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Very solid clone of Dinner Lady's Apple Pie. Lacking the cinnamon note in DL but I prefer it this way.
Still very much a work in progress, but let me know your thoughts.
I'm thinking of changing Sugar Cookie to CAP CDS for the cinnamon note, to make it more authentic.
Best after a nice long steep. Throw it in a drawer and forget about it.
With blue dot Convicted Melons in mind.
Apples, strawberries, honeydew.
Cotton candy to reduce harshness that TFA Honeydew tends to have.
rainbow candy for that weird candy shell-like taste/feeling.
Lemon for blending and emulsifying - you won't taste it.
Cantaloupe is strong, so it's used here at 0.50 to buff the honeydew a little bit without overtaking the recipe. It could stand to be lowered down to .25%. Up to you.
I added 3 drops of CAP Supersweet to a 30ml mix and it wasn't all that great. If you decide to add any consider adding 1-2 drops or just leave it as-is without CAP SS. It should be sweet enough on it's own without it.
Water Malone from Liquid Barn's Tastemaker Collection. Mixed at the recommended 10%, I liked this quite a bit. I’d heard it was a super authentic juicy yet pulpy watermelon and I had to see for myself. It is that, it tastes like a bold yet realistic sweet fleshy watermelon - but doused with a bit of apple juice. There’s some apple flavor in there and I’m definitely picking that up, both overnight and after steeping for two weeks. It’s like biting into a huge hunk of watermelon... that someone had spilled a little apple juice on. So, natural watermelon with a slight apple off-note. Spilling apple juice on your watermelon is a bit of an odd thing to do, but as off-notes in watermelon flavors go, apple is not a bad one to to have! This solves a lot of the problems many other watermelon flavors have in that it’s realistic not candy and has body but isn’t dry. Very much like biting right into a crispy fresh cut slice of watermelon, except for that little apple taste. It’s refreshing and light like actual watermelon, but with a full fruity mouthfeel and serious depth to it and a lingering sweet watermelon finish. Awesome stuff. I was more interested in how this might work as an ingredient than in having a watermelon one-shot, though. So, I made a fun little recipe with it. What are you going to do with a watermelon that has a hint of apple? Make a Strap-On of course. Wound up dropping it down to 6% to make some room for other flavors while still retaining all of its qualities.
FA Red Touch At first I tried to be fancy and use FA Pazzo Jack - imagine, a recipe made from not one, but two things intended to be one-shots. That was abandoned as soon as the first batch turned out just a bit soapy. I went right back to the tried and true FA Strawberry from the original Strap-On. 3% didn't stand up as well to all that watermelon and apple but 4% does put the Str in Strap-On.
FA Fuji Tried enhancing Water Malone's apple off-note with CAP Double Apple at first but didn't care for the result. It was too much and rather than mess around with concentration levels of that, we're again back to the OG Strap-On's apple.
That's a very funny photoshop, but how does it taste?
It tastes like a well-balanced Strawberry-Apple-Watermelon fruit punch. Like something that you'd expect to find in a Capri Sun pouch. Delicious, sweet, juicy, refreshing. I don't recommend actually shake and vaping it because you might get some harshness from the Fuji, but it needs only an overnight steep to settle down and settle in.
Thanks, D. Keff for the photoshop work.
With summer right around the corner I decided to break out of my comfort zone and hit up a fruity and refreshing green tea! It is a green tea with forward apple and strawberry notes. The hibiscus comes and plays a little, and the lemon grass and rose are subtle notes that linger with the taste of the green tea at the end of the exhale. This is a shake and vape for sure, doesn’t need to sit long at all, maybe a day if you want. It’s fairly sweet as is, but if you are one that likes it a little sweeter, I suggest Super Sweet to your liking as it makes the fruit pop a little better than regular sucralose. You can also add a coolant of your choice. There are so many out there, I used FLV Ice and WS-23 just to try them out and test them. I do not recommend a mint as a coolant as many of them will turn this into a bubble gum type thing, at least to me.
This is a delicious Pear/Kiwi forward fruit mix with a touch of honey! I hope you like it.
Sweet and creamy brie (picked from Sasquatch's toes), served with sliced fig, and topped with fresh honey and cracked black pepper.
Created for April 2018 Mixer's Club. This month's theme is "April Fools":
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.