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My take on this ever popular recipe profile. I think it's fairly good off the shake but will see how it goes over the coming days.
*Update, brilliant after 2-3 days! I have tested this on Pod Mod, Sub-Ohn Tank & RDA and its great!
Full description & Mixed Live Here: https://youtu.be/817APHhsF_E
This has been a fun mix to create!
I hope you enjoy mixing this as much as I have enjoyed this creative process. Let me know what you thought in the comments below.
Simply mix and enjoy off the shake but allow 3 days for best results!
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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Spot on rainbow Sherbet I used VT lemon meringue tart for my lemon it lacks the Graham cracker note basically a lemon cream.. capella sweet tangerine has the artificial orange almost like tang lime Tahiti works it's magic and my goto raspberry Flavorart the whole recipe is melted together with Liquid barn vanilla icecream and Fa marshmallow. I added just a touch of Flavorah sour apple for tartness....stat safe everyone 😎 btw
the original ejuice is a 60/40 blend .
Creamy Lime Custard with Graham Cookie Crust and Fluffy Whipped Topping just like Grandma used to make.
(the custard) A rich combination of TFA’s Vanilla Custard 2 and INW Yes, We Cheesecake with FW Cookie Butter to boost those dark cookie notes.
(the lime) I went with VT Persian Lime, it tastes like just the juice of the lime, you don’t get much bitterness or many sour notes from it so it’s perfect for adding the lime note to the custard without overpowering the delicate creaminess or smooth buttery texture. I backed it with FA Lime Tahity - Distilled for a little zest.
(the whip) TFA Whipped Cream adds a decent amount of body to the vape and a nice fluffy texture that shows up just at the finish.
I saw this recipe for the famous blue milk in Starwars thats served at Disney galaxy's edge park in Oga's cantina . I found this recipe online and my thoughts are making some new flavor profiles on just the drinks that they serve 😎🛸 may the force be with you ✌ the blue or green colors are food dye they add to the drinks and is non dairy they use rice milk.
Refreshing, zesty and slightly bitter classic cocktail.
The base is the obvious choice VT Botanical Gin + VT Tonic Water and works seamlessly. Needed citrus is given by FA Lime Tahity Cold Pressed and FE Lemon, VT Bergamot adds to the aroma. INW Cactus does its thing giving freshness, but lies hidden in the mix. VT Fizzy Sherbet smoothes it all out, and gives an extra zesty touch. Can add CAP Cucumber, to smooth it out 2-3% but it is great as is. Helps clean cotton like a champ, specially after tobaccos!
INW Coolada (or WS 23) to taste. Cheers!
A thick, rich, sweet, smooth, full bodied mouthfull of lemon meringue cheesecake perfection without the crust, because why have anything but the best part of the cheesecake in the recipe.
To be honest I'm not even sure how or why I chose the ingredients I did for this. I sat in front of my mixing station one day, looked at my flavors and figured these would make what I wanted and they did, and spot on at that. The only tweaks I made were with the %s on the CAP Lemon Meringue Pie by upping it slightly from the original amount and the same goes for the CAP NY Cheesecake. And to make a note on the V2 selection. There is no shortness of body in this recipe, nor are there any strange off notes due to the use of the V2s. To be completely honest these two V2 purchases were made when I first started mixing and never used until now or anywhere else in my mixing. They did the trick perfectly here though without a doubt.
I hope you guys enjoy this one!
This is a lemon forward citrus mix, with green tea accents provided by the Cucumber, Zen Garden, Black Pepper, and Cardamom flavors. 4 drops of FA Bitter Wizard per 30ml is essential (that’s less than 0.1%, but 0.1% is the smallest amount you can list here). I use Bitter Wizard in every recipe I mix, unless it’s meant to be very sweet. Bitter Wizard neutralizes the sweetness of the VG and uncovers the subtleties of the flavors. This is the first mix that’s entirely my own invention, and I’m very pleased with it. It tastes good without steeping, but the herb and spice flavors don’t show up until a week or two after you mix, so I recommend steeping it. Adding a little coconut makes for a good variation.
This is a spot on Moito - for me it s just the perfect mix of sweetness, lime and mint
This was mixed for the PRIDE fundraiser, for the Ali Forney center for LBGTQ homeless youth on Fresh03 channel https://youtu.be/5Xa1eZqfwK8
The base for this mix is lemon lime soda - the lemon helps to boost the lime in the mix and add a bit of sweet tartness
The combination of person lime which has some intrinsic sweetness and body added to the bight slightly tart lime Tahity creates a really nice full real lime
I wanted a sweet mint and the combination of INW mint and spearmint provides a realistic sweet mint
VT light rum is the only rum I would use in this mix, I did not want to add coconut rum or a spiced rum I wanted the lime and mint to stand up and the rum to come out on the finish
Raw sugar works really well as the base sweetness ( NOTE: I added .05% cap sweetener to help lift the lime in this mix)