(FA) Passion (passionfruit)


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A refreshing passion fruit and lemonade cocktail.

Passion fruit and lemonade is a very popular drink in my neck of the woods, especially amongst the ladies...It's a refreshing all-year-round drink and goes from good to great with a generous splash of vodka! The traditional drink involves a double shot of passion fruit concentrate into a glass filled with ice and lemonade.

FA and FLV Passion fruit combined creates an authentic, sweet, tart and exotic passion fruit flavour second to none and is the main protagonist in this fantastic medley.

LA Lemonade is the main lemonade profile and is boosted by VT Fizzy Sherbet to create the slight fizziness which characterises a true lemonade. VT Fizzy Sherbet can be subbed with FW Rainbow Sherbet but it does not do as good a job as the Fizzy Sherbet.

Let the passion fruit settle for a day or so and enjoy!!

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A bright pink Hawaiian POG for Pride 2018 that packs all the tropical flavor of guava and passion fruit but with the tang of a strong orange and the tart it was missing, brought by grapefruit.

The Hawaiian POG remix from @ENYAWREKLAW has been my ADV for many months now even though I've always missed a little tang from it. I then mixed @Dmilin recipe over on ELR. Both recipes were inspired by @Gwandrei Hawaiian POG Remix and the original by Naked, which I still haven't tried. I started mixing all these together but the recipe was still lacking in body and brightness.

FA Passion Fruit: I really love the flavor but it's sweeter than a real passion fruit, it's missing the zing of it. I like it strong, but you can take it down by 0.5% up to 1% if you need to.

FW Blood Orange: a great orange that compliments CAP Juicy Orange very well because it gives it more body and compensates the watery aspect of CAP JO. The combination of both is a really tasty orange juice.

CAP Grapefruit: brings the tang and tart, red flavor to the passion fruit, the guava and the orange that was missing for me in the all the Hawaiian POG recipes I've tried.

This recipe does well at higher wattages and in PODs alike. Don't be intimidated by the higher-ish level of flavorings in this recipe, most of them have a tendency to need mixed at higher percentages.

Representation matters in all aspects of life and in the vaping community. I hope those of you who will mix this will enjoy vaping this POG and have a thought about social justice, equal rights, love and what it's like to be different in the world we live in, as you vape it.

Mixin Vixens -- Raspberry Jam squares -

I was not overly pleased with the way the raspberry turned out. I am considering replacing the FW raspberry with something else. I will update this recipe when I get a few new raspberry flavorings in.

I was inspired by a polar seltzer water mango cherry bliss. I never thought of putting mango and cherry together, but it is amazing. If you like cooling agents just add it in.

This is a refreshing Pomegranate and Passion fruit sherbet. I took the cue from Wayne and used Cap Lemon Lime for the sherbet base and paired it with fw vanilla bean ice cream because it is a nice and light yet sweet ice cream. Its not too buttery so it translates to sherbets very easily. I used a touch of pink guava for a bit more tart citrus since it tastes more like grapefruit to me. Then I sweetened and thickened up the mix by adding a bit of cap vanilla cupcake. I have mixed this up with .75% polar blast and it is nice but if you don't want to steep this (you don't have to at all) then I would suggest using .5% fa polar blast or use your preferred cooling agent.

The Combo of TPA Papaya, FLV Mango and FA Passionfruit create the tropical mix
The Cream base used here with TFA Vanilla bean ice cream and HS Ice Cream make for a nice creamy flavorful vape
Feel free to use a different vbic if you get pepper, my 2nd choice was LB Vanilla ice cream (But lately, I use that in everything)

This is pretty tasty off the shake but gets real nice after about a week.

Thanks for the look.. If you choose to mix this, any feedback is always very much appreciated

After vaping this I am lost for words.. First time mixing with Passion Fruit, I just wanted to create a light tropical pudding and I think I nailed it or pretty damn close..

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This is a fresh, bright fruit recipe. A lovely offset to the heavier bakery or custard recipes that are often on our rotation.
It's a light tropical taste.

I leave this to steep for 24hr, but it will change in the first three days as any fruits do.
See below on my notes about the Passionfruit and Raspberry fading in time.

TPA Blue Raspberry is actually Frandy Flavours Raspberry (a tart, bright, sweet berry)

FA Passionfruit & FRA Raspberry
These are the stars of the show here. They dance together beautifully.
They both will fade unfortunately - so turn them up by 1% if you intend for the recipe to steep for more than 5 days.

INW Cactus
Simply to offset the dryness/powdery note that the Passionfruit has.

FA Lemon Sicily
This is a nice sweet lemon, used here as an accent to complement the tartness of the other fruit.

TPA Strawberry Ripe
You won't taste the strawberry much in this recipe. It's used for body and sweetness.

image from https://www.halfbakedharvest.com/meyer-lemon-poppy-seed-morning-buns-with-blueberry-passionfruit-glaze/

After smelling TPA Pomegranate I knew it was a key part of the original Bombies recipe. This is my first attempt at recreating this recipie, and i'm very happy how it came out. While not really accurate, it's quite delicious.

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This has been my fruit ADV for the better part of the year so I've been refraining from sharing it until it was just right. I've put it through 9-10 iterations and this is where I'm at but this isn't even its final form. Originally, I wanted the profile to be a very sweet-guava laden candy. As a candy, it was delicious but I found that at the percentages required to get there, about 1 in 5 people (myself included) would get a bit of a soapy note, so in an effort to eliminate that it has become a fruity, tropical drink.

CAP Sweet Guava: This is the star of the show, love me or hate me for using such an easy fruit as the main profile, Sweet Guava is sweet, tart, and fairly complex as far as a fruit flavor goes. An interesting fruit that not too many people in the states have even eaten, it keeps me and many others coming back again and again for more.

INW Pineapple: This is hands down the best pineapple in 9/10 scenarios in my opinion. It's very fresh, and ripe tasting but does not border on rotten tasting as many ripe fruit flavorings do. Very authentic and far from a syrup, at 1.5% works very well and accentuates further the sweet/tangy thing that the guava has going on.

TFA Key Lime: A very solid lime flavor, adds a citrus note to really bring the tangyness of this juice to the forefront. Works well here but could be subbed for whatever lime you like. I personally find myself subbing this out occasionally for LA Banana Cream at 3% for a creamier, banana-laden vape (which is delicious). One of my all-time favorite versions of graffiti though, is using FLV Mango here instead of the lime at 2% for a sweeter, in your face, tropical punch.

FA Passion: Adds more depth and texture to the vape. Passion at this percentage doesn't carry much but its texture, if you turn it up to 1% you get a bit of a peach type note in the flavor but I like it where its at. If you take this up to 1.5% you get the candy ish flavor I mentioned in the intro, but the soapiness starts to come through. Try it where its at, play around with the percent if you want to later.

INW Cactus: The juiciness booster that makes authentic fruit flavors just really pop and become addicting in my opinion. If you don't have cactus in your arsenal here, TFA Dragonfruit works well at 1.5% but you really should always have a bottle of cactus on hand.

Mix it up and let me know what you think! This is what I believe to be my best creation in a year and a half of mixing!

Update 4/25/18: Adding 1% of TFA Apricot takes this recipe to a whole new level!

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