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A reddit commenter mentioned (while we were talking about CAP Lemon Meringue Pie as a single flavor) that he'd added a couple of things and really made an OK flavor pop.
I left out the 1% TPA Pie Crust for the first time around, but he added it as well for that full Lemon Meringue Pie profile.
Credit to this redditor who gave me the idea:
My attempt at a strawberry, peach, lemonade! The goal was to make a delicious summertime vape during the warm weather. I like to mix 120ml of this at a time, and vape through the steep. It starts very strong on the strawberry and lemon when fresh. As I vape through the bottle, it becomes very peach forward. Overall, it feels very fresh the whole way through. I have been vaping this and tweaking this recipe since about April, and I think I am comfortable enough to share it for the first time!
Super Sweet is a necessary addition in this one. It really brightens this mix up. Without it, all of the notes are weak. The amount is up to you; I'd mix anywhere between 0.25% and 1%
EDIT 11/13/20: Removed Marshmallow from this mix entirely, it really doesn't add much to the overall profile.
This is something that my mother and grandmother used to make for special occasions - not only weddings but baby showers and birthdays too. There are a few variants of this recipe - the "leaded" one contains pink champagne instead of the traditional 7up. Some people make this with ginger ale, some add Hawaiian punch, and I have seen it with orange juice and pineapple juice. This reminds me of being a kid :-) Its a sweet juice, but it is meant to be. Enjoy a little blast from my past. PS - it really DOES need a week to steep.
A glorious,bright and fruitful vape experience that will be the envy of all those who haven't tried it.
The medley of fruits used here work with each other in a beautiful balancing act that layer very nicely with a silky smooth ice cream. A slight squeeze of lemon in the back that is barely noticeable helps the sun shine through this delicious vape.
The WF Buttercream Frosting paired with the LB Vanilla Ice Cream takes a so so melty like ice cream vape to a delicious sweet and balanced ice cream.
This would be one of the most unique yet wonderful eliquid recipes I have created to date.
I recommend giving this a week to steep for maximum results.
I believe everyone should have a chance to experience this.
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I mixed this at 70% VG
I enjoy this at 60W on a Single 0.2ohm SST coil on a Recurve RDA.
Seriously if you like a solid recipe that works give it a go!
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STEEP: Shake & Vape Certified (Best after Overnight Steep)
MIX: 60VG // 40PG
This recipe utilizes the Water Malone base, skipping the Dragonfruit, and infuses a great lemonade base from OOO Lemonade and FA Lemon Sicily.
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If you're looking to use the Water Malone one-shot, mix at recommended percentage (10%), and add the same lemon base at the same percentages, skip the sucralose, but add the touch of ice. =)
Used Nick's Ice Cream Trinity here as the base and added some fruits ontop.
Sicillian Lemon & Blackcurrant Ice Cream
Quite balanced mb blackcurrant isnt too strong at 5% and allows the lemon to stand out abit aswel as the ice cream
This recipe was created by me from a challenge I devised on Beginners DIY vape on Facebook.
Challenge was given to me by TOC. Flavor profile was given and recipe was basically my best guess based on the recipe.
Tastes quite delicious. Needs a week steep to really shine but overnight it still tastes dank.