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This was inspired from the basic basket flavors for the New mixers Competition from Diy or Die.... i did some looking around for a bakery pastry recipe that incorporated those flavors and came across this, and it actually worked well...i was looking for that apple Strawberry melody accompanied with a cinnamon and pastery warm note.... along with the sweet
Req @ least 2 to 3 day steep
This is a deliciously juicy topical apple mix. The Mix of 3:1 Anton to Fuji apple creates a bright, crisp apple to be paired with tart pink guava and lime. The Candy Roll and Anton Apple does a good job of taking the harsh bite out of the Pink Guava, allowing it to have such a high mixing percentage.
As a shake n vape, the Pink Guava isn't overpowering, but is most prevalent. In 2-3 days, the apple will level out with the pink guava.
So I decided to give this update it's own post because this version is definitely far superior to V1.
This recipe started as a one-off to Drunken Pears, but as time has progressed and the recipe has evolved, it definitely has taken a spot as being a unique and interesting profile. Expect heavy cream notes on the exhale, and an explosion of apple, pear, caramelized sugar, and sweet cream flavours on the exhale and aftertaste. Pairs beautifully with bourbons, stouts, and whiskey cokes.
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Spent months experimenting to find the perfect compliment to Harvest Berry. It's one of my favorite flavors and this is what I'm sticking with. Fresh berries drenched in rich sweet ice cream with a light coating of powdered sugar. Feel free to use TFA Strawberry Ripe, I just can't taste it. % May need to be higher, based only on what I've read. It's fine without sweetener but I find just a tad balances the cream/fruit sweetnesses that I coudln't get by increasing my fruit %s. Pretty good shake and vape, but the harvest berry is too dominant until about 2-3 days in, and all is right with the world.
So this is the first stop on trying to clone one of my favorite juices. Its not quite 100% there yet, but it's definitely close and a very good vape. I love that it straddles the line of being a bakery, but also a crisp refreshing flavor. Works well as a shake and vape, but the Apple really comes out in 3-5 days. The lemon-lime and lime tahiti pair nicely to compliment the fuji and create a very nice top note that's extremely bright and refreshing. Normally I use sugar cookie at a higher percentage because, well.......it's sugar cookie. One of the best and most versatile flavors around. It's here just to boost inherent sweetness and add a bit of graininess. The graham cracker and sugar cookie the base of the crumb note and is boosted by the liquid amber. I'm almost positive that amber isn't in the original, but it works so well getting the profile where it needs to be. Lastly a dash of meringue is used to round out the harsh edges and work as a bridge. Hope you enjoy!
Steep Time: 5-7 days, but can work as a shake&vape if you're in a pinch.
This is the beginning of one of the many attempts at using Watermelon Crack ingredients somewhere else so I can use them for something. I enjoyed watermelon crack but my time with it is over and I'm left with some pretty niche flavors to try to use up.
SO, this is a shake and vape recipe. Tastes pretty good with the cactus being very prominent. After a few days steep the cactus calms down and everything kind of meshes together.
If you don't have INW Anton Apple, bump FA Fuji to 3%.
Taken from HocusKrokus recipe posted on DIYejuice.
Moral of this story: don't be afraid to create recipes after enjoying some adult beverages. Ever imagine what would happen if FA Fuji and FA Black Currant made sweet love and reproduced? Now well you have. This is a beautiful love child, indeed. Strong in character, this is quite tart and tasty as a shake and vape and gets sweeter as it matures. After 4 days, it maintains a crisp (yet juicy) texture. Past that point, who knows? Let me know if it lasts that long. Replace INW Pineapple with 0.5% TFA Pineapple if you must.
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.