesn't overpower anything else in the mix.
Of all the apples, I prefer double apple. Just taste juicy and delicious and is more of a non discriminate apple flavoring. Fuji is my jam too, so I chose that just to add some extra crisp juiciness to the apple profile.
I'm not a huge fan of FA caramel, but I thought I could push it a bit and add some FLV cream to offset some of the offnotes of it while adding a dash of nice creaminess to it as well. I added Ry4 double to help with the caramel notes as well. I think it has more of a traditional caramel flavor and that, with the caramel and the cream are my nice caramel coating.
Off the shake I'm really surprised and happy with it. It fucking taste like a caramel apple. The cream does a good job of adding some depth and mouthfeel to the flavor which makes the experience more authentic. If you mix this up I hope you enjoy it. This is my first recipe and after this, I think I'll try and make some more. it's kinda fun.
Crisp and juicy with the perfect sweet-tart snap, a very realistic Fuji apple, (I swear I can taste the skin of the Apple, and the sweet perfect fruit underneath) natural sugar flavor you'd expect from an apple without tasting artificial.